What I Learned During Pittsford Central School District’s PTSA Diversity & Inclusion Committee Meeting | by Calvin Eaton

What I Learned During Pittsford Central School’s PTSA Diversity & Inclusion Committee Meeting by Calvin Eaton Two black women leading the charge to speak truth to power all while putting their own bodies, minds, and soul on the line in order to protect their black children against a racist system đź—ą A standing room onlyContinue reading “What I Learned During Pittsford Central School District’s PTSA Diversity & Inclusion Committee Meeting | by Calvin Eaton”

Congressman’s White Fragility Shatters Before Our Eyes | Guest Blog By Erin Egloff

We are pleased to share guest posts by local Rochester community members throughout this year’s 2nd Annual Digital Black History Month Education Campaign Congressman’s White Fragility Shatters Before Our Eyes by Erin Egloff On Wednesday, February 27, criminal and all-around weasel Michael Cohen testified in front of the U.S. House Committee on Oversight and Reform.Continue reading “Congressman’s White Fragility Shatters Before Our Eyes | Guest Blog By Erin Egloff”

A Wednesday Word From the Director | Hate Is Just Too Great A Burden to Bear

Dear Community, This month has literally zipped by faster than we could bat an eye partly because it is the shortest month of the year but also because it has been jammed packed with all sorts of national and local tomfoolery and foolishness sandwiched between Black History Month celebrations. As Chief Content Officer I amContinue reading “A Wednesday Word From the Director | Hate Is Just Too Great A Burden to Bear”

Asian Americans and Affirmative Action: Some Thoughts about the Harvard Lawsuit | Guest Blog Post by Natasha Chen Christensen

We are pleased to share guest posts by local Rochester community members throughout this year’s 2nd Annual Digital Black History Month Education Campaign  Asian Americans and Affirmative Action: Some Thoughts about the Harvard Lawsuit by Natasha Christensen  I am a Taiwanese American sociology professor who has been following the Students for Fair Admissions v Harvard courtContinue reading “Asian Americans and Affirmative Action: Some Thoughts about the Harvard Lawsuit | Guest Blog Post by Natasha Chen Christensen”

Why Do You Still Need a Black History Month? | Guest Blog Post by Chris Thompson (XVII)

We are pleased to share guest posts by local Rochester community members throughout this year’s 2nd Annual Digital Black History Month Education Campaign day (XVII) Why Do You Still Need a Black History Month by Chris Thompson Why? I hear this question every February, along with, “When will we no longer need a specific month?”,Continue reading “Why Do You Still Need a Black History Month? | Guest Blog Post by Chris Thompson (XVII)”