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Equity Speaks: Culturally Sustaining Leadership

Equity Speaks: Culturally Sustaining Stories

Release Date: 07/08/2019

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Equity Speaks: Culturally Sustaining Stories

The fourth Equity Speaks podcast from OCCRL explores campus racial climates that racially minoritized students experience. The interview with Joseph Alonzo, Charles H.F. Davis, and Dominique Hill also covers the rise of student activism and how higher education professionals can leverage culturally sustaining practices to support activists and the campus community.

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Equity Speaks: Culturally Sustaining Stories

For the third episode of the Equity Speaks podcast series, we explore the culturally responsive wraparound student-support services that administrators use to support racially minoritized student populations on community college campuses. Antonio Jackson, Alvina Thomas, and Gabrielle Thompson are the panelists. The show is hosted by Krystal Andrews and Colvin Georges Jr. of the Office of Community College Research and Leadership.

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Equity Speaks: Culturally Sustaining Stories

This podcast explores the culturally responsive pedagogy practices that community college faculty utilize while teaching their courses. OCCRL research assistant Krystal Andrews and associate director AJ Welton speak with Drs. Grisel Acosta (Bronx Community College), Tiffany Gause (Santiago Canyon College), and Mara Lazda (Bronx Community College). The candid talk covers the intentionality and importance of utilizing culturally responsive pedagogy to reflect the demographics and needs of student populations.

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Equity Speaks: Culturally Sustaining Stories

This episode explores the culturally sustaining leadership practices that practitioners and administrators use while working with students. You'll hear from Brandon Bellamy of Howard County Community College and Dr. Rhonda Coats of Davidson County Community College. Both will discuss their leadership journeys and how their roles influence leveraging equity-embedded practices and policies on their campuses. Dr. Mohammad Khalifa leads things off by defining what culturally sustaining leadership is.

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This episode explores the culturally sustaining leadership practices that practitioners and administrators use while working with their student populations. You'll hear from Brandon Bellamy of Howard County Community College in Maryland and Dr. Rhonda Coats of Davidson County Community College in North Carolina. Both will discuss their leadership journeys and how their roles influence leveraging equity-embedded practices and policies on their campuses.

Additionally, Dr. Muhammad Khalifa, a professor at the University of Minnesota who specializes in this area of research, leads things off by defining what culturally sustaining leadership is and entails.