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Angela Dye, PhD
Critical Pedagogy, School Leadership, Research and Social Change
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Angela Dye, PhD Apr 29
Yeah. It's exhausting. Sometimes we fight. Sometimes we accommodate. Sometimes we ignore. Again. Exhausting!
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Angela Dye, PhD Apr 29
When I went to my news feed, I was immediately brought up to speed! :)
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Angela Dye, PhD Apr 28
There are so many powerful lines in this piece!! Takes me back to when I was first moved by you:
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Angela Dye, PhD Apr 28
This is really unfortunate... but it is also REALLY funny! :)
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Angela Dye, PhD Apr 28
Ooh. I think I understand what u R trying to say but out of respect for ppl who have experienced victimization, I would reword.
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nancy bowen Apr 28
How Capitalism and Racism Support Each Other via
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Deborah Blum Apr 28
Oxford, Alabama passes new regulation: Use bathrooms that match biological sex or face 6 months in jail
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Preservation Hall Apr 26
An emotional and powerful Mardi Gras Indian workshop during at inside
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rawhead.bloodybones Apr 28
"Mardi Gras Indians":
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Angela Dye, PhD Apr 28
What did I miss??? You are on a roll. :)
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Peter Anderson Apr 28
Tending a Garden, Completing a Puzzle, and Playing Tetris: Three Analogies for Planning
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Lauren Yvonne White Apr 27
People will show you who they are through their actions ... Save the speeches. Watch what they do ... 😳😐
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Angela Dye, PhD Apr 28
I'll say Amen to that!!!
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CityGirl Apr 28
Even if Clinton wins the presidency she can't change the system w/o congressional support. will be her greatest challenge.
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Real Marsha Wright Apr 28
The richest people in the world look for & build ! Everyone else looks for ~ Kiyosaki
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Angela Dye, PhD Apr 28
Ooooh. What did I miss?
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Real Marsha Wright Apr 28
"Don't Embrace it's lessons at every turn Take it out for dinner Pull the most from each encounter"
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Angela Dye, PhD Apr 28
They R also denied self-definition/efficacy bcuz as a society we have very little regard for the personhood of children. /8
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Angela Dye, PhD Apr 28
Not only are black children denied self-definition/efficacy because of race... /7
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Angela Dye, PhD Apr 28
This isn't offered to minimize the crisis facing black children. It's offered to magnify the problem. /6
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