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Emotional self care


centering on a cultural norm of self-care and community care  A culture of self-care and community care is when people care about each other’s physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual well-being and support time boundaries.  The culture is considerate of time zone difficulties, parental needs, personal health issues, etc.  Work plans include 20% of unscheduled time[…]

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Black people are experiencing grief on many levels.  The reality of a medical pandemic has killed one in every 645 Black people.  The on-going racial pandemic of white supremacy continues to prevent Black communities from thriving.   Black people need a space to begin to process grief and have practices for the journey ahead.  Trust[…]

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It’s a known fact that the average person spends ⅓ of their lives in the workplace. Still, that statement doesn’t account for commute time, mandatory overtime, later hours at the office, or the never-ending phone calls or emails that many supervisors expect answered even outside of work hours. Today’s society is driven by instant gratification,[…]

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“A lot of schools want Black Male Educators, but they don’t want to deal with what comes with a Black Male Educator,” said @teachman91 on Instagram on January 5, 2021. After sending this video to a few fellow Black Male Educators (BMEs), they shared how this video resonated with them.   Ahmad, a K-5 teacher[...]

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neith sankofa

An INVOCATION. In the tradition of the Liberatory Elite of our ancestors, the world is waiting for US to announce who we are, what we deserve, and how deliciously we want to receive and BE received. We make our own space by way of our presence. We answer with an embodied sacred yes to that[…]

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