Learning about theories of Whiteness and anti-oppressive education is challenging but rewarding work, as it entirely alters one’s perspective of one’s self, one’s students, and the classroom. This gathering aims to bring about a self-awareness, through the exploration of these theories, that will set the groundwork for “Anti-oppressive Practice,” and will begin to prepare participants for an open-mindedness in their personal and professional lives.
- Race: The Power of an Illusion (Documentary) - Available at the U of S library and (sometimes) YouTube
- Student Teachers Anti-Racism Society Resource Blog: An expanding compilation of educational resources from the Student Teachers Anti-Racism Society
- Where are the Children - About Canada's Residential Schools
- Eighth Fire: Aboriginal Peoples, Canada and the Way Forward - CBC Television Series
- Community and Race Relations Committee of Peterborough: Anti-Racism Resource Centre
- UnFair Campaign - University of Minnesota-Duluth sponsored campaign that aims to increase awareness of white priviledge
- Beyond Whiteness - Videos, articles, books and information about white priviledge and racism
- EdChange: Building Equitable and Just Schools, Communities and Oragnizations through Transformative Action
- Colours of Resistance Archive - Collection of analysis and liberatory tools
- Ghosh, R. (2008). Racism: A Hidden Curriculum, Education Canada, 48(4), 26-29.
- Gilman, S. (1985). Difference and pathology: Stereotypes of sexuality, race and madness. London: Cornell University
- Larocque, E. (1991). Racism runs thorugh Canadian Society. In O. McKaque (Ed.), Racism in Canada (pp. 73-76). Saskatoon: Fifth House.
- Menzies, C. (2006). The challenge of First Nations History in a colonial world. Canadian Issues, (Fall), 44-46.
- Hall, S. (2001). Foucault: Power knowledge and discourse in M. Wetherell, S. Taylor & S.J. Yates (Eds), Discourse theory and practice: A reader (pp72-80). London: Thousand Oaks.
- King, J. (1991). Dysconscious Racism: ideology, identity, and the miseducation of teachers. The Journal of Negro Education, 60(2). 133-146
- Lerner, G. (1997). Why history matters: Life and thought. New York: Oxford University.
- Parker, C.L. (1987). The id, the ego, and equal protection: Reckoning with unconscious Racism. Stanford Law Review, 39(2), 317-188
- Singleton, G. & Linton, C. (2006). Courageous conversations about race: A field guide for achieving equity in schools. California: Corwin Press.