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Alexandra Harris Sep 27
Interesting take on dealing with racism. The definition of racism used her is not like Kendi's definition of racist acts. This article defines it as pore passive. Very interesting. &edwm
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Alexandra Harris Sep 27
We've discussed law enforcement in America. We started defining "police." I think it is only fair to also talk about how we define incarcerated people. This article touches on incarcerated people coping with the carceral system and mistreatment &edwm
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coolrain lee Sep 26
THX 🙏🙏🙏@capitalradiotunes LABO
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The Woke Temple Sep 23
Today’s Reading: “’I wouldn’t want to be a woman in the Middle East’: White female . . . .,” by Prof. Sensoy & Prof. DiAngelo. Read it & tell us if this is "scholarship".👩‍🎓Seriously. Interested in others' opinion.🤔
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Yaritza Villalba 🇵🇦 Sep 27
Daily Check In idea to capture attendance using . Believe it or not some of students responded “Boooo!” -That led to great conversations about “having bad days”!
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Madison Sasman Sep 24
This school takes a restorative justice approach when responding to students who engage in racist behavior. Is this something that we can apply to hate crimes, or should perpetrators face the equivalent of expulsion and be incarcerated? &Ed@WM
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Kailyn.elise Sep 22
… I think that this article speaks to the way that education is not a one solution problem. Different groups need and want different things, even within populations that are thought of as monolithic. &ed@wm
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𝐁𝐢𝐥𝐥𝐲 𝐋𝐞𝐨𝐧𝐡𝐚𝐫𝐭 8h
is anti-gospel heresy.
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ThreatEnt2015 Sep 26
LAS VEGAS LOCKDOWN #1: I Can’t Take Anymore!
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Alexandra Harris Sep 27
This article reminds me of last week's class where we talked about "How to be an Antiracist." Not only did this school district apologize for fighting desegregation, they intend to work towards righting past wrongs. &EdWM
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Dave O Sep 25
Critical Race Theory and [KT] is ideological poison
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Cross to Crown Sep 23
How should the church respond to topics such as social justice, cultural Marxism, BLM, racism and critical theory? provides clear and biblical truths to these issues in this series “Understanding Times”.
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Yaritza Villalba 🇵🇦 Sep 25
Replying to @annkozma723 @Flipgrid
Frienddddddd!! This just made me a fuzzy inside. Thank you for your daily support and inspiration. I am looking forward to working with you and the entire community to bring into every classroom and practice 💚💚💚
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Alexandra Harris Sep 27
This article is an example of how terms to describe places people live can be racialized. Reminded me of how people will use the term "inner city" instead of "ghetto." And here we see "suburban." Like code words. &edwm
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Nereese Watson Sep 26
Inequality in education quality between White and BIPOC students cause gaps in incarceration rates and mental and physical health. With current pressures to defund the police, schools with law enforcement presence can redirect those resources. &EDWM
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Pieter Henderson 3h
Replying to @SisterClarence
By answering "I do" the only conclusion I can arrive at is that you are white. As per and you cannot be no matter what. Thus the only way to defeat is to start a mixed race family.
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CROWN ARCADE Sep 27
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speedlolitaeveryday Sep 26
Photo via speedlolita on Retro Game Boards
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Caroline Stover 11h
In Virginia Public schools, there will be a new elective class, and African American history will be incorporated into different history classes. In Richmond counties, there will be a new elective for African American history &ed@wm
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Moderate Man in Crazy Times Sep 23
Marxists there are leftists who believe in that are true Marxists but not all people on the left are Marxists
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