Ethnic Studies has been added to graduation requirements in Minnesota. The Minneapolis School Board unanimously approved Ethnic Studies as a
“To start having a curriculum that reflects all the people of the United States,” said Garrett, “we must start looking at things differently.”
Conversations for the New Year Join us for an exclusive screening of the HMH documentary & conversations about humanizing, not
From a student, to a school administrative manager at Minneapolis Public Schools Hmong International Academy, to chairwoman of the St. Paul Board of Education, Xiong was an advocate for education.
A nurse called attention in September to hysterectomies performed by a gynecologist on detained migrants without their full consent.
Hear from and ask questions of a panel of educational leaders focused on our current reality of systemic barriers in
Minnesota Chapter of National Association for Multicultural Education’s annual conference features keynote speaker Cornelius Minor. Two more equity workshops are
My hope is that more educators and educational leaders realize how white supremacy is embedded in our educational system and how to best support students of color with these barriers, including advocating for the retention of teachers of color.
“If [children] see only reflections of themselves, they will grow up with an exaggerated sense of their own importance and value in the world. A dangerous ethnocentrism.”
“We women turn things inside out and set things right. We salvage what we can of human garments and piece the rest into blankets.
— Louise Erdrich, “Four Souls”
The only time I became relevant was during a one-page reading on the Vietnam War, or a lesson on Pearl Harbor.
Perspective of a middle school girl leader: “I thought it was unjust and I don’t like injustice. … We all