Future Teachers Mistake Black Students as ‘Angry’ More Than White Students, Study Shows

SOURCE By Madeline Will on July 8, 2020 4:08 PM A new study finds that prospective teachers, most of whom are white, are more likely to identify Black children than white children as angry,…

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Sarasota’s Kate Harris on Her Front-Row Seat During Brown v. Board of Education

SOURCE Harris’ parents shaped history and welcomed major Black figures of the civil rights movement into their home. By Heather Dunhill  7/7/2020 at 1:00pm222 Kate HarrisIMAGE: MICHAEL KINSEY It’s not hyperbole to say…

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Revealing the Unwritten Obstacles Faced by Academics of Color

How Dr. Patricia Matthew is Bringing Exclusionary Practices into the Light By Lakshmi Ramgopal May 9, 2017 Source: https://lithub.com/revealing-the-unwritten-obstacles-faced-by-academics-of-color/ In 1849, Charles L. Reason became the first Black scholar to teach at…

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