The horrific death of George Floyd and the social unrest in the U.S. have raised awareness of race that has been too long left out of the mainstream conversations. I am explicitly thinking about how to incorporate an understanding of race (and culture and other identity characteristics) when we teach computer science (CS). I am just as guilty of not considering the issues of race in CS education in my everyday practice. I am in a position of privilege. I have not had to face the same life experiences that my students and colleagues have.
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