Why is it important for me to stand up for others and myself?
What does it mean to be unfair? In class? In school? At home? In my community? In the world?
How have people been treated unfairly in the past?
If a person is in charge, does that mean they can do anything?
Why is history important? Does it affect how people live today?
How can I describe ways people are different from me?
Is it better to do a project with people who are different from each other or with people who are more alike?
How does a teacher grow as an Anti-Racist Educator who is self-aware, allied, active, and advocating.
How do different people or groups of people represent and express their power?
What does a just use of power look like?
What basic freedoms are required by a just society?
When might one person's freedom violate another's?
What makes us who we are?
How are our identities today shaped by society?
Do the ways we present our identities change depending on where we are or the people we are with?
What does it feel like to be belittled or criticized because of your identity?
Why might people not feel safe to express all their identities?
How has power and justice shaped the government now in days compared to how the government was shaped a century ago?
How does power determine access and opportunity?
How can you reduce the stress within your body that isn't yours and that doesn't serve you?