From Starbucks to Schoolyards: Calling the Cops for Being Black is Nothing New

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Christina Hale-Elliott is a mother of three and an education equity coach. She works with school districts, teacher education programs, and parent advocacy groups across the country to promote equitable student outcomes through the use of culturally responsive education. Christina received her master’s degree in teaching and curriculum from Harvard University and has been in the field of social justice education for nearly 20 years. Follow her on twitter @C_HaleElliott.

MRM Announces New Art Classes

My Reflection Matters (MRM), LLC offers learning experiences for home or unschoolers that intentionally center the cultural attributes, traditions, and histories of Black and Brown communities. Classes are taught primarily by teachers of color in order to promote our mission in offering opportunities for youth to see themselves in positions of leadership. Continue reading “MRM Announces New Art Classes”

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Founder of My Reflection Matters. Fighter for social freedom. Lover of family, life, travel, reading, decorating, and funky art. Unschooling mother of two brilliant, TriniRican boys. (Read more on MRM’s About Page.)

Black Excellence

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Khalilah received her Masters of Education in Secondary English & her Masters of Educational Leadership from Long Island University. She is the founder of CREAD: Culturally Responsive Educators of the African Diaspora with the mission of supporting teachers, parents & community members in ensuring the positive racial identity development through education of young people of the diaspora. She is also the co-founder of Decolonizing Education Publishing, Khalilah considers herself a cultural ambassador, producer, & researcher. She works across the country as an anti racist & educational equity coach, curriculum developer, & consultant.

To My Black Son’s Future Teacher: See My Child

To My Black Son’s Future Teacher,

As the new school year approaches and I prepare to entrust my child once again to a teacher (whom I am uncertain has been trained in how to best support the intellectual and psychological growth of children of color), I begin to think about what I want for my child. I keep coming back to one outstanding desire: that you see my child. Continue reading “To My Black Son’s Future Teacher: See My Child”

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Christina Hale-Elliott is a mother of three and an education equity coach. She works with school districts, teacher education programs, and parent advocacy groups across the country to promote equitable student outcomes through the use of culturally responsive education. Christina received her master’s degree in teaching and curriculum from Harvard University and has been in the field of social justice education for nearly 20 years. Follow her on twitter @C_HaleElliott.