Moshtagh Razi

Nadia Moshtagh Razi is an educator and lifelong learner who has devoted over a decade to equity and social justice. She teaches African American literature, high school English and AVID, and has served as the English department chair. She has led initiatives throughout her district promoting equitable practices for students of color and LGBTQ+ students, spearheaded policy change for transgender and nonbinary students throughout the district, and advised the BSU and GSA student clubs. She is a certified SEED (Seeking Educational Equity and Diversity) leader, HyperDoc expert and Google-Certified Educator, and she is a Teach Plus California Senior Policy Fellow, publishing research and legislation on culturally affirming and antiracist school environments. She earned her M.Ed. from UC San Diego with an emphasis on equity and social justice. Through Nadia’s work developing and implementing cultural proficiency curriculum, leading professional development for educators of all positions and enacting equitable policy change at the state level, she has committed years to understanding what safe and culturally affirming spaces look and feel like. Nadia looks forward to the challenge of transforming our school spaces into environments where everyone feels a sense of belonging and empowerment. Follow her on Twitter at @_NadiaRazi.

Articles by Nadia

Anti-racism: Educators Must Do the Heavy Lifting

Educators can’t identify as anti-racist without addressing the racism already present in schools.
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