Category: teaching

Social Justice, bell hooks and The New School

Social Justice, bell hooks and The New School

This article was originally published as an OpEd in The Free Press with the title: Justice: Are We Walking or Just Talking? By way of context, we had a series of events this fall at The New School that were built around...

Community Health and Nutrition Mapping in NYC

Community Health and Nutrition Mapping in NYC

This Friday I had the chance to help facilitate a workshop with the New York City Nutrition Education Network, better known as NYCNEN. Held at The New School, the workshop was part of their May General Meeting. The overarching theme for the...

Race Crisis Series – An Unfolding New School Story

Race Crisis Series – An Unfolding New School Story

More than a year ago I wrote a post about finding some buried New School treasure while working on a class lecture. The image was of MLK Jr. (at left) and it turned out to be part of a 1964 “Race Crisis”...

Talking about White Privilege – Pt. 1

Talking about White Privilege – Pt. 1

“We can overtly support white-supremacist racial projects. We can reject white supremacy and support racial projects aimed at a democratic distribution of power and a just distribution of resources. Or we can claim to not be interested in race, in which case...