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I work with perceptive school leaders who want their teachers to understand…

I work with perceptive school leaders who want their teachers to understand…

This episode of The Feminine Pronoun youtube blog series finds me sharing the power and resonance of Fannie Lou Hamer with a population she loved — children. The EYESEEME bookstore (the only black children’s bookstore in St. Louis) provided a welcoming space for the inquisitive crew and their mentors.

This episode of The Feminine Pronoun youtube blog series finds me sharing the power and resonance of Fannie Lou Hamer with a population she loved — children. The EYESEEME bookstore (the only black children’s bookstore in St. Louis) provided a welcoming space for the inquisitive crew and their mentors.

The Black Arts contains multitudes! Watch the diversity of expression as poets Francine J. Harris and Thylias Moss stretch the notion of a black poem all over the St. Louis Metro. I document the literary arts from Left Bank Books in the Central West End, to the Pulitzer Arts Foundation in Grand Center. With a pair of dimes and a shifting paradigm, your intrepid poet does the damn thang:)

The Black Arts contains multitudes! Watch the diversity of expression as poets Francine J. Harris and Thylias Moss stretch the notion of a black poem all over the St. Louis Metro. I document the literary arts from Left Bank Books in the Central West End, to the Pulitzer Arts Foundation in Grand Center. With a pair of dimes and a shifting paradigm, your intrepid poet does the damn thang:)

On the other hand, I would say they are operating with in a culture of normalized dissent and revolution.  I get the impression that young people in the US perceive the recent spate of visible protests as a reemerging phenomena that had been dormant for a time.  In the Balkans because of the history of wars and the recent dissolution of the Yugoslavian republic, the students are very used to the presence of protest and the possibility of protest.

On the other hand, I would say they are operating with in a culture of normalized dissent and revolution. I get the impression that young people in the US perceive the recent spate of visible protests as a reemerging phenomena that had been dormant for a time. In the Balkans because of the history of wars and the recent dissolution of the Yugoslavian republic, the students are very used to the presence of protest and the possibility of protest.

I heard there is a golden age hip hop group from Meridian, Mississippi? One that got signed to M.C. Hammer’s label back in the day? Oh yeah . . . I hear one is a professor and poet and the other is an arts administrator in their hometown in Mississippi. Naw, that can’t be right.[...]

I heard there is a golden age hip hop group from Meridian, Mississippi? One that got signed to M.C. Hammer’s label back in the day? Oh yeah . . . I hear one is a professor and poet and the other is an arts administrator in their hometown in Mississippi. Naw, that can’t be right.[...]

There is my daughter and her doll at the March in St. Louis. #blackgirlsmatter

There is my daughter and her doll at the March in St. Louis. #blackgirlsmatter

I like to think of my life as one part of something bigger that is bending toward justice, and this is a vlog in the truest sense in that it follows me through my justice work that is informal (in the community), and formal (organized through a regional organization).

I like to think of my life as one part of something bigger that is bending toward justice, and this is a vlog in the truest sense in that it follows me through my justice work that is informal (in the community), and formal (organized through a regional organization).

The Feminine Pronoun Series: "What It's Like to be Bi-Municipal" (No. 36)

The Feminine Pronoun Series: "What It's Like to be Bi-Municipal" (No. 36)

Intel Chief Diversity Officer Danielle Brown speaks during the Women Who Spark Awards presented by Intel in Las Vegas on Jan. 7.

Intel Discloses Diversity Data, Challenges Tech Industry To Follow Suit

Intel Chief Diversity Officer Danielle Brown speaks during the Women Who Spark Awards presented by Intel in Las Vegas on Jan. 7.

As part of a creative diversity and inclusion workshop I facilitated at Lewis University, I asked people one question: “Which do you prefer? “Black” or “African American”? The responses were alternately surprising and soulful. They served as the centerpiece of the workshop, and they created a jumping off point for one of the most fascinating[...]

As part of a creative diversity and inclusion workshop I facilitated at Lewis University, I asked people one question: “Which do you prefer? “Black” or “African American”? The responses were alternately surprising and soulful. They served as the centerpiece of the workshop, and they created a jumping off point for one of the most fascinating[...]

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