Decolonizing Education. It brought you here today. It prompted you to wake up early on a Saturday when you have other commitments and obligations. It will prompt you to engage with other educators today on why and how we must shift the way we teach, think, and act with even our youngest babies. Decolonizing Education […]
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Since the election, we have worked with educators around the country to strategize how to negotiate their roles working with our kids during times when we are navigating a space that has both surfaced some deep historical surges of hate and violence and ignited some unprecedented uncertainty… when our country will be run by a […]
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Van Jones categorized it as a whitelash. Jay Smooth tells us hate won. For those of you who are writing on Facebook: “How could America do this? How could this happen?” #wakeup. This has been happening. Generations of “America’s racially antagonistic foundation, history, present, zeitgeist, and legacy” (Young, 2016) have brought us to this moment. […]
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