Val
Brown


Val Brown is the Principal Academic Officer for the Center for Antiracist Education. She believes that education is a vehicle for social change, and encourages educators to engage in public discourse about critical topics because it allows them to learn with and from others. She is currently pursuing her doctorate in Curriculum, Teaching and Teacher Education.

Articles by Val

What it Means to Be an Anti-racist Teacher

#DisruptTexts co-founder Lorena Germán talks culturally sustaining pedagogy.

Carol Anderson on Voter Suppression: A Q&A with the Author of ‘One Person, No Vote’

Professor and author Carol Anderson explains how voter suppression remains alive and well—and how it’s hurting us all.

Segregation by Design

Our national understanding of segregation is incomplete unless we face the history of residential redlining. Richard Rothstein, author of 'Color of Law,' explains why.
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