Last month, the Public School Forum of North Carolina, along with the Samuel Dubois Cook Center on Social Equity and the Policy Bridge at the Sanford School of Public Policy at Duke University hosted their second annual Color of Education summit, which focused on racial equity and education in North Carolina. For this week’s episode of Education Matters, we’ll talk with representatives from two of the Color of Education partner organizations about the summit and the work that is to come. We’ll also hear from two groups that presented at this year’s Color of Education summit about their racial equity work in schools and communities.

Guests: 

  • Patience Wall, Color of Education and Duke Sanford School of Public Policy 
  • Ashley Kazouh, Policy Analyst, Public School Forum of NC 
  • William P. Jackson, Ph.D., Chief Dreamer, Village of Wisdom
  • Aliyah Abdur-Rahman, Founder and Collaborator, DEI Works 

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Interview Segments
 
Village of Wisdom
William P. Jackson, Ph.D., Chief Dreamer
 
DEI Works
Aliyah Abdur-Rahman, Founder & Collaborator
 

Color of Education 

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