Autumn chats with co-host, Shannon Jeffries, about college and career counseling and her new book, Deep Condition!
'Sweatt V. Painter': Nearly Forgotten, But Landmark Texas Integration Case
Fisher V. University of Texas at Austin
This week Tiffany discusses the school-to-prison pipeline with guest co-host, Monique Anderson.
Woman of the Week: Taifha Baker, JD
History: How the School-to-Prison Pipeline is Created
News: Panel Dissects Role of Suspension in School-to-Prison Pipeline
In the first episode of season 2, Tiffany and Autumn jump right back in with a discussion of Fanny Jackson and her experiences at Oberlin College and beyond. They also chat about season 2 of Dear White People.
In this episode, Autumn sits down (virtually) with Lorry, Program Associate at Populace, the organization dedicated to personalized education for all students. Tune in as they discuss, the good, the bad, and the ugly of personalized education as well as sustaining authenticity and staying well while doing the work. Populace The End of Average, Todd Rose Culturally Sustaining Pedagogy Lorry Henderson Twitter: @LorryHenderson IG: @LorryMichael
Shoutout to all the graduates! This week Tiffany and Autumn celebrate graduations at all levels. Listen as they discuss Alexander Lucius Twilight, the first Black person to earn a bachelor's degree, Julia Nepper who completed her PhD in Biochemistry at 23, and Chadwick Boseman's graduation speech at HU. Alexander Lucius Twilight: https://www.jbhe.com/chronology/ Julia Nepper: https://thegrapevine.theroot.com/nc-woman-who-began-college-at-12-receives-phd-at-23-1821740838#js_discussion-region...
Meet Jamika Williams, the "We Are" yelling, costume designing, Assistant Director of Admissions, and all around dope person. Listen as Autumn interviews our first guest about her role in academia and her love for both admissions. Jamika's IG: @costumecoture Custom Crew: customcrew.bigcartel.com, @customcrewbyjamika
This week we discuss the University of South Carolina's statue of Richard T. Greener, Harvard's first African American graduate, late educator activist Marva Collins, and how Black women shaped the law banning sex discrimination. USC's Statue: www.jbhe.com/2018/02/university…ck-faculty-member/ Marva Collins: www.biography.com/people/marva-collins-5894 How Black Women Shaped the Law Banning Sex Discrimination: rewire.news/article/2018/02/28/…mination-education/
Today we discuss the power being at the top of the publication chain and celebrate both Marley Dias and some Philly teens who call out Florida teens to ask, "would you have stood in solidarity with us?" Journal of Negro Education http://www.journalnegroed.org/generalinfo.html Marley Dias https://www.forbes.com/sites/maggiemcgrath/2017/06/13/from-activist-to-author-how-12-year-old-marley-dias-is-changing-the-face-of-childrens-literature/#105b29f44ce0 Philly teens to Florida teens: Would you...
In this episode Tiffany and Autumn shed light on Black Women's Literary Societies, highlight Kimberly Bryant (the real life Princess Shuri), and discuss the privilege and toxic masculinity of the people committing school shootings. Black Women's Literary Societies journals.psu.edu/phj/article/viewFile/25504/25273 Black Women and Girls in STEM blavity.com/we-need-to-talk-abo…utm_campaign=buffer www.blackgirlscode.com/about-bgc.html School Shootings...
In this episode, Tiffany and Autumn celebrate Horace Mann Bond, the first Black president of Lincoln University, Riché Barnes, professor of sociocultural anthropology and assistant dean of social sciences at Endicott College in Beverly, Massachusetts, and discuss why Black students quit university more often than their White peers (spoiler: the answer is racism). Riché Barnes bio: www.jbhe.com/2018/01/three-blac…ajor-universities/ Why do black students quit university more often than their...