Embedding Antiracism Into Your Everyday Practice

Participants in this Summer Institute will consider how to prioritize antiracist pedagogies in any level classrooms across all subject areas. We will explore how teachers can examine questions of equity with learners using interdisciplinary pedagogies that are practical, innovative, engaging, and empowering. As a learning community, we will co-create units grounded in social justice and antiracist inquiry questions. Throughout the institute, we will hear from guest speakers who will challenge us to think critically, conscientiously, and compassionately as we help all learners to do the same.

Dates:  July 11 - 15, 2022      

Term:  Summer 3          

Course Number:  EDUC 588.50B     


Title that appears during registration:  Topics:Antiracist Ed PK-12 Pt1     

Online: Synchronous, 9 a.m. to Noon and 1:00 to 4:00 p.m. EST

NOTE: This course is the equivalent of Antiracist Education PK-6 and Antiracist Education 7-12 (offered in the summer of 2021). Students who have taken either of these courses in 2021 and are interested in learning more, can consider taking EDFN 586 Antiracism in Education: Part 2

Institute Directors

Dr. Jennifer Burke

Dr. Sarah Jackson


Antiracist Education Flyer


Dr. Nakeiha Primus

Dr. Bettina Love

Dr. Amber Sessoms


  • Additional Information

    Credits: All participants will receive 3 graduate credits for the summer institute 

    Tuition/Fees: Institutes are unique 3 credit graduate courses that highlight renowned experts in the field. On campus institutes include breakfast and lunch each day, as well as handouts and materials. Books may be required for certain courses; please check with the university bookstore. Millersville University graduate tuition and fees can be found on the Office of Student Accounts page. In addition, a $100 institute fee is required.

    Note: If you have not taken a graduate-level course or workshop at Millersville University within the past 5 years, you must complete the online non-degree admission form; this information is necessary to admit you to the university.