I can think of any number of times in my past mission-work related life when I mimicked what I saw on television and on social media from white folks and NGOs on the ground in the global south. Images of black and brown children or adults with me at the helm, living my...

When I was teaching social justice education full time to middle school students, I realized I wouldn't be able to teach the fundamentals of privilege, partnership, and dignity without first laying the foundatino of the importance of listening. We know that one of the...

MISSION TRIPS⛑
Ask yourself these 16 questions and more before agreeing to or planning a spring break mission trip. 

1. Have you ever spent a significant amount of time living in community without having a supervisory role there?

2. Do you speak the language?

3. Do...

Google "missionary" and you're more than likely to have your screen populated with images of smiling black children and black mothers hailing white doctors and teachers as their personal saviors abroad. This is branding carefully cultivated to maintain white privilege...

Schools and Religious Organizations often face the pressures of their institutions to create service-learning programs that are impressive and make the school or organization appear to be on the cutting edge of social innovation and charitable giving. Church Mission Tr...

Zanmitay Collective got to interview radical educator Britt Hawthorne this week, and we are feeling super inspired. Read on to learn more from Britt!

Britt Hawthorne, Radical Educator and founder of the Learner's Schoolhouse

About Britt: Britt Hawthorne is Montessori Dir...

Zanmitay Collective is so happy to feature Eva-Maria Trinkaus, our first international scholar and educator dealing with feminism, agism, and intercultural education. Check out what Eva-Maria has to say about teaching intergenerational language classes in Austria and h...

We are so excited to feature our Radical Educator and Community Influencer, Bie Aweh! Check out Bie's interview below and get inspired by her daily work to transform her community and inspire others to do the same! 

Bie is the creator of #30NOTUNDER30KILLINIT. Bie’s pas...

Fritz Jacques Bernardin is a Haitian musician, composer, and educator from Port-au-Prince, Haiti. He currently resides in New York City, where he is working on completing his first album and partnering with Zanmitay Collective on translations, interpretations, and work...

Fritz J. Bernardin tradui 29 janvye 2018

Samedi 20 janvye a, Fritz ake'm te kwaze zanmi nou; avoka dwa imigrasyon e pwofesè. Nou te ale nan kafou 72yèm ri e Santral Pak Wès kote nou t'ap pale de tout manifetasyon nou ale ansanm depi jou Prezidan Trump te monte sou pouvw...

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