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25 Culturally Responsive Practices with Cornelius Minor Interview conducted on March 19, 2020 IMPACT Journal Cornelius Minor is an educator who works with practitioners across the nation to support equity in education. His book, We Got is, is a practical guide for school teachers and leaders on creating more inclusive practices. Minor has been featured in several media, including: Education Week, Teaching Tolerance Magazine, and has been a featured speaker all over the world. Impact Journal had a chance to talk with Minor about implementing culturally responsive practices in classrooms. Excerpts from the interview are featured below. A link to the entire audio interview may be found at the end of this article. Impact Journal ank you so much for agreeing to share your thoughts about culturally responsive practices. You're a true practitioner and we appreciate your time. Cornelius Minor ank you for having me. Cornelius Minor is an educator in Brooklyn who works with teachers and school leaders, to support equitable literacy reform. He authored the book, We Got is, which explores how to embed equity in our everyday choices—specifically in the choice to really listen to kids. He has partnered with e Teachers College Reading and Writing Project, e New York City Department of Education, e International Literacy Association, and Lesley University's Center for Reading Recovery and Literacy Collaborative. He has established e Minor Collective, with his wife Kass Minor, to foster sustainable change in schools. Click for more info.

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