Citizen Education Show Network
Talk Dat Real Sh*t
It’s like the 'Breakfast Club' meets 'Red Table Talk' for education! Catch Tanesha Peeples, Jason B. Allen and Nehemiah Frank every Monday at 2PM ET. We're liberating black minds and all that goes with it.
When 15 million students in this country can't even get online to access their distance learning materials, something needs to change. Welcome to “Access Denied,” where host Dirk Tillotson covers the movement to provide internet access to all students regardless of family income.
8 Black Hands
“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.”
Rise Up With Nekima Levy Armstrong
Activist and civil rights attorney Nekima Levy Armstrong calls out the injustices that plague every institution in this country and calls for us all to "Rise Up"
Educator and author Jay Wamsted joins Citizen Stewart to co-host a show with frank conversations on race and racism in American classrooms.
We, The Motherhood
Mother-advocates of students with disabilities have genuine conversations on how parents can arm themselves with the tools to best advocate for their children.
Dark Side of Education W/ Rashad Turner
Every week host Rashad Turner gives it to you raw and uncut. A lot of folks like to romanticize education in Minnesota but Rashad is here to show you the dark side—and highlight the good, when it's for real.
We all remember recess from growing up. It was the time of day where you could have all the conversations you couldn't have in class. The Recess podcast has real education conversations explaining students and schools hosted by school leader and education blogger David McGuire.
#SeekingChildJustice Virtual Town Hall
Education activists, advocates and thought leaders reflect on what it looks like to truly seek child justice and rethink the way we build up the whole child in education.