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Developing an anti-racist music curriculum (FREE resource!)

GIA is proud to announce the publication of a new FREE resource for music educators, directors, and all who work to support music-making.

From Jasmine Fripp, “The Passionate Black Educator,” comes Hip Hop’s Daughter Raised in a Choral World: 10 Steps Toward an Anti-Racist Curriculum.”  This guide provides ten practical, actionable steps every educator can take to ensure an anti-racist music curriculum. Download it today for FREE, and make sure to share it with your friends and colleagues.

Hip-Hop’s Daughter Raised in a Choral World: 10 Steps Toward an Anti-Racist Music Curriculum

Jasmine Fripp

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Jasmine Fripp is the founder of The Passionate Black Educator (PBE), an organization that advocates for Black and Brown students by providing opportunities to learn and advance through music, fine arts, and education. PBE empowers current and future educators of all cultural backgrounds and career fields to create classroom environments where teaching is effective, all cultures are celebrated within the curriculum, and solidarity is mandatory. Jasmine also serves as Director of Choral Activities and General Music Instructor at KIPP Nashville Collegiate High School.

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