“If You Really Want to Make a Difference in Black Lives, Change How You Teach White Kids!”

This headline in the ‘Education Post’ grabbed me. What? To better education outcomes for Black students, schools need to change how they teach White students? I dig it!

Please join me in this segment of ‘Urban Agenda’ with my guest, Nahliah Webber, the Executive Director of the Orleans Public Education Network, to critically examine and reimagine public education!

Nahliah Webber, the Executive Director of the Orleans Public Education Network, is dedicated to disrupting education practices that negatively impact Black students and their intersections in the US and beyond. She holds double bachelor’s degrees, Magna Cum Laude, from Sweet Briar College and a master’s from Teacher’s College, Columbia University, where she focused on racialized school policies and practices.

Nahliah teaches us how to make education equity a VERB! Listen to the young people!

https://educationresearchalliancenola.org/events/live-discussion-voices-of-new-orleans-youth

Published by Urban Agenda Media

I am the Creator and Host of ‘Urban Agenda’ on KMOJ Radio, Minnesota’s oldest Black radio station! I also host the podcast ‘Black Market Reads’ for the Givens Foundation for African American Literature!

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