Author, educator, and justice advocate Scott Kurashige joins SWIFT’s Wade Kelly for a brief conversation following an enlightening slideshow presentation. Dr. Kurashige’s lecture covers noteworthy recent national incidences of anti-Asian violence, as well as some of the historical landmarks of the Asian American experience in America.
Author, educator, coach, and consultant Lorena Germán joins SWIFT’s Wade Kelly for an expansive and animated conversation that touches on many topics, from the utility of Culturally Sustaining Pedagogy to educating in a post-pandemic America, and the power of community.
Social worker, counselor, therapist, teacher, and activist Dr. Caleb Stephens joins SWIFT’s Wade Kelly for a casual conversation on topics ranging from the healing power of chasing joy to the importance of social emotional teaching and learning.
Author, educator, leadership coach, and radical dreamer Jamila Dugan joins SWIFT’s Wade Kelly for a joyful conversation about educator/student connectedness, the post-pandemic scramble, moving beyond trauma, and much more.
Researchers, authors, collaborators, and social justice-driven educators Angela Calabrese Barton and Edna Tan sit down with SWIFT’s Wade Kelly for a spirited discussion of Rightful Presence, equity as inclusion, the dynamics of power, allied political struggle, and much more.
David Kirkland discusses educational justice, community, DEI work, data as power, the tyranny of information, and more.
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Hear a district leader discuss how SWIFT provided district-level professional development.
Hear a building principal talk about how working with SWIFT helped her school to avoid repeating the mistakes of ...