Chapter 13 - Space
Space Racism: A powerful collection of racist policies that lead to resource inequity between racialized spaces or the elimination of certain racialized spaces, which are substantiated by racist ideas about racialized spaces.
Space Antiracism: A powerful collection of antiracist policies that lead to racial equity between integrated and protected racialized spaces, which are substantiated by antiracist ideas about racialized spaces.
To be antiracist is to recognize there is no such thing as the "real world," only real worlds, multiple worldviews.
"Resources define a space, resources the conjoined twins divvy up. People make spaces from resources. Comparing spaces across race-classes is like matching fighters of different weight classes, which fighting sports consider unfair." Pg. 172.
Use pages 173-178 to teach how the US Supreme Court has compounded racism within the US.
To be antiracist is to support the voluntary integration of bodies attracted by cultural difference, a shared humanity.
To be antiracist is to champion resource equity by challenging the racist policies that produce resource inequity.
To be antiracist is to equate and nurture difference among racial groups.
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Mr. Dylan Wince