Enid Lee in D.C. for Teaching for Change Fellowship

We were honored to host nationally renowned educator Enid Lee in D.C. for the month of July, 2016 as a Teaching for Change fellow. The fellowship was made possible by a grant from the Open Society Foundations. Enid Lee works with school districts across the country to create equitable schools and is the author/editor of over 30 […]

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Rethinking Malcolm X: Enid Lee and A. Peter Bailey in Conversation

Teaching for Change co-hosted “Rethinking Malcolm X: Enid Lee and A. Peter Bailey in Conversation” on October 23, 2013, at Busboys and Poets in Washington, D.C. Internationally respected educator Enid Lee and journalist A. Peter Bailey, past president of the New York Association of Black Journalists, challenged the traditional textbook portrayal of Malcolm X, focusing on his perspectives on international politics, self-defense, and […]

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Enid Lee: Putting Race on the Table

“Never get used to injustice. It is an unnatural condition. Even if you can’t remove the injustice today, continue to call it by its correct name.” —Enid Lee Enid Lee is a “front line teacher,” teacher educator, researcher, writer, consultant, facilitator, and speaker. She has taught in the Caribbean, Canada, and the United States. Lee consults […]

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Beyond Heroes and Holidays Editor on Panel with Claudette Colvin

In 1955, at the age of 15, Claudette Colvin refused to give up her seat on a Montgomery bus to a white person, in violation of local law. Her arrest preceded that of Rosa Parks by nine months. The following year she became the star witness in the federal case, Browder v. Gayle, that desegregated the Montgomery buses. […]

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Enid Lee is Multicultural Educator of the Year

Enid Lee, co-editor of Beyond Heroes and Holidays, received the Pritchy Smith Multicultural Educator Award at the 2008 National Association of Multicultural Education (NAME) Annual Conference in New Orleans, Louisiana. Here is an excerpt from her remarks: I accept this award on behalf of the children of Katrina whom we have lost and also for the […]

Category: 2009, News · Tags:

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