Updated with the link to the Bilingual reading of the I’m Sorry Story with Spanish translator, Nicole Biscotti!
How you grow as an anti-racist educator and human will show in the lessons you design, the relationships you form, the tech you use, and the community roles you embrace. Y
Destructive Language Hurts ALL of Us If the “Act less white” headline from a Coca-Cola diversity training is leaving you feeling defensive, it should. You can’t control your skin color. You were born the color you are in. And honestly, the diversity trainings I’ve been part of as a participant and presenter have never madeContinue reading “Act Less White”
This is not a “Before Shot.” This is me feeling fantastic and loving me just as I am today. A fatter me to compare myself to isn’t going to make me more proud in a month’s or year’s time.
It might seem silly to some that I got excited about the #ImSorryStory Book Birthday, but for me, it was celebrating a dream come true! The pandemic threw a wrench in my plans on introducing my book into the world, at least the way I saw it would be introduced with book signings in myContinue reading “#ImSorryStory Book Birthday”
WRAD Beginnings The way Dorothy Lee explained how World Read Aloud Day (WRAD) came about is the coolest story, ever! It was a child’s idea and brainstorming that set the wheels in motion. Now, WRAD is a global movement! This is the twelveth year for it and we are partnering with Dorothy and all ofContinue reading “WRAD is RAD! Join Us!”
Black History is American History.
I still think I look much better with makeup, but someone I really care about, recently told me I am one of the most honest people she has ever met. So honestly, I’d like to be just as confident with or without all the cover-ups.
A genuine apology can soften the ground, for real healing, in a hurting heart and change the timeline of restoration.
Today I wrote on my Instagram that it’s just as important to help young people realize what they do NOT need to be sorry for as much as it is to know when they do need to apologize.