Tag Archive for: multicultural education
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Notes from our weekly Changemakers Alliance newsletter
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Historical perspectives about transformative justice, philosophy about human evolution, and stories from the Changemakers Alliance visits to statewide communities for the "Hometown Values & Vision" series.
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An elementary school child looked out the window and saw…
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I was in a panic. I was sure there were doctors — and others — who would perform abortions for a price, but how to find one?
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Deep reporting of the wide perspectives of Minnesota legislators in discussing the ethnic studies bill proposed for an impending vote.
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We talked with candidates and other Minnesota engaged in politics about how reproductive rights, public safety, and education are impacting voters.
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Talking about the impact of learning Ojibwemowin, the importance of language revitalization and the role of language in grieving, and hopes for an expansive Ojibwemowin curriculum in Minnesota schools.
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"The term Critical Race Theory is being used as a catch-all for people’s fears and anxieties. This has been happening forever. It is odd that it is working."
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I do not want to keep having marches to remember these beautiful women and relatives because something awful happened to them. We have to be proactive.
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The state has been “headed in the same direction for 162 years. Trying to turn the ship is a tall order, but we are in a moment where we have to get it done. If folks are not willing to be in that work with us, then they just have to get out of the way.”
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Ethnic Studies has been added to graduation requirements in…
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“To start having a curriculum that reflects all the people of the United States,” said Garrett, “we must start looking at things differently."
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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.