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Organizing for a Just World

Organizing for a Just World: A Conversation with Gordon Whitman In Part One Gordon shares his background in community organizing and strategies to motivate groups to build relationships to act together. And he shows how anti-racism work is central to movement building...

Teachers Act Up!

Teachers Act Up!: A Conversation with Melisa “Misha” Cahnmann-Taylor & Mariana Souto Manning Misha Cahnmann-Taylor and Mariana Souto-Manning are “rehearsing for the revolution” (Augusto Boal’s term) in their creative teaching. In Part One of this podcast they...

Jerome Scott

Jerome Scott: Organizing for the Future For the May 2019 podcast we welcome Jerome Scott, co-founder of Project South: Institute for the Elimination of Poverty and Genocide (f. 1986). Jerome visited my REL/EDU 385: Religion, Education, and Activism class in April and...

Ecojustice Pedagogy

Ecojustice Pedagogy: A Conversation with Rebecca A. Martusewicz I spoke with Prof. Martusewicz about her new book, A Pedagogy of Responsibility: Wendell Berry for Ecojustice Education, (Routledge, 2018). She draws inspiration for ecopedagogy from the life and writings...

Workers Unite!

Workers Unite: A Conversation with Ben Speight This March 2019 podcast is for anyone who teaches/studies social movements, movement building, labor history, union organizing, non-violent activism, social justice teaching, and direct action for social change! Hear...