Category: Antiracism

Two Sides of San Cristóbal

“I came here for three days and have been here for six years.” I heard some version of this statement

Still Learning

I was honored to author the piece below for the Westerly Anti-Racism Coalition‘s monthly column that appears in The Westerly

Why I Protest

What do you protest? Why do you protest?

Go for Broke

What I learned about Japanese American Incarceration and today’s struggles for justice I had the privilege of attending the National

What have you learned?

Thirty-four years ago Every now and then, I am reminded of of Malik, a seventh-grade student I taught as a

Grappling with new learning on the Civil Rights Trail

My trip to Alabama included visits to several more sites that taught me about this period in history and left


History sometimes gets jumbled up in my mind. I don’t always remember dates and details. That was the case with

“Your names were never lost”

I had one more stop on my first day in Birmingham. After visiting the Legacy Museum I hopped on the free shuttle

From Enslavement to Mass Incarceration

a visit to the Legacy Museum in Montgomery My visit to the Legacy Museum and the National Memorial for Peace

Teaching for Equity and Justice

Here is an article I wrote that was published on the blog of Fund for Teachers. Why are US schools,