By working with students, we co-create classrooms that ask probing questions about liberation, abolition, and the complexities of living in a world rife with harm. We apply historiography and current events to posit our own ways for understanding and addressing violence and harm in society. This applied method for teaching begets the kind of dreaming needed for Black liberation.
Teaching Assistant of Two Discussion Sections (30 students per section) on Zoom
Teaching Assistant for a class of 30 students on Zoom
Class of 30 incarcerated people at Lockhart Correctional Facility in person
Started and facilitated a national chapter of Study and Struggle, an abolitionist focused political education study group
Created and facilitated a nationwide political education group on abolition covering topics ranging from disability justice to anarchism.
Harrington Fellows Symposium, Amarillo, Texas
Introduction to LGBT Studies, Center for Women's and Gender Studies
Advanced Methods in Social Studies, College of Education
Gender and Racial Attitudes in Psychology, Department of Psychology
Beyonce Feminism, Rihanna Womanism, African and African Diaspora Studies Department
Elementary School Subjects, College of Education
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