Ep 9 – The Only One (Part 2): SMOGDecember 19, 2018
Last week we talked about the fear we often hear around your kid being the “Only One” from the perspective of parents with kids who are currently in that position. In this episode, we look at it a little differently. Andrew looks back on his experience …
Ep 8 – The Only One (Part 1): SMOGDecember 12, 2018
The Smog – is all of the things that we hear and say about schools and parenting that push us towards greater segregation. “I don’t want my kid to be the only one” is one of these. It’s a tricky subject, so we’re going to break it up into two parts. Pa …
BONUS – An Update on Integrated SchoolsNovember 28, 2018
We couldn’t pull off a full episode this week, but we did want to update you on all the other things happening at Integrated Schools. The Two Tour Pledge – sign on here. Mapping of how White &/or Privileged Families Interact with School Integration …
Ep 5 – Interview with a SkepticNovember 14, 2018
A lifelong activist and 20 year veteran of nonprofit work, Chris Stewart is the current chief executive of the Wayfinder Foundation, and an outspoken critic of many current integration efforts. He and Courtney discuss the many ways that desegregation efforts can be thwarted, and the ways they can go wrong if they are successful.
Ep 3 – Hagerman and the White KidsOctober 30, 2018
Professor and author, Dr. Margaret Hagerman, discusses her new book – White Kids: Growing Up With Privilege in a Racially Divided America. We discuss her work, and what it tells us about the importance of the types of environments in which we raise our kids.
Ep 2 – The Bordon FamilyOctober 30, 2018
We’re joined by the Bordon family. In choosing a school for their daughters, they started out following the narrative of how people with the privilege of choose a school should go about it. After a conversation with their school district about who has has that privilege and the segregation that results from it, they made a change and sent both of their kids to global majority schools. Many years later, they reflect on that journey and how it has shaped their understanding of race, class, privilege, and education.
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