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Emma Dabiri Aug 2
I don’t know who needs to hear this but central to the core of work needs to be the recognition of black people as full and multi dimensional human beings,
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Marcia J. Anderson Aug 1
When I meet people/ in meetings/ at conferences, I don't watch for people who say/ do racist things. It's the default that they will be there. I watch for people who say/do things that are actively anti-racist. These are the people I want to invest my energy with.
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PartnershipLASchools Aug 6
Dr. is dropping all the knowledge and wisdom. We won't start our student stories this way. Our students possess genius.
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Dr. Ivan Joseph Aug 4
My OpEd for : Hiring a Black leader? Learn from my experience and treat it like it matters. "If you are committed to addressing institutional racism, make it a strategic priority."
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Dr. James Whitfield Aug 2
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Dr. Chanequa Aug 5
This comic by got pulled from hundreds of newspapers because of complaints from White people. It’s a perfect example of how is a tool to undermine and reinforce . After all, where is the lie in this comic?
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City of Liverpool FC In The Community Aug 7
Replying to @COLFCcommunity
For people asking about donations or how to support us we have reissued the sold out 3rd shirt, designed by our refugee footballers, or you can donate to us on PayPal at
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Lori Campbell🔶️ Jul 31
Remember, the Townhall was not an idea of Council or Region. It was not something they did to be kind to Black, Indigenous & racialized peoples. It came about because of work by & local Anti-Racism Collective demanding action be taken.
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Rory Dean Smith 12m
Excited to share all things , , , and more!
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Stephanie Pearson-Davis Aug 5
Don’t mind me. I’m just hanging out in my favorite space getting ready for today’s antiracism book clubs. I’ll have to come back later and tell you what the kids had to say.
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Emma Dabiri Aug 2
Replying to @EmmaDabiri
But it’s also crucial to understand that not all black people think the same thing or indeed agree with one another. In your rush to perform please don’t treat everything any black person says as gospel. It’s infantilising, patronising and a problem going forward
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0161 Festival Aug 4
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Tobi Hunter Aug 8
I’m proud to work with someone like . For the first time in my career I witnessed an attending address microaggressions. She is the change we want to see.
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Unapproved Talk Aug 7
Anti-Racism is not what you may think it is. It sounds great, but like all slogans that sound great, you need to learn the details before you support it.
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Emily Peoples Aug 6
Thank you Dr. Emily Miner for delivering a thought provoking Grand Rounds at today in our series focusing on within our department & specialty. An important reminder for me to leverage everyday perioperative learning opportunities.
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casey c. hoskins Aug 7
Rebekah & I have been reading 's Little Leaders: Bold Women in Black History at bedtime. We love it! Teach Them While They're Young!! (Nina Simone's music made an appearance the other day)
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Ruth Cameron 🏳️‍🌈🇯🇲💃🏾 Jul 31
To close Town Hall, a racist given full time to give a deputation where he misrepresents not once but twice. Preventative procedures for interrupting /closing link to prevent harm to racialized communities are not engaged. This is not
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トーマ・イヴ (Thoma Yve) 20h
Unleashed from the difference in skin color Even though they should agree with each other's culture What is this wall that separates us? 「The world is still raining today... 」
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The Roll Players Aug 4
Panel Spotlight: Cicero Holmes. Co-creator of Spawn On Me (podcast ft. people of color in the games industry) & creator of Perrin Underbough (Rivals of Waterdeep) who's currently on a fellowship at an HBCU (Historically Bard College/University). See him Thurs! Info⬇️
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Rebecca Collora Aug 8
Question I'm seeing: "what if I upset parents by speaking about racism?" Ugh. What if you upset your students of color by NOT speaking about racism? What if you deprive all your students the opportunity to grow bc you stayed silent
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