Carrie
Kilman


Carrie Kilman is a writer and activist based in Madison, Wis.

Articles by Carrie

The Gender Spectrum

Move beyond the pink/blue binary to support students who don’t conform to narrow gender norms.

Mimi's Moms

Creating welcoming classrooms for young children of LGBT families.

You’re Not from Around Here

Challenging regional bias in the classroom is important.

Title IX at 40

This 1972 law was never just about sports—it radically changed everything about education for girls and women.

Defining Moments \ di-'fī-ning 'mō-mnts \

n. pl. Children’s dictionaries have the power to shape how kids see the world. Be sure yours promotes tolerance.
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Abolitionists William Still, Sojourner Truth, William Loyd Garrison, unidentified male and female slaves, and Black Union soldiers in front of American flag

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