Loyal reader Nancy Jo
gave last week’s issue
a thumbs-up (thank you!) and had this to say:
I have been thinking about White allyship and the connection to education. As an educator of color, I often question the “why” of White educators who have chosen to teach in schools that serve students of color. What would it look like for White educators committed to social justice to teach in schools where the demographics are mostly White? Does White allyship look like intentional space for educators of color to teach in urban and “underserved” schools?
Thank you, Nancy Jo, for your thoughtful questions. Loyal readers, what do you think? Reply to this email to continue the conversation. (Maybe this is the beginning of an article club?)
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