Critical multiculturalism

Critical multiculturalism seeks to acknowledge, question, and ultimately disrupt inequitable power structures that are embedded across society. It confronts race, class, gender, and other normative biases in order to improve educational, economic, and social outcomes for everyone, not just the dominant group.

Critical Multicultural Pavilion

A resource hub for all things related to multiculturalism, the Pavilion includes case studies, curriculums, workshops and trainings, and so much more.


Culturally Responsive Teaching

These seven characteristics for communicating and receiving information show the importance of culturally responsive teaching.

Brown University


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