As the first Black woman is appointed to the U.S. Supreme Court, there are lessons we can all learn about intersectionality, representation and our essential role in eliminating obstacles for young people.
Educators can take specific actions to make schools more supportive spaces for Black girls, whose trauma is often overlooked.
Many educators profess, as a virtue, that they treat all students the same. But when a student’s specific needs and story are erased, it’s not equitable—it’s damaging.
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