May 2020 Virtual Workshop Series, videos and materials

The Teach Los Angeles Regional Collaborative (Teach LARC) partners collaborated to organized a virtual conference in May 2020.  You can access the recorded sessions and materials from the Virtual Workshop Series on the statewide CCC-TPP website page: http://teacherprepprogram.org/events-and-calendar/virtual-workshop-series-may-2020-hosted-by-la-region/

$50,000 Leaders and Activists Grant (due 18 June 2020)

The Roddenberry Foundation is offering grants of $50,000 to individuals, community leaders and nonprofit leaders to drive social justice projects, organizations, and initiatives toward greater impact, or to create new initiatives related to civil rights & women’s rights. Round One Deadline: June 18, 2020 Complete registration and submit your application by 5:00p Pacific. Click Here toContinue reading “$50,000 Leaders and Activists Grant (due 18 June 2020)”

“Surviving the Pandemic: Seven Ways to Create a Culture of Belonging” -Michele Powers (via Law Practice Today)

Some things to think about, from my friend Michele. 💕 Link to article: https://www.lawpracticetoday.org/article/surviving-pandemic-seven-ways-create-culture-belonging/?

Free, Virtual Workshop Series (for Teachers, Faculty and Aspiring Educators) – May 2020

Organized by the TEACH Los Angeles Regional Collaborative (https://www.teachlarc.org/), this is a virtual workshop series offered over the month of May in alignment with National Teacher Appreciation Month. These series of workshops are presented independently by each college and/or university that hosts them. Registration is required for each LIVE workshop you want to attend.  (OnlyContinue reading “Free, Virtual Workshop Series (for Teachers, Faculty and Aspiring Educators) – May 2020”

For conspiracy theorists sharing false info from a “doctor”, here is info with citations backed by studies and peer-reviewed info debunking her repeatedly…

From Kat Montgomery (Surgical Pathology Fellow at Vanderbilt University Medical Center)… **EDITED TO ADD: I wrote this post to help my friends sort through misinformation and did not expect it to go viral. Several commenters have asked me to cite sources, and I agree that this is important to do. I still have a dayContinue reading “For conspiracy theorists sharing false info from a “doctor”, here is info with citations backed by studies and peer-reviewed info debunking her repeatedly…”

random thoughts on forced working-from-home…

On the outset, while many of my colleagues balked at the idea of not coming into an office every weekday, my staff and I were fine as 90% of our work involves a computer. 😀 That being said, the transition itself (to full-time at-home work) was the most difficult part of the process. As timeContinue reading “random thoughts on forced working-from-home…”

Google and it’s continuing ‘discrimination’ issues

Even with Google’s current dispute with the U.S. Department of Labor, about which an agency official testified/described as “systemic compensation disparities against women pretty much across the entire workforce; and another DOL official told The Guardian that “compelling evidence of very significant discrimination against women in the most common positions at Google headquarters” had been discovered; apparently some menContinue reading “Google and it’s continuing ‘discrimination’ issues”

“11 Signs of Gaslighting in a Relationship” -Stephanie Sarkis Ph.D.

This is only a small part of an article from Psychology Today. It can be found in its entirety here: https://www.psychologytoday.com/blog/here-there-and-everywhere/201701/11-signs-gaslighting-in-relationship People who gaslight typically use the following techniques: 1. They tell blatant lies. 2. They deny they ever said something, even though you have proof. 3. They use what is near and dear to youContinue reading ““11 Signs of Gaslighting in a Relationship” -Stephanie Sarkis Ph.D.”