Donald Quick is a science educator at Rosemead High School and a parishioner at All Saints Episcopal Church, Pasadena. He has participated in and co-facilitated My Work To Do online affinity spaces, fostering anti-racist understandings and stamina building for social justice work. Don is especially interested in anti-racism work in the education system. There, he has worked to bolster participation in the local teachers union and public school district meetings. “I am inspired every day by my wife, my son, and my daughter,” he says. Don earned BA degrees in English and biology at UC Santa Barbara. He also holds a teaching credential from Cal State Los Angeles and a master’s degree from Cal State Fullerton.
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