In a recent 8 Black Hands episode, the fellas start off by dedicating the episode to a friend of Dr. Charles Cole, Rachel Willis-Henry who recently passed away, described as a warrior in the education liberation movement.

The episode starts off by touching on the toll of being Black in America and the importance of self-care for those in the fight for educational justice and moves to the prevalence of college-educated white folks who are quick to pop up on social media to lecture Black people about their own children and educational autonomy.

Listen to the full episode below:

Josh Stewart considers himself a global citizen first and foremost and is passionate about cultural exchange. He has a B.s. in Political Science and Hispanic Studies from St. John's University in Minnesota and experience as both an ESL and social studies teacher in Korea and the Philippines. He currently works a digital content Manager for Citizen Education and Education Post and enjoys both traditional and creative methods crafting messages around the desperate need to improve our education system and provide quality options to the most marginalized students and families.


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