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Edwin Mayorga is a parent, educator, scholar and activist. He is an Associate Professor in the Department of Educational Studies and the Program in Latin American and Latino Studies at Swarthmore College (PA). He is director of the Education in our Barrios @BarrioEdPHL, youth participatory action research collaborative in Philadelphia, and #CritEdPol, an undergraduate/community focused online journal of critical education policy studies.

Podcast: Attack on Critical Race Studies, a conversation amongst educators & scholars

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  Description*: Dating back to the Trump administration, where we saw a 1776 Commission Report that was designed to offer a framework for a “patriotic education” to counter “false and fashionable” histories, and an “equity gag order,” (Executive Order 13950)… Continue Reading →

Black Lives Matter at School: Philly Edition – Live Stream 1.13.21 – 5p EST

The next episode of encuentros políticos is a live streaming collaboration with Haymarket Books,  Black Lives Matter Week of Action​ + USALA Radio​ Black Lives Matter at School: Philly Edition Wednesday, January 13, 2021 at 5p EST Activists, educators, and contributing… Continue Reading →

Virtual Keynote: Praxis of Joy, Healing, and Transformation – Sat Nov 7, 10a EST

Folks, I’ll be speaking about joy, healing and transformation in the midst of COVID-19 and Racial Injustice this coming Saturday at 10am EST Hosted by the SUNY New Paltz Humanistic/Multicultural Education Program Registration concludes tomorrow (Wednesday, Nov 4, 2020) Praxis… Continue Reading →

#miseducAsian twitter chat Wed, Nov. 4

  Wednesday, the day after the election,  is gonna be a trip any which way you slice it, so why not be in loving community with me [@eimyorga] and the brilliant Tiffany Wang  [@tiffanyyy_wang] on the #miseducAsian chat at 8p… Continue Reading →

Political Organizing Beyond the Election: An Interview with Rosa Saavedra

In October 2020, just before the national election, I interviewed political organizer Rosa Saavedra from North Carolina for Metropolitics, a peer-reviewed online journal that publishes short-form work about cities and urban politics.We spoke about the political landscape in North Carolina… Continue Reading →

Radio: Credit overdue, examining academic transfer problems for youth in juvenile justice system

Tune in to Encuentros Políticos/Political Encounters, Tuesdays at 4p & Sundays at 5p EST on Episode: Credit overdue, examining academic transfer problems for U.S. youth in the juvenile justice system Across the country, more than 48,000 youth are confined… Continue Reading →

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