Category Archives: Meadow Dibble

Meadow Dibble is editor of The International Educator newspaper. Originally from Cape Cod, she lived for six years on Senegal’s Cape Verde Peninsula, where she published a cultural magazine from 1996–2000. Specializing in the literary expression of 20th-century liberation movements, she received her PhD from Brown University’s Department of French Studies and taught at Colby College from 2005–08. In 2018, Meadow launched Atlantic Black Box, a public history initiative devoted to researching and reckoning with New England’s role in the slave trade.

Juneteenth & the June Issue

How’s your neck today? Me, I’m feeling the whiplash. As editor of The International Educator newspaper, it’s my job to stay abreast of events that impact our sector so I can help to keep all of you informed in turn. … Continue reading

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Leaders of Color Launch “I Am Not a Virus” Campaign

The Association of International Educators and Leaders of Color decries anti-black discrimination in China prompted by the coronavirus pandemic and insists that schools respond. By Meadow Dibble TIE Editor Medical experts understand the importance of properly naming what ails us. … Continue reading

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Goodbye, Columbus

I write this farewell missive from the traditional homeland of the Wabanaki, or “People of the Dawnland,” a collective name for the indigenous populations that for the past 13,000 years have occupied the territory we now refer to as northern … Continue reading

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