Understanding and Finding Our Way – Decolonizing Canadian EducationAll Canadians are responsible for reconciliation. Teachers have a unique opportunity to contribute by advocating for change to eliminate inequity and racism. Understanding and Finding Our Way – Decolonizing Canadian Education is a powerful film that exposes education inequities within public education in Canada. It challenges viewers to help decolonize education so that all students can succeed.
The film was produced by Dr. Verna St. Denis, an internationally renowned scholar in anti-racist education. It was directed by award-winning filmmaker Alison Duke following appropriate protocols and under the guidance of Elder Mary Lee. The 32-minute film is divided into three parts.
The first issue of Red Rising Education; includes poems, essays, stories, and art, curated for the Red Rising education units; Identity, Community, Land and Water, and Resistance. Includes units 1 and 2 with lesson plans.