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Randall Carpenter

Reflecting on Race at the White Privilege Conference

Randall Carpenter
High School Chemistry & Physics Teacher
SEED Leader

SEED has given me the gift of realizing that I have stories to share, and as I prepared to go to my fifth White Privilege Conference, I immediately began reflecting on my childhood experiences.

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Evelyn Gilliam

Extending Black History Beyond February

Guest author and SEED Leader Evelyn Gilliam writes: "I taught Multicultural Studies at Ladue Middle School with Ladue School District (St. Louis, Mo.) when I did this project. I am currently an Instructional Facilitator with the Ritenour School District (St. Louis, Mo.) and I continue to use SEED themes and information in doing equity professional development during this (14-15) school year."

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Judy Logan

Walking in Rosa's Shoes, Part II

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.

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