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Recent Blog Posts

Drew’s Notebook: Red Velvet Cake

Red Velvet Cake On the necessity of an occasional sweet addition Originally published June 11th, 2024 on Uncle Drew’s Substack – Please subscribe there. As a big-hearted and large-framed socialist, a good dessert always provides me with an opportunity to organize. After my annual physical on Thursday, during which the tardy physician almost exclusively lectured […]

Drew’s Notebook: On Freedom

Originally Published at Uncle Drew’s Substack My dear friend, Sweet Corey-Bey, visited Austin a couple weeks ago to attend the Austin Blues Festival with me. An accomplished musician in their own right, Sweet took on their first visit to Texas with a wide grin and their smooth style. I took them to a few Austin staples, like […]

Gaza and the Growing Attack on Social Justice Teaching

Originally Published via rethinking schools Twenty-two million public school students, almost half of all children going to public schools, now live in states that have enacted restrictions on anti-racist teaching. As a result, a 2023 RAND Corporation survey found that nearly two-thirds of teachers in the United States decided to limit discussions about political and social […]




Each October, members of the Dignity in Schools Campaign (DSC), a national coalition of over 100 organizations, host a series of events, teach-ins, rallies, protests and workshops across the country designed to bring attention to the ongoing and devastating impacts of school policing and zero-tolerance discipline policies.

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