Racism in the Classroom. By Latoria Doss 10-31-07. Introduction.
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By Latoria Doss
Racism, No Way!
Prejudice, no way
This is found on a free, non-profit website to help teachers. There is a link at the bottom of this article if you want to look at the website.
Combating racism in the classroom is not going to be easy. It will be much easier if students start learning in Kindergarten that everyone is valued; and one person is not superior to another because of his or her race. I thought my website five, prejudice no way, was the most helpful. It had some wonderful ideas. I want to encourage everyone to take a good look at that website.
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