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10 Suggestions for Combating Racism

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10 very useful suggestions that parents, educators, and all concerned citizens can utilize in dealing with racism.

From Race Talk and the Conspiracy of Silence by Dr. Derald Wing Sue. Learn more: http://bit.ly/1xZs1tm

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10 Suggestions for Combating Racism

  1. 1. The American Psychological Association has advocated 10 very useful suggestions that parents, educators, and all concerned citizens can utilize in dealing with racism. 10SUGGESTIONS FOR COMBATING RACISM
  2. 2. 1 Examine your own prejudices, stereotypes, and values; be willing to explore your own experiences of being hurt by prejudice; be open to hearing from people of color. BE HONEST
  3. 3. 2 Volunteer to work on projects with groups different from your own. It has been found that working alongside a person of color as an equal helps to destroy prejudices and stereotypes. BE A PARTNER
  4. 4. 3 Be active in introducing your children to interacting and learning from children of color, before prejudices become solidified. Raise your children to understand concepts such as prejudice, discrimination, and racism. BE AN ANTIRACIST PARENT
  5. 5. 4 Being vocal in opposing racist views and practices is very important for your son and daughter to witness. Let them see you interacting, laughing, talking, and enjoying relationships with persons of color. BE A ROLE MODEL
  6. 6. 5 Reach out, support victims of discrimination; be willing to join them in advocating for fair treatment. Speak out when you see racial discrimination. BE AN ALLY
  7. 7. 6 When you see racial injustice, speak out and object. Be willing to challenge your family, friends, and neighbors when they make racial jokes or slurs or act in ways that indicate bias. Serve on groups and committees that have a multicultural agenda. BE AN ACTIVIST
  8. 8. 7 Join groups and organizations that stand for equality of opportunity, social justice, antidiscrimination, and antiracism. BE A MEMBER
  9. 9. 8 As a coworker, parent, neighbor or teacher, you can teach others to value diversity and multiculturalism. The Southern Poverty Law Center, for example, can give you examples of what ordinary citizens can do to combat hatred and bigotry. (Their Teaching Tolerance magazine and website offer many practical ideas and other resources.) BE A TEACHER
  10. 10. 9 Educate yourself and others on an ongoing basis, reading books, seeing movies, and going to hear minority speakers to enlighten, educate, and free us from our bigotry. BE A STUDENT
  11. 11. 10 Do not be ashamed of your cultural heritage. Do recognize both positive and negative aspects of your groups; know your strengths and limitations. Take an active part in defining your Whiteness in a nonracist manner and live by these newly found tenets. BE SECURE
  12. 12. Following these guidelines will enlighten and increase awareness and comfort in talking about race issues by educators, parents, and their students and children.
  13. 13. To learn more about combatting racism in the classroom, at work, and at home, explore Dr.Wing Sue’s book Race Talk and the Conspiracy of Silence.
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10 very useful suggestions that parents, educators, and all concerned citizens can utilize in dealing with racism. From Race Talk and the Conspiracy of Silence by Dr. Derald Wing Sue. Learn more: http://bit.ly/1xZs1tm

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