This week, I encourage folks to listen to NPR's Code Switch's podcast episode, "Struggling School, or Sanctuary?"


I believe that the creation of the platform is an essential, progressive step towards revolutionizing education.


Think of this: out of all the people in the world, the universe conspired to bring the group of us together in this room right now.


July is winding down to a close, and some of us are preparing to re-enter our classrooms. Even if you're not, you may have had enough of a break to begin wondering, What will I do next year?


To bring "equality" and "justice" to a system usually means having to disrupt that system to begin with.


If you weren't already committed to tackling the world's injustices before Pokémon Go came out, it probably wasn't the game's popularity that was stopping you.


There is a brilliant light that glows in him and all of our students. Many of us lose the ability to see it, but it doesn't change the fact that it shines in spite of us.


Please don't live in a place of cynicism and melancholy for too long. Take the time to heal, and know that places exist that love and accept and know how special you are. And if you feel like they don't, you are filled with an infinite capacity to love enough to create those spaces.


"Today, I know not to let any event, circumstance, or person get in the way of my learning, because I--and I alone-- have power over that."


They felt a sense of solidarity, alliance, support, were reminded of their power, and their acts of resistance.


The opinions expressed in The Intersection: Culture and Race in Schools are strictly those of the author(s) and do not reflect the opinions or endorsement of Editorial Projects in Education, or any of its publications.

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