Our Summer magazine is here! And, as usual, it's packed with stories, resources and strategies for social justice educators like you. Here, we're spotlighting three feature stories about the innovative ways educators are using online spaces: to build community, to reflect on their own identities and to connect students with stories they might not hear elsewhere. We hope you enjoy them—and the rest of our new issue!
When Schools Cause Trauma
Trauma-sensitive and trauma-informed schools are spreading around the country. But if they don’t start with how schools themselves can induce trauma, they won’t work.
How social justice educators are using social media to find support, a platform and PD.
It started as a series of Instagram posts; then it became a downloadable workbook. Now, the “Me and White Supremacy” challenge is reaching the mainstream—and creator Layla F. Saad hopes all teachers with white privilege will find the courage to take it.
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