Mai Research Artivism features research conducted by Josephine in partnership with other collaborators / creators. Each resource blends critical theory, counterstorytelling, multimodal data, and sequential art to communicate racial justice pedagogies of K-12 educators of Color, specifically:

  • Embodied Practices: attunement with embodied and affective experiences of marginalized groups to guide and (re)design collective-oriented learning spaces
  • Social Movement Building: day-to-day practices that culminate towards large-scale action
  • Critical Race & Ethnic Studies: centering beauties, struggles, and experiences of communities of Color  

meet our creators

Jordan Brooks

Esther Sing-Yu Ho

Eunice Ho

Andrew Kohan

Nicky Rodriguez

Angel Trazo

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