Week 10


We’ve covered many different aspects of racial literacy. Let’s take a moment to review and think about how our work supporting social justice and children’s positive racial identity development can continue in the future.


Looking Back on the Journey

With a small group, work together to fill out the crossword puzzle below with key terms you have learned during during your racial journey. As fill it out, take a moment to review together what each term means why it’s important for your racial literacy.

My Racial Journey Crossword

Click here to fill it out online. Password: MRJ

How do you plan to develop skills learned during your racial journey?

We would love to collect responses to gauge what strategies people across the world are using to develop racial literacy. Click share to send your response to the My Racial Journey team.

Thank you for starting the journey

By finishing all 10 weeks, you have started on an important, lifelong journey to developing and practicing racial literacy. Please feel free to share this free resource with other groups that you think may benefit from MRJ.

My Racial Journey was developed at the University of Pittsburgh Office of Child Development and with the Office’s Positive Racial Identity Development in Early Education (P.R.I.D.E.) Program. This work was funded by a 2019 Open Education Resource Grant from the University of Pittsburgh’s Office of the Provost.

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