Julia Delacroix is an associate editor for Teaching Tolerance. Before joining TT, she was the co-director of a college writing center, the assistant director of The New Writers' Project, and a graduate assistant for the Texas Institute of Literary and Textual Studies. She taught high school and college literature and writing courses for nearly 15 years.

Articles by Julia

The Problem With the “Disney Version of History”

We can celebrate Dr. King and interrupt the idea that our progress toward justice has been continuous and inevitable.

Teaching Hard History With Primary Sources

We can’t teach the truth about American history without including the voices of enslaved people.

Using Comics to Fight Stereotypes

An interview with filmmaker Harleen Singh

Speak Up Against Hateful Rhetoric

Use TT’s Speak Up at School as a guide to address prejudice and bias in public discourse.

Teaching the Election: How to Stay Nonpartisan

Staying nonpartisan doesn’t mean staying quiet.