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vickiboyd
she/her/hers. Privileged to be a part of the Heinemann Pub team. Runner, reader, lover of the written and spoken word. All opinions are my own.
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Heinemann Publishing Dec 13
New on the podcast! Hear all about the Heinemann Fellowship. Information on how to apply to the next cohort will be made available in the coming weeks.
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vickiboyd Dec 10
I can’t recommend Temple in Philly enough. My son is a junior there in the Klein School of Communications but considering minoring in African American Studies. Richly diverse student and faculty.
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Auschwitz Memorial Aug 23
We hope to get 750,000 followers for the 75th anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz on 27 Jan 2020. This will not be possible without your support & engagement. Help us to honor all victims and preserve their memory online. RT & encourage others to follow .
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vickiboyd Nov 28
One of the things I’m grateful for this year: the poetry and essays of . thanks for reminding me of one of the many reasons why
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vickiboyd Nov 24
Replying to @sheathescholar
I’m so grateful you posted this . We will do better. I’m beginning now by the simple gesture of adding pronouns to my social media profiles. I mean, I’m telling myself “Duh. What has taken you so long?”
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vickiboyd Nov 24
. and peeps, please read this thread and then let’s think together back at HQ about how we can make sure people of all genders feel seen and know they belong
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Sara K. Ahmed Nov 24
A beautiful capture of The Don Graves breakfast. It was a gift to soak in their brilliance AND it’s not lost on me that there was incredible emotional labor in what did for that room yesterday. ✊🏾❤️
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Django Paris Nov 23
Sometimes attending conferences on twitter is where it’s at. 🙋🏽‍♂️😂 Nothing compares to being in the space building with folks, but thankful to learn on here with so much critical, decolonial, anti-racist, intersectional, loving work happening across fields, places... 🙌🏽👏🏽✊🏽🔥
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Kathleen Skeals Nov 22
"Who am I right now? I am standing at the intersection of Donald Graves and Malcom X." says
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Stephanie Harvey Nov 23
Part of my job as an instructional coach is to be the inquiry whisperer. ⁦⁩ ⁦
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T. Antao Nov 23
Kids—even primary-age kids—are not too young to learn about freedom and justice. Here’s a glimpse from ⁦⁩’s classroom.
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Amy Ludwig VanDerwater Nov 23
Dear Friends, If you attended the Don Graves Legacy Breakfast and wish to know more about - or donate to - Baltimore's A Revolutionary Summer, visit this link: ♥️
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Dr. Rosa Perez-Isiah Nov 23
I’m delighted to share my radio podcast with the wonderful , warrior and brilliant mathematician. Listen.
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they are shea martin Nov 23
“The success is not in perfect execution. The success is in reflection.” -
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Julia E. Torres (is sitting down and/or napping) Nov 23
Replying to @thommyorange
"A certain distrust of the system is only natural when you've been taught that only white writers and their stories have value."
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Heinemann Publishing Nov 22
"Standing at the intersection of Donald Graves and Malcom X." -- on his ideological genealogy.
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Clare Landrigan Nov 23
“We know that children can never be free, unless their teachers are demonstrably free as well.” -
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Katie Muhtaris Nov 23
“We cannot use kindness as a balm for hurtful racist, xenophobic, or sexist remarks. Instead of kind we must be just.”
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DrTowandaHarris Nov 23
There are dangers when ideas and beliefs become programs and procedures. -Don Graves
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Dr. Angela Schroden still has so much to learn... Nov 23
Kindness,politeness&civility are all good things and yet... I don’t want us to use those really good things to cover or mask... we can’t use those to silence necessary conversations abt race.. we can’t use civility as the reason we don’t have hard convos 🔥
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