The Anti-Racist Pedagogy Project


The Anti-Racist Pedagogy Project is a public database of anti-racist, and social justice-centred educational materials by faculty, staff, students, and community activists;  housed at the Centre for Teaching & Learning landing page at Concordia University Check it out!


This project showcases how educators and activists are responding to Covid19 and the ongoing crisis of systemic racism. Each video historicizes and offers proactive techniques for combatting systemic oppression, racism, and other injustices within and beyond the classroom. Along with a guided resource link list to direct the audience to learn and participate further, offline.

The platform is interactive. All of our speakers can be requested for live Q&As and lectures. We recruit student interns and research assistants that are interested in social justice work. 

Check out how Montreal activists, educators, and students are responding to Covid19 and systemic racism!

This is a collaborative project between The Decolonial Hub and Simone de Beauvoir Institute at Concordia University - Supervised by Dr. Kimberley Manning

Team Members

Simone Lucas l Barbara Saldana l Sandra Mouafo l Muhammad Nour-Elkhairy