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BIPOC Classroom Resources
Looking to diversify your lessons? Chanel Rolle and the THE DIVERSITY, EQUITY, AND ANTI-RACISM (DEA) CHAMBER ENSEMBLE has created ready to use lessons! Lessons include: Presentations and resources about BIPOC Composers
The DEA has also provided resources for finding music composed by BIPOC and LGBTQ+ composers! Find the resources and catalogues below.
Have Questions or want to know more? Email Chanel: email@example.com
#BlackMusicMatters: Hip-Hop & Social Justice in Canada is a listening- and inquiry-based resource designed for teachers with students in grades 7-12. It is intended to be used by educators of various disciplines who wish to explore Black culture, history, and creation, specifically through the lens of hip-hop music. The aim of #BlackMusicMatters is to introduce students to Canadian hip-hop artists and their music, while engaging them in critical inquiry of a variety of social justice themes.
Throughout February 2022, four lessons will be released that explore different hip-hop songs by different Canadian hip-hop artists. These lessons will be released weekly on Tuesdays starting February 1.