in•formed \in-'fórmd\ adj
  1. having information

“Class, race, sexuality, gender and all other categories by which we categorize and dismiss each other need to be excavated from the inside.”– Dorothy Allison

Dismantling our own internal “isms” can be some of the hardest – and critically important – work we do in education. Expanding our knowledge, unhinging what we believe to be true and creating space for new – and sometimes opposing – truths is an important first step to dismantling and unlearning.

Use the resources in this section to expand your awareness, participate in transformative dialogue, and continue on your quest to create equitable education.