Tag Archives: education as the practice of freedom

When Middle Class Teachers Happen to Raised Poor Students

When those of us who identify as Middle Class are attempting to instruct those who aren’t, we are easily seduced by the knowledge that we have experiences and world understanding that they may never have. It becomes heady knowing that you are the one with the information that will change the lives of your young… Read More »

Are You Afraid of Being Powerful?

Power and who gets to have and wield it often get a bad rap. Power and its direct offshoot, leadership, are not valued by people who have been victimized by powerful people. I am very concerned with who gets listened to and why and why more of this type of inequality is not more scrutinized… Read More »

Why Being Color Blind Is Racist and What to Do Instead

White Supremacy has to be the greatest invention mankind has ever created. I made the decision years ago to be more powerful than this invention, remain vigilant and “awake” and stay away from self defeating paranoia. My commitment to uprooting its seductive powers is based on relentless decolonization. My obsession with the collection and use… Read More »