Over the last year, the collaborative has worked together to learn. But, simultaneously, we wanted to create tools for others at CUNY SPH (and beyond) to learn from and use. After working together on our own syllabi, I (Spring Cooper) developed a presentation on how and why you might want to include antiracist principles into your pedagogy and reform your syllabus. I gave this presentation first to the CHASS faculty and then to the full faculty. Then, as we all worked to include more antiracist principles into our classrooms, I tried some new antiracist grading approaches. This summer I gave a presentation to the collaborative about this experience, which you can reference here.
Over the course of the past year we have also all worked together to create a syllabus template which pulls from the antiracist pedagogical principles and the social justice syllabus resources (available under the resource tab). You can use this as your own template, or you might just use it for ideas in reforming your own syllabus.