Raising the Revolution believes that parents can help their children to analyze, navigate, and challenge oppressive conditions in our society.
Books and stories can help children build critical consciousness while affirming a strong self-concept and reader identity.
Students can begin to develop critical consciousness when we help them to learning important habits:
#1. Teach the language of inequality.
#2. Create space to interrogate racism.
#3. Teach students how to take action.
Critical consciousness: A key to student achievement
Aaliyah El-Amin, Scott Seider, Daren Graves, Jalene Tamerat, Shelby Clark, Madora Soutter, Jamie Johannsen, and Saira Malhotra