- Year 9 - 10
- Health and Physical Education
- Mental Health
- Physical Health
- Social Action
These lessons break down the reasons why people display racist behaviours and attitudes, and how we can better understand and respond to one another to prevent the ongoing damaging effects of racism.
These Health & Physical Education lessons for Years 9 and 10 include interviews with professional Australian soccer players, Kyah Simon, Andrew Redmayne and Nikolai Topor-Stanley.
Continuing incidents of racism on the playing field and from spectators have put sports and athletes at the heart of conversations about racism. Because sport is so popular with young people, it is the ideal platform for talking about racism and its impacts.
This project was created in partnership with Reflect Forward. Reflect Forward is a joint movement between racism education company, One Love Australia and the Australian sports industry. It’s about starting an ongoing conversation about racism in sport and working towards eliminating it at all levels throughout Australia.
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