I am not a secretive person by any means. I speak plainly and I'm willing to share just about anything appropriate to the situation. Want to hear about Bean's birth? Sure, I'll tell you about all 14+ hours of castor oil, contractions, and why chocolate milk is a damn miracle. Want to know what I really … Continue reading Callout Culture Hurts (And that’s okay)
Hey fam! This week, I'm proud to introduce y'all to an inspiring freedom fighter: Cazembe Jackson. I've been lucky to call him my friend and comrade since I moved to the South, and his dedication to justice, intersectionality, and radical love have absolutely changed me as an activist and person. I interviewed him about his … Continue reading Meet a Freedom Fighter: Cazembe
Educators and caregivers do intense intellectual, physical, and emotional labor - and even MORE of it if we're involved in activism. We need -- and deserve -- to replenish ourselves!
A few weeks ago, I wrote a post about Childcare as a Revolutionary Act, which discussed the reasons why providing childcare for leftist movement is so important, and some general tips for childcare providers. But it still left some big questions unanswered: How do you discuss political activism with pre-schoolers? How can you plan activities when you don't … Continue reading Talkin’ Politics with Preschoolers: Childcare in Activist Spaces