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205, 2021

Why Latinx NBCTs Matter, Today, This month, & Always

By |May 2nd, 2021|Categories: Uncategorized|

Hip-hop artist and educator, Olmeca, wrote a poem called, “They Migrate, We Graduate.” Those four words accurately captured so many of our experiences as Latinx, bicultural-bilingual-binational students and now, just as importantly, as teachers. Our families, just like our students’ families, prioritized our future possibilities and opportunities over many times, their own comfort. When I see my students, I see myself. When I see their families, I see my [...]

205, 2021

Prioritizing Self Care in Times of Crises

By |May 2nd, 2021|Categories: Uncategorized|

The shutdown impacted education in unanticipated ways as schools transitioned to distance learning overnight – with many teachers unprepared to engage and teach their students through digital platforms. The digital divide made visible inequities that persisted prior to the COVID-19 crisis, most specifically in underserved communities of great need. As the shutdown continued, the opportunity gap and the digital divide widened. Passionately committed, teachers advocated for access to [...]

2504, 2021

Thank you, Bambara! Black women deserve naps

By |April 25th, 2021|Categories: Uncategorized|

Thank you, Bambara! Black women deserve naps During the pandemic, I’ve had to be intentional about my time. The clock is irrelevant. What I mean is the time I allow myself to rest. Like most folks (unfortunately not black folks), I’ve had the privilege of being able to enjoy work from home. It is a struggle to find the energy day-to-day to get myself up, dressed, and ready [...]




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