Owning Our History

Originally Published in the Greater Park Hill News, Feb 2nd, 2021 It’s Time For Reflection And Action In Our Classrooms By Erin Pier For the GPHN Erin Pier Over the past year, Americans have been confronted with numerous examples of irrefutable racism. Ahmaud Arbery....

EdEquity: Five Ways To Be Antiracist

Originally published on Oct 1st in the Greater Park Hill News by Erin Pier For the GPHN Committing To A Long Journey Toward Equality Erin Pier In August, Park Hill Neighbors for Equity in Education (PHNEE) introduced EdEquity Corner, a monthly Zoom meeting that...

When Brain Betrays Heart

Originally published in the Greater Park Hill News on Sept 2nd, 2019. How Our Education System Fuels Implicit Bias Very few people openly identify as sexist, racist, or homophobic. In fact, many will loudly proclaim their support for marginalized groups while...

What Is An Inclusive School?

Adapted from remarks made by Andrew Lefkowits Raising Inclusive Kids Workshop with Dr. Jennifer Harvey Montview Presbyterian Church – April 14, 2018   We have six amazing elementary schools in our neighborhood- two charters – Roots and Odyssey, and 4...