S1E10: Edu-Equity as a Fundamental Right (ft. Dr. Khalilah Harris)

May 26, 2023 12:38:59 PM

Episode Notes:

Dr. Khalilah Harris, who was leading the K12 education policy team at The Center for American Progress at the time, joined the show back in 2021 to discuss Black liberation, equity in our schools, and opportunity access in education.

Khalilah M. Harris, EdD, JD serves as a Senior Advisor to the Director at the U.S. Office of Personnel Management (OPM). She most recently served as Chief of Staff to the Director and previously as Deputy Chief of Staff.

For the past two decades, she has had an extensive career working to expand access to opportunity through a racial equity lens by prioritizing community voice in education, education policy and justice, youth advocacy, women's rights, worker's rights and building an inclusive workforce.

Listen to the full throwback episode for a powerful discussion on expanding educational opportunity to ALL students and working toward more equitable outcomes. 

Tags: anti-racism

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