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When Black and White Children Grow Apart

Research shows that interracial friendships decline as kids enter adolescence—and that teachers may play a role. (The Atlantic, June 14, 2016)

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Anatomy of an Ally

In schools across the United States, students experience oppression based on their race, gender identity, religion, sexual orientation, socio-economic status, ability and other identities. (Teaching Tolerance, Number 53: Summer 2016)

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Why Talk About Whiteness?

“I don’t think I’ve ever come across anything that has made me aware of my race. I don’t believe there is any benefit of anybody’s particular race or color…” (Teaching Tolerance, Number 53: Summer 2016)

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On Working with Love and Urgency: Baltimore

Earlier this month, Kelly, Allen, and I had the opportunity to host a 3-day Art of Hosting (AoH) with the Impact Hub Baltimore… (Power and Privilefge 2.0, March 28, 2016)

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When White Women Cry

How White Women’s Tears Oppress Women of Color (ACCAPADI, Spring 2007 Volume 26, Number 2)

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Why intersectionality can’t wait

Intersectionality was a lived reality before it became a term. (Washington Post, September 24, 2015)

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Future of Diversity Symposium @ GDS

Embers Becoming Mighty Fires (Hopper Effect, October 16, 2015)

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Georgetown Day School

Office of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion

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Tim Merry

Tim Merry has been supporting diverse stakeholders to come together to launch, sustain and grow innovative initiatives for over 16 years.

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