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(Updated 1/6/21: Edited to improve sound and decrease overlap caused by delay.) In an overdue reunion, Robin Wilson graced me with an hour of her Sunday to share her story. She passed down a major portion of my teaching-for-justice toolbox...
Colleagues Leah Moore (40) and Roshanna Beard (33) talk about their experiences and journeys as educators. They discuss the importance of advocating for their students and families, and remember becoming PBS Kids Early Learning Champions.
Rachel and Takeru are close friends, colleagues, and teach high school English class. When Rachel was diagnosed with her third bout of cancer, they sat down together to reflect on her journey as a teacher, from how she came into...
Entering the life of Bob Dunbar and all of his stories
Spouses, Dr. David Anderson (92) and Ruth Anderson (81), talk with friend Delores Jackson Radney (65) about the importance of family and cultural heritage. They discuss the powerful way Kwanzaa brings people together and why they continue to meet every...
Mara Jill Herman and Ron DeMaio discuss the power of the arts community, Ron's impact at Herricks High School, and his educational legacy.
During this interview me and my Grandmother talked about her childhood, as well as her professionss, and what she would like future generations to think of her and advice they should know from her.
Alissa Burse (48) is interviewed by her father, Anthony "Tony" Fountain [no age given], about her career in education and how she is adjusting to life as a teacher during COVID.
Jeanmarie Badar (57) interviews her friend, Elizabeth Cottone (55), about her life before and after a stroke and the way surviving has shifted her perspective on life.
Takeru and Esther are young Asian-American high school teachers in the south coast of Massachusetts. They teach next to each other in a community whose diverse population is not reflective of their racial or ethnic background. As they end their...
Eduardo Pesante (42) interviews his mother, Melba Pesante (67), about her views on faith, religion, time, quilting, and why she chooses to see life through the eyes of a child.
Siblings, Laura Douglas (70) and David Blevins (68), pay tribute to their parents by sharing their story and the way they impacted everyone around them.
Bill Waldman shares his social work journey in the public space leading the State of New Jersey's Child Welfare Agency.
Jodi Wilkof (51) interviews her friend, Rosanne Wood (69), about her family, her career as an educator, and her current work as a member of the school board.
Blaire Washington (16) interviews Blair Imani (26), a historian, educator, author, and influencer, about her life as a black queer Muslim woman. They talk about why Blair decided to educate people and what she educates them about, her struggles and...
Jennifer Lind, granddaughter of Rosa T. Beard, recaps highlights from the Telling HERstory Podcast's first year and shares a few lessons that she has learned from HERstory during this podcasting journey.
Talking with daughter that just finished her 4th year as an elementary school teacher. And what’s she’s learned.
Creating Community Through Sharing Stories: Domino Physicist Peter Bloom reflects about his life from his childhood in Newton to learning to be an effective and impactful educator.
Hannah Duncan: 2021-10-13 22:21:10
A glimpse into the amazing adventures of Dad/Rob Gough
American life through the eyes and passion of an educator. Including the perspective of Tracy Langley, a white, immigrant, woman, and educator.
[Recorded Saturday, June 11, 2022]