March is Women’s History Month. For those of us who are history buffs and/or have the job of teaching history,
ShaRhonda on education and equity.
Growing up, I was starved for accurate information in schools about who I am. I ached to hear stories about
ShaRhonda on disability advocacy.
When I realized my younger daughter was disabled, my belief in what was possible for her life changed. As her parent, I had to focus on her needs and didn’t
Even as a Disability Advocate I Still Did Everything Wrong When My Daughter Was Diagnosed With Autism
November 6, 2018, is the day my daughter was officially diagnosed with autism. That’s the day my world collapsed. For the first hour of her three-hour IEP meeting, I was
Advice on How to Win High School Regardless of Your Disabilities From Someone Who Has Been There, Too.
MY FIRST GUEST COLUMNIST! OMG, I am so excited to share this piece written by my dear friend, fellow disability advocate, proud Harry Potter loving friend, Megan! Seriously, I love
The most difficult part of this whole, "admitting I am disabled" journey, has been, well, admitting I am disabled. And, since I don't "look disabled" usually I can pretend. I
A new anti-racist curriculum for you.
By ShaRhonda Knott Dawson I love my community. I live in an incredibly diverse cluster of suburbs in West Suburban
On Tuesday, President Donald Trump delivered his State of the Union address. Like many other U.S. citizens, I see our