S2E1: Let's Celebrate and Elevate Black Teachers! (ft. Dr. Greg Carr)

May 4, 2022 11:56:02 PM

Resident Baba Dr. Greg Carr, Associate Professor of Africana Studies and Chair of the Department of Afro-American Studies at Howard University, returns for a special re-launch episode of the Building the Black Educator Pipeline Podcast

Host Shayna Terrell and Dr. Carr dive into Teacher Appreciation Week with an eye toward Black educators and the need to uplift their work and let them know they are appreciated.

Dr. Carr gives some historical context to the plight of the Black teacher, and Shayna shares the #WeNeedBlackTeachers campaign that the Center for Black Educator Development is running. They also take a moment to #ThankABlackTeacher (or several) and YOU should too.

Tags: Teaching, anti-racism

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