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Zoom Room: Episode 10 - The Making Of The Private School Justice Movement Alaska Teen Media Institute

    • Technology

Anna Stallworth and Denali Romero both attended high school at Grace Christian School. They are among a growing number of alumni who are voicing experiences of racial discrimination and abuse during their time there.

On July 18, 2020 Anna and Denali hosted a peaceful protest at Grace to “make visible the hidden racism, sexual assault, misogyny, and other discriminations at” the school. Shortly thereafter, they formed the Private School Justice Movement, a platform for students and alumni from private schools to share any experiences with racism or any type of discrimination while at school.

ATMI producer Michael Stallworth, younger brother of Anna, connected with the two of them over Zoom to talk about their experiences at Grace, what inspired them to speak out, and the changes they hope for within the school and the community. They spoke on September 15th, 2020.

Hosted by Rowan Pickard.

Music by Devin Shreckengost.

Many thanks to supporters of our podcast including the Anchorage Museum, United Way of Anchorage, the Alaska Humanities Forum, and the National Endowment for the Humanities.

The views expressed in this program do not necessarily represent the views of the National Endowment for the Humanities or other sponsors.

Anna Stallworth and Denali Romero both attended high school at Grace Christian School. They are among a growing number of alumni who are voicing experiences of racial discrimination and abuse during their time there.

On July 18, 2020 Anna and Denali hosted a peaceful protest at Grace to “make visible the hidden racism, sexual assault, misogyny, and other discriminations at” the school. Shortly thereafter, they formed the Private School Justice Movement, a platform for students and alumni from private schools to share any experiences with racism or any type of discrimination while at school.

ATMI producer Michael Stallworth, younger brother of Anna, connected with the two of them over Zoom to talk about their experiences at Grace, what inspired them to speak out, and the changes they hope for within the school and the community. They spoke on September 15th, 2020.

Hosted by Rowan Pickard.

Music by Devin Shreckengost.

Many thanks to supporters of our podcast including the Anchorage Museum, United Way of Anchorage, the Alaska Humanities Forum, and the National Endowment for the Humanities.

The views expressed in this program do not necessarily represent the views of the National Endowment for the Humanities or other sponsors.

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