2 episodes

Welcome to the "Lib Lab Podcast," where we embark on a journey to empower and enlighten, nurturing critically conscious youth and their communities. Join our hosts, Kweli and Brielle for insightful, bite-sized episodes that offer practical strategies and meaningful conversations. Whether you're a parent, educator, or simply interested in the well-being of Black youth, the "Lib Lab Podcast" is your source for inspiration and positive change. Tune in and embark on this transformative journey with Kweli and Brielle as your guides.

Lib Lab Podcast The Lib Lab

    • Education
    • 5.0 • 3 Ratings

Welcome to the "Lib Lab Podcast," where we embark on a journey to empower and enlighten, nurturing critically conscious youth and their communities. Join our hosts, Kweli and Brielle for insightful, bite-sized episodes that offer practical strategies and meaningful conversations. Whether you're a parent, educator, or simply interested in the well-being of Black youth, the "Lib Lab Podcast" is your source for inspiration and positive change. Tune in and embark on this transformative journey with Kweli and Brielle as your guides.

    2. Understanding the School Curriculum Fight

    2. Understanding the School Curriculum Fight

    In this episode, we dissect the turbulent landscape of K-12 education and the contentious battles over curriculum content. We explore the societal factors fueling these conflicts, from heightened racial awareness to the challenges posed by remote learning during the pandemic. We then showcase progressive developments, including inclusive social studies standards, the introduction of AP African American Studies, and state policies addressing racial discrimination in schools. This episode invites listeners to engage with the evolving debates in education, advocating for truth and nurturing critical thinking in the next generation.

    • 19 min
    1. Introducing

    1. Introducing

    In this inaugural episode, Kweli and Brielle lay the foundation for their first season, outlining the purpose and mission of the podcast. With their backgrounds in psychology, education, and research, Kweli and Brielle explore the impact of socialization on Black youth and how parents and teachers can equip themselves with the knowledge and tools to support healthy development.

    • 18 min

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As a parent of two young children this is great information broken down in a way that makes it easy to understand. I walk away feeling empowered personally and more prepared to advocate for and raise empowered children. Future long time listener.

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