The following content is based on an Everyday Feminism article and will be the focus of a coming workshop on MLK Day. For workshop details, click here or scroll to the end of the article. This post is part of the Roads to Racial Justice series. I’m very White, which...
The following is based on an excerpt from my Everyday Feminism article, 7 Undeniable Reasons Why Claiming You’re ‘Not Political’ Makes No Sense, and is part of the series Roads to Racial Justice. While the introduction was written prior to inauguration, the list is...
When teaching about race and racism, I invite participants to consider the following analogy: Think of racism as a gigantic societal-sized boot. “Which groups do you think are fighting the hardest against this boot of racism?” I ask them....
This website is named after the high school course, Citizenship and Social Justice, that Seattle Public Schools unsuccessfully tried to extinguish stemming from the complaints of one white family opposed to study of race and racism.
However, the website is NOT connected to this course nor intended for student use.
Dedicated to social justice and civic engagement, it is the personal website of educator and writer Jon Greenberg.
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