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Watch: SEED Co-Director Discusses "Magical Possibilities: Storytelling for Justice"

SEED Co-director Jondou Chase Chen, senior lecturer in the Education, Equity and Society program of the University of Washington's College of Education, spoke recently at one of the College's brief faculty EduTalks and shared why storytelling is at the heart of SEED--and of educational justice.

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What, So What, Now What?

SEED seeks to bring about social justice through ongoing facilitated conversations within an organization, institution, or community. When I think about how I facilitate and organize a SEED session, I have three questions in my mind: What is the issue being introduced; why is it important to me and why should it be important to anyone else; and when it has been explored, what is to be done about it?

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Dare to be Courageous

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 McIntosh’s 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.

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