Racial Justice and Art Educators
This survey is created by art educators for art educators and focuses on racial justice issues as art educators and during the backdrop of COVID-19 and virtual learning. Your responses will remain anonymous. The purpose of this survey is to facilitate mutual support among us.
Going back into your childhood, what is your earliest memory of racial difference?
Were you taught by diverse teachers as a K-12 student? Please describe.
Can you describe a moment where you were in conflict with a family member over an issue of race?
Can you identify a belief that you used to hold about race that you have since rejected?
Can you describe a moment when you felt challenged by racial difference in your teaching?
Can you describe a way that you have changed your teaching practice to better serve the needs of your black students?
How do you reconcile your identity as a white person to your role as a teacher of Black children? -OR- How do you reconcile your identity as a teacher of color in a predominately white profession?
Can you describe a moment where you were made aware of the privilege of whiteness, whether it was your own or of someone else?
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