– CLICK to listen now – This is the introduction episode to the series: What Do We Tell the Children?: How to Talk to a Child About Race and Identity. As your hosts (Ebony and Bibi), in this episode we introduce ourselves, speak on the highlights that stood out to us in the series, and
Category Archives: Teaching Antiracism @Home
Colonization in education is when we enter the spaces and communities of students and insist that they acclimate to the spaces and communities we either come from or were taught to center in the university. A colonized education centers the cultural norms, experiences, and ethnic background of school leadership as the unspoken norm and the
I must say that I am not just grateful for the person I married, but for the journey in cultural intelligence that he has embarked on even years before meeting me and before his commitment to raise biracial and multiethnic kids. As it pertains to white folks, conversations about racial hierarchy or white supremacy can
Sometimes I need a break from the boxes, labels, expectations, and my own damn fears… A break from being misunderstood, feared, then silenced, tokenized, and commodified… A break from being Christianized with something that lacks… even Christ… A break from organizing and reorganizing my compartmentalized selves, some neatly taped together at my school desk, but
So, it happens every year, either I’m homeschooling or in my own classroom of 20 students… I am excited and nervous! I’m excited to be with children, especially my children, but I’m also nervous because I know teaching is not simple or smooth. It’s like a rollercoaster with more ups than downs in my opinion.