“What We Are Learning About Learning” is a podcast about teaching and learning in higher education. Through this resource, we hope to expand and share more broadly the conversations we’re having with students, faculty, and staff, and throw light on some of the most important issues and developments in higher education today. 

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Season 1 Episode 4. June 2021: Anti-Racist Pedagogy in Practice

This episode features faculty who engage active strategies to create inclusive, anti-racist classrooms. We grounded this episode in the events of the past year on the Georgetown campus and across the country, as well as the results of our Campus Climate Survey. The goal is to learn from colleagues how to foster a sense of belonging for all students, even when the conversations get tough.

Show Notes

Episode transcript

Links to Faculty/Staff Bios

  • Dr. Randy Bass, Vice President for Strategic Education Initiatives and Professor of English in the College Department of English 
  • Dr. Robert Bies, Professor of Management and Founder of the Executive Master’s in Leadership Program at the McDonough School of Business
  • Charlene Brown-Mckenzie, Director of the Center for Multicultural Equity and Access
  • Dr. Donna Cameron, Professor in School of Medicine Medical Educator Track and Adjunct Associate Professor in the School of Nursing & Health Studies
  • Dr. Marcia Chatelain, Professor of History and African American studies in the Department of History and American Studies Program
  • Kyra Hanlon, Assistant Director of Immersion Programs with the Center for Social Justice Research, Teaching and Service
  • Dr. Amrita Ibrahim, Assistant Teaching Professor in the Department of Anthropology
  • Dr. Maurice Jackson, Associate Professor in the Department of History and Affiliated Professor of Music
  • Dr. Amena Johnson, Associate Director of the LGBTQ Resource Center
  • Father Raymond Kemp, Special Assistant to the President, Adjunct Professor in the Department of Theology, and DC Community Fellow with the Center for Social Justice
  • Rosemary Kilkenny, Esq., Vice President for Institutional Diversity and Equity
  • Jessica Lee, Assistant Director for Newcomer and Immigrant Community Engagement at the Center for Social Justice Research, Teaching and Service
  • Noah Martin, Senior Program Designer with the Core Pathways Initiative
  • Dr. Susannah McGowan, Associate Director for Curriculum Design at the Center for New Designs in Learning and Scholarship
  • Shanelle Roberson, Assistant Director for Youth Justice Initiatives at the Center for Social Justice Research, Teaching and Service
  • Dr. Nicholas Subtirelu, Assistant Professor of Applied Linguistics in the Department of Linguistics
  • Dr. Scott Taylor, Vice Dean of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion and Professor in the School of Foreign Service and Director of African Studies Program 
  • Dr. Sabrina Wesley-Nero, Associate Teaching Professor in and Director of the Education, Inquiry and Justice program
  • Dr. Andria Wisler, Executive Director of the Center for Social Justice Research, Teaching and Service and Associate Teaching Professor of Justice and Peace

Special thanks to the Georgetown students who contributed to the “I Can’t Breathe” Video:
Lara Adakunle, Eni Akinniyi, D’Andre Barriffe, Wes Bowers, Anthony Childress, Theron Cooper, Cameron Crayton, Sari Cureton, Aniella Delafosse, Maya Drayton,Max Edwards, Tony Gyimah, Jaz Harmon, Rio Hope-Gund Jewell Johnson, Josiah Laney, Stanford Maison, Kai Nelson, Yasmin Ott, Ruach Padhal, Cassidy Palmer, Allen Paul, Tiy Reed, Tamiya Roberts, Alexis Smith, Margo Snipes, Symone Speech, Sherman Steptoe, Joshua Stevens, Jordan Wells, Ahmad Wilson, Quincy Wilson, and Shanniah Wright. Additional thanks to Daelyn Waters, the producer of the “I Can’t Breathe” video.

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