Joy Lawson Davis on writing “Bright, Talented & Black”

I am very pleased to re-publish this guest post by Dr. Joy Lawson Davis on why she wrote her book Bright, Talented & Black: A Guide for Families of African American Gifted Learners (you can also read an excerpt of her book and my review). Dr. Davis and Bright, Talented & Black are making a real difference in schools and families across the …

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A Minority Approach to Writing, by E. Victoria Flynn

Note from Lisa: I am thrilled today to share a guest post by fellow Wisconsin author E. Victoria Flynn. Read more about her in the bio, below, and be sure to connect with her on Twitter and Facebook. A Minority Approach to Writing by E. Victoria Flynn Natalie Goldberg insists, “Keep the hand moving.” It’s …

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