Founders of the new blog and podcast Teaching While White, Elizabeth Denevi and Jenna Chandler-Ward, write that SEED Founding Co-director Emily Style's curricular framework of Windows and Mirrors is central to their work.
We at SEED were delighted when author Grace Lin recently gave a TEDx talk on "The Windows and Mirrors of Your Child's Bookshelf" which for us resonates with SEED Founding Co-director Emily Style's "Curriculum As Window and Mirror."
As Lin shares, "Here's the thing about your window. When the light hits it just right, you don't just see the world outside. You can also see your reflection, so the window becomes a mirror. That's also what a book does."
National SEED Project founder and anti-racism educator Peggy McIntosh is making her classic 1989 article, "White Privilege: Unpacking the Invisible Knapsack," available online for the first time to the public in an authorized version.