Raise your awareness of racism, unintended biases, colorism, classism, prejudices, and more. Each month, we will explore a different topic.
- Historical Eurocentric Education
- Diasporic Education
- White Privilege
- Systemic Racism
- Cultural Celebrations
- Racial Pride/Black Dignity
The curriculum is divided into age-appropriate sections with a myriad of fun yet thought-provoking and engaging activities. At the end of each month, elementary students will engage in a virtual storytime. Middle school and high school students will engage in a webinar with the RaceEd founders as hosts, a subject matter expert, and a licensed counselor.
A new month, A new topic… Systemic Racism
Refers to the rules, practices and customs once rooted in law. These may have changed over time, resulting in a facade of “equality,” but the residual effects reverberate throughout entire societal systems. (Andra Gillespie)
Mark your calendars for the virtual conversations:
February 13 @ 11 AM – Story time, Grades K-5
February 22 – Virtual Discussions, Grades 6-12.
Age-appropriate registration is available on this website calendar.
For optimum engagement use the Vamonde App:
Kindergarten – Second Grade
Hmmm! Diasporic Education. My culture is important to me. What about you?
Third – Fifth Grade
Diasporic is a big word! Let’s look at what it means.
Sixth – Eighth Grade
If I do not see people in the history books that look like me, does that mean I am not seen? This month we look at the effect of Diasporic education.
Ninth – Twelfth Grade
Do you ever think about why achievements of people of color are minimized or overlooked in history? This month we explore the effect of Diasporic education.