TAP Trainee Mikayla Morin reflects on what teaching for social justice really means
TATIP travels uptown to the Langston Hughes House hosted by I, Too Arts Collective
TATIP trainees present their collaborative arts lessons in the third installment of TATIP
Our partners at Linklaters helped make this year's anthology publication a huge success!
TATIP Trainee Carolyn Clark talks about social justice in the classroom and what it means to her.
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