Understand the history, context, and impacts of race, racial identity, and White Supremacy Culture in order to foster antiracism and equity in your work environment.
This course satisfies the following SACC training requirements in NY State:
(1) Principles of Childhood Development
(3) Child Day Care Program Development
To see if it meets other State training requirements, please reference this page.
This course aligns with the National Afterschool Association (NAA) Competencies:
A. Stays informed about equity and antiracism.
B. Recognizes and values each person’s racial and ethnic identity, avoids a “colorblind” lens.
C. Understands sexual orientation, gender identity, and expression (SOGIE) and related pronouns for children, youth, families, staff, and partners.
D. Recognizes the intergenerational trauma experienced by children, youth, families, and staff of marginalized and excluded identities and builds an understanding of how to support healing, resilience, and growth during and after trauma.
E. Understands the concept of intersectionality and how multiple identities interact and guide learning and development.
F. Recognizes not only the trauma and oppression but also the joy and hope of historically excluded people and communities.