So you have a book or an excerpt of text that you plan to share with your students and there is a racial slur. Maybe you are reading Huckleberry Finn, to kill a mockingbird, or another document which uses racial slurs. What do you do? Let’s talk about it. In this episode, I’m going to share with you 5 tips on how to address reading assignments that have a racial slur in the text.
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