Lisa Graustein (she/her) is the Board Chair of the W.C. Graustein Memorial Fund, whose mission is to achieve equity in education by working with those affected and inspiring all to end racism and poverty. As such, Lisa is working to dismantle the systems of oppression that have traditionally existed within grant-making to create new forms of wealth redistribution and social justice. Lisa holds a B.A. in Social Anthropology from Harvard University and a MEd in Racial Justice Education from Lesley University. Originally trained as a social studies and math teacher, Lisa taught as an openly Queer teacher in public schools in Boston for 20 years and now trains teachers and non-profit staff. She is a facilitator of the Beyond Diversity 101 workshops and a Quaker minister working at the intersection of racial justice, climate change, and reparations in her faith community.
Using Shared Language to Move Past Fear
Posted on April 21, 2021 by Lisa Graustein
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