Hello! I have written something on the intersection of white supremacy and K-12 education; particularly, the power that educators have to shift norms, and which ones we might attend to. It took longer than anticipated to write, which has me thinking about what I’d advocate as a cycle for white people committed to working against … More Quick Bonus: me in Huff Post
Hello, beautiful boot-wearers!* So I hope you have had a nice week trying to hold in your mind things like “now there is an EO designed to ban Muslims**” AND “now the congressional switchboards are melting, because the most ever people are like ‘no the fuck thank you.’” Both at once. Everything at once. To get my boots … More Help Me Get These Boots On: February 4, 2017
I mean… I just figured you would want to know! I wrote this post for Ed Week about one way schools can approach this political transition. I was asked to by my actual work, which was super meaningful for me. It was written before these insane EOs, but I hope the reader will offer it grace … More Quick Bonus: Me in Ed Week!
Usually-more-curmudgeonly Doug Henwood wrote this yesterday: “Some of these left critiques of today’s marches are bumming me out. Yes the overall tone was liberal [NB from SB: he means this critically, and as opposed to socialism, rather than conservativism] and yes an episodic march or two means nothing without long-term organizing. That’s obvious. But the new … More Quick Bonus! Me Huff Post-ing
I’ve been ready for a new title for this for a while. I still need help not being such as ass, as I believe we all do, but that’s not been what’s guided my media choices for a while… probably since the personal trauma of the spring, and certainly now in this zenith of white supremacist … More Help Me Get These Boots On: January 21, 2017