Featured image: “Progress moves at the speed of trust. Collectively see, learn, do.” Association for Library Service to Children (ALSC) blog. Photograph source: https://www.alsc.ala.org/blog/2015/09/collaboration-for-learning-notes-from-the-public-libraries-stem-conference/public-libraries-stem-9 I submitted this comment to the City of Troy PRRC via email and via the Troy City Council’s public forum on March 25, 2021. To submit written comments to the CityContinue reading “Comment on the City of Troy Police Reform and Reinvention Collaborative Final Report”
Featured image: Thousands gathered at Troy’s Riverfront Park before marching through city streets Sunday afternoon, June 7, 2020. Photograph credit: Jesse King/WAMC. Photograph source: https://www.wamc.org/post/thousands-march-racial-justice-rally-troy I submitted this comment to the City of Troy PRRC via email and via the committee’s public forum on February 22, 2021. To submit written comments to the City ofContinue reading “Comment Submitted to the City of Troy Police Reform and Reinvention Collaborative”
Here’s my schedule: Friday, July 12 1–2pm, Salon 3: The Real Middle Ages, Part 1: Europe (Moderating) Medieval Europe was a hotbed of interaction among people of different cultures and ethnicities, so there’s no reason for fantasy novels with medieval-like settings to be blandly homogeneous. Panelists will discuss how popular narratives of medieval Europe misrepresentContinue reading “I’m at Readercon 30!”
In November 2018, the US Department of Education published a Notice of Proposed Rulemaking on the Federal Register regarding Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972 (Title IX). During the following notice-and-comment period, I submitted the following comment to the Department of Education outlining my concerns regarding the proposed changes to Title IX.