You may not see it and I may not have the funds of knowledge necessary to explain it properly, but there is a direct connection between science education and racial violence. It is why I became an activist, it is why I became an educator. It is why I moved to New York City, it … Continue reading What the fuck.
When I tell you this is my JAM. This is my jam. This is SWV - Weak 10:31PM at a bbq. I’ve long wondered why people aren’t talking more about the digital divide. I’ve come to realize that its because we live so entrenched within it it may seem nonsensical. What’s the point of talking … Continue reading IG Writing Challenge: “Addressing the digital divide, technical literacy for black and brown folks?”
Science has and always will be a muddled affair. I speak from experience, as well as observation of the ways in which over the course of my studies and teaching career I have not once heard two people describe what it is, what it is for, and where it has come from in the same … Continue reading On Science, and what might be missing from the discourse.
Biologically, I have spent 31 years on this planet. Spiritually, I have spent thousands. My journey, as I'm sure many of yours' are, is a never-ending undulation of the ways in which this temporal recognition of our time here (and there) manifest. I am my biological, soulful self. As an educator, a teacher, I exist … Continue reading The Journey of a Lifetime