Coshandra Dillard is a senior writer for Learning for Justice. Before joining LFJ, she was a freelance writer and magazine editor. She also worked as a health journalist for more than eight years. Additionally, Coshandra has experience in the classroom, having served as a substitute teacher for grades K-12. You can follow her on Twitter @CoshandraD_LFJ.

Articles by Coshandra

Charlottesville’s Zyahna Bryant Shall Lead

When Zyahna Bryant started the petition to have Robert E. Lee’s statue removed from Charlottesville, she was doing something she’s been practicing for years: using her voice for equity and justice. And she’s not going to stop.

From Charlottesville to Montgomery: Susan Bro on Her Activist Work

TT Staff Writer Coshandra Dillard sits down with Susan Bro to discuss her activist work, her hopes for the future and the legacy of her daughter, Heather Heyer.

Who Decides What’s “Civil”?

When acts of protest are met with calls for civility, it’s a good idea to give students some historical context about the concept.

Hate at School: June 2018

Last month, we tracked 25 school-based episodes of hate in 13 states.

Hate at School: May 2018

Last month, we tracked 72 school-based episodes of hate in 25 states and in Washington, D.C.
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Welcome to Learning for Justice—Formerly Teaching Tolerance!

Our work has evolved in the last 30 years, from reducing prejudice to tackling systemic injustice. So we’ve chosen a new name that better reflects that evolution: Learning for Justice.

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