Jeanine Staples is a Professor of Literacy and Language & African American Studies at the Pennsylvania State University. She is an educational anthropologist. Her new literacies scholarship, teaching, and coaching push forward anti-racist, anti-sexist, and anti-ableist education through a concept called Supreme Love. She calls experiences with racism, sexism, and ableism “terrors.” She does this to illuminate the serious, negating impact these ideological phenomena have on the emotional, psychological, and physical health of all people. Transformative healing of terrors, and (r)evolutions beyond them, happen through her work on three levels: the levels of Self, Schools, and Society.