semesters establishing a new DEI shop at a small liberal arts college. I received a lot of questions about how I do this work.
A poem about schooling.
She’s A Fire Shorty
https://bookshop.org/books/eloquent-rage-a-black-feminist-discovers-her-superpower/9781250112880 She’s Brought Some Joy Inside Our Tears I have been listening to Brittney Cooper read her book, […]
In this grief, I feel like I am at the edge of the ocean – not the calm […]
Anti-Racism, Diversity, Equity and Inclusion
An 8 year old girl writes to Stevie Wonder about her life with her mother growing up in Newark, NJ in the early 80s.
Through her writing she shares her experiences of growing up in a wild and unsettling environment at home and shares her journey to engage thought and spark a collective intention to do better than what has been. Her first book, a memoir, titled Wild Flowers, Orchards, and Men who pluck them will be published in the Winter of 2021 following a release of fiction, non-fiction and self help literature.
Here are the components of a stereotype dismantling activity I have done in classes.