S1E7: They Carried Us: Black Women Who Built the Black Teacher Pipeline

Mar 17, 2023 9:27:35 AM

Join host Shayna Terrell of the Center for Black Educator Development as she highlights the voices of the Black Women leaders who built and continue to build the Black Teacher Pipeline. In this throwback episode from the live-streaming days of Building the Black Educator Pipeline, she was joined by Dr. Allener M. Baker-Rodgers and Fasaha Traylor authors of They Carried Us: The Social Impact of Philadelphia's Black Women Leaders. This conversation originally aired Apr 1, 2021.

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