Paul C. Gorski is the founder of EdChange (http://www.EdChange.org) and an Associate Professor of Integrative Studies in George Mason University’s New Century College, where he teaches courses like Equity and Diversity in Education; Poverty, Wealth, and Inequality; Environmental Justice; Social Justice Education; and Animal Rights. He has taught similar courses for a wide range of institutions, including Hamline University, the University of Maryland—College Park, the University of Virginia, and the Humane Society University. He attended the University of Virginia for his B.A., M.Ed., and Ph.D., and is darn near finished with an M.F.A. in creative writing from Hamline University. He has written or co-edited 5 books and has written more than 50 essays on poverty and schooling, educational equity, White privilege, multicultural teacher education, and digital equity. Paul has visited almost every state in the United States and five continents speaking, presenting, and conducting workshops for schools, universities, and other organizations committed to moving beyond celebrating diversity and toward equity. He lives in Washington, DC, with his cats, Unity and Buster.