Face up to Racism

...at school with these creative classroom resources linked to documentaries from the SBS Face Up To Racism season.

Face Up To Racism at School

Use this teachers resource to explore race and prejudice with your class.


Join forces with Jan Fran and talented slam poet Sukhjit Kaur to learn how to express yourself through the art of spoken word.
As part of SBS’s Face Up To Racism week, Yassmin Abdel-Magied looks at science that can detect how racism works in the brain, and may offer a way to defeat it. ...
The Face Up to Racism school resources were produced in partnership with the NSW Department of Education.
A week of programs exploring racism and prejudice starts 26 February on SBS.
The Cultural Atlas: An Educational Resource

The Cultural Atlas is an educational resource providing comprehensive cultural information on the countries that Australia’s biggest migrant populations have originated from. The aim is to improve social cohesion in Australia and promote inclusion in an increasingly culturally diverse society.

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