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Yun-chi Maggie Hsu

The Leadership in Me: The Untold Girl Piece

In honor of Women's History Month, here is an essay by SEED leader Yun-Chi M. Hsu about how, as a girl, she found her leadership abilities in the face of gender-based bullying.

 

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Circle Talk: "Is America Too Racist to Elect a Black President?"

Today is Pi Day (3.14), so in celebration of all things circular, we're posting an essay by SEED leader Beverly Bennett-Roberts about SEED's "circle talk," or "Serial Testimony." She explains how circle talk helped her lead her SEED group of educators — Black and White, and of different backgrounds and political affiliations — in a discussion of race and politics where they could find common ground.

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Willa Cofield

Recalling the Civil Rights Era and Celebrating Black History Month

As a classroom teacher in 1961, SEED summer staff member Willa Cofield and her students watched as the Freedom Riders non-violently challenged segregation on public buses. Willa here shares how she is using her personal experience during the civil rights era, along with SEED methods, to celebrate Black History Month and "to continue honoring Black history throughout the year."

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