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Radio: Pandemic Schooling for students with dis/abilities

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Tune in to Encuentros Políticos/Political Encounters, Tuesdays at 4p & Sundays at 5p EST on USALAmedia.com Episode: Pandemic Schooling for students with dis/abilities a conversation with Dr. María Cioè-Peña As the school year in the midst of the Covid19 pandemic… Continue Reading →

Radio: How do we reopen Philly’s Schools safely and justly? (Youtube Video)

Tensions have run high as the School District of Philadelphia, like districts across the U.S., have been devising plans to reopen schools within the context of COVID19. At last Thursday’s school board meeting, district officials presented a proposal to reopen… Continue Reading →

Radio: Unnecessary arrests, Unnecessary deaths: Incarceration and COVID 19

At least 1 in 6 of all COVID-19 cases in Illinois’ communities are linked to spread from a single jail. Nationally, we cycle 5 million people through jail every year. If the study’s findings roughly hold in other places, this… Continue Reading →

Radio: Schooling for Critical Consciousness, with Dr. Scott Seider and Dr. Daren Graves

Tune in to Encuentros Políticos/Political Encounters, Tuesdays at 4p EST & Sundays at 5p EST on USALAmedia.com Episode Description In the context of COVID19 & social insurrection there are so many questions right now around educators can best care for… Continue Reading →

Radio: Separated: Examining the negative effects of immigration enforcement, a conversation with author Dr. William D. Lopez

Tune in to Encuentros Políticos/Political Encounters, Sundays at 5p EST on USALAmedia.com Episode Description According to an article in the Washington Post from December 2019 during the last fiscal year running from October 1, 2018 through September 30, 2019, Immigration… Continue Reading →

Radio: Race, Violence, and Resistance in Puerto Rico, author Dr. Marisol LeBrón

I’m pleased to have Dr. Marisol LeBrón, an interdisciplinary scholar specializing in race, policing, and political activism in Puerto Rico and U.S. communities of color, and an Assistant Professor of Mexican American and Latina/o Studies at the University of Texas… Continue Reading →

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