The White Privilege in Resting Bitch Face

Recently, I sat outside for drinks at Big Bear Cafe in Washington, DC and overheard a conversation about a newborn baby. Young, white parents met with their friends and exchanged standard questions about their recent transition into parenthood. After discussing the baby's sleep habits and the experience of breastfeeding, one of the mother's friends leaned … Continue reading The White Privilege in Resting Bitch Face

Resistance Through Teaching STEM

The 2016 presidential election ushered in a series of challenging conversations in my urban classroom. The work we do as educators is inherently political and our beliefs, and biases will undoubtably surface through our interactions with students. Teaching, when done purposefully, can be an act of resistance. After completing my Teach for America commitment, I … Continue reading Resistance Through Teaching STEM