Decolonizing Education Village Membership

Learn about our Decolonizing Education Village membership and how you can pay it forward to your educational staff or parent members with our bulk memberships! Continue reading “Decolonizing Education Village Membership”

13 Books to Build an Educator’s Anti-Racist Library

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What Black History Month Means to Me as a White Mom

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9 African-Centered Curricula and Online Courses You Needed Yesterday!

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Jupitor Storm Showers Us With #BlackGirlGenius

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MRM & CREAD Publish their First Children’s Book, The ABCs of the Black Panther Party

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Rice and Rocks Affirms Afro-Diasporic Traditions

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The Decolonization of the Caribbean: Q & A to Bring Into Your Classrooms About Today’s Struggle

To help our ourselves & youth we teach understand why Puerto Rico and the sister islands of the Caribbean have been so devastated by Hurricane Maria, we have to understand the history, politics, and systems in place that allowed for this to happen in the first place. Environmental disasters are going to happen because that’s nature, but there’s nothing “natural” to just how devastating their impacts can be on the people, animals, and communities they hit.  The following are some questions and answers that will hopefully provide educators & students with the historical facts surrounding the humanitarian crisis that is now looming in Puerto Rico, and other Caribbean islands, and is impacting many of our kids and their families as we speak. Continue reading “The Decolonization of the Caribbean: Q & A to Bring Into Your Classrooms About Today’s Struggle”

MRM on the Tom Ficklin Show

Tune in Monday, September 25th!

Be sure to check out the Tom Ficklin Radio Show out of New Haven, CT to learn more about me, why I started My Reflection Matters, and what I’m up to these days as an unschooling-edupreneur mama living in little ol’ CT!
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Addressing Police Brutality With Youth: A Book Review on Momma, Did You Hear the News?

Ok, so where do I begin with the shortest, yet heaviest book I’ve ever read? Let’s begin with a brief synopsis.  Momma, Did You Hear the News is a children’s book about a ten year old boy, Avery, who has become frantic after hearing and watching stories on the news about the murders of unarmed Black men by police. Continue reading “Addressing Police Brutality With Youth: A Book Review on Momma, Did You Hear the News?”