Looking for tools and materials to teach about race?
CCSRE provides a resource for educators and facilitators who want to develop students' or coworkers' racial literacy. RaceWorks includes: 1) a series of short videos with Stanford scholars from various disciplines that explores how people "do race" and ways to "undo racism" and 2) an accompanying digital toolkit with discussion questions and activities that complement the videos. Developed in collaboration with SPARQ, the goal was to create an open access, modular resource that educators, professionals, and facilitators can use to enhance their teaching and conversations about race.
Filmmaker Pratibha Parmar, of Kali Films, has an exemplary track record for her passionate commitment to making films with integrity and illuminating untold stories with visual flair and imagination. Her award-winning work has been widely exhibited at international film festivals and broadcast globally. Parmar’s dedication in bringing complex subjects into mainstream media has helped change the contours of popular discourse on race, feminism, sexuality and creativity.
Stanford Video's award-winning staff combines talent and know-how with a thorough knowledge of Stanford systems and technologies to produce educational videos, live webcasts, and, among other services, facilitate project development.
Special thanks to Past-Provost John Etchemendy for supporting the project.
RaceWorks was put together by an interdisciplinary team of race scholars headed by MarYam Hamedani, former Associate Director of CCSRE and current Managing Director at SPARQ. Other team members included Hazel Markus, co-director of SPARQ, Paula Moya, Faculty Director of CCSRE, Jennifer Brody, former Faculty Director of CCSRE, and Daniel Murray, former Executive Director of CCSRE.