This article focuses on how comics (particularly Marvel’s Black Panther) can be used to inspire minority students in educational curriculums. This piece is dedicated to young teachers and education majors at the secondary level.
A teacher questions the Baltimore City Public School system and suggests the ways it's failing future generations.
Drew Carto takes us inside a Juvenile Detention Center where she teaches. "When jail seems just like school or even better, something’s wrong."
The unfiltered truth will always make those who are ignorant of facts even more entrenched in their efforts of resistance.
How do you like this as a piece of advice for a high schooler? We don’t want you to dream of getting your college degree.
"...no one could take my power because they did not know my truth. And that, has made the journey worth fighting."
It has never been said that the journey of a black man has been easy, and while there are many that don’t make it, there are many that do.
No one definition of social justice will suffice to meet the needs of marginalized populations. Social justice is more than just ideas or words.
As one of few men of color obtaining a masters in education, I've learned three major lessons that reveal the inner workings of an educator.