Anti-Racist Pedagogy Project

The Anti-Racist Pedagogy Project aims to increase awareness and implementation of anti-racist pedagogical practice at BMCC by offering faculty opportunities to explore race, racism, racial identity, anti-racism, and anti-racist pedagogy. In Spring and Fall 2022, our faculty fellows led a series of workshops on topics including racial identity, the legacy of bell hooks, critical race theory, and microaggresssions. Fellows were also available for one-on-one or group coaching and departmental visits.

During the week of June 13-17 2022, we offered an intensive workshop in which participants learn anti-racist teaching strategies and  redesign their course curriculum and syllabi to include anti-racist pedagogy.

Faculty Fellows

Kirsten Cole
Teacher Education
phone: 212-220-1289

Shawn Grant
Business Management
Angela Polite
Speech, Communications, & Theater Arts


BMCC’s Anti-Racist Pedagogy Project was made possible through the generous support of the President’s Fund for Excellence and Innovation. For information about additional programming, email The Anti-Racist Pedagogy Project.

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