Episode #214: Baruti Kafele

Dana GoodierOut of the Trenches Podcast

As a highly regarded urban educator in New Jersey for over twenty years, Principal Baruti Kafele distinguished himself as a master teacher and a transformational school leader. As an elementary school teacher, he was a New Jersey State Teacher of the Year finalist, and a recipient of the New Jersey Education Association Award of Excellence. As a middle and high school … Read More

Episode #101: Lindsay Lyons

Dana GoodierOut of the Trenches Podcast

Lindsay Lyons (she/her) is an educational justice coach who works with teachers and school leaders to inspire educational innovation for racial and gender justice, designs curricula grounded in student voice, and build capacity for shared leadership. Lindsay taught in NYC public schools, holds a PhD in Leadership and Change, and is the founder of the educational blog and podcast, Time … Read More

Episode 23 | Featuring Hedreich Nichols

Brad HughesGood News Brad News Podcast

Hedreich Nichols is a curriculum designer and Middle Years Program district edtech lead from North Texas. She is also an author and equity consultant helping teachers and districts amplify the voices of all students. With her Cherry Lake Publishing equity series books, What is Anti-racism? and What is the Black Lives Matter Movement?, as well as her upcoming Solution Tree title … Read More

Create CHANGE in the Education System

Nilmini Ratwatte-HenstridgeBlog, Connect Better

TL;DR: Educators have a responsibility to teach anti-racist perspectives. Create change in the education system by seeing skin color. Give a voice to individuals from diverse backgrounds in the field of education. All educational spaces and systems need to move towards change and learn and adapt to bring about systemic changes. As a lifelong learner, as a BROWN educator, it … Read More

Talking to Young Kids About Racial & Social Justice with April Brown

Lindsay LyonsTime for Teachership Podcast

If you’ve been paying attention this past year, you’ve noticed that it wasn’t until multiple tragedies in the Black community that a large amount of white individuals actually started to acknowledge these systems of racism and oppression. But what if they were taught to be aware of these issues much sooner in life? In this episode, trauma-informed specialist, writer, curricular … Read More