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Community leaders from Tucson and Phoenix will take part in a national "votercade" to fight voter suppression and get into "good trouble."
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"Most social movements become social moments when they appear in a public square," says Seyla Benhabib, a professor o...
Games can be the perfect tool to introduce and teach social emotional learning skills to kids and young adults. These are the skills that help kids become more self-aware, develop positive relationships, show empathy towards others, manage emotions, use self-control, resolve conflicts, and make posi
We breakdown what does BIPOC stand for and why should start using the term to be more inclusive to a bigger group of people.
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I don’t know if have the right words to convey the many emotions that have come up regarding black lives matter; but, I’m going to try.
Intuitive Movement: How to Build a Movement Menu — Registered Dietitian Columbia SC - Rachael Hartle
Let’s face it - our cultural relationship with exercise is pretty messed up. With no pain, no gain as a mantra, we often overlook more pleasurable types of movement, or shorter exercise sessions we don’t think will count. This post teaches one of our favorite tools for building a more intuitive relationship with movement - how to build a movement menu!
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Why Do People Lie? People lie for various reasons such as, but not limited to: appear credible, appeal to someone,
Uzo Aduba, Katie Holmes & Ieshia Evans Reenact Iconic Images of Social Change We revisited three moments of defiant activism over the past century, and then asked three prominent thinkers to discuss how far we’ve come—and how far we still have to go. Roxane Gay reflects on the current resistance and its roots in the women’s liberation movement, as re-created here by Katie Holmes.
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You say you are trying to be socially just? How? Does your classroom, curriculum, rules, and actions match your words? What are you doing to be intentionally socially just? It’s not enough to talk a good game. Actions speak louder than words and we must be intentional by focusing on what we want as opposed…
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