I had the opportunity to interview Françoise Thenoux for my second episode in this small series.
Françoise speaks about the importance of zooming in on content, and really challenging ourselves as educators to do the self-work needed to talk about all aspects of culture. Françoise touches on cultural intersectionality and why she does not approach one group as a monolith, but instead strives to have an inclusive classroom.
She also shares some ideas and resources that you can use in your classroom when trying to incorporate Arfo-Latinx and Black history into your curriculum, not just in February, but all year long.
You can find Françoise on Twitter: @TWSteacher