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July 22, 2016

Conversation Can Be Radical: Make Space for Discussions About Race

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

July 13, 2016

No, Pokémon Go Isn't the Death of Society: Why Joy is Essential

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.

June 16, 2016

PODER: Reimagining the Privilege Line Exercise

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

June 10, 2016

See the Forest: Good Reads to See the Big Picture

What stories, topics, and discussions should we be having to enter our years to come with minds focused on serving students and communities better?

May 26, 2016

Galaxies of Greatness: Powerful Poetry for the End of the Year

It's easy, at the end of the year, to lose sight of the "why"-- why are we in this work? What are we striving for? What does it mean to be an educator when we understand the vast and sometimes turbulent seas we want to help our students navigate?

May 20, 2016

We're Gonna Be Alright: Kids, Podcasting, and Racism

We are all going to make mistakes when we have difficult conversations. We cannot deny our student the skills and space to have safe conversations about race simply because we're scared.

May 03, 2016

The Moment We Were Seen: Why AAPI History Month Matters

It is one thing to be "seen" in a classroom. It is another to know that someone else-- student, teacher, or even text-- sees not just you, but the cultural stories and traditions that you carry deep inside you and made you who you are.

April 27, 2016

Teach For America Mixed Messages on Diversity and Equity

If the genuine goal of Teach For America is to bring about educational equity, then why not be more conscious of the success rate of the teachers that you're putting in the classroom?

March 28, 2016

'Often Imitated, Never Duplicated': Black Womanness in Education

Because we were all born into this unjust system, we cannot escape it's oppressive ways unless we actively and collectively work to disrupt it.... As a Black woman in this system, I need to go into work fully armored.

March 10, 2016

Considering the Intersections of Womanhood and Education

Considering what it means for me to be a woman in education means that I have to consider the multiple intersections of my own being, show my students the beauty in their own multiple-issue beings, and integrate all of those things to create an atmosphere of bidirectional learning.

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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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