February 11, 2009 · 5:04 am
I’ve been thinking about BHM, and wanted to say something about it on ARL, so I did a little digging. The first thing I came up with was Cynthia Tucker’s article that was published locally in the Chronicle on 2/9/09. I think Tucker did a brilliant job elucidating the issues around keeping up the tradition, while simultaneously looking forward to better days. I hope to share this with my students. Let’s hear your thoughts.
Black history is the nation’s history by Cynthia Tucker via the San Francisco Chronicle
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January 19, 2009 · 5:21 pm
I was proud to be part of a project conceived by Brian McMullen that ran in the special Inauguration section of Sunday’s SF Chronicle.
Post-its to the President-Elect
Forty messages from Bay Area people, collected over seven days by San Francisco resident Brian McMullen
I think the ones about teaching are especially thoughtful.