Thank you for the reminder, Heidi and Christin! I put the actions in Word (attached) to make it easier to print. Maybe that helps others as well. Just cut the strips and chose randomly...
"In 100 days, I can ensure I am speaking only for myself, not for others, unless they give me permission. I can speak from my experiences, not others'."
The first part of this makes sense to me, especially the need to ask for permission. I'm not sure if I understand why I should always limit myself to speaking from my experiences. Aren't there times when it's appropriate to share others' stories as a form of advocacy? Yes, with permission, but if a student in adult education is also experiencing trauma because of past experiences of incarceration, because of discrimination based on legal status, because of poverty, isn't it our responsibility to be advocates? When is speaking from another person's experiences problematic?