Teaching Guides

Colin in Black and White: The Kaepernick Curriculum

Teaching Guide. Presented by Ra Vision Media & Know Your Rights Camp. 2022. 85 pages.
In conjunction with the Netflix series of the same name, this teaching guide provides students with resources and activities to understand and address systemic and institutional racism.
Time Periods: 20th Century, 21st Century, 2001 - Present
Themes: African American, Civil Rights Movements, Racism & Racial Identity, Sports

Colin in Black and White: The Kaepernick Curriculum is an 85-page online curriculum with resources and activities aligned with the film of the same name. Colin in Black and White, a 6-part Netflix documentary series made Kaepernick and Ava DuVernay, tells the story of his Kaepernick in his teenage years.

As described on the curriculum, participants:
  • Explore the themes of race, identity, social construction, coded language, equity and power
  • Take action to change themselves, institutions and systems based on their learnings

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