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Recommending Men’s Actions as Allies, Advocates, and Mentors
Recommending Men’s Actions as Allies, Advocates, and Mentors

In this excerpt from Leading While Female, the authors recommend actions for men to become allies, advocates, and mentors.

 

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Looking Out for the Girls
Looking Out for the Girls

In Chapter 7: Looking Out for the Girls, how to indentify and prevent sexual violence is discussed. 

 

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Figure 6.1: Continuum of Disrespect, Aggression, and Violence Toward Girls
Figure 6.1: Continuum of Disrespect, Aggression, and Violence Toward Girls

Unchecked disrespect toward girls and women can escalate to verbal and physical harassment and even sexual assault. Common behaviors reported by girls are depicted in figure 6.1.

 

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Chapter 1: Leading for Equity
Chapter 1: Leading for Equity

"To understand street data and its potential for transformation, we must first understand the ways in which our current beliefs about learning and equity have been formed."

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Listen to Beautiful Brilliant Black Girls and their teachers discuss classroom experiences.

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Race Resilience Foreword and Introduction
Race Resilience Foreword and Introduction

Read the foreword and introduction from Race Resilience and see how this inspirational book is a powerful tool for educators who want to make a difference in the lives of students, in particular, students of color.

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Welcome to the Identity Safe Classroom and School
Welcome to the Identity Safe Classroom and School

"For students facing negative stereotypes or being viewed as different, identity safety is an essential condition for learning. For all students, it builds respect for self and others in ways that are essential for the future of our communities and the world."

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Seizing Equity’s Teachable Moments
Seizing Equity’s Teachable Moments

This blog post from Sonia Caus Gleason, author of Growing Into Equity, discusses how to advance equity through professional learning.  

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Webinar: Youth Equity Stewardship (YES!): Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion
Webinar: Youth Equity Stewardship (YES!): Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion

Here’s your opportunity to hear more from founders Benjie Howard and Wade Antonio Colwell about Youth Equity Stewardship (YES!), a sustainable, inter-generational, creative facilitation process for youth and adults that enables learning communities to enthusiastically engage and advocate for culturally responsive teaching and leading practices. YES! is rooted in arts-based methods that aim to elevate youth vision and passion to the forefront of policy and progress for an evolving twenty-first century school system. They will demonstrate how the process amplifies student partnership and supports young people in understanding their personal journey and social accountability through a "stewardship" lens that creates a living example of commitment to diversity, equity and inclusion.

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Chapter 2: A Discussion About Equity
Chapter 2: A Discussion About Equity

This excerpt discusses equity and how to learn how to give feedback in a way that inspires growth and engagement.

 

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Webinar: Deepening Your Equity Impact
Webinar: Deepening Your Equity Impact

Discover strategies from Gary Howard, equity consultant and author of We Can't Lead Where We Won't Go, that address today's educational inequities and drive reform. 

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Webinar: Equity in School Discipline
Webinar: Equity in School Discipline

Jessica and John Hannigan, authors of Don't Suspend Me!, explain why suspensions don't work and how they significantly increase the likelihood of dropout for our most at-risk students.  

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