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Greg McVerry

My #100DaysQuotesofColor Challenge #literacies

After Marcelle Haddix keynote at the Literacy Research Association I examined my last theory of change for a #literacies grant and realized I did not

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After Marcelle Haddix keynote at the Literacy Research Association I examined my last theory of change for a #literacies grant and realized I did not cite one scholar of color.

I spent the intersession learning and reading about scholars of color in the field of education. While it is a risk of pithy appropriation, rather than deep understanding, decided to do a #100DaysOfQuotesOfColor.

Every day I share a quote from someone I am learning about with an image from an artist who support the Commons.

Long term I am doing a dive into the work of Maisha Winn, @David E. Kirkland, and  others to find the stories of reading and writing that better represent the world than my last attempt: https://jgregorymcverry.com/theoryofchange

I love Dewey and Jim Gee but they both have enough citations. there are tangential fields in critical race theory, art history, AND scholars in my own  field whose work I and other have ignored for too long.

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