Cedric Johnson featured on ArtCenter's Change Lab Podcast to discuss racial justice
Cedric has a gift for communicating complex and sometimes disruptive ideas with warmth, clarity and impressive skill... his extensive writings (and in his interview with Change Lab), he emphasizes the need for addressing the roots of racial injustice
Beth Richie's work cited in a Mother Jones article on the turn away from 'law and order' feminism
"In a break with decades of efforts to expand the policing and prosecution of sex crimes, the agenda calls for limits on the power and reach of cops and courts...Instead, it recommends replacing school police with counselors,"
Dave Stovall cited in an article on teachers who have introduced Black Lives Matter in their lesson plans
“You may have never owned slaves, you may have never uttered a racial epithet,” said Stovall, who is Black, “but you live in a world that assumes my criminality over my humanity, and that I think is the toughest thing for people to grapple with.”
Dave Stovall featured in article on how museums are combining childcare and education
Dr. David Stovall, — professor at the University of Illinois at Chicago who studies the intersection of race, place and school — pointed out that many parents did not have the resources to pay for a private pod instructor