Just Talk! Educational Equity Podcast

Episode 3 Notes: Black Lives Matter at School

February 14, 2019

Host Tony Neal welcomes Ismael Jimenez of the national organizing committee for Black Lives Matter at School to discuss this movement in the first week of February, intended to infuse schools with components of activism. Did you miss participating in the national week observance of Black Lives Matter at School? Don't let that stop you from doing something now to promote this concept. Black Lives Matter at School everyday! 

For the comprehensive website for Black Lives Matter at School, including curated lesson plans for all levels and link to buy the cool t-shirt:


For the National Education Association's website promoting Black Lives Matter at School, including additional ideas for lessons and events:



"Do You Hear Us?" by Grim, aka Diondre Jackson-Henderson. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WiyPXQDlG7s


Said I Wasn't Gonna Tell Nobody: The Making of a Black Theologian by James Cone, 2018.  

www.workingeducators.org Philadelphia teachers organization committed to activism in promoting quality schools.

Melanated Educators Collective - Philadelphia teachers of color organization to support and develop within the profession.


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