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How Audre Lorde taught me to love myself and my community
Being a Black educator doesn’t mean you aren’t teaching anti-Blackness
“Who taught you to love yourself?”: How political education moved me to leave academia
Exposing children to examples of protest plants the seeds for them to fight for justice
Being a Black teacher is not enough for Black children
Cop who killed Terence Crutcher teaching class on “Surviving the Aftermath” to Tulsa officers
What I learned about the work it takes to protect children from anti-Blackness from being homeschooled
American history classes are actually worsening kids’ understanding of America
Harvard announces Gullah language course as part of its African Language Program
Reading Rainbow Kickstarter Campaign is a Success
Match Education offers Fellowship to black, Latino post-grads
Teaching our kids financial literacy: a lesson from Warren Buffett
Maybe Black men protect white women because we see ourselves in them
I have a genital preference for sex partners, and that’s okay
Why I no longer police my Black son’s behavior to make the world more comfortable
Prison abolition is more than a lofty theoretical. It’s also unpretty, everyday practices of resisting state policing
White Millennials can’t use generational politics to negate their privilege and racism
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