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Motoko Maegawa

Creating an Inclusive Curriculum for Black History Month & Beyond

SEED summer staff member Motoko Maegawa's piece is the second of several posts this month about how various SEED leaders have used SEED methods and principles both to celebrate Black History Month and, broadly, to create a more multiculturally equitable and inclusive curriculum and community.

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Greg Taylor

Celebrating Black History Month by Reflecting Students' Own Neighborhood History

SEED leader Greg Taylor's piece is the first of several posts this month about how various SEED leaders have used SEED methods and principles both to celebrate Black History Month and, broadly, to create a more multiculturally equitable and inclusive curriculum and community.

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Peggy McIntosh

SEED Founder Peggy McIntosh to Give Free, Public Lectures in Spokane, Wash.

This week, SEED founder Peggy McIntosh will be in Spokane, Washington to give free, public lectures at two universities and meet with members of the institutions' communities.

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