Black on Black Education Podcast

Black on Black Education Podcast

By BlackonBlackEducation
A team out to reimagine and redefine what a high quality education means in our communities. Together Everyone Learns More!
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Diversity and Inclusion (feat. Shatoyia Jones)

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Light a fire in students (feat. Kashema Hutchinson & Lauren Melendez)
In this weeks conversation we talked to Kashema Hutchinson & Lauren Melendez about their path to higher education, the importance of social emotional learning and the need for an investment in mentorship for students in college but more importantly studnets in the K-12 system.
55:55
May 28, 2020
What’s the role of gender roles? (feat. Delmar Dualeh)
This weeks conversation is between founder Evalaurene Jean-Charles, guest co-host Jamaal Thomas and guest Delmar Dualeh. We came together to discuss gender roles and their ability to hinder the social-emotional development of Black boys and boys of color. We discuss our personal experience with gender expectations and actions steps toward a future where the education a child receives is not dictated by their gender identity.
1:04:01
May 22, 2020
Black Educators Connect (feat. Tyshia Sheldon)
This week we had a conversation about the experience of teachers of color in majority white school, lack of communication between teachers and administrators, and the need for increased teacher training. Children deserve teachers that are going to help them capitalize on their gifts. This week we discuss ways to do that.
41:21
May 14, 2020
Foundation of Freedom (feat. Earl Thomason Jr.)
Today you are going to hear a conversation with Earl Thomason Jr., one of the founding members of Foundation of Freedom. We talk about the need to find creative and innovative ways to increase financial literacy in the black community. Financial freedom gives us greater access to our other freedoms and today’s conversation breaks down why growing economic power needs to be at the forefront of the modern day black liberation movement.
30:24
May 9, 2020
Escape in a Book (feat. Ola Ronke Akinmowo)
This episode is dedicated to the importance of reading. Founder, Evalaurene Jean-Charles, sat down with Ola Ronke Akinmowo founder of The Free Black Women’s Library had a conversation about reading to learn but also reading for pleasure. There is a book for everyone and we get into how to find that love for reading. We also discuss the need for diverse writers in all classrooms across the country, because we all need to learn “to see the world beyond our own.
40:10
May 5, 2020
Put students in the driver's seat (feat. Rakim Jenkins)
Today's conversation is between founder Black on Black Education, Evalaurene Jean-Charles, and Rakim Jenkins, 10th grade US History teacher. We spoke about the need for innovation within the public education system. We also spoke about the need to put students in the driver seat. Allowing them take ownership over their education, arming them with transferable skills for their life after high school. It was an incredible conversation, one of my favorites and I can't wait to hear how you felt about it.
1:08:37
April 24, 2020
Teaching through Coronavirus (feat. Adryonna Montgomery)
Covid-19 is changing the face of how teachers around the country and their students are dealing with the change in our entire society. We talk about the importance of being a black educator in a majority African American community and creating connections with students and parents. I think you are really going to get a lot out of this conversation and I look forward to hearing your thoughts.
39:51
April 17, 2020
Covid-19 is changing the face of education (feat. Micia Mosley)
Today’s episode is a joint interview with found and co-founder Evalaurene Jean-Charles and Jamaal Thomas. We had a conversation with Micia Mosley founder of the Black Teachers Project about how Covid-19 disproportionately effects black/brown students. We also talked about how to improve education when students finally go back to school.
40:53
April 9, 2020
There is no choice but to try (Feat. Reginald Green)
This conversation is for all the students and teachers who are forcing students to stick to a plan. Reginald Green is a 10 year educator and lawyer that fights for the advancement of the black community. This was an incredible conversation that I think we all can grow from listening to.
42:00
February 29, 2020
Masculinity in the Black Community (feat. Christopher St. Jean & Dandre East)
This week you’re going to listen to a candid conversation between Evalaurene Jean-Charles, Christopher St. Jean, and Dandre East about masculinity in the Black community. We discuss emotional intelligence and so much more. We laughed and we talked about how its okay to cry. I think you’re really going to enjoy.
46:17
February 21, 2020
Learning for Transformation (feat. Kian Brown)
This Weeks Episode is with Kian Brown of Everyday Black. We talk about traditional vs non-traditional education and the difference between simply learning for knowledge vs learning for transformation amongst other things. Enjoy the convo!
53:43
February 13, 2020
Diversity and Inclusion (feat. Shatoyia Jones)
Happy New Year. This weeks podcast episode is with the Shatoyia Jones the founder and CEO of First Ladies of Poverty Foundation and Ordinary x Influence. She is a diversity and inclusion consultant, social systems educator and entrepreneur, motivational speaker, budding podcast host, philosopher and model. She works to holistically support women of ethnic descent and other under-served communities in their journey to escaping poverty, as well as wealth and community building. On this episode we talk about her why and how implementing these practiced into out conception of education create a world that is truly better for everyone.
42:19
February 5, 2020
Education for Liberation Pt. 2 (feat. Sharif El-Mekki)
