Being an Anti-Racist Educator

Every educator at Maryland Smith has a duty to do the work it takes to be an anti-racist educator. This collection of resources is an incomplete starting point for educators to begin this work. The Robert H. Smith Diversity and Inclusion Office webpage should be visited frequently for resources, events, and guidance. Additionally, #UMDsolidarity events can be found on the UMD Office of Diversity and Inclusion (ODI) site. Creating an inclusive and anti-racist classroom is difficult, unending work. However, you cannot become an excellent educator without doing the work. 

Learn from the Experts: Anti-Racist Teaching Series

Vol. 1 Where to Begin
Dr. Carlton Green
Transcript
Vol. 2 Anti-Racism in the Classroom
Dr. Carlton Green
Transcript
Vol. 3 Repair and Recovery
Dr. Carlton Green
Transcript

Educating Yourself

Getting Involved

In the Classroom

Experiential Learning

Incorporating diverse voices and ideas is a key component of anti-racist teaching. Look through the following aggregated resources from Smith and other business schools.

Interacting with Others