Anya
Malley


Anya Malley is an editorial assistant for Teaching Tolerance. She has studied publishing and women’s and gender studies, and she has editorial experience working with several scholarly and creative journals as well as a small fiction press.

Articles by Anya

Future Voters Project: Including All Students

These recommendations will help ensure that no student feels excluded or singled out during your school’s voter registration drive.

What’s My Complicity? Talking White Fragility With Robin DiAngelo

For well-intentioned white people doing anti-racist and social justice work, the first meaningful step is to recognize their fragility around racial issues—and build their emotional stamina. 'White Fragility' author Robin DiAngelo breaks it down.

Finding Our Power

Professor and author Carol Anderson explains how voter suppression remains alive and well—and how it’s hurting us all.

Teaching the Truth About Voter Suppression

It’s a common misconception that the only thing stopping people from voting is laziness. But voter suppression is real, and your students need to understand how it happens.

Voting and Democracy Grants in Action: Connecting to Our Past and Creating Our Present

TT Voting and Democracy Grants fund projects that encourage students to become empowered advocates for voting in their communities. Grantee Alexandra Melnick explains the project she’ll be implementing in her 12th-grade classroom this fall.
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