Multicultural and Anti-bias Curriculum

  • Brooklyn Friends School, Brooklyn, NY. Multicultural and anti-racist curriculum.
  • Columbia Teachers College, New York, NY. Multiple perspectives on Westward expansion.
  • Math for America, New York, NY. Culturally relevant pedagogy for math teachers.
  • Museum of the City of New York, New York, NY. Industrialization.
  • New Explorations in Science, Technology, and Math (NEST+m), New York, NY. Talking to kids about race and multiculturalism.
  • Palisades Park Jr./Sr. High School, Palisades Park, NJ. Tools for diversified instruction.
  • The Packer Collegiate Institute, Brooklyn, NY. Anti-bias curriculum: Why do it? What would it look like?

Talking About Race and Racism

  • Anti-racist Alliance, New York, NY. Cross-disciplinary Alliances in Anti-Racist Work: Lessons from a Social Studies Class.
  • Border Crossers, New York, NY. Talking to K-5 students about race.
  • Columbia Teachers College, New York, NY. Talking the Talk; Walking the Walk. Race, Privilege and Education: Workshops for Critical Reflection.
  • Columbia Teachers College, New York, NY. Talking Race in a Cross-Cultural Context.
  • Fordham University Graduate School of Social Service, New York, NY. Talking about oppression with students, colleagues, and clients.
  • KIPP Schools, New York, NY. Talking About Race and Racism in Schools: Addressing Microagressions in the Classroom. 
  • Marlboro College, Marlboro, VT. Talking Race in the Classroom.
  • New York State Association of Independent Schools Diversity Conference, New York, NY. Neighbors, Friends, and Allies.
  • Pennington School, Mt. Vernon, NY. What does Race Have to Do With It? 
  • St. Peter's Prep, Jersey City, NJ. Talking race at St. Peter's Prep.
  • The Chapin School, New York, NY. How do we talk about race at Chapin?
  • The New School, Lang College, NY. Talking Race in the College Classroom.
  • University of Iowa, Iowa City, IA. Confronting Prejudice in the Classroom.