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Scenes from Senior Year

Scenes from Senior Year

July 2, 2020

For our season finale, DJ interviews two of his former students, both members of the Class of 2020. Soon-to-be college freshmen Kiana Aaron and Jadlyn Riley talk about the compound challenges of remote learning, virtual graduation, and the protests and violence engulfing Chicago in this historic summer of unrest.

Hosted, produced, and edited by DJ Cashmere.

 

Sources:

https://www.wnycstudios.org/podcasts/anxiety/episodes/community-is-a-verb

How To Be An Antiracist Parent

How To Be An Antiracist Parent

June 18, 2020

As antiracism protests engulf the nation, DJ convenes a panel of experts--all parents--to talk about how to raise our kids in this moment.

 

For more on the panelists:

To view the discussion on YouTube:

For more on the Fourth Universalist Society in the City of New York, which sponsored the event:

 

David E. Kirkland

David E. Kirkland

May 28, 2020

"This moment has exposed us. We're scrambling trying to mirror a system that was problematic in the first place, instead of getting rid of that system." NYU's David E. Kirkland on Culturally Responsive-Sustaining Education and what it means to beautifully reimagine education amidst a pandemic.

Hosted, produced, and edited by DJ Cashmere.

 

Sources:

https://research.steinhardt.nyu.edu/news/2020/5/1/NYU_Metro_Center_Statement_on_Covid19__Slow_Down_to_Move_Forward

https://research.steinhardt.nyu.edu/news/2020/5/1/NYU_Metro_Center_Introduces_the_CRSE_Remote_Resource_Hub

https://ny.chalkbeat.org/2020/4/28/21240100/nyc-school-grading-policy-coronavirus

 

It’s Too Hard, And We Have To Do It

It’s Too Hard, And We Have To Do It

May 14, 2020

How do you completely reimagine your school while running it remotely every day--all while your community is wracked by loss? A high school principal on leadership during the pandemic.

Hosted, produced, and edited by DJ Cashmere.

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