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Recent Notes on Selected Topics
When I was a student in graduate school for Social work, I took an extended course called “Training in Intergroup Dialogue Facilitation: Skills for Multicultural Social Work Practice.” I also had the wonderful opportunity of[...]
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Helping your Social Justice Blog Work for You. In my last note I shared some code I found related to making video embeds responsive. Here’s an extra tip that I hope you find helpful. Note:[...]
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"I'd like for young people not to think of the people who were in the civil rights movement and [other] movements as special or somehow have something they don't have. Because we all started out with great innocence.
We were ordinary teenagers, and we were interested in changing something. And [we believed] that we can and that we must."