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Culturally Responsive Practice Resources

The VALRC is currently curating resources for the Culturally Responsive Practice section of our website. Here is a taste of what you will find. If you have a suggestion or a tool that you have found useful in your practice, please share with us by sending an email to vdesk@vcu.edu.

Resources for Educators

Resources for Students

Organizations to Follow

  • ADL: Anti-bias resources for educators, parents, and families
  • EduColor: A place where the voices of public school advocates of color on educational equity and justice are elevated
  • Project Lit Community: Literacy movement empowering students, teachers, readers, and leaders to bring diverse perspectives into literature in schools
  • Teaching Tolerance: Free resources for schools and educators to help educate children and youth to be active participants in a diverse democracy

Aggregate Sites


Other categories include videos, podcasts, webinars, courses, curricula, articles, websites, books on abolitionist teaching, historical books on the Black experience in America, and resources for parents. While some of these resources may be geared towards K-12, many of the strategies and ideas presented can be applied to adult education.