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BunnyBop wrote

As someone who would probably like to read this myself (even though I'm about a decade out of high school), I think illustrating points with excerpts from books would be helpful. It would help clarify and also give a resource for further reading when the student is ready for more than 101 analysis. Also, it could feature writers, like those that can be found online and elsewhere, whose work they could follow regularly so they can keep up with the conversations happening now.

I think having a zine of this nature in high schools would itself spark conversation, so reviewing talking points and questions that students who aren't familiar with anti-racism and decolonization would ask could be helpful.

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Anarcropolis wrote

Some school books have open-ended discussion questions at the end. Maybe look at those and make some similar questions about decolonization

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Pop wrote

I think illustrating points with excerpts from books would be helpful

I agree, just not sure which books

Also, it could feature writers, like those that can be found online and elsewhere, whose work they could follow regularly so they can keep up with the conversations happening now.

seems worthwhile

As someone who would probably like to read this myself

It will be made for my context, so it won't be possible to share as it will be used without doxxing myself