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This year, Northwestern students will read Just Mercy by Bryan Stevenson as a part of the One Book One program. In the book, Stevenson chronicles his early work as a criminal defense lawyer in Alabama. He worked to advocate for those mistreated by the judicial system, including for Walter McMillian, an innocent man on death row. The book is just the starting point. Listen along as we explore national and local issues and themes connected to Just Mercy and the criminal justice system. Support ...
 
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Xavier McElrath-Bey didn’t understand what it meant to be tried as an adult when he was 13. But after serving 13 years of his 25 year sentence, his mission has become to work on behalf the victim of his case and all the incarcerated youth handed extreme sentences. Now, at age 45, he’s the co-executive director of the Campaign for the Fair Sentencin…
 
The Illinois Department of Juvenile Justice, founded in 2006, built eight youth prisons, or as they are formally called “youth centers.” Two closed in 2012, another in 2016. This August, The Final Five Campaign launched to close the last five youth prisons in Illinois.In this episode, we got insight on how the effort is forming from Olivia Blocker,…
 
Around two years ago, the Northwestern Prison Education Program started offering courses to incarcerated men at Stateville Correctional Center -- a maximum-security prison in Illinois. The program aims to give incarcerated men and women the opportunity to obtain a full liberal arts education. In this episode, we explore NPEP more in-depth hearing f…
 
This year's One Book One Northwestern Podcast will focus on the issues presented in Just Mercy by Bryan Stevenson. In future episodes, we will focus on national and local issues regarding the U.S. criminal justice system. Hear more about what you can look forward to in this trailer. Written and Produced by Sophia Lo, Baylor Spears & Camille William…
 
To wrap up this year's podcast, I brought it back to our main theme of this year, women of color in STEM, and a little closer to home. I talked to Dr. Heather Pinkett a professor and researcher in Northwestern's Department of Molecular Biosciences. In the first half of the episode, we discuss her background that shaped her research of proteins in h…
 
During the winter quarter, Northwestern's Wirtz Center produced the show Legally Blonde which highlights Elle Woods through a journey to find the person she loves that takes a big turn when she ends up finding her love of law. It's a funny show that once you take a closer look may have more to it than it may seem on the surface. I talked to two stu…
 
Tarana Burke, the founder of the Me Too Movement, visited Northwestern to discuss the movement's beginnings and purpose. Some Northwestern faculty and students bring some insight into how the movement and global culture shift has impacted Northwestern.โดย One Book, One Northwestern: The Podcast
 
While education may be the most accessible as its ever been, there are still many obstacles that students, especially low-income and first-generation students, face in attending school. Dr. Anthony Jack, author of the Privileged Poor and Harvard Professor discusses his book and his research in this episode of the One Book One Northwestern Podcast. …
 
In this first episode of this year's One Book One Northwestern Podcast, Margot Shetterly comes to Northwestern's campus for One Book's annual keynote author talk. She to share some insights on her book, Hidden Figures, and reflects on the writing process. Northwestern students, staff, and community members react.…
 
Through four audio pieces—three fictional, one real—Emily Burns, Charlie Heveran, and Akhil Kambhammettu explore the realities of life in a surveillance state.โดย One Book, One Northwestern: The Podcast
 
Why "life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness" is a compromise, what you should put on your tombstone, and other insights from Our Declaration author Danielle Allen.โดย One Book, One Northwestern: The Podcast
 
This year, Northwestern students will read Danielle Allen’s book Our Declaration. But the book is just the beginning. Listen along with us as Wildcats wrestle with one of our country’s most fundamental documents, the Declaration of Independence, and figure out what equality, and independence mean in the 21st century—for Northwestern, for the countr…
 
In our final episode of the season, we talk with Dr. Chamara Kwakye, Assistant Professor of Gender and Women's Studies and African American and Africana Studies at the University of Kentucky. During our chat, we talk about black girlhood, how art and activism align in the classroom, and how it informs a pedagogy of hope.…
 
In episode three, we talk to Dr. Olivia Swedberg Yinger, Assistant Professor of Music Therapy and Director of the Music Therapy Program at the University of Kentucky. Our conversation focuses on the process of coming into racial consciousness, how theory meets practice, and what it means to teach students work through the difficulty of racial dialo…
 
In episode two, we talk to Dr. Keffrelyn Brown, Associate Professor of Cultural Studies in Education in the Department of Curriculum and Instruction at the University of Texas at Austin. Our conversation focuses on best practices for culturally responsive teaching and moving away from classrooms as "safe" spaces.…
 
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