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Recently I got to share some brief words with Complex.com on why third party voting isn’t what you’ve been told. […]

So the internet is a peculiar place. Some days you’ll find everything you need, other days you’ll search low and […]

I recently had the honor of being featured in Huffington Post’s Science in their exploration of “the science of racism.” While […]

I was recently interviewed by Rose Hackmen for the Guardian on their story about the McKinney Pool incident. In the […]

This week I had the pleasure of joining Brian Lehrer on his television show to talk about the uprisings in […]

The recent conviction of 11 Atlanta Public School employees has stirred conversations about corruption, cheating and education’s future. In this […]

Can you breathe?

December 3, 2014 · 3 Comments

Can you breathe? Reflections on Non-Indictments, Activism and Black Life There isn’t enough ink to express our pain. Day after […]

After many years of research and writing, my first book, Inequality in the Promised Land: Race, Resources and Suburban Schooling […]

I was on the interwebs today and saw a friend posted a link to a list of NYC educators of […]

Recently, California Superior Court issued a ruling that gutted teacher tenure laws in the state. I was surprised /disturbed at […]