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Prof Kalwant Bhopal Jul 28
White women have been and continue to be the main beneficiaries of policy making in higher education UK's white female academics are being privileged above women – and men – of colour
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Steve Ward Jul 30
Maybe the folks who most need to hear this message will actually listen if it comes from Lisa Simpson... 🤷‍♂️ 🏳️‍🌈
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travis Jul 27
Having laws declaring everyone equal is great, but we must go further. Citizens and communities must be given specific, individualized tools to ensure everyone has access to the same opportunities afforded to those at the top.
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Prof Kalwant Bhopal Jul 31
“There's no such thing as neutral education. Education either functions as an instrument to bring about conformity or freedom.” Paulo Freire
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Jaderade 😍😜😘 6h
Replying to @jaderade_1
Some White people love to talk about how Black people are successful but never about the obstacles they had to face to get to where they are today. Let’s talk about removing those obstacles and leveling the playing field.
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Medical Education Jul 27
We are saddened to hear of the passing of great qualitative researcher, thinker and educator - .
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Crystal Watson Jul 28
is demanding students be HEALED before suspended.
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Working IDEAL 3m
Exploring the importance of in the workplace and how to foster a positive culture where each individual feels a sense of belonging:
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The Martin Luther King, Jr. Center Jul 27
Happening LIVE TOMORROW, 7pm EST! in conversation with , discussing ‘Racism and the Miseducation of America.’ A part of our series.
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QuantmRE 23m
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Wayne Briggs Aug 1
“If anyone has time tomorrow night tune in to United Shades of America at 10pm where they will explore inequities in the public education system through two different school districts”
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Okhee Lee 23h
There’s little doubt STEM disciplines will resolve COVID-19, but who will resolve the bias endemic to STEM against people of color, the poor, the disabled, women, or any other group left in the margins?
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Lajna Ima'illah UK Jul 30
is a central component of justice in and this is highlighted in the , writes Zujaja Khan. Read more by clicking here...
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Erika Marín-Spiotta Jul 29
Opinion: In the wake of , academia needs new solutions to ensure gender
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Lottie Peppers Jul 30
Thanks for a great session at ! My books to buy list just got a lot longer!
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Christine Wilkinson Jul 28
"I wish that these pay-to-play internships were not the standard in our field." - Say👏It👏Louder👏For👏Those👏In👏The👏Back
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Jay Behniwal Aug 3
Time for some lakeside reading⛱
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Katie Roe Jul 30
So...communities of color (KC/STL) that are already adversely affected by COVID also must be concerned about their S’s being further penalized by non participation in athletics/activities. Did I mention this also conflicts w/ the bylaws? PLZ keep talking!
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Haley Clemens Jul 28
Holding yourself accountable in moments of discipline. I will be implementing these conversations with Ss this year.
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tbwilson Jul 31
Are the websites that you share with your students truly accessible?
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