Anya Malley is an editorial assistant for Learning for Justice. They have studied publishing and women’s and gender studies, and they have editorial experience working with several scholarly and creative journals as well as a small fiction press.
For well-intentioned white people doing anti-racist and social justice work, the first meaningful step is to recognize their fragility around racial issues—and build their emotional stamina. 'White Fragility' author Robin DiAngelo breaks it down.
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In promoting diversity and fighting racism, inclusive education programs forged pathways toward building equitable societies. Now, as our nation confronts multiple assaults on democratic values, we hold firm in the fight to protect—and to expand—democracy through social justice education.