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SEED Recognizes Two for Equity and Social Justice Leadership

Emily Style and Willa Cofield 600x400SEED is happy to recognize the 30th anniversary of SEED Founding Co-director Emily Style’s 1988 essay, “Curriculum as Window & Mirror,” and to celebrate SEED staff member, educator, filmmaker, and social justice advocate Willa Cofield’s 90th birthday.

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Pebbles Make The Mountain

Stones in a pilePerhaps the greatest struggle I have in explaining SEED is accounting for why SEED works. Our current SEED staff are not nationally known personalities with the most news headlines, academic publications, or social media followers. Often times when we present one-off sessions at conferences or share what writing we do have, people respond with “That’s nice.” This is a striking contrast to what participants share with us during our seven-day New Leaders Week.

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You're Invited to the SEED Showcase in San Francisco

Shakti Butler and Hugh VasquezOn September 29, the Bay Area SEED Network is hosting "Moving Justice Forward," its 4th annual SEED Showcase, an interactive day of learning, self-reflection, and group exercises stimulated by the keynote speakers: Shakti Butler, Ph.D., filmmaker and founder and president of World Trust, and Hugh Vasquez, senior associate with the National Equity Project. Whether you're new to SEED or a long-time participant or leader, we hope you will join us.

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— Cheryl Robinson, Supervisor, Office of Minority Achievement, Arlington Public Schools, Virginia

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