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This podcast is dedicated to the advancement of practical knowledge and application in the areas of history and education. We desire to bring our listeners on a journey through time by showcasing educational, history-driven topics which will inspire the student and scholar alike. Get exclusive access to our hidden content today! https://www.patreon.com/leadingbyhistory - (Artwork by Baylor Design Studio - Music by M. Isra-Ul, for D28 Blessings) Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/leadingbyhistory/support

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This podcast is dedicated to the advancement of practical knowledge and application in the areas of history and education. We desire to bring our listeners on a journey through time by showcasing educational, history-driven topics which will inspire the student and scholar alike. Get exclusive access to our hidden content today! https://www.patreon.com/leadingbyhistory - (Artwork by Baylor Design Studio - Music by M. Isra-Ul, for D28 Blessings) Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/leadingbyhistory/support

    S3 Ep. 11 - The Deijha Check in - Egypt and Tanzania

    S3 Ep. 11 - The Deijha Check in - Egypt and Tanzania

    In this brief episode of the Leading By History podcast, host Ma'asehyahu Isra-Ul does a "Check in" with Deijha Gordon who was with us on Season 3 Ep. 5. If you want to find out what Deijha has been doing since she set up shop in Ghana, this episode will bring you up to speed. From Egypt to Tanzania, Deijha recounts her visits, her challenges and her aspirations. Come along for the journey!


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    • 33 min
    S3 Ep. 10 - Geography and the Ancient World (Geography as the 'Tattle Tale' of History)

    S3 Ep. 10 - Geography and the Ancient World (Geography as the 'Tattle Tale' of History)

    In this long awaited episode of the Leading By History podcast, host Ma'asehyahu Isra-Ul talks with Professor Cyndi Parker about the power and purpose of geography for unravelling historical mysteries and disputes. Were the Egyptians white Europeans? Is Egypt in Africa or the Middle East?  How can we know the location of ancient events? Is religion developed within a geographical context? These questions and others like them will be points of interest within this dialogue. If you never thought that "mapping" your way through the world was important then this is the episode that you want to tune in to! As we continue to produce quality content, we look forward to your feedback. Thank you for supporting the Leading By History podcast!


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    S3 Ep. 9 - Wicked Flesh: Black Women, Intimacy, and Freedom in the Atlantic World (feat. Dr. Jessica Marie Johnson

    S3 Ep. 9 - Wicked Flesh: Black Women, Intimacy, and Freedom in the Atlantic World (feat. Dr. Jessica Marie Johnson

    In this long awaited episode of the Leading By History podcast, host Ma'asehyahu Isra-Ul delves deep into the work of Dr. Jessica Marie Johnson to discuss enslavement era constructs of race and beauty in the Atlantic world. We can't say enough about this discussion. The host made a decision to forgo a commercial break in this episode in order to maximize the time with the guest. If you are looking for a conversation about ideas of gender, sexuality and racism based in the concrete world of slavery - this is the episode. Welcome back to Leading By History!


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    • 49 min
    S3 Ep. 8 - Transatlantic Threads: Textile entrepreneurship and Strategies to Freedom

    S3 Ep. 8 - Transatlantic Threads: Textile entrepreneurship and Strategies to Freedom

    In this episode we speak with Latin Americanist and transatlantic slavery scholar Dr. Mary Hicks about the history of free and enslaved people of African descent in Brazil. This discussion dives deeply into the perceived reality of African people in Brazil and their unique journey to preserve their Africanness and their identities while carving out meta-realities of freedom and liberation in a racially oppressive and colonialistic environment. From African mariners and traders to enslaved Africans in the South American continent, we discuss the complicated histories and ideas of the Portuguese imperial project. The history is complicated - morally and ethically and can be a bit messy but is without question enlightening and ultimately inspiring! Come along for this mental journey into the past with Leading By History! 



    Historical Images related to the discussion:

    http://www.slaveryimages.org/s/slaveryimages/item/752

    http://www.slaveryimages.org/s/slaveryimages/item/2121


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    • 48 min
    S3 Ep. 7 - What the data show about teacher bias in the K-12 classroom (Feat. Jill Barshay of the Hechinger Report )

    S3 Ep. 7 - What the data show about teacher bias in the K-12 classroom (Feat. Jill Barshay of the Hechinger Report )

    In this episode of Leading By History, Ma'asehyahu Isra-Ul talks with educational journalist Jill Barshay to dig into some of her recent articles and the state of bias in K-12 classrooms. This discussion is one that will show the importance of anti-racist and anti-bias education and how even our most vulnerable students (those in K-2 education) can be in danger when teachers are not trained in culturally responsible approaches to instruction. If you want to make a change in our current state of education - start with this episode and chart a plan for change where you can make the biggest impact.


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    • 34 min
    S3 Ep. 6 - Mobilizing Black Germany: A discussion about Afro-German Liberative Action (Feat. Dr. Tiffany Florvil)

    S3 Ep. 6 - Mobilizing Black Germany: A discussion about Afro-German Liberative Action (Feat. Dr. Tiffany Florvil)

    In this episode of the Leading By History podcast, Ma'asehyahu Isra-Ul talks with Dr. Tiffany Florvil about the work of Black women in the cause of Black liberation in Germany. Many may not be familiar with the history of the Black struggle in Germany and this discussion will surely center this history in this episode. You can read more about Dr. Florvil's research in her book Mobilizing Black Germany. This is a thoughtful, transparent, eye-opening episode for us all!


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    • 56 min

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