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Angela Dye, PhD
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Angela Dye, PhD 6m
Replying to @MoaninMary
Amen. You are very wise!!!
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CityGirl 8m
Replying to @ejuc8or
I didn't withhold my POV b4 I retired or now. It's important 2 set goals, identify risks & define boundaries 4 discourse.
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CityGirl 23m
Replying to @ejuc8or
That's exactly what it is...strategy/tactics that feed life skills & survival. Especially for Blk ppl in America. I call it LOL
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Angela Dye, PhD 9m
Replying to @MoaninMary
... and are we willing to be honest about the answers? I am mean CRITICALLY honest about the answers.
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Angela Dye, PhD 10m
Replying to @MoaninMary
Or even better, can we both promote and live freedom? Do we even have the courage to ask these kinds of questions...
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Angela Dye, PhD 11m
Replying to @MoaninMary
In other words, how do we promote freedom while living freedom?
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Angela Dye, PhD 13m
Replying to @MoaninMary
... in real issues that affect not only their students but affects them as well-- as in their individual sense of self.
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Angela Dye, PhD 14m
Replying to @MoaninMary
And it makes me curious how they live out their Twitter values in real life--
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Angela Dye, PhD 16m
Replying to @MoaninMary
And, I as a critical pedagogue, I am fortunate to belong to several cohesive circles centered in social justice and liberation.
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Angela Dye, PhD 17m
Replying to @MoaninMary
Critical as in unpacking the layered beliefs and commitments within people's online rhetoric. Been doing a lot of unpacking-- & questioning.
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Angela Dye, PhD 19m
Replying to @MoaninMary
Over the past few wks, I have been thinking critically abt my twitter community and my twitter engagement. Not critical as in in negative. +
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Angela Dye, PhD 20m
Replying to @MoaninMary
I just think it is a worthy consideration-- especially in circles that promote ideas of liberation and social justice.
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Angela Dye, PhD 21m
Replying to @MoaninMary
I am not offended by those who are comfortable w/adjusting their social media lives to accommodate the 24 hour demands of their employer.
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Angela Dye, PhD 22m
Replying to @MoaninMary
...w/modern technology as it is, it is now a way of life.
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Angela Dye, PhD 23m
Replying to @MoaninMary
Well maybe it is deeper than that. Maybe it is questioning if the game is no longer a game...
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Angela Dye, PhD 25m
Replying to @MoaninMary
My rant this morning isn't about not knowing the game or not knowing how to play it. It is speaking against the need for the game.
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Angela Dye, PhD 27m
Replying to @MoaninMary
I actually understand this as a strategy. And admittedly, I am willing to play the game (and teach my students how to play). But...
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Angela Dye, PhD 31m
Replying to @MoaninMary
I see it differently.
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CityGirl 36m
Replying to @ejuc8or
LOL right. As I've often said..."ain't no purity abt politics". it's woven in the American fabric.Most political work site is in higher ed
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Angela Dye, PhD 37m
Replying to @MoaninMary
Are you tweeting this because you are in favor of this line of thinking?
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