NEWSLETTER ARCHIVE

Police and Prison Abolition

REMINDER WEEK 50  – JUNE 6, 2021 Before we forget, here’s our website of past newsletters, here’s a link to subscribe to our Patreon, here’s an anonymous question bank for anyone who wants to keep their questions private, here’s a fund tracker that breaks down how we spend our money, and here’s the link to sign up to receive these newsletters if someone …

Police Unions

Hi friends, We have missed you! Sorry we are so late with this (this email has been in our drafts for 3.5 weeks now but life is chaotic and what can you do?) So it goes – the past month has been all over the place but that doesn’t change our commitment to showing up here. …

Copaganda

NEWSLETTER WEEK 48  – APRIL 27, 2021 Hi friends, Before we get into the history of policing we want to pause a moment to share the names of just a few of the people who were killed by the police just in the week that has passed since our last newsletter. It feels important, albeit …

Other Ways Racism Is Embedded in the Education System

NEWSLETTER WEEK 45  – APRIL 6, 2021 Hi friends, We didn’t mean to take an accidental sabbatical but life happens sometimes. We can start with some fun personal updates: Ellie’s back in the classroom doing hybrid teaching and skiing the final snow-covered weekends of the year in Colorado, Hayden’s finishing her junior year at Cornell, …

Education: Antiracist Districts, Schools, Classrooms, and Teachers

NEWSLETTER WEEK 42  – MARCH 16, 2021 Hi friends, To borrow the wise words of our friend Dr. Keiko Cooley, “Our past experiences shape the lens through which we view the world.” Our past experiences within the education system are no exception. In fact, education molds us in such formative ways that it is often …

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