Monthly Archives: March 2018

White Awake: a book review

Stunning. This incisive and evocative book struck at an issue that I’ve been trying to come to grips with and explain but failing miserably. Pastor Hill walks through six stages of a White Christian understanding racial privilege and the role … Continue reading

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Check point

I didn’t sign up for this. I thought teaching was going to be loving kids and reading books with them and arguing about punctuation and torturing myself about whether I should curve this kid’s work or hold to the rubric. … Continue reading

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