Now is the time to lean into the discomfort of talking about race. On this episode, we acknowledge our identities as a Black American and a white Canadian to discuss what it means to be anti-racist as both a human and an educator.

Significant Quotes:

It’s so much more important now that humans get together with humans.

Amber Cook
3:21

This isn’t a them problem. It’s an us problem. It’s a me problem.

Natalie Vardabasso
10:25

Non-racist is a cop out. Non-racist is still racist.

Amber Cook
14:00

At the end of the day I can’t dismantle racism by myself as a black person, I need white people to stand with me and do that work.

Amber Cook
19:27

It takes a teacher in a kids face to teach them what they’ve never known to be true.

Amber Cook
38:00
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