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Edwin Mayorga on Public Engagement and Digital Access in East Harlem

Found this blog post from 2014 written by my friend Dr. Collette Sosnowy that was part of a series on East Harlem by now JustPublics365, a projected that ended in 2015. “In a recent talk at the CUNY Graduate Center, Edwin talked… Continue Reading →

11.29.18: School Closures and the Black Community: Panel & Eve Ewing Book Talk @ Uncle Bobbie’s

Free & Open to Public! Thursday, November 29, 2018, starting at 5pm at The People’s Sanctuary (Uncle Bobbie’s Coffee & Books).   In 1978 education specialist Richard L. Andrews was quoted as saying “(O)nce a school is closed, the environmental… Continue Reading →

Poetry in Context: Dos encuentros with Dr. Eve Ewing

Join us on April 21, 2018 for two “encuentros” (encounters/finding) with writer and scholar, Dr. Eve L. Ewing! Encuentro 1 @ Swarthmore College Encuentro 2 @ Amalgam Comics & Coffeehouse, Inc. In Poetry in Context, Dr Ewing reads several poems… Continue Reading →

I’m turning 40! Support the struggle for justice!

Familia! Thank you so much for the steady stream of “happy birthdays” on facebook, email, etc!! I’m turning 40 and I’m continuing the fight for a more just world! I want to use this occasion as an opportunity to invite… Continue Reading →

Acknowledgements

As difficult as this year has been for a variety of reasons, finishing my dissertation was a peak moment. I never really took the time to announce that, primarily because it took so long to get to this point. There… Continue Reading →

My Q&A with Swarthmore College

The good folks over at the Swarthmore Office of Communications asked me a few questions about Education in our Barrios Project, Philadelphia (@BarrioEdPHL) and the Critical Education Policy Studies group (@CritEduPolicy). The questions pushed me to reflect a bit more… Continue Reading →

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