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Vennieta Grant, M.Ed
@loveteachrepeat Venietta is a middle school English teacher and curriculum writer in California who focuses on anti-racist and social justice education.
@mr_lyon_4th Nate is a 4th grade teacher who works on making school as inclusive as possible, advocating for students in the LGBTQ community.
@thebookwrangler Mike is a school librarian who uses his platform to promote queer-inclusive books and encourage reading.
Dr. Anael Alston
@DrAAlston Dr. Anael is an education advocate, former principal, TEDx speaker, and author who advocates for equitable teaching practices.
@masonmessages Shareefah is a distinguished teacher and author who advocates for students of color.
@thetututeacher Vera is a teacher and author of children's books who promotes culturally responsive reading practices and advises other teachers.
@deonnasmith Deonna is an educator who advocates for inclusivity, anti-racism, and social justice in education, helping other educators to create welcoming learning environments.
@DenaSimmons Dena is a TED speaker, activist, and educator who advocates for SEL practices in schools.
@GholdyM Gholdy is an educator and author who wrote "Cultivating Genius", which introduces the Historical Literacy Framework, an actively anti-racist equitable teaching practice.
@ShanaVWhite Shana is an educator who advocates for marginalized people in education with a background in educational technology.