Teaching While White Podcast

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Elizabeth sat down with Thu Anh Nguyen to discuss how the pandemic has highlighted white supremacy in schools. Thu Anh Nguyen (she/her) is an educator and writer whose work centers around equity and justice. Thu Anh has led workshops and writes
Elizabeth sits down with author and coach, Elena Aguilar to talk about how race shows up in teaching coaching relationships.
A follow up from, To Teach or To Kill a Mockingbird, in this episode we hear from a group of multiracial students about their experiences studying this iconic text in schools
In this episode, Jenna speaks with William Yepes, a Spanish teacher in Cambridge, MA who is originally from Columbia. William talks about the false notion of "remaining neutral," and how his journey to becoming a US citizen defined his identity
What can White teachers do in this moment to take action in the midst of the duel pandemics or Covid and Racism? Our guests, Jose Vilson, and Kelly Wickham Hurst give their insights as two educators who are leading efforts to move schools towar
Join us as we interview Shelly Tochluk and Christine Saxman who have been investigating white supremacist organizations and their tactics for recruiting white youth as new members, and what teachers and parents can do about it.
What if schools are doing exactly what they were meant to do? What if they were designed to only educate the elite few? Warning: This episode contains swearing, which, given the topic, feels appropriate.
The episode contains some swearing, which given the topic seems appropriate.
How are objects from Native American cultures used without context in schools? What are we still teaching about Thanksgiving? In this episode, Jenna sat down with Claudia Fox Tree to talk about how invisible Indigenous culture is in most sch
In this episode, we speak with Claudia Fox Tree, a Native American teacher, about the ways we learn about Indigenous Peoples in school- or don’t.Resource List
In this episode, we learn about Project Lit, which was started by teacher Jarred Amato and his students at Maplewood High School in Nashville. We hear from Jarred and his former student/Co-founder, Jakaylia about the need to rethink how we crea
In this episode, we learn about Project Lit, which was started by teacher Jarred Amato and his students at Maplewood High School. We hear from Jarred and his former student/Co-founder, Jakaylia about the need to rethink how we create readers
Who decides what books are worthy of study and which voices are included in the literary canon? Interviews with Tricia Ebarvia and Jack Hill.
Who decides what books are worthy of study and which voices are included in the literary canon? Interviews with Tricia Ebarvia and Jack Hill.
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We speak with white teachers, teachers of color, white students, and each other to uncover the cause and impact of white fragility.
An interview with Robin DiAngelo, author of White Fragility, consultant, and Affiliate Associate Professor of Education at the University of Washington, Seattle.
We spoke with Rosetta Lee and Nathan Tanaka to uncover some of what is behind the myth and it's realtionship to whiteness.
Rosetta Lee and Nathan Tanaka, two brilliant educators and social justice advocates, help us explore the myth of the model minority and its damages.
Our season launch continues with an interview with podcast host, John Biewen- of the series, Seeing White, on the Scene on Radio podcast. Biewen reflects on the evolution of his podcast, exposing historical myths, and making whiteness visible.
An interview with podcast host, John Biewen- of the series, Seeing White, on the Scene on Radio podcast. Biewen reflects on the evolution of his podcast, exposing historical myths, and making whiteness visible.
In this episode, we hear from Peggy McIntosh, author of, White Privilege: Unpacking the Invisible Knapsack, and also Debby Irving, author of Waking Up White. Both guests reflect on why they feel it is important to make whiteness visible.
In this episode, we hear from Peggy McIntosh, author of, White Privilege: Unpacking the Invisible Knapsack, and also Debby Irving, author of Waking Up White. Both guests reflect on why they feel it is important to make whiteness visible. 
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