IN THE MEDIA: The crisis of anti-Black racism in schools persists across generations

Recent reports of Black students in Ontario reveal an ongoing pattern of racism including a lack of adequate reading materials. Wadi Lissa /Unsplash

"School boards need to value and draw upon the cultural and intellectual capital of Black students. To do so, they need to encourage the university aspirations of Black students, address racism experienced by students, and use educational materials that enable a relevant and responsive learning environment," says Professor and current Jean Augustine Chair in Education, Community and Diaspora Carl James.

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