Browsing All posts tagged under »Education«

Citizen Freethinker

June 14, 2020


Freethinkers for Equality!

Love In the Time of COVID19

March 16, 2020


I hope that, rather than tone-policing my posts, my social media contacts will join me in the campaign to eradicate inaccurate information about health care on social media.

Adaku Onyeka-Crawford Making History

March 3, 2020


"I’ve dedicated my uplifting the voices and needs of Black girls and women...[because] Black women and girls have played crucial and central roles with many social justice movements in the United States."

Educators Against Academic Excellence? Part 3

February 27, 2020


The situation was heart-breaking; for me, it will always be so. 

Educators Against Academic Excellence? Part 2

February 26, 2020


I thought that administrators would enthusiastically embrace practices that could eliminate the need for in-school suspensions and keep students in classes. I was wrong.

Educators Against Academic Excellence?

February 25, 2020


Why would it be desirable to see a young person begin engaging in college scholarship but undesirable for a teacher to continue engaging in university-based scholarship throughout their career? 

My Wish List for the U.S. in 2020

February 20, 2020


As I look ahead to the 2020 Census and POTUS Election, I am thinking about the kind of community I want to live in and that I want for the youth and the coming generations.

Local Event Re: Sensible Gun Legislation

February 19, 2020


On an average day, 96 Americans are killed by guns, and 75 preschoolers are shot dead each year in the United States. There are 22,000 gun suicides each year in the United States. Although mass shootings have the highest public visibility by virtue of news coverage, self-inflicted gun violence is the most common cause of […]

First Thoughts…How To Be An Antiracist

February 13, 2020


“What have we learned from Ibram Kendi’s book?”

Questioning My Performance Piece

February 11, 2020


“How do you, as a White woman, feel about telling these stories [of BIPOC people]?”