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.
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