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Self-care isn’t just an essential part of communal care, it is what makes community possible.
I wish I could have told my teachers about the microaggressions I was experiencing, but children don’t have the words to talk about racism until they’re taught them.
Our #BrooklynGives campaign starts today! See the latest update.
The manufactured controversy over the supposed teaching of critical race theory in K-12 schools is being used to outlaw and suppress discussions of race, racism, and a fact-based teaching of history.
We are honored that the Brooklyn Community Foundation has picked Morningside as a finalist for the Spark Prize. See the latest update.
"My self-care makes me possible because it sustains the source of my humanity," writes trainer Dionne Grayman.
Morningside Center is seeking a Senior Director of Operations and Finance to join our phenomenal team, and we're hoping that you can help spread the word about this leadership role.
Self-care is about more than candles and Epsom salt baths and exercise and sleep and saying no, says Morningside trainer Dionne Grayman.
How can educators acknowledge the anniversary of September 11th and educate students about the events of that day and their impact? We offer some perspective in two recent articles. For more, see our 9/11 Teaching Guide.