Feminine Pronoun Consultants LLC

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This 27 page booklet is a step by step week long workshop designed to (1) introduce participants to the difference between, personal bias and structural "isms", (2) walk participants through identifying their gifts and how they might dovetail with
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Paulo Friere wrote, “Washing one's hands of the conflict between the powerful and the powerless means to side with the powerful, not to be neutral. ” This workbook was created to address the myth of the neutral classroom and was designed for first
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The objective of this lesson plan is to get students to question (1) why students are uniquely drawn to activism, (2) why college campuses our special breeding grounds for political engagement, And (3) what experiences may spur "Critical
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Never run out of ways to be inspired no matter where you are! We’re all on social media all the time. Why not use it to our advantage? These fun and clever writing prompts turn our timelines into gold mines!
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Treasure Shields Redmond is a St. Louis metro based poet, speaker, diversity and inclusion coach, and social justice educator. Her book chop: a collection of kwansabas for fannie lou hamer (Argus house press, 2015) focuses on the life of civil rights activist Fannie Lou Hamer. Over a 20 year educational career, Treasure has facilitated dialogues about poetry, pedagogy, and justice. Combining her gifts (writing, coaching, and presenting) with her passion (diversity and inclusion), Treasure is able to lead strategic plan writing and facilitate beginning dialogues about race, gender, class, and ability. Presently, Treasure divides her time between being an assistant professor of English at Southwestern Illinois College and doctoral studies at Indiana University of Pennsylvania. Treasure writes about issues of social justice on her website at www.femininepronoun.com.

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