Understand the unfairness and injustice present in our educational systems.
Dr. Bettina Love makes the case for abolitionist teaching and educational transformation.
EdSurge addresses the rise in incidences of bias and hate in schools as well as the ways educators need to address the issue.
Education Week explores the continued effects of white supremacy on and within American education.
The Legal Defense Fund provides an overview of the groundbreaking case as well as its impact on our educational system.
Part memoir part case study, Courtney E. Martin tells the story of a mother enrolling her daughter in a local public school and the surprising lessons learned with her neighbors.
Five educators share how their passion for social justice began during their school days.
The embedded video in this in-depth article looks at how addressing biases as instructors can lead to better learning environments for all students.
This documentary honors the Little Rock Nine and explores how educational inequality still plagues the U.S. six decades later.
At the Chicago Humanities Festival, Beverly Daniel Tatum offers thoughtful commentary on the racial barriers that exist for young people in schools and continue into the workplace as they become adults.
Episode five of this six-part episodic podcast exploring systemic racism in various sectors of Milwaukee discusses educational disparities and its effects.
This podcast dives deep into inequality in schools and the education system.
This podcast explores the racial disparities in education from classes to teachers.
This five-part series discusses building a better school system and the issues that can get in the way.
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