The critical mentoring concept stresses the importance of context in the mentoring approach. And our current context includes an apparent and purposeful attack on the progress people of color have made. Here three things mentors can do to support youth in the wake of Charlottesville:
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We call them DREAMERS. These DREAMERS, or DACA-mented individuals, are young people who were protected under the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program.
I was on my way to the Summer Institute for Youth Mentoring in Portland, Oregon (the Whitest city in America)
JAY Z sounds like Black elders all over America who have endured decades of racialized experiences and now opt to bare their battle scars for the youth who have not yet had time to make the same mistakes.
A recent editorial published in The Chronicle for Evidence-Based Mentoring highlights my critical mentoring work. I am thankful for my
The deadline for abstracts for the CREN edited collection on new directions in anti-racist scholarship and activism is 01 Feb
Meg Maguire has authored a review of Janet Orchard and my edited collection Learning Teaching from Experience: Multiple Perspectives and
Giving is a tradition in my family. I was raised to extend the hand of friendship and service to others.
“When there’s no name for a problem, you can’t solve it,” says Kimberlé Crenshaw. She spoke at TEDWomen 2016 on