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Racial Equity in Global Education: 23 Resources

Equity vs. Equality:

Before we dive into this list of articles and resources to support racial equity in global education, let us define a key term. What is the difference between EQUITY and EQUALITY?

Equality is when everyone gets the exact same thing. This doesn’t always make sense, because in reality, we all need different things.

Equity is when everyone gets what they NEED. This is a much more useful goal, because each person has different backgrounds, resources, and desires. “Racial equity,” therefore, refers to confronting systemic racism so every human gets what they need.

Racial equity articles
Growing by reading about racial equity in global ed.

Diversity and Inclusion Articles

With that in mind, here is a round-up of 23 articles from Teaching Traveling designed to support a globally-minded pursuit of racial equity. These posts focus on inclusiveness global education. Of course, there are countless other resources and realms around racial equity, so this list is just a starting point. (More resources are listed at the end.)

The first set of resources here hits on concepts: WHY diversity is important, how language shapes our world, and ideas on ways to structure programs for inclusiveness. These posts can be used for self-study, or with a group or class for discussion and instruction.

The second set of articles in this list features interviews with inspiring travelers of color about their tips and experiences navigating the global landscape, as drivers of racial equity around the world. Hope these are useful for you!

Racial Equity Articles

These 25 resources help explore why inclusiveness is so important, ways to work towards it, and stories of movers and shakers who walk the walk.

More Racial Equity Resources

There are so many other articles and supports for the journey to racial equity and inclusiveness in schools and in global education. Here are a few:

What Are Your Reflections?

Looking at these articles, what stands out to you? Are there other resources for championing racial equity that should be added? Do share!

This photo was taken during a visit to the Cambodian Genocide memorial and museum. The gentleman (Bou Meng) in the photo is the Cambodian genocide survivor that Stephanie was able to meet with. She purchased his book to use in her class.
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