What does an anti-racist classroom look like?
This workshop was an open invitation to imagine what an anti-racist classroom might look like. Together we will explore possibilities for and methods for embedding values of art, learning, and anti-racism in the classroom. We will consider approaches to the physical environments we learn in, the curriculums we are taught, and emerging and alternative pedagogies that promote equity and justice.
“The classroom, with all its limitations, remains a location of possibility. In that field of possibility we have the opportunity to labour for freedom…to transgress.”
This workshop is part of a series that APR members Ali Eisa and JJ Chan will be developing in collaboration with Goldsmiths CCA and local schools, to promote practices of anti-racist education.