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
I’m excited to be able to share the release of my forthcoming book, Critical Mentoring: A Practical Guide. It will
Mentoring is not a process for assimilationist anti-Black practices. It’s a place for trust, healing recognition and resistance. Ownership of both the word mentoring as well as the work of mentoring must be redefined and reclaimed, returned to a space that is youth-centric and affirming for communities of color.
Critical Mentoring Is Critical to College Success CGI America supports the development of cultural relevance in youth development
It was an honor to work with noted researchers on this guide! Please check it out! Source: MENTOR Releases Guide
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We recently sent our very own Sandra LaFleur, Vice President of Program, to the Clinton Global…
“Despite evidence that race and ethnicity plays an important role in mentoring relationships, there are limited research-based guidelines in the