Tag: Black History Month

Black History Month:: What We’re Reading

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Carter G. Woodson {AKA the "Father of Black History"} first proposed a sort of Black History Week back in 1926. It was timed for...

How Sorority Life Prepared Me to Connect with My Students

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Sorority Life and Community As a teacher, looking back at why I chose to become a part of a sorority in college helps me understand...

How White People Can Celebrate Black History Month

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Our country has spent the better part of a year engaged in conversations around the racial inequalities that plague our society. By now, most...

A Family Affair:: Reading Diverse Books with your Tweens and Teens

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When I was growing up in the olden days - the 70's and 80's - it was almost impossible to find diverse books with...

I Love Me:: A Valentine’s Tribute to Women in Black History

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February is the month of love and contributor Ugochi shares a tribute through poetry to women in black history as well as to herself. As...

No Mods Needed :: My Personal Black Hair History

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It happened again. She told me that she likes my hair in a bun. Then she added, or pulled back in a headband. I...

Reading is Still Fundamental :: Teaching Cultural Diversity Through the Power...

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My sister told me that on her first day working at a summer camp she encountered a little boy who was enjoying his midday...
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