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Great Lakes Equity Center is a technical assistance and research center located at Indiana University-Purdue University, Indianapolis. Established in 2011, the Center provides technical assistance, resources, professional learning opportunities, and conducts research related to equity, civil rights, and systemic school reform.
 
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In this Equity Spotlight Podcast, Equity Fellow Dr. David Hernández-Saca and other scholars critically engage in an interdisciplinary and intersectional counter-storytelling about what counts as truth, how we come to truth, and how these processes impact dis/abled, Black, Indigenous, and youth of Color students individually, interpersonally, struct…
 
In this Equity Spotlight Podcast, Equity Fellow Dr. David Hernández-Saca, along with his colleagues, will critically engage in an interdisciplinary dialogue to respond to Critical Race in Education Theorist and Teacher Educator Dr. Gloria Ladson-Billings’ challenge to educational stakeholders on how we should respond to the four crises in education…
 
In the second half of this Equity Spotlight Podcast conversation (please see Part One here), Equity Fellow Dr. David Hernández-Saca, along with his colleagues, continue to critically engage in an interdisciplinary dialogue to respond to Critical Race in Education Theorist and Teacher Educator Dr.
 
This EquiLearn Podcast Series, The 20-Minute Talk, is a podcast repurpose of the Midwest and Plains Equity Assistance Center (MAP Center)—a project of the Great Lakes Equity Center’s— 2021 Vodcast Series. Episode One of The 20-Minute Talk is an introductory discussion of the need for an Anti-Racism Vodcast Series and the MAP Center's anti-racist st…
 
This EquiLearn Podcast Series, The 20-Minute Talk, is a podcast repurpose of the Midwest and Plains Equity Assistance Center (MAP Center)—a project of the Great Lakes Equity Center’s— 2021 Vodcast Series. This episode of our Anti-Racist Vodcast, The 20-Minute Talk, features guest speakers Perry Wilkinson, M.Ed., Education Equity & Systems Data Spec…
 
This EquiLearn Podcast Series, The 20-Minute Talk, is a podcast repurpose of the Midwest and Plains Equity Assistance Center (MAP Center)—a project of the Great Lakes Equity Center’s— 2021 Vodcast Series. Episode three of the MAP Center’s Antiracist Vodcast Series focuses on A Conversation with Antiracist Leaders. In this episode, we discuss with D…
 
This EquiLearn Podcast Series, The 20-Minute Talk, is a podcast repurpose of the Midwest and Plains Equity Assistance Center (MAP Center)—a project of the Great Lakes Equity Center’s— 2021 Vodcast Series. Episode four of the MAP Center’s Antiracist Vodcast Series focuses on Antiracism Conversations at the Intersections. This episode focuses on the …
 
This EquiLearn Podcast Series, The 20-Minute Talk, is a podcast repurpose of the Midwest and Plains Equity Assistance Center (MAP Center)—a project of the Great Lakes Equity Center’s— 2021 Vodcast Series. Episode five of the MAP Center’s Antiracist Vodcast Series focuses on discussing and speaking into the vision of anti-racism in our school system…
 
This EquiLearn Podcast Series, The 20-Minute Talk, is a podcast repurpose of the Midwest and Plains Equity Assistance Center (MAP Center)—a project of the Great Lakes Equity Center’s— 2021 Vodcast Series. This episode will focus how one’s positionality may define what is hope, healing, and harmony for antiracism. Also, the tension of unity vs. self…
 
Expanding on the Racial Opportunity Cost framework, as presented in a previous Equity Spotlight Podcast, Dr. Venzant Chambers invited a panel of professors, parents, and students to discuss their experience with Racial Opportunity Costs, particularly in relation to the Black Lives Matter movement.
 
This Equity Spotlight Podcast is based on the authors’ qualitative research paper, in which they synthesized studies from 2006 to 2018 about students' experiences. Specifically, the authors discuss students' experiences, how students made sense of their disability labels within the education system, and how they negotiate—and potentially challenge—…
 
In this Equity Spotlight Podcast, the authors discuss the experiences that Joyce has had as a Black mother whose son is in Special Education. We highlight the intersectional issues of disability and race when advocating for fair treatment of Black youth in the K-12 public school system. Coming from different positions allows us to confirm that thes…
 
The purpose of this Equity Spotlight Podcast is to counter the pervasive stereotypes about Black fathers, specifically as it relates to their lack of involvement in their children's education. The goals of this podcast are to discuss: (1) Black fathers’ relationships with schools; (2) how Black fathers engage in K-12 schools; and, (3) how schools c…
 
This Equity Spotlight Podcast, a follow-up conversation to the Virtual Roundtable of the same name, explains the origins of open enrollment; discusses the implications of open enrollment for de/segregation in urban and suburban schools; and addresses questions raised from the preceding Virtual Roundtable about open enrollment/school choice and de/s…
 
During this Equity Spotlight podcast, Dr. Crystal Morton and Dr. Daniella Cook discuss the role of community engagement and organizing in urban education reform. Further, they discuss the meaning of community engagement and organizing and factors that support and hinder community engagement and organizing.…
 
In this Equity Spotlight podcast, Dr. Federico Waitoller interviews two special education teachers about their experiences and perspectives with being special education teachers in charter schools—and the preceding teacher strike that led to shifts in policy.
 
In this Equity Spotlight Podcast, Ms. Mauldin interviews Dr. Venzant Chambers on how to support high achieving students of Color through the reduction of Racial Opportunity Cost (ROC). Through the ROC framework, Dr. Venzant Chambers highlights students’ experiences and educators’ roles in addressing these costs to support safe and inclusive school …
 
In this podcast, Mary Catherine Miller talks with four experts in children’s literature about how they use the books featuring LGBTQ characters to explore issues surrounding gender and sexuality and its representation in children’s and young adult literature, biases, microaggressions, and, ultimately, empathy.…
 
This podcast discusses what it means to be a black girl in today's mathematics classroom, and how the experiences of black girls and mathematics can help inform how educators can create more equitable mathematics learning opportunities for black girls.
 
School districts play critical roles in creating diverse educational environments. The podcast is intended to serve as a resource for those engaged in efforts around school desegregation, which is particularly important at a time when political, judicial, and legislative support for such efforts are waning and public schools are increasingly racial…
 
In this episode, Mr. Brian Jackson, a member of the Lac du Flambeau band of Lake Superior Ojibwe, speaks openly about issues that affect American Indian communities and the education of American Indian students. He discusses ways school systems can center equity in educational practices with American Indian students, including some examples of expe…
 
Listen in as Dr. Blackburn talks about specific actions educators can take to ensure that Lesbian Gay Bisexual Transgender and Queer (LGBTQ) students feel safe and supported in school communities. In this episode, Dr. Blackburn shares challenges LGBTQ youth face in school, explains the importance confronting heteronormativity and discusses how acti…
 
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