On this Episode Evalaurene & Jamaal interview Sharif El-Mekki of the Center for Black Educator Development.  We discuss the importance of Black teachers in the classroom and just how important education is to the transformation of our communities.
42:19
December 20, 2019
Ep. 17- Education for Liberation Pt 1. (Feat. Sharif El-Mekki)
On this Episode Evalaurene & Jamaal interview Sharif El-Mekki of the Center for Black Educator Development.  We discuss the importance of Black teachers in the classroom and just how important education is to the transformation of our communities.
45:31
December 17, 2019
Ep. 16- Brave Education (feat. Tim’m West)
This week Evalaurene Jean-Charles spoke with Tim’m West to discuss education advocacy, LGBTQ+ youth in schools, culturally responsive education, and social justice. The conversation was great and gave great insights into where we want to see our schools in the future.
1:05:55
December 5, 2019
Ep. 15- Where Black on Black Education was Born (feat. Stephanie Stamp)
This episode you are gonna hear a conversation between Evalaurene Jean-Charles and Stephanie Stamp as educator who invests her time and energy into students on the margins. We had an insightful conversation and I look forward to getting feedback on your thoughts.
50:39
November 21, 2019
Ep. 14- Inspired Teacher Inspires Teachers Pt. 2 (feat. Joseph Roberts)
On this episode of the Black on Black Education Podcast we have our first of a two part conversation with Mr. Joseph Roberts.   He’s a 17 year teacher who currently works as an Alternative School Teacher in the 2nd Best ranked district in all of Alabama.   Mr. Roberts has a passion for teaching that you’ll be able to hear throughout the interview.   He loves to inspire a love of learning in his students and he also loves to inspire teachers to become the best versions of themselves.   He does the latter via his very entertaining Instagram page that can be found @josephrobertshq.
59:59
November 14, 2019
Ep. 13- Inspired Teacher Inspires Teachers Pt. 1 (Feat. Joseph Roberts)
On this episode of the Black on Black Education Podcast we have our first of a two part conversation with Mr. Joseph Roberts. He’s a 17 year teacher who currently works as an Alternative School Teacher in the 2nd Best ranked district in all of Alabama.  Mr. Roberts has a passion for teaching that you’ll be able to hear throughout the interview. He loves to inspire a love of learning in his students and he also loves to inspire teachers to become the best versions of themselves. He does the latter via his very entertaining Instagram page that can be found @josephrobertshq
40:32
November 7, 2019
Ep. 12- Black on Black Education, how we got here? (feat. Evalaurene Jean-Charles)
This week you hear a new voice, Black on Black Education’s Youth correspondent, Sonai Clarke, sat down with Evalaurene Jean-Charles our CEO and founder. They had an incredible conversation where Eva gave insight into BOBE and all that has brought her to this work.
31:48
October 31, 2019
Ep. 11- Cannabis Culture (feat. Jaren Forbes)
This week Evalaurene Jean-Charles sat down with Jaren Forbes a worker in the growing medical cannabis industry. We had an incredible conversation about the history of cannabis, the implications of the war on drugs, and so much more. This conversation is a little different for us but I think your gonna like it.
35:23
October 24, 2019
Ep. 10- Bout That Life: Leadership For The Young Urban Professional (feat. Rahshib Thomas)
On this weeks episode of The Black on Black Education Podcast Jamaal Thomas sits down to talk to Coach, Speaker and Author Rahshib Thomas The Chief Leadership Minister at RT Consulting. In a wide ranging conversion Rahshib shares a little about his life and helps people understand some keys to navigating corporate America plus much more.
1:04:08
October 17, 2019
Ep. 9- What is Special Education? (Feat. Nikki Joseph’s)
On this weeks Black on Black Education Evalaurene Jean-Charles talks to Dr. Nikki Joseph’s of Manhattanville College. She brings a unique perspective on what we need to do to transform the education system. We dive into Social & Emotional Learning, the importance of Special Ed, a brilliant concept called Brave Spaces and much more.
1:00:42
October 11, 2019
Ep. 8- The Black Vote Matters (feat. Carri Twigg)
Evalaurene Jean-Charles sat down with Ms. Carri Twigg, co-founder of the Culture House production company. As a life long lover of politics we had an incredible conversation about the importance of voting in the black community.
19:32
October 3, 2019
Ep. 7- Quaint Revolt Media (feat. Sasha-Gay Trusty)
Evalaurene Jean-Charles sat down with Sasha-Gay Trusty, editor and chief of Quaint Revolt Media and discussed the need for art in the black community.
36:52
September 26, 2019
Ep. 6- Fellowship of Black Male Educators (feat. Sterling Grimes)
Evalaurene Jean-Charles had a great conversation with Sterling Grimes from the Fellowship of Black Male Educators
27:56
September 19, 2019
Ep. 5- White Plains Youth Bureau (feat. Frank Williams)
Jamaal sat down with Mr.Willams. A man working to prepare young people for their future.
48:40
September 12, 2019
Ep. 4- Mills & Edwards, LLP Attorneys of Law (feat. Donte Mills)
We sat down with Donte Mills an attorney of low defending children of injustices in school.
26:15
September 5, 2019
Ep. 3- Theodore D. Young Community Center (feat. Andre Early)
Black on Black Education sits down with Andre Early Commissioner of The Theodore Young Community Center in Greenburgh, NY. We dive into the role a Community Center plays in developing young minds and bring a community together.
48:34
August 29, 2019
Ep. 2- Restore More (feat. Claudine Miles)
We sat down with the founder and CEO Claudine Miles to discuss the particular challenges for black students navigating the public education system.
26:37
August 22, 2019
What does Black on Black Education Mean to Us?
The Black on Black Education Team explains what BOBE means to them.
06:38
August 16, 2019