Tag: black teachers

Male Educators of Color Are Bringing Much Needed Change to Communities and Classrooms.

I’m excited about sharing the story of Thomas Murphy. Thomas is a community leader turned teacher. After witnessing first hand the work being produced by Profound Gentlemen, he took encouraging other males to lead youth in community programs and classrooms. He’s a great example of how men can be leaders in communities and classrooms. Male educators of color are bringing…

We Need White Allies To Not Remain Silent in These Times!

“Please Be Brave’ — Amid Pain and Fear“, states Kira Tookes, educational advocate and sister in the movement. She shares here words in this article originally posted by the 74! even in the midst of COVID19 and the racial atrocities happening across America, Kira finds hope that ally-ship and commitment to justice can create a new reality for our students…

I’ve Learned That Self Care Makes a Difference In the Sustainability of Black Male Teachers

Self-care for Black male teachers makes a positive difference in student achievement. Especially during this COVID-19 pandemic. The way we show up in our classrooms to positively impact the social and emotional development of our students is determined by how well we’ve implemented self care. However, this is most definitely impacted now that we aren’t physically able to go to…