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A social justice holiday gift guide – A Striving Parent

A social justice holiday gift guide – A Striving Parent

8 Empowering Middle Grade Novels for Kids Interested in Social Justice - The B&N Kids Blog

8 Empowering Middle Grade Novels for Kids Interested in Social Justice

8 Empowering Middle Grade Novels for Kids Interested in Social Justice - The B&N Kids Blog

10 #FACTS about HIV/AIDS – #7: More than 3,200 people die every day from AIDS in sub-Saharan Africa.

10 #FACTS about HIV/AIDS – #7: More than 3,200 people die every day from AIDS in sub-Saharan Africa.

social justice Interview with the Southern Coalition for Social Justice on Social Work and Poliltics

social justice Interview with the Southern Coalition for Social Justice on Social Work and Poliltics

a primer on privilege - We can not change whether or not we are involved in systems of oppression, only how we are involved.:

a primer on privilege - We can not change whether or not we are involved in systems of oppression, only how we are involved.:

A Collection of Resources for Teaching Social Justice | Cult of Pedagogy

A Collection of Resources for Teaching Social Justice

If companies refuse to pay their employees a living wage, tax payers are forced to make up the difference. Let's stop helping millionaire CEOs give themselves raises while denying their employees living wages

If companies refuse to pay their employees a living wage, tax payers are forced to make up the difference. Let's stop helping millionaire CEOs give themselves raises while denying their employees living wages

Brittany Polo: #RealizingWhatWhitePrivilegeIs #UnpackingTheInvisibleKnapsack . Deborah Foster never realized she had white privilege until she learned about it later in life. She grew up poor, moving, and being suspended from school. She realized she had white privilege when she entered her first multicultural education class as a college student. She emphasizes that if you don't know what white privilege is, to make a list of all the things you can do. (Fitzgerald, 2014, p.51). #Chapter2

Brittany Polo: #RealizingWhatWhitePrivilegeIs #UnpackingTheInvisibleKnapsack . Deborah Foster never realized she had white privilege until she learned about it later in life. She grew up poor, moving, and being suspended from school. She realized she had white privilege when she entered her first multicultural education class as a college student. She emphasizes that if you don't know what white privilege is, to make a list of all the things you can do. (Fitzgerald, 2014, p.51). #Chapter2

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