Wakanda in our Classrooms Part 2

Wakanda in our Classrooms Part 2

Episode 13

In this episode, we continue our discussion about Black Panther, the many ways in which it has inspired us, our work and it’s impact on the way we look at the future of education for Black and Brown children.

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Moving The Culture Podcast: Seneca Village Montessori School Episode 8

This week we talk to Sharifa Hodges, the co-founder of Seneca Village Montessori School, which is an African Centered Independent Montessori school opening up in Crown Heights Brooklyn on January 2nd, 2018. Sharifa and Khalilah met on IG as their work for the liberation of Diasporic children are in full alignment. If you’re looking for a way to donate your time, talent, and treasure please consider supporting Seneca Village’s Kwanzaa Gift Drive. You can purchase The ABCs of the Black Panther Party at decolonizinged.com. The book mentioned at the end of the podcast is The Secret Science of Black Male & Female Sex by TC Carrier. It’s a mind trip. So go slow homey. Happy Holidays!

Moving The Culture Podcast: Hip Hop as Teacher

Welcome to Moving The Culture Podcast: Hip Hop as Teacher
In this episode we discuss Lucas Joyner’s “I’m not a Racist” and the dangers of the ahistorical point of view, particularly when it comes to Culturally Responsive applications of this work in our classrooms. We also discuss Nicki Minaj’s appropriation of Pocahontas and the ways in which Jay-Z is teaching us all how to adult.

Moving The Culture Podcast: Decolonizing our Holidays, Relationships and Language Part 2

Welcome to Part 2 of Moving The Culture Podcast: Decolonizing our Holidays, Relationships and Language.

What does the repeated experience of discrimination and/or fighting discrimination actually do to your physical and mental health? NPR and NY Times articles.

Should we be talking to the likes of Richard Spencer and who is the “we” we talking about? Gary Younge interviews Richard Spencer

Read the articles from Erin Are we invaders, tourists or guests? and Humblevito Woke Wypipo to understand their love fest with each other and Coates.

Decolonizing our Holidays, Relationships and Language

Welcome to Part 1 of Moving The Culture Podcast: Decolonizing our Holidays, Relationships and Language. In this episode we discuss what we think our students should be learning in school about Thanksgiving and Native American Heritage Month, if White people can be trusted to be allies in our schools and how we feel about White folks using the N word when we’re talking about hip-hop as youth culture music.

If you want to begin to decolonize your holidays check out Khalilah’s blog: No longer celebrating European holidays as well as our posts on Native American Heritage Month over the last month.

Trying to be a Revolutionary: Reflections on Angela Davis and Michelle Alexander Part 2

Welcome to Part 2 of CREAD’s Moving the Culture Podcast. ⅓ of our hosts Khalilah Brann, and CREAD bloggers, Khalya Hopkins and Abram Guerra continue their reflections on “The Spirit of Justice Talk” presented by Michelle Alexander and Angela Davis as they discuss the ways in which unfettered and global capitalism supports racism and inequity and how we transfer what Michelle Alexander and Angela Davis shared about mass incarceration to the field of education.

Moving The Culture Podcast: Let the Kids Live Part 2

Welcome to the second half of our 1st episode of: Moving the Culture Podcast with your hosts, Khalilah, Erin and Vincent. In this episode of Let the Kids Live, we discuss what we’re reading: Stamped from the Beginning by Ibram X. Kendi and we discuss how Gucci Mane has escaped the TRAP by sobering all the way […]