You will not regret taking the time to explore this wonderful world. It does cost money, time, and planning. However … More
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The Fat Child by K.A. Robinson
People love you and are interested in you, unless you’re the fat child.
Service through Learning: MLK Day 2022
How can we work to make Dr. King’s dream a reality? Well, it starts with the person you see in the mirror.
Teaching is an Act of Willful Defiance
Those visions of winning Educator of the Year awards, writing best selling books, or watching Hollywood make a biopic made about your work, may be on the minds of a few who enter into this field. But I firmly believe that when people decide that teaching is what they want to do, it is because they want to see the world changed.
The Lessons I Should’ve Taught – a teacher’s reflection
I’ve made decisions that I regret, and I took them as learning experiences…I’m human, not perfect, like anybody else
The Path Less Traveled /or/ Why the Hard Way is the Best Way by K.A. Robinson
I can promise you that there aren’t two people who have the exact same life experiences. Even if we are all here to get better at our craft, the paths that we all have in common is this one stop. We will leave today on different roads.
So, you Wanna Talk about Blind Nationalism?
The Olympics are back! Like many people, the Olympics are usually my favorite time of the sports calendar. The sight … More
A Dangerous Process
You ever wonder what a POC with a lot of white friends feels like when he thinks about his own blackness?
Well take a read here
So, You Wanna Talk about being Colorblind?
This is no april fool’s joke, my new series is live. Thank you so much for the support and feedback. Here’s my first post in “So, you wanna Talk bout being…
Why Your Well-Intended Kindness, in Response to Racism, is Actually Really Harmful -or- The Problem with All Lives Matter
At times, ideas and inspiration strike me in often weird times and I want to have a space to put … More