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Resources for Supporting Anti-racist Education

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BrainPOP create fantastic, interactive resources which encourage learners to critically engage with important issues - perfect for home learning or use in the classroom.

These anti-racism resources are designed to help you engage in the difficult but essential conversations around racial identity and skin colour. When we acknowledge identity—and encourage kids to take pride in their diversity and respect the diversity of others—we empower them to stand up to racial injustice. Talking about these issues with children also allows us to open the door to how they can disrupt inequality and combat systemic racism.


Launched in 2020, the BrainPOP blog aims to inform, inspire, and entertain a growing community of caregivers and educators aligned on one goal: providing children with the tools and skills needed to thrive in tomorrow’s world.

Resource contents

  • Link

    Free Resources for Supporting Antiracist Education

  • Video

    Black Lives Matter Protests: Interactive video and activities


Equality, Social Justice

Age Ranges

KS3: ages 11-14, KS4: ages 14-16, KS5: ages 16+


Politics, PSHE / PSE / PSED

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