I Don’t Arrive Until We’ve All Arrived

I just finished a monthlong journey of learning about how to listen to and give space for Indigenous voices in classroom settings. Even though I'm not in the classroom (right now!) I took away so much from the class. The history I don't know, the posture I can take when learning, and small things I … Continue reading I Don’t Arrive Until We’ve All Arrived

Recalibrating Toward Rest

I've never really been cutting edge. Growing up, my clothes were hand-me-downs from my fashionable cousin. I get most of my books from the library, so it's rare I'm reading material that came out at the last minute. Maybe it's because I'm such a processor that I have to sit with new ideas for a … Continue reading Recalibrating Toward Rest

Books to See the Other

I was reflecting on books that have helped me to understand those we have labeled as┬áThe Other. Whether from a different socioeconomic background, a different culture, or a different political viewpoint, I think it's important to read books that challenge our own worldview. I've referenced many of these books already, but in case you're looking … Continue reading Books to See the Other