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How Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Informs SEED Work

By SEED Co-Director Gail Cruise-Roberson.

Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. left a broad legacy of justice that still echoes today. One way to contemplate the values of his life is through a SEED (Seeking Educational Equity and Diversity) lens. The work we do as SEED leaders is informed by some key principles embodied by Dr. King and the women and men who led the Civil Rights Movement with him.

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I Thought I Knew All About Diversity—But There’s Always More to Learn

(Republished with permission from UCF Today. By Anjella Warnshuis, coordinator of administrative services for the University of Central Florida's Department of Political Science and a columnist with the UCF Forum opinion series.) I have many fond memories of listening to former UCF President John C. Hitt talk about the importance of being both diverse and inclusive. The items are equally important because we could be diverse and not get along, or we could be inclusive by all thinking alike—but diverse thoughts are needed for growth.

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Watch: SEED Co-Director Discusses "Magical Possibilities: Storytelling for Justice"

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SEED Co-director Jondou Chase Chen, senior lecturer in the Education, Equity and Society program of the University of Washington's College of Education, spoke recently at one of the College's brief faculty EduTalks and shared why storytelling is at the heart of SEED--and of educational justice.

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