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Angie Powers
Proud Public Education Teacher, Mommy, Book Nerd, Equity Advocate, Wannabe Writer, Olathe NEA Leader, Fierce Ally, 2018 Kansas Teacher of the Year Team
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Angie Powers 58m
Just got off an information-packed conference call for RA delegates! There's some amazing things happening at this year's RA, including appearances by several presidential candidates. Check out for more details!
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Angie Powers 3h
I just finished We Got This! I love how he takes equity down to the classroom and student level. Can't wait to apply what I learned!
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Replying to @BrookeRobison1
I ALMOST bought this today!
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4 of 5 stars to The Miseducation of Cameron Post by Emily M. Danforth
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TransgenderLawCenter Jun 15
Devastated, once more. Rest in peace and power, Zoe. Sending so much love to our DC-Maryland community. Now more than ever, we must honor Pride with mourning and action.
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Angie Powers Jun 15
4 of 5 stars to We Got This. by Cornelius Minor
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Angie Powers Jun 15
Please keep Rowan in your thoughts during the !
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Linda Plumer Sieck Jun 14
“College, Career, and Culture Ready” should be our goal as educators.
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Equality Kansas Jun 14
. has proclaimed June as Pride Month. Thank you Governor Kelly for your support for Kansas' LGBTQ community!
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Angie Powers Jun 13
This is why community members need inclusionary policies and protections.
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Olathe NEA Jun 13
Part of treating educators professionally is paying them as professionals. and its local affiliates like fight for professional pay!
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Angie Powers Jun 12
We Were Eight Years in Power by Ta-Nehisi Coates is STILL rocking my world. I just keep sipping...
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Jahana Hayes Jun 12
Today we remember the 49 victims that died 3 years ago during the shooting in Orlando, the deadliest act of terror against the LGBTQ+ community.
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ACLU of Kansas Jun 11
We don’t want lip service—Olathe’s City Council had many examples of non-discrimination ordinances to follow in Kansas. Delaying tangible policy changes has always provided a hospitable environment for discrimination. Inaction is not just cowardice—it’s violence.
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Teaching Tolerance Jun 11
Robin DiAngelo, author of ‘White Fragility: Why It’s So Hard for White People to Talk About Racism’, sat down with TT to discuss why working against one’s own fragility is a necessary part of white anti-racist work—and why good intentions don’t matter.
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Angie Powers Jun 11
The last episode is...so hard.
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Teaching Tolerance Jun 10
In light of our new report on hate and bias incidents in schools across the U.S., it’s more important than ever to support educators, keep children safe and take action to prevent hate in our schools.
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Olathe NEA Jun 11
🙌 A HUGE shoutout to 🙌 members at Washington collected 🤑$393.35🤑 for the Scholarship! The staff celebrated the success of their all-school fundraiser with pizza and salad from .
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elexus jionde Jun 9
Even your decision to avoid politics and social issues is political
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Angie Powers Jun 9
That book is the real deal!
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