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Peggy McIntosh

20 Questions for Peggy McIntosh: Question 9

This week, in our series of 20 questions that SEED Founder Peggy McIntosh answered about SEED for the Wellesley Centers for Women's Research & Action Report, she talks about how teachers can create change even within the limitations of set curricula and booklists.

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Watch: SEED's Impact on Racial and Ethnic Inclusion

Watch SEED leaders from different racial and ethnic backgrounds talk about some of the ways in which SEED has helped them better understand privilege and systemic racism, create more inclusive curricula, and be good allies.

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Christine Saxman

Using SEED Concepts to Ensure Black History Month Doesn't Marginalize Black History

SEED summer staff member Christine Saxman's piece is the next of several posts this month about how various SEED leaders have used SEED methods and principles both to celebrate Black History Month and, broadly, to create a more multiculturally equitable and inclusive curriculum and community.

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