Incorporating sound -- via podcasts, music, speeches and interviews -- can promote anti-racism in remote lessons by communicating respect for different varieties of English, accents and other languages, and helping students engage emotionally with the text, write English teachers Anne Mooney and Danah Hashem. Their recommendations included assigning students to listen to the "1619 Project" podcast, Maya Angelou reading her poetry and an interview with author Ibram X. Kendi.
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