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The Anti-Racism Kit : A Guide for High School Students - Jinyoung Kim

The Anti-Racism Kit

A Guide for High School Students

By: Jinyoung Kim, Sabina Patawaran, Emma Ismawi (Illustrator)

Paperback | 31 January 2024 | Edition Number 1

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Anti-Racism Kit is the essential, comprehensive first guide to dismantling racism, created especially for Australian high school students.

Written by two bright young Australian thinkers, the Anti-Racism Kit is a liberating, eye-opening exploration of anti-racism and racial justice centring on the lives and experiences of young adults. Covering three actionable, tangible areas for change – Self, School and Society – this guide breaks down key steps in learning about and practising anti-racism, including understanding important concepts such as privilege and internalised racism and learning to speak up effectively and safely in challenging situations. Packed with first-person experiences and interviews, the Anti-Racism Kit explores what it means to rise above as a young person of colour in Australia today, and how to be a force for change.

About the Authors

In 2020, while they were both in Year 12, Jinyoung Kim and Sabina Patawaran co-founded the Anti-Racism Kit, Australia's first anti-racism resource for high school students.

Sabina Patawaran is an undergraduate at the University of Sydney undertaking the Advanced Economics Program and majoring in international relations. Her involvement within the anti-racism space during high school - including co-founding the Anti-Racism Kit with Jinyoung Kim - and researching emerging technology governance during her policy fellowship at Global Voices have shaped her passion about intersectional and interdisciplinary approaches to social issues. Previously, her writing was featured by the Malala Fund.

Jinyoung Kim is an undergraduate at Stanford University majoring in mathematics. Recently a research assistant at the Stanford AI lab, he is interested in philosophy, data science, AI and their intersection with social impact. Jinyoung started his anti-racism activism during high school in Sydney, including starting the Anti-Racism Kit with Sabina Patawaran and co-establishing a bursary for First Nations high school students.

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