Note from the Editor – Spring 2021

Dear Readers, We hope that spring is bringing a renewed sense of hope into your lives. You have probably noticed that in almost every issue of LILIPOH for the past two years we have included at least one Spanish language translation in the magazine. In past years, LILIPOH has worked closely with a team in China to translate complete issues ... Read More ►

Representation Matters: Updating Waldorf in the Home to Address the Problem of “White as Default”

By Jasmine Rose “The beauty of anti-racism is that you don’t have to pretend to be free of racism to be an anti-racist. Anti-racism is the commitment to fight racism wherever you find it, including in yourself. And it’s the only way forward.”— Ijeoma Oluo   Growing up white in North America, having any awareness of race and racism is ... Read More ►

Note from the Editor- Winter 2021

Dear Readers, I hope you can all make some space in your lives for deep thinking, contemplation, gardening, visits to a farm, for community, for family, for good meals with those in your household, or if you are still quarantining alone, with your pet, or with a friend on Zoom. Make time for that which nourishes you and helps build ... Read More ►

Letter from the Editor

Dear LILIPOH Friends and Family, In such a time of continued social destabilization, I am provided with a sense of normalcy to be putting the finishing touches on the 101st issue of LILIPOH, and to be writing this letter to you. Our advertisers and readers have stood by us during this rollercoaster of a year. We are doing our best ... Read More ►

Views from the Field: 21 Observations, Tips, and Questions from Teachers on Virtual Teaching and Learning

by Liz Beaven, EdD Most schools have launched a new school year in a start like no other with the majority of classes being offered virtually or in hybrid format. How do we approach Fall 2020 with its continuous requirement to develop and adopt plans, change adopted plans, then repeat as circumstances shift? How do we align our belief in ... Read More ►

Anti-Racism Resources

Compiled by Christy Korrow 21-Day Racial Equity Habit-Building Challenge from Food Solutions New England “While the scheduled twenty-one days of this year's Racial Equity Challenge wrapped up in April, we invite you to make use of this materials throughout the year. FSNE invests a significant amount of time and energy updating and improving the Challenge every year and it's our ... Read More ►

Take Action

- Resources compiled by Christy Korrow Vote. When We All Vote is a non-profit, nonpartisan organization that is on a mission to increase participation in every election and close the race and age voting gap by changing the culture around voting, harnessing grassroots energy, and through strategic partnerships to reach every American. Run for Something. Call your local county election ... Read More ►