“As the public education wars rage on, few warriors show up to fight for the students and families who have waited too long for justice delayed and denied. Yet, there is one small band of freedom fighters bringing sanity to the village. Anyone who threatens the education of our 8 million Black children is likely to catch these eight Black hands.”
A new episode of the 8 Black Hands Podcast saw all the hands back together for the first time in a while. In the episode, they discuss a group of privileged parents “upset at potential boundary changes that would route more Black students to their district.”
The guys have a conversation on how the actions of those clamoring for integration and diversifying schools never seem to match up with the rhetoric, and how Black people shouldn’t be begging to welcomed into spaces they aren’t wanted.
Listen to the full episode below and reach out with your thoughts on Twitter @8BlackHands1.