Social Justice

Vulnerability: not optional for social justice leadership

3 years ago this month…my world collapsed. Y’all. Not gonna lie. November 2017 was arguably the devastating month of my professional career. That month ranks in the top 3 worst times of my entire life across professional, personal, and all other contexts. Things got hopeless real quick. I had chosen to make myself vulnerable to rejection. Let’s just say the …

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Educators are People, Too: Reflecting on Social Location in the Classroom

If we truly strive to be allies in the classroom, we must face our own intersectional social location AND how this impacts our approaches to teaching as well as the learning context for our students. How many of us think of our courses as intersectional? Yet, are we truly living up to the theory of …

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