Acknowledging Difference and Disrupting Systemic Oppression is Inclusive, Not Divisive

Acknowledging Difference and Disrupting Systemic Oppression is Inclusive, Not Divisive
August 2021
Erin K. Sanborn, Robin G. Jackson, Kathleen King Thorius, & Seena M. Skelton

There is currently a national debate surrounding what can and cannot be taught in K-12 public schools. In this Equity Dispatch we remember that centering equity and being able to recognize, name, and address the history of systemic racism and oppression in the United States is inclusive, not divisive.

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