This is the last episode of Season 3. When I started the season, I was motivated by the word possibilities. I was on a journey to learn the possibilities of changing systems, such as education and justice, to better serve Black families and children.
For this episode, I’m sharing insights from our amazing expert guests on their thoughts about reimagining a world to better serve Black children and families.
In this episode you'll hear from
-Aliyya Swaby and Dr. Valerie Adams-Bass from Season 3 Ep. 1 Black Children, Youth and Education in the Erat of COVID-19
-Dr. Lawrence T. Brown from Season 3 Ep. 3 The Black Butterfly The Harmful Politics of race and space
-Frederick Joseph from Season 3 Ep. 4 The Black Friend
-Dr. Sheretta Butler Barnes from Season 3 Ep 5 Centering Black Girl’s VOices and Experiences: Addressin over policing and overdisciplining of Black girls
-Dr. Elizabeth Hinton from Season 3 Ep. 7 America on Fire: The Untold History of Police violence and Black rebellion Since the 1960s
-Kwame Mabalia and Prince Joel Makonnen from Season 3 Ep. 8 Last gate of the Emperor
Music and Editing by Manni Simon
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