SEED Associate Director Jondou Chase Chen has written a lengthy piece for the Wellesley Centers for Women's Research & Action Report about SEED's relationship to the culturally responsive teaching movement and about its grounding in ongoing dialogues between the personal and systemic.
SEED leader and high school American history teacher Mary Jo Merrick-Lockett, a White woman married to an African-American man, writes about how SEED Founder Peggy McIntoshâs piece on White privilege and the experience of leading a SEED group helped her understand her own experiences with race and to communicate about race in a way that placed her story within the larger framework of institutionalized racism.
For Black History Month, we're pleased to present the second of a two-part series, taken from a chapter of teacher and SEED staff member Judy Logan's book Teaching Stories. In it, she asks, "Just what is a multicultural and gender-inclusive curriculum?" and answers from her own experience. Part I was published here yesterday.