Beatrice S. Fennimore has focused over 25 years of university teaching, activism, and scholarship on areas related to child advocacy, social policy, public school equity, social justice, and multicultural/anti-bias education. She is a professor of education at Indiana University of Pennsylvania in the Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education, where she teaches a wide range of undergraduate, graduate, and doctoral courses. Dr. Fennimore was a visiting professor at Teachers College, Columbia University, during the 2008–2009 academic year; she also served Teachers College as an adjunct professor for more than 25 years. Among Dr. Fennimore’s publications are Child Advocacy for Early Childhood Educators and Talk Matters: Refocusing the Language of Public Schooling (Teachers College Press), “Know Where You Stand and Stand There” and “Responding to Prejudiced Comments: A Four-Step Method That Works” (Childhood Education), “Equity Is Not an Option in Public Education” (Educational Leadership), and “Brown and the Failure of Civic Responsibility” (Teachers College Record). Dr. Fennimore recently co-edited, with Dr. A. Lin Goodwin, Promoting Social Justice for Young Children (2011).