The discussion guide for the moving film The Corridor, which follows a restorative education program in a SF jail is now available for free. Grateful to have been trusted to write it. Share widely! tinyurl.com/corridordiscuss
I love the complexity these guides allowed me to stretch towards in writing about themes presented in the film The Rise and Fall of the Brown Buffalo, about author and Chicano Movement activist Oscar Zeta Acosta. Discussion guide here. Education guide here.
I am extremely proud of this publication (free to download, $5 to purchase) that I designed in collaboration with students at the Bronx School for Law, Government and Justice, through the Center For Urban Pedagogy. View it here!
I'm proud to have been part of the team for this free resource — a multi-film discussion guide for the WorldChannel's Black History Month Toolkit — moving films, important subjects. Wonderful opening essay by Syreeta McFadden. You can find it here.
Reaching: A Creative Writing Workbook was originally created as a part of The Humans That We Are Prison Poetry Tour. Now the book is available for use personally, or in community. Grab your free copy here!
Get In the Way is a PBS film about civil rights leader and congressman John Lewis. I am proud to have written the educational guide to accompany the film. Download for free and use and share widely at getinthewaymovie.com!
A conversation with Janelle Hardy about the book The Giving Tree opened up layered thinking about how we give (especially as women) in the "helping professions," and the challenge of being in creative action. Listen here.