Dr. Krishauna Hines-Gaither (l) and Dr. Cécile Accilien (r) during their writing retreat in Spartanburg, SC. Dr. Cécile Accilien and Dr. Krishauna Hines-Gaither have received a publishing contract with Routledge Press. Learn more about their recent writing retreat! Routledge Press recently invited me to contribute to a new book series titled, "The Antiracist Classroom." Along with… Continue reading My Book Deal! My Writing Retreat!
Julian and Krishauna's International Wedding Party I was raised in predominantly African American working class communities. I had very few interactions with Asian-Americans and Pacific Islanders. I did not have an Asian friend until high school, and her Cambodian family was the only Asian family in our high school that I recall. When I went… Continue reading Solidarity with Asian Communities: My Story
https://pcls.princeton.edu/event/krishauna-hines-gaither/ Although this event is closed to the public, I thought my Cup of Diversity family would like to know about it. I am honored to present a workshop to Princeton's Center for Language Study on antiracism in world languages. James Rankin, Senior Lecturer of German and Director of the Princeton Center for Language Study… Continue reading Dr. Krishauna Hines-Gaither to Speak at Princeton University
When you have been facilitating Anti-Racism training with the same person for 3 years in schools, colleges & universities, non-profits, small businesses and corporations and a participant writes: "Your presentation/training was excellent today. I so appreciate the wisdom, passion, knowledge and important content that you shared with us. You continue to do remarkably good work… Continue reading Anti-Racism Training Praise
Register here (Free)! https://sites.google.com/view/abolitionistteachingbookclub/home View conference details/registration here: https://sites.google.com/view/abolitionistteachingbookclub/home Dr. Krishauna Hines-Gaither will lead a book discussion for world language educators on the Bettina L. Love text on Abolitionist Teaching. Join the over 8,000 who have already registered from 50 states and 24 countries.