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Shout for Justice

Justice in our country is asked for, shouted for in the streets. Some of us fail to recognize the accounts of those who need justice. Hardly do high ranking, rich and powerful officials, judges, and policemen live in the anguish of oppression. Yet, their accounts are...

Work for a More Just Education System

Educational institutions have a habit of dismissing themselves from students' circumstances. They claim that it is outside their jurisdiction therefore it is not their concern. This habit contributes to our children becoming left behind. It takes dedicated work to...

Learning as Conduct

Learning is a physical act, a conduct. We do not learn from just thinking about an idea, we learn from doing actions that connect ideas to the real world. If we take away our conduct, learning becomes a void. We are just memorizing facts without connecting them to the...

Friendly or hostile? Our Capacity to Choose

Dr. King teaches, as humans we are born neither inherently hostile, nor inherently friendly. Instead, we are born with the capacity to choose. We can choose to, and thus be, both good and bad. We can choose to unify or choose to disunify. To create harmony, or chaos....

Reflections on James Baldwin: Justice

Justice beats its heart when those who have been left out and pushed out exercise their rights and experience the promises of our democracy. We witness how our justice system protects the law. That is why police officers are called law enforcement and not peace...

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Coaching for Growth and Development

           While many types of relationships assist others in becoming who they are meant to be, we believe that a coaching relationship excels in evoking a desire for self-growth and development.  This brief...

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Teaching in Material Context

In spite of well researched inequities in the U.S., many educators work without an understanding of the material conditions that perpetuate these inequities. Disproportionalities based on race and low socio-economic standing are often the silent giant in classrooms...

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A Call for Democracy Education

Most media and corporate backed discussions about school improvement focus on continuing to make schools a testing field that results in the separation, segregation and disintegration of communities.  We’re not opposed to testing.  But testing, like...

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