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Education Equity

ShaRhonda on education and equity.

My Ancestors Were African Rice Farmers Who Were Enslaved to Produced Rice In America.

My Ancestors Were African Rice Farmers Who Were Enslaved to Produced Rice In America.

One of my dreams as a child was to know what part of Africa my family was from. I grew

Confession: I’m a Faux Ally To The Transgender Community

Confession: I’m a Faux Ally To The Transgender Community

Yesterday, Dejanay Stanton, a Black trans woman was killed in a shooting.  It barely made the news.  Last year, there

Disability Advocacy

ShaRhonda on disability advocacy.

I Am Disabled. Disabled Means Different, Not Broken.

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 Back To School Love Letter to Parents of Kids With Special Needs/Disabilities

Dear Fellow Parent Warriors, While every parent has strong feelings as a new school year approaches—excitement, nerves, even a little worry—our special tribe of parents with children who have IEPs

Summer Is Tough for Parenting a Child With Disabilities But It’s Also an Opportunity

As a parent of a daughter with a disability, I feel like I am in a perpetual state of learning tips from the “experts.” Having a child with special needs

Even When Your Kid Has Special Needs, Sometimes You Gotta Back Off and Let Them Make Their Own Choices

My younger daughter is one of the greatest joys of my life. She is full of energy, gives great cuddles and has a fantastic imagination, often involving her Marvel friends

Racial Crossfit

A new anti-racist curriculum for you.

Feminism and Racism: White Women, Race, and Work.

Feminism and Racism: White Women, Race, and Work.

White women's role in racism is beginning to get the attention, study, and correct analysis, to honestly tell the story

My Ancestors Were African Rice Farmers Who Were Enslaved to Produced Rice In America.

My Ancestors Were African Rice Farmers Who Were Enslaved to Produced Rice In America.

One of my dreams as a child was to know what part of Africa my family was from. I grew