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Subini Annamma Feb 26
Teachers of Color, and Teacher Educators of Color, get your application in and come join us. As a teacher in public schools & juvenile jails, I was often the only or 1 of few educators of color & I was almost always the only 1 trying to bring a critical lens of justice
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Subini Annamma Jun 21
And in a system of white supremacist ableist cis-heteropatriarchy, normal is white, enabled, straight and gender conforming=this is the most valuable (though white white femininity is also valued)
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Altagracia Montilla Jun 23
young people don’t care what you know until they know you care.
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Liv, The Teaching Activist Jun 21
Black and brown women have never been protected by our womanhood/femininity.
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Altagracia Montilla Jun 23
this is a space where we don’t have to respond, we can rest. isn’t just a joining of minds, it’s a joining of hearts.
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Altagracia Montilla Jun 23
remember your hxrstory. memory is a form of resistance.
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Subini Annamma Jun 22
Once we push some of these dominant gazes aside, it does not mean that nothing problematic is happening in ou communities. Part of CSP is working through our internalized oppressions
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Nadine Loza Jun 21
listening and learning "Reimagining a Classroom Ecology through Intersectional Justice". Thank you for challenging my thinking
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Liv, The Teaching Activist Jun 22
"Sustaining Our Communities through Education: Solidarities, Coalitions, and Ongoing Social Movements" with . He touched on Black and Indigenous histories and the need to connect and the ways we have connected( and ).
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Keli-Aylin Jun 22
To start today's session, Reina Prada led a room of educators of color in meditation. It was so beautiful, grounding, powerful. As said at Roosevelt HS -what would it look like if our PDs looked like healing circles? Reimagining our schools
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Ray Jun 21
"It seems to me that limiting the meaning of genius to intelligence or talent displaces it from its real source and privatizes it in the individual. If genius has no grounding in the sacred, then it becomes easy for the community to ignore it." -Malidoma Patrice Somé
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Liv, The Teaching Activist Jun 23
If you see a rose growing through the concrete and you find fault in the broken petals, you are a part of the problem.
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Django Paris Jun 22
Dang, sister sharing such beautiful & necessary work in the forever Indigenous resurgence, our relatives, the centering and leadership always of Native women...
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Nadine Loza Jun 22
Learning from teachers from Coachella Valley on their implementation of a comprehensive ethnic studies program
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Ray Jun 22
Valuable affirmations for educators of color who are committed to justice
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Sincecombahee Jun 25
Y'all it's and I just learned about this dope group at that embodies the healing power of music.
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Shakiyya Bland Jul 29
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Martha Torres Jun 22
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Martha Torres Jun 22
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Ray Jun 22
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