SEED founder Peggy McIntosh spoke recently with the New Yorker about how she came to write about White privilege, the responses to her work, and how reflecting on our personal experiences can help people see the systemic nature of privilege.
By SEED Leader Ashley Marshall, Early Childhood Director (Interim), Charlotte Country Day School; former fourth-grade teacher, The Spence School
This is the journey.
Just in time for Teacher Appreciation Week, SEED Co-director and English teacher Emily Style's latest article, "Curriculum as Encounter: Selves and Shelves," has appeared in the May issue of English Journal (available to NCTE members only). The piece extends her previous articles on "Curriculum as Window and Mirror" and "Resources and Strategies for Doing Window and Mirror Curriculum Work."