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I am Black woman who mothers, co-learns and creates environments for change through education as is my calling. I am Brooklyn-born and Jersey raised, and from these local contexts have developed a global orientation towards countering anti-Blackness and using language as a means to both reveal and combat the dehumanization of Black people and all humanity. Wherever I go, I am in relationship with and accountable to my community and ancestors. They compel me to have my work honor the wealth inherent in maintaining these foundational connections.


I am a researcher and assistant professor of teacher education, languages and multilingualism, and have partnered with institutions that serve primary through adult learners as a consultant since 2016.  My scholarship and more information about my background can be found here. My primary research interests are language teacher preparation, learning and teaching and critical qualitative methods.

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Tasha Austin PhD, Founder



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