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We believe that equity, access, and wellness opportunities can and will unleash the potential – celebrate the Liberated Genius within.

 

Together We Can Be the Progress.

Be the Work.

From Our Liberated Genius Community

Being the work means putting on a social justice in education lens to view the world from a multicultural multidimensional level that allows us as educators to embrace how power and privilege impact our students, our communities and our own teaching styles. When we are the work, we take responsibility for the lives of young people in a new way. We commit ourselves to being change agents and advocates for social change. This is something that we need to do as a community and Dr. Warren-Grice is leading the charge! It is an honor to work by her side and learn from her while deepening my practice to be a social justice educator.

Aliah Mestrovich Seay

Extension Specialist for New Youth and Adult Audiences, K-State Research and Extension

I love working with April! I love her energy, her newness that she brings to this conversation. … youth culture… We have to use a different methodology, a different methodology and different means in terms of connecting with kids and teachers.
She is sincere and has the focus and vision to push social change.
Jessie Miles

Educational Consultant

I learned [from this retreat] to always be aware of yourself and how you will feed into that child; how you address that child. What you have going on in your personal space and how that affects the child. And how you can better develop the child if you are in a more conscious state. If you know yourself and who you are you will be more in tune with that child, because you are confident in feeding that child some gift that will allow that child to shine.

Sean Williams

Teacher

Together we can reimagine futures and transform the lives of diverse youth by providing equitable opportunities through learning and action.

We can celebrate and nurture the potential of every student. To do this, we need to be the work. Are you ready?

Let’s talk.

Black Panther: A Reflection of Blackness

The movie Black Panther was a hit for multiple reasons, one is because Black folks crave to see themselves represented in a positive light doing innovative and meaningful work. When the entire world saw these superheroes, it resonated with the hearts of Black people...
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Show Don’t Tell: Decolonize your classroom, syllabus, rules, and practices

You say you are trying to be socially just? How? Does your classroom, curriculum, rules, and actions match your words? What are you doing to be intentionally socially just? It’s not enough to talk a good game. Actions speak louder than words and we must be intentional...
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Calling All Dreamers

From Guest Blogger Ana Vargas Capistran, Learning Contigo, Founder and CEO   To the dreamers that are still dreaming out there: Don’t forget that we were once in harder times. Don’t forget that there was a time when we didn’t even exist to most people. Don’t...
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