I'm quoted in this piece on ancient cancel culture – fascinating discussion of ritual mutilation of Olmec heads! https://t.co/ERtXoNsVPe — Erin L. Thompson (@artcrimeprof) August 22, 2020 I’m quoted in this piece on ancient cancel culture – fascinating discussion of ritual mutilation of Olmec heads! https://t.co/ERtXoNsVPe — Erin L. Thompson (@artcrimeprof) August 22, 2020 https://platform.twitter.com/widgets.js… Read More Moving Statues
This reporting deserves a Pulitzer. Now that’s out of the way, Chana Joffe-Walt and the Serial podcast is a must-listen. While I sit in my rage, my fear of personal hypocrisy, and memories of my own education and the parallel worlds of Black and brown children alongside mine and my sons’ I cannot help but… Read More not so nice
Happy Emancipation Day! Just a few facts:The US was 3rd to last in the Americas to abolish slavery. The Emancipation Proclamation came abt partially because enslaved people were self-liberating by the thousands. Don’t let them tell you we just waited to be free.#JuneteenthDay — Ida Bae Wells (@nhannahjones) June 19, 2020 https://platform.twitter.com/widgets.js Just a correction-… Read More Series: WPH: Juneteenth (19)
What I tried to say in this post, But Justin Schleider (@SchleiderJustin) said it so much better: I am specifically talking to White people because we are the ones who created the problem and we are the ones who need to work towards rectifying what we have done. Plus I can only speak to the… Read More Series: White People Homework: (11)
I will try to write this as simply as I can. But it is long. Push back as needed. My first job, and one where I stayed for twelve years, was a middle school located in South King County, Washington. Being at a school for that long is an honor: I became part of the… Read More Series: White People Homework: White Teachers (7)
Whereby I confront my fears and try to work through them.… Read More Series: WPH: Fear (6)
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