Arlene R.H. Pincus: We who abhor and fear these laws should examine other social justice efforts that have changed public opinion and informed actual legislation.
Arlene R. H. Pincus
Arlene R. H. Pincus grew up in a Brooklyn housing project and learned passion for social justice from her parents, Bea and Herb Honig. A retired educator, she has taught multiple grades from 1st through high school. Arlene served as a district language arts coordinator and then as a long-time elementary school principal in South Orange and Maplewood in New Jersey. She has also taught literacy education to undergraduate and graduate students.
Arlene earned her BA from Brooklyn College, her Masters from NYU, and her Ph.D. in literacy and learning at Fordham University at Lincoln Center. She has published multiple articles about education and served as the primary editor of Tips form the Experts, a book published by the New Jersey Branch of the International Dyslexia Association.
Arlene now lives in San Diego, where she active in Showing Up for Racial Justice San Diego.