In addition to providing occasional perspectives on pedagogy, this blog will often be a reflection on my social media posts, drawing on some combination or synthesis of posts/insights that I have boosted on Facebook or Twitter.
I'll start with this image, posted a few days ago by Syreeta Neal on a Facebook group to which we both belong:
Image description: text stating “Calling it *imposter syndrome*” hides the fact that _oppressive systems_ teach many of us to actively *suppress* and *hate* ourselves. It’s _not_ imposter syndrome, it’s the *consequences* of oppression. - Blair Imani” - text between asterisks is highlighted in dark yellow.
As I mentioned on Facebook, I think it's especially relevant for folks who are from non-dominant identities in a particular area of academia or professional work (and that might mean different identities in different contexts). And...
Reflections on equity and justice in pedagogy, music, disability