I wanted to share this blog post from EdWeek, in which Dr. Bettina L. Love, pioneer in Abolitionist Teaching, authors this article titled, “How To Make Anti-Racism More than Performance.” Bettina Love is a professor at the University of Georgia and has centered her work with equipping school communities the knowledge to develop anti-racist culture and climate. Here, Dr. Love highlights some of our country’s most recent endeavors around anti-racism policy, personal journeys to abolitionism, and practicing social justice. Racism is deeply embedded in the fabric of American society. Today, we are reminded far too often just how prevalent racism is in our country. To continue making improvements in our society, it takes collective effort to bring forth change. I believe education is a major component in generating social changes that will lead to a breakthrough in generational curses.
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