Note to self. Come back to that. What’s wrong?!?It’s the flawsIt’s all that, raw. It’s the craws attached,Not the open Paw. Note to self. Come back to that. What’s wrong?!?It’s the flawsIt’s all that, raw. It’s the craws attached,Not the openPaw. As I stare in your face Its clearly lies + Race. It’s on theContinue reading “Poem 12.23.21 – Note to self”
A Meditation on the Impact of Racial Isolation & Courageous Conversations Racism Racism or more specifically crying racism has never serve me. Like many reading this I’ve always felt this child like fear of loneliness and isolation anytime I’ve imagined speaking out about what I’ve experienced or witnessed. I’ve also lived those petrifying outcomes eachContinue reading “Meditation: We’re All Boatless in the Same Ocean”
The year 2020 marked the Ten-year anniversary of my time at the Global Youth Village. Ten years after spending weeks with Iraqi and American youth developing peace-building skills and cultural pluralism I was invited back to discuss how a decade of service and activism has brought to life my idea of global citizenry. We discussContinue reading “VIDEO: COMMON GOOD: Mission Never Changed”
A few hours before the Data for Black Lives Conference official began 50 plus education activists from around the country and across generations discussed the ways big data has impacted public education in the black communities.
Building the Learning Analytics Curriculum for 2020 and Beyond Abstract: Learning Analytics courses and degree programs both on- and offline have begun to proliferate over the last five years. Building on the success and collaboration of the LAK18 curriculum workshop we plan to work through specific best practices that relate to the conference theme of usingContinue reading “Snippet from the Learning Analytics & Knowledge Conference LAK ’19”
Branches sing strange hymns A story of the negro’s Imperfect color