Is the Snoqualmie Valley Racially Naive? The struggle to promote and celebrate diversity at Mt. Si High (part one)

SOURCE September 22, 2020 by Staff1 Comment [Article written by Michaela Isaacs and Melissa Grant] I was 8 in 1975. That year was Saigon’s fall when refugees fled Vietnam, and later Laos…

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Racial Justice Conflict: How “Historical” Racial Symbols Shape Perception, Practices, and Policy

SOURCE by Judy RashidSeptember 2020 INTRODUCTION As the world continues to grapple with racial injustice and unrest as masses of people from all ethnicities protest in the streets , this article…

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A Tale Of Two Districts: How Schools Are Implementing Anti-Racism Curriculums

SOURCE As schools in the United States try to reopen during the coronavirus pandemic, they're also opening during a racial reckoning across the country. Last month, a Black sixth-grade teacher…

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Virus Of Hate: A Catalyst For Activism

SOURCE By CASSANDRA BASLER• 18 HOURS AGOShareTweetEmail An image from the documentary "Who Killed Vincent Chin?" Chin, 27, died after being beaten with a baseball bat by two laid off auto workers…

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The Need to Teach the History Behind Current Events Has Rarely Been Clearer. Here’s How Some Teachers Are Getting Ready

SOURCE Some Teachers Are Getting Ready Demonstrators march towards the U.S. Department of Education as part of the Black Students Matter rally, which was organized by Educators for Equity on…

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