Catholic educators urged to talk about, ‘grapple with’ racism in the Church
WASHINGTON (CNS) — When Catholic educators met virtually this year at their annual conference, they took a close look at racism and how teachers should talk about its existence and work to promote an anti-racist environment in their schools.
“The challenges are already there; talking about them doesn’t make them appear,” said a presenter in an April 7 workshop on schools’ anti-racism efforts. Other workshops highlighted culturally responsive classrooms or diversity and inclusion.
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