Dave Stovall quoted in Wisconsin Public Radio story on racially hostile environments at Burlington Schools
David Stovall, a criminology professor at the University of Illinois at Chicago who studies the intersection of race and school, said that while some districts might be called out through complaint processes like DPI's or via lawsuits...
Chalkbeat Chicago interviewed David Stovall on fundraising disparities in Chicago Public Schools
Friends Of groups became more common in Chicago in the 1960s, he said, when white families, in response to more Black and Latino families moving into their neighborhoods, moved their children to magnet schools or to other schools outside of the areas
Amanda Lewis quoted in a Washington Post story about the legacy of the Great Migration & efforts to preserve landmarks
"Another benefit of the renewed interest, Lewis and others hope, is the spotlight it will shine on key Black figures. Chicago is considering landmark status for the Phyllis Wheatley Club and Home..."
CNN online story about Black women's roles in the civil rights movement includes an excerpt of Jane Rhode's book
"While the (Black Panther) paper's iconography celebrated strong Black women carrying weapons and functioning as dedicated soldiers to the revolutionary cause, the texts tended to argue for an assertion of masculine authority..."
Jane Rhodes interviewed by CNN on the Black Panther Party's legacy as depicted in "Black Judas and the Black Messiah"
"A key reason why the Panthers survive in the public imaginary 50 years after they were very active has a lot to do with their work in their time, in the 1960s and '70s. They wanted to make themselves visible. They wanted to resonate."