Antiracist Resources For Educators.

Here is a list of helpful resources to get you started.

POV: White settler Educator located on the traditional territory of the T'Sou-ke Nation known colonially as Sooke, British Columbia.

Hello Educators!

Although I’ve been a teacher for over 15 years, it is only truly in the last two school years that I have paid close attention to bringing anti-racism into the classroom. Prior to joining MAR, I thought I knew what racism was, and I was certain that I wasn’t causing harm or condoning racism in my classroom and in my school. I now realize that there is no middle ground; if you aren’t actively doing the work to be anti-racist, to decolonize your classroom, then you are part of the systemic racism that BIPOC students face daily.

As part of my learning and unlearning, I have been exploring and searching for resources that teachers can use. Here is a list, to get you started, of things I’ve found helpful. I realize this list isn’t exhaustive, so if you have a suggestion for a great resource for anti-racist educators, please let me know and I will add it in! Thanks!

In solidarity,

Moms Against Racism Education Advocacy Team


TED talks:



Films and Documentaries:

Reading Lists:


  • Decolonizing Education-Nourishing the Learning Spirit - Marie Battiste

  • This Book is Anti-Racist - Tiffany Jewell

  • Speaking our Truth: A Journey of Reconciliation - Monique Gray Smith

  • Anti Racism in Canada - David Este, Liza Lorenzetti and Christa

  • Me and White Supremacy (2019) - Layla F. Saad

  • How to Be an Anti-Racist (2019) – Ibram X. Kendi

  • White Fragility (2018) - Robin DiAngelo

  • Black Appetite. White Food. Issues of Race, Voice, and Justice Within and Beyond the Classroom (2019) - Jamila Lyiscott

  • Until we are Free: Reflections on Black Lives Matter in Canada (2020) – Diverlus, Hudson, Marcus (eds.)

  • I'm Still Here: Black Dignity in a World Made for Whiteness (2018) - Austin Channing Brown

  • So You Want to Talk About Race (2019) - Ijeoma Oluo