Anti-Oppression and Cultural Humility Resources

This library contains resources that examine how issues around gender, race, power, privilege, and social justice show up in the classroom and everyday life. Included here are teaching practices the Edible Schoolyard Berkeley uses to promote cultural humility in our pedagogy.

Resources

This list includes articles, books, blogs, websites and resource lists, videos, and activities that explore race, racism, and social justice issues. Compiled by the Edible Schoolyard Berkeley, this list is a cross-section of resources we have used as an organization...

Area: Garden, Kitchen, Academic Classroom, Support Organization
Type: Program Management
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Articles

1. Susan B. Goldberg and Cameron Levin, “Towards A Radical White Identity”
2. Keith Heggart, “Developing a Growth Mindset in Teachers and Staff”
3. Nicolas Kristof, “The Asian Advantage” in NYT:...

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Type: Program Management
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1. We model and encourage a belief that intelligence and abilities can grow
through effort.
This “growth mindset” contrasts with a “fixed mindset,” one in which students believe that qualities like intelligence and talent are...

Area: Garden
Type: Program Management
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Each of these questions is hand-written on a 3 by 5 index card and laminated. The cards are used at the table to encourage conversation and communication among the group.

Area: Kitchen
Type: Lessons
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In every class we start the small-group component with a check-in. This check-in serves to remind all students, teachers, and volunteers of each others’ names, and to give everyone an opportunity to speak and listen to one another. The check-in should be...

Area: Cooking Classrooms, Kitchen
Type: Lessons
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