Resources for Educators

This page will feature posts on anti-oppression, justice, equity, and inclusion to support liberatory pedagogical approaches.

Recent Teaching and Learning Posts

Classroom Conflict
HEAT Conflict resolution strategy for the classroom.
Anti-Racism Statements in Higher Education
semesters establishing a new DEI shop at a small liberal arts college. …
The Pedagogy of <strong>POSE</strong>
Let’s get into this teaching at its ballroom culture best, shall we?
It’s Malcolm <strong>Day!</strong>
As in El Hajj Malik El Shabazz Born in 1925, our own …

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About The Author

Tahirah J. Walker (she/her/hers) holds a Ph.D. in Rhetoric from Duquesne University and a Master of Science degree in Educational Technology Management from Carnegie Mellon University. She completed her undergraduate degree at Sarah Lawrence College in New York. Her research interests include intersectionality, educational policy, and Black cultural media studies. Walker has a strong commitment to community engagement and equity.

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