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Latino antiracist science educator focused on ending white supremacy and systemic racism in all areas of education
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2021-09-11

14th Annual Northwest Teaching for Social Justice Conferencen“Rethinking Our Classrooms, Organizing for Better Schools”nnOnline – October 23, 2021n9:00am – 3:15pmnKeynote: Dr. Bettina Loven“We Gon’ Be Alright, But That Ain’t Alright: Abolitionist Teaching”nnHosted by: Seattle Education Association, Washington Education Association, the Oregon Writing Project at Lewis & Clark College, the Portland Association of Teachers and Rethinking Schools magazine.

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2021-09-11

“Social activist Patrisse Cullors is the New York Times bestselling author of When They Call You A Terrorist and the co-founder of the Black Lives Matter Global Network Foundation. Since she began the Black Lives Matter movement in 2013, it has expanded into a Nobel Peace Prize-nominated global foundation, supporting Black-led movements in the US, UK, and Canada.nnNow, in her new book, An Abolitionist’s Handbook, Cullors charts a framework for how everyday activists can effectively fight for an abolitionist present and future. Filled with relatable pedagogy on the history of abolition, a reimagining of what reparations look like for Black lives and real-life anecdotes from Cullors, An Abolitionist’s Handbook offers a bold, innovative, and humanistic approach to how to be a modern-day abolitionist.nnCullors will be in conversation with Our Existence Beyond Trauma Series curator, Ijeoma Oluo, for this online-only event, which is co-presented by Langston Seattle.”

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2021-09-11

“As the daughter navigates life in-between two cultures, she experiences a level of shame in never having learned Spanish because of Mary Jessie’s cultural erasure. From being mocked at school to rejecting a relationship with her grandpa because of the cultural and language disconnect, the film portrays how Americanization affects generations despite the fact that it’s not a formal practice any longer.”

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2021-09-05

Last week I shared the first part, this week we revisit the second set of terms. I don’t think “inner city” is used much anymore. Maybe “urban” is the newer term- definitely “furthest from educational justice”. The point being that it’s about coded language. nnThank you to @subversive.thread for sharing again.nn“Last year we held Part II of our Coded Language series for a while after publishing Part I — mostly because we were still writing it while the world got rocked by the pandemic. This year, with a new academic calendar underway, we are posting Parts I and II again as a reminder to interrogate the language we use in education spaces, especially as many state officials and administrators have used the pandemic to popularize new coded language to rationalize putting the needs of settler colonialism and capitalism before the health and safety of students, families, and educators.nnWhen we first published Part II we wrote, “For students, educators, and parents, this crisis is a time to push back, to say no, and to defend students’ and families’ material needs.” We are still in a crisis. Many families and their young people were and are living in a state of constant crisis because of the many oppressions produced by settler colonialism. The language we choose to use in our workplaces, our classrooms, our homes, can either shine a light on and name our oppression or it can hide it from justice and delay liberation.nnIf you’d like your own copy, or if you want to support our work this year, you can get a copy of our Coded Language series from our store.”nnLink: https://classtrouble.club/products/digital-downloads-pdf-download-a-guide-to-coded-language-in-education-vol-i

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2021-09-01

First day back with students today- how do you all get your “teacher legs” under you after so long on distance learning?nnI was walking the hallways this morning and reminded of how incredible our students are and how our art department supports their voices.nn#backtoschool #antiracisteducation #antiracistartteachers #teachertired #stopasianhate #blacklivesmatter #essentialworkers #farmworkersrights

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2021-08-31

Some leaders work from behind the scenes, influencing and directing the work of racial and social justice in public education unions. Len was an important piece of this work, and of creating a foundation from which we can focus on eliminating supremacy culture within our union to support practices that will lead us to a truly inclusive and equitable educator force in our schools.nnYour advocacy and leadership will be missed, Len. Rest in power. ✊🏽

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2021-08-31

“Exposing the historicity of race and white supremacy demands a new theory of how we all might coexist on the planet. And that theory will not begin from the absurd notion that white people are superior or naturally dominant. Critical race theory and the truer histories to which it points, namely that the invented fictions of whiteness as supreme and superior are just that, are an existential threat to the Samuel Alitos of the world, because CRT topples the law as an American deity, reminding us that American jurisprudence is a flesh-and-blood enterprise, and thus is subject to hubris, ego, power, and self-interest, just like every other thing in our lives.”

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2021-08-31

Reposting @liberation.lab “Full transparency: I’m combatting my own ableist tendencies. 🙇🏿n__nBut while I’m working to be free, I want others to know freedom. ✊🏿nnWe all have a part to play in dismantling and rebuilding a more inclusive 🌍.”

2021-08-31

Something about this had me thinking “that’s so true”. Wonder which part. nn👀nn🗣 @ykreborn You can decide nnot to say and do nracistnableistntransphobicnclassist things.nnImagine that. nn(Note to all the “but what abouters”, I left out sexism on purpose so white women wouldn’t get comfortable here.)nn#endwhitesupremacy #antiracism #antioppression #disabilityjustice

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