Being a critical reader means questioning the representation of various cultural groups. Here’s the why and how of questioning what you read with your kids.
Seven and a half year old Ruby explains why girls can do anything boys can do. In fact Ruby is herself a singer, actor, dancer, musician, entrepreneur, skateboarder, artist, and FEMINIST!
In a previous post, I spoke about how not doing anything about racial injustice is almost as impressive as NOT DOING SOMETHING RACIST. Here’s why…
Watching this video, it becomes apparent just how lacking our media is when it comes to images of powerful women/girls.
#FLOTUS is in the house! (That’s First Lady of the United States to those of you NOT on Twitter yet!) And she’s talking ’bout COLLEGE!
A new MTV documentary is bringing up conversations about “whiteness”. Some on the right are criticizing it for being a vehicle for blaming White people. Those of the left have criticized the film for not going far enough to interrogate the interviewees.
Thanks to the work of Bree Newsome and countless other civil rights activists, the confederate flag is coming down in South Carolina. What’s next?
If you are a parent of a child over 7 months old and own an iPad you will doubtless begin to see TONS of kid selfies in your photostreams.
This is so AMAZING! Thank you Ernestine Johnson for this amazing thoughtful answer…
According to new research on the brain, playing music helps us learn–one of many reasons to fight for high quality music instruction in ALL our schools.