All tagged racial justice
Three enthusiastic New Haven, CT food system change agents share their personal journeys, as well as their visions and practices for transformative change...oh and pulses, pirogies and Guatemalan black beans too... with Guests Latha Swamy, Genesis Vicente, and Austin Bryniarski
Host Tagan Engel speaks with her husband Enroue Halfkenny, a healer and therapist about her recent trip to Poland to mark the 75th Anniversary of the mass uprising, and her grandparents escape from the Nazi death camp Sobibor.
Four New Haven, CT Public School students share their experiences and insights on how race shows up in schools and how it impacts their lives and learning. With guests: Briyana, Benny, Sebastian and Mia.
AN EDUCATION PROJECT STORY: Guest Kia Levey-Burden shares her struggles with a school district punishing her son due to his learning needs and race.
One in a special series of equity in education stories. One SCSU professor and two teachers discuss anti-racism teacher education as a foundation for equitable classrooms, recruiting teachers of color, the importance of culturally relevant curriculum, and more.
All-star band founders Wayne Escoffery and Jeremy Pelt on the importance of celebrating Jazz as Black music, being positive role models and fantastic compositions inspired by African American icons.
Organizing for Freedom - Live Episode. CT Core - Organize Now! founders & husband and wife team Isa Mujahid and Camelle Scott-Mujahid share their insights into grassroots organizing to transform the racial and economic inequity in the state of Connecticut and beyond.