BCcampus has released a new open educational resource that will help its users lead conversations about anti-racism through book clubs. Book Club Facilitation Guide: How to Be an Antiracist, developed by Royal Roads University faculty member Olaolu Adeleye, facilitates discussion around a variety of themes, including self and schemas, society and systems, schools and syllabus, and solidarity and success. The guide will provide postsecondary educators with a way to start discussions and consider how their course material and approaches impact the learners in their classes. “The guide will help educators shift to a place of reflection: moving from rebuttal and debate to understanding and appreciation,” said Adeleye. “The intention isn’t about getting it right; rather, it’s about catalyzing further conversation and personal reflection.” BCcampus Note: Archived stories may contain dead links or be missing source links.