The National SEED Project is proud to be both a presenter and a sponsor at the 26th National Conference on LGBT Equality: Creating Change, January 29 to February 2, 2014 in Houston, Texas. We'll be sponsoring the Schools and Education track of programming, and offering a workshop on "Laying the Foundation for Ongoing Conversations on Race and Gender in Schools."
This week, in our series of 20 questions that SEED Founder Peggy McIntosh answered about SEED for the Wellesley Centers for Women's Research & Action Report, she talks about how the SEED method of serial testimony can help teachers better see their frames of knowledge.
(For more on serial testimony, see also the essays "Serial Testimony as a Tool for Discussing Sensitive Racial Topics" and "Joining the SEED Circle.")
SEED leader and school librarian Debra Cardone explains how SEED helped her build a library collection "for the entire school community, to reflect the diversity there."