This book is the perfect book for the educator that is looking to bring discussions of racism into their classroom. Organized by topical sections, this selection of essays by real educators can answer questions, give tips, and provide insight on how race is perceived in the student experience.
A key theme of the book is respecting the student experience and how to integrate the perceptions of your students in the classroom. There is also a handful of essays talking about some small things, such as posters, that can have an impact on the racial aspect of peoples identities.
For any teacher that is looking to get real about race in school, Everyday Anti-Racism is the book for you. Although just reading it is not enough. It is a guidebook to the anti-racist educator to take meaningful steps toward combating discrimination in the classroom.