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T4CW: John Brown Childs on Education, Race, Inspiration, and Cooperation
by Maestr@s
UCSC Professor (retired), author, Scholar, Educator John Brown Childs joined the teachers for the hour on Monday, covering topics from Katrina to Obama, UCSC Politics to his namesake John Brown, the Civil Rights Movement of the Sixties to contemporary issues facing Santa Cruz, all through the lens of Transcommunality--the title of one of Childs' books--which examines the ways that race class & gender separate us, but also link us together and lead to a practice of respectful cooperation in the best case, making peaceful coexistence possible even when (inevitable) disagreement takes hold in our work and our movements. 1hr. 2 min. 54 sec. MP3 format, mono.

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