Browsing All posts tagged under »Social Justice«

Are You Involved? The Time Is NOW

July 24, 2020


Let's make the community a place where all members can thrive.

Antiracist Allies Appearing

May 28, 2020


If you are white, I beg of you: make a commitment to Antiracism.

Learning How To Die

May 13, 2020


I think about death a lot, but as an atheist, a teacher, and a researcher, thinking about, learning about, and writing about the subject consumes part of nearly every day.

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."

Talking Circle: How To Be An Antiracist

February 18, 2020


Today at 6 p.m., I will wait in the upstairs of the Adrian District Library to meet the readers who have come to talk about How To Be An Antiracist by Ibram X. Kendi. This will be my 3rd attempt to talk with others about this important book. So far, not one person, local or […]

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]?”

March: Graphic Memoir by John Lewis

February 10, 2020


This is the perfect series to read in 2020, a Census year and a Presidential Election year.

Black Lives Matter. Join NAACP!

February 6, 2020


I joined my local chapter last fall, and I am glad to be a part of this historic and important antiracist organization. Please join us.

Maple-Flavored Misogyny

January 27, 2020


Never again define 'feminism' as 'gender equality'.