Book Review: The History of Institutional Racism in U.S. Public Schools (2018, Garn Press) by Susan DuFresne

I recently had the privilege of reading Dufresne’s powerful illustrated history of educational and institutional racism in the United States. Dufresne blends written narrative (which includes both research as well as personal experience) with the language of visual aesthetics. The result is a bittersweet composition of unspeakable sadness and indelible hope. The story unfolds notContinue reading “Book Review: The History of Institutional Racism in U.S. Public Schools (2018, Garn Press) by Susan DuFresne”

Interregnum Mile: Chapter Twelve

    CHAPTER TWELVE The preacher man’s hands shook fiercely as he held the tool deftly over the nano sensor, as he had done hundreds of times over the last several years. He strained to keep them steady, knowing that all these years of work, of sacrifice, could be blown with one wrong twitch. TheContinue reading “Interregnum Mile: Chapter Twelve”

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