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Bill Howe has been an educator for 35 years in the U.S. and Canada and has given over 400 workshops, lectures and keynotes on diversity, multicultural education and organizational development. He is a regular presenter at state and national conferences, has appeared on both radio and television on diversity issues. Over the past fifteen years, he has trained over 14,000 educators in multicultural education.
Teaching may not be the oldest profession, but probably the most noble.
Multicultural education expert joins ASU’s ‘Inside the Academy’ Posted: November 26, 2014 James A. Banks Recognized globally as the “father of multicultural education,” James A. Banks is the latest esteemed scholar to be interviewed for Arizona State University’s “Inside the Academy.” The free, open-source online archive of conversations with America’s “best of the best” education […]
Source: http://racialmicroaggressions.wordpress.com/2014/08/18/how-can-teachers-reduce-racial-microaggressions/ Teachers, consider the possibility that you may unconsciously commit racial microaggressions in the classroom? Watch this short video, titled ‘The Invisible Discriminator’ – Stop. Think. Respect. This Public Service Announcement provides clear examples of microaggressions in everyday life. Racial microaggressions such as these may occur across all types of interracial communications; however, those that have the potential for the greatest […]
Call for the Ninth Annual Transgender Lives Conference Workshop Proposals Deadline for Proposals is December 19th! Our Ninth Annual Transgender Lives: The Intersection of Health and Law Conference will be held on Saturday April 25, 2015 at the UConn Health Center in Farmington, Ct. in preparation for this conference we are announcing […]
Congratulations to Icy Smith of East West Discovery Press for being chosen this year as the winner of the MULTICULTURAL CHILDREN’S PUBLICATION AWARD (2014) from the National Association for Multicultural Education (NAME – www.nameorg.org). Ms. Smith was recognized for two remarkable publications “Three Years and Eight Months” and “Half Spoon of […]
One day, in front 36 riotous sophomores, I clutched my chest and dropped to my knees like Sergeant Elias at the end of Platoon. Instantly, dead silence and open mouths replaced classroom Armageddon. Standing up like nothing had happened, I said, “Thanks for your attention — let’s talk about love poems.” I never used that […]
| Next White Privilege Explained In 3 Easy (ish) Steps Share Though people dumped on Bill O’Reilly for not understanding white privilege, the truth is most white people don’t understand it. I know I didn’t — until it was thoroughly explained to me in a full semester graduate school course. […]
October 24, 2014 “Wow, you’re so articulate.” “Are you the cleaning lady?” “Do you have a Ph.D.?” “James? What’s your real Asian name?” You’ve heard (or heard of) statements like these. Students and scholars call them “microaggressions”—casual, everyday comments and questions that might not rise to the level of a verbal altercation or […]
NAME 2014 Conference Theme for the 24th International Conference – www.nameorg.org Hilton Golf & Tennis Resort • Tucson AZ – Nov. 5 – 9, 2014 Theme: Dismantling Fronteras through Multicultural Education: Con Comunidad, Cariño y Coraje This popular component of annual NAME Conferences offers opportunities to interact with some our leading scholars in these […]