Two social justice educators working to unite the Black and Brown communities through education, storytelling and community engagement.
S3 Ep 10 Lets Recap Season 3
In this episode, Lissette and Maurice look back at season 3 and look forward to the future of BBB and their new business venture.
Correcting the History of Black and Latinx people with Dr. Paul Ortiz
Dr. Paul Ortiz is a 1st generation college student and 3rd generation military veteran. He is a Professor of History and Director of the Samuel Proctor Oral History Program at the University of Florida. He is the author of "An African American and Latinx History of the United States." Dr. Ortiz is president of the United Faculty of Florida, AFL-CIO, He is the Recipient of the Cesar Chavez Award, Florida Education Association. He is also a former organizer with the United Farm Workers of Washington State and the Farm Labor Organizing Committee.
Natural Talent vs Discipline
Lissette and Maurice discuss what is the key to being successful, having natural talent or discipline and focus?
Decolonizing the Speech Language Therapy Profession with Warda Farah
Warda Farah is a Speech and Language Therapist From London, England and Founder of Language Waves. Language Waves specializes in using an array of methods to provide culturally diverse therapeutic input for schools and local communities.
In this conversation, Warda explains how the speech language therapy profession is biopolitical, colonial & racist and much more.
Curriculum and Equity
In this episode, Lissette and Maurice discuss why good equity work needs to be included in school curriculum.
Roasting: The Cultural Nuance of Showing Love
In this hilarious episode, Lissette and Maurice dive into the cultural nuance of how black and brown communities show love by making fun of each other.
Great podcast for educators
I truly enjoy this podcat. The two hosts are so transparent and relatable. They do a great job of tackling real issues.