A mix of kitchen counter, living room couch style conversations with activist parents, parent activists throughout various movements.
Episode 63: Achieving Racial Equity in Schools with Dr. Decoteau J. Irby – Parenting for Liberation
On this episode, Trina speaks with Dr. Decoteau Irby and discusses what it means to achieve racial equity in schools and how parents can support their children and support themselves as they advocate for their children. Decoteau’s life work focuses on creating and sustaining organizations that contribute to Black people’s self-determined well-being, development, and positive life outcomes. He is an Associate Professor at University of Illinois at Chicago in the Department of Educational Policy Studies. He is the author of Stuck Improving: Racial Equity and School Leadership (Harvard Education Press) and the picture book Magical Black Tears: A Protest Story (Derute Consulting Cooperative). Resources: http://www.decoteauirby.com
- Episode 63: Achieving Racial Equity in Schools with Dr. Decoteau J. Irby
- Episode 62: Understanding Non-Violent Parenting with Krischa Esquivel
- Episode 61: Teen Liberation Conversations with Terrence Hayes Jr.
- Episode 60: Homeschooling for Black Families with Nichelle Nelson
- Episode 59: Boundaries are Blessings, Not Barriers with Nia Eubanks-Dixon