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S5E4 – All I Want for Christmas is 3.5%December 18, 2019
Before we head off to spend the holidays with our friends and families, we want to end 2019 on a hopeful note. Creating enduring political change — like an end to school segregation — begins with just 3.5% of actively engaged participants. Can we do it?
S5E3 – Gifts We Didn’t Expect: Family, Faith, and IntegrationDecember 11, 2019
Albert, a Taiwanese American father of three, found himself in crisis. Honoring his parents and the ways they sacrificed to get him a “good” education, while also honoring the way his faith called him to justice seemed impossible. He shares his story.
Between We and They: A School Integration Story (TRAILER)October 3, 2019
Beth is a mom of two grappling with race, parenting and her own privilege in America. Looking back over the past year, we follow Beth as she learns how the choices she makes for her daughters’ schooling shapes how she lives in her city… where she belongs, who she calls “We.” Episodes release every day starting Monday, Oct 14th. Subscribe now to make sure you don’t miss an episode.
Not In My Suburbs: Milliken v. Bradley @ 45 (BONUS)July 25, 2019
We’re joined by Michelle Adams, Constitutional Law Professor at Cardozo School of Law, who is writing a book on Milliken v Bradley, a case that functionally halted the promise of Brown v Board at the city limits, allowing all-white suburbs (created through policies like redlining) to maintain all-white schools.
Ep 21 – Beyond Black and White with David Hinojosa ([email protected])May 8, 2019
Part 4 of our Brown v Board at 65 series pushes back on the narrative that desegregation is solely about black and white kids. David Hinojosa helps us better understand the Latinx perspective on integration from before Brown through today.
Ep 18 – Rucker Johnson and the Grandchildren of Desegregation ([email protected])April 18, 2019
Brown v Board at Sixty-Five – The Stories We Tell Ourselves. In this first episode of our mini-series commemorating the 65th anniversary of Brown v Board, we’re joined by Dr. Rucker Johnson, author of Children of the Dream: Why Integration Works.
Ep 14 – Kirkland on IntegrationFebruary 27, 2019
Dr. David Kirkland (NYU) joins us for a meta discussion around school integration. He shares a powerful vision of integration from a racial justice framework; it is one that is grounded in democratic participation and the sharing of resources and one that involves us all in the deliberation of what counts as knowledge, the language of curriculum, and the fundamental design of education.
Ep 13 – Hopes and Hazards of Dual LanguageFebruary 20, 2019
Dual Language programs are exploding in popularity across the country — and particularly among white &/or privileged families in gentrifying communities. There’s great hope for equity in these programs, but also plenty of hazards, particularly around how white and/ or privileged families show up in the spaces.
Ep 12 – Whiteness vs Rightness: A Conversation on ColonizingFebruary 13, 2019
What does ‘colonizing’ mean in the context of a global majority school, and how can we be thoughtful about not centering whiteness? We talk to Kelly from NYC about some of the things we might think of as right, just because they are white.
Ep 11 – White Women and the Politics of White SupremacyFebruary 6, 2019
We talk with Dr. Elizabeth McRae, author of Mothers of Massive Resistance: White Women and the Politics of White Supremacy, about what her research tells us about contemporary school segregation — and the hope her work gives for it’s dismantling.
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