School Talk

Black Women Saved Us. It’s High Time That We, as White Women, Answer the Call Too

The Black women of Alabama saved their state and the nation from Roy Moore. They answered the call. Seems to me that we owe it to them to follow suit and also answer the call when it comes to equity, access, and opportunity for Black women as well as the African American community as a… Continue reading Black Women Saved Us. It’s High Time That We, as White Women, Answer the Call Too

Rhode Island

Guest Post: EduLeaders of Color Meet-Ups

By Karla E. Vigil and Carlon Howard   Currently, RI’s education workforce is over 95 percent white. With less than 5 percent of educators identifying at people of color, our urban students are faced with teachers and content each day that do not reflect their lived experiences both in and outside of the school day.… Continue reading Guest Post: EduLeaders of Color Meet-Ups