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Matthew Kay
Educator, Author of Not Light, but Fire, Columnist for Educational Leadership Magazine, Founder and Executive Director of the Philly Slam League.
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Matthew Kay 20m
Replying to @mstonij
Yup!
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Matthew Kay 23m
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I actually, legitimately want to know! I don’t even normally pay attention to these weirdos but...Whoa!
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Matthew Kay 29m
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Me 5 min ago: *looks around empty hotel room.* “but it’s... its... its... in the word!!” 😂😂😂😭😭
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Matthew Kay 38m
...has nothing to do... with race. 😂😂😂😂😂😂😂
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Matthew Kay 3h
Appreciate it!
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Matthew Kay 9h
Very much enjoying (and being pushed by) ’s new book! For those who want to get some work in - it seems to make a good intellectual pairing with ’s The History of White People. Looking forward to teaching both this yr!
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Matthew Kay 14h
This is very interesting
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Ibram X. Kendi 21h
BIG BIG announcement today! Yo ! “Stamped: Racism, Antiracism, and You” is coming in the spring. It is a remix of for young people.
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Matthew Kay Aug 19
This compliment just hit me directly in the feelings. We teachers can really be an encouraging bunch. ❤️
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Matthew Kay Aug 17
Fight the lure of the “pop-up” conversation. Take your time. Be a pro.
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Qasim Rashid, Esq. Aug 17
Replying to @QasimRashid
RECEIPTS: The majority of Confederate monuments were built—not right after the Civil War—but decades later from 1900-1930 by the KKK & former slave owners. They are literally celebrations of white supremacy & have no place in civilized society
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Dr. Sonja Cherry-Paul Aug 17
Humorous thread about the dreaded icebreakers so many educators will encounter as they return to school or are just starting at a new school.
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Matthew Kay Aug 17
Replying to @mnkraft @DrIbram
Keep going :) chapters 5-8 are more likely to be useful once you are in front of kids. 1-4 are prep stuff 💙
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Matthew Kay Aug 17
Replying to @mnkraft @DrIbram
Enjoy 🔥
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Michelle Kraft Aug 17
How to Be an Anti-Racist by and Not Light, but Fire by are next on my "to read" list. I'm also looking at resources from . There are so many great resources out there to help educators challenge hateful beliefs.
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Chris Lehmann Aug 16
New Post: Teacher Listening
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