Because of “Watchmen.” Decades of historians have been trying to let the world know about this massacre, and it took an alternate history comic book drama to break the wall of racism. IDK whether to laugh or cry, but let no one say fiction has no power in the real world. https://twitter.com/TheRoot/status/1230603614206517250
#k12media #medialiteracy key concept: all media contain political and social implications. Clothing often becomes a discussion point for women in political life. How can this change the discussion? Why might this company wish to connect their brand to politically active women? https://twitter.com/mmlafleur/status/1229790210696806402
Yes, it’s true! We’re lending clothes to any woman running for public office at any level. Are you #readytorun? Reach out to us at email@example.com with your name, location, and description of the office you’re running for and we’ll be in touch. #inmymm
Please read this list #OntEd. More than half of the council is vacant or expired.
Than please look at photography posted by the mpp in charge of education for Ontario. Note the strategic placement of camera to suggest a larger group.
This is an important article, and pairs well with a recent @A_M_L_ post (bias alert: post written by me) about the desire for “BHM book lists” (see https://aml.ca/a-collection-of-collections-examining-black-history-month-book-recommendations-for-kids/) #K12media #medialiteracy https://twitter.com/edutopia/status/1229198022497665025
Why confine black history to February? “Teaching students about important people is a great thing—even better is doing it in the context of your lessons, rather than in a set-aside month.” — @UrbanEdDJ
#BlackHistoryMonth #BHM https://www.edutopia.org/article/teaching-black-history-culturally-responsive-ways