How Anti-Racist Educators Harness Their Instructional Power
Nataki Gregory, Ed.D. Chief Executive Officer talks with Dr. Tanji Reed Marshall of The Education Trust. They explore the intersection between teachers’ instructional power and anti-racism in classrooms.
Ujima: When Young People Support Young People
Makita Kheperu, Associate interviews Leah Holmes, a member of Chicago’s SuperGroup, a collection of young artists and entrepreneurs who host cultural events that target youth and young adults. The events promote African and African American culture. Leah explains the inspiration, goals and strategies of the group and how they have supported youth and the larger community […]
All Aboard the Train of Thought
Max Brooks interviews and highlights the work of Damen Fletcher, CEO of Train of Thought, an organization that focuses on increasing access to chess education. Train of Thought introduces students of all ages – especially in marginalized communities – to chess as a means to foment leadership and critical thinking skills. With an emphasis on character […]