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Those Before Us

When you speak,  your grandmother’s warm, worked hands  strum the strings of the instrument  that is your voice  Embracing your heart,  she pumps blood through your veins,  supplying you with the fuel to be of many,  a self that...

Political Polarization

More and more today we see the immense impact of political polarization within our country. Political Polarization is the amount of extremism each party partakes in as their attitudes stream further and further away from each other. In a country that prides itself on...

Dear Reader,

With the time you have on this earth, I urge you to remember what’s important and hold on towhat matters. What matters is authentically and compassionately loving people. Rememberingthis is one of the biggest struggles we as humans face worldwide. We live in a society...

The Comfort of Bias

We often find it more natural and fitter to have our own beliefs and opinions, and it is often easier to accept information that confirms these views. One reason people may be resistant to look at both sides of an issue is confirmation bias, which is the tendency to...

Empowering Youth through Civil Rights Education

In the late 1950s, a series of nonviolent demonstrations sprouted up across the Southeast in opposition to Jim Crow laws. Different groups such as CORE, SNCC, and SCLC organized sit-ins, Freedom Rides, and marches, which garnered much attention and eventually forced...

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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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