This book is a useful guide for teachers who want to make their classrooms more welcoming and inclusive for students from all backgrounds and offers lots of practical tips and ideas for teachers to use, no matter what kind of school they work in. Kendra Nalubega-Booker gives lots of examples and case studies to show how teachers can use these ideas in their own classrooms. Her style is easy to understand, and the tips and ideas are straightforward and practical. This is really a great resource for teachers who care about making their classrooms more inclusive.
I recently had the pleasure of reading Hacking Culturally Inclusive Teaching: 8 Anti-racist Lessons that Help Teachers and Leaders Improve Equity in Education, and I must say that I am thoroughly impressed with this insightful and thought-provoking book. What I appreciate most about this book is the author's emphasis on taking action and making meaningful change. It's not enough to simply acknowledge the importance of diversity and inclusion; we must actively work to dismantle systems of oppression and promote equality and justice for all.