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Our host Justin Reich kicks off our new series, Teacher Speech and the New Divide. To get a sense of the current landscape of divisive content laws, we talk to Brock Boone, senior staff attorney at the Southern Poverty Law Center. Then, we’re joined by Sarah Kaka, Associate Professor and Writer/Researcher at Ohio Wesleyan University, who helps us understand how divisive laws are impacting teachers every day. And, Dakota Morrison shares his student teaching experience as a high school social studies teacher designing a civil rights unit in Ohio.
Special thanks to our friends at Learning for Justice, and the Justice in Schools team at the Harvard Graduate School of Education for their collaboration on this work.
Resources and Links
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Watch our documentary film We Have to Do Something Different
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Produced by Aimee Corrigan and Garrett Beazley
Recorded and Mixed by Garrett Beazley
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