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Black Educators and Urban Public Schools Video

Book Cover, Not Paved for Us, Black Educators and Public School Reform in Philadelphia, by Camika Royal

The Center for Education, Leadership, and Social Justice Education event Black Educators in Urban Schools was a huge success with featured speaker Dr. Camika Royal, Associate Professor of Urban Education in the Loyola School of Education. Dr. Royal was discussing her new book, Not Paved For Us: Black Educators and Public School Reform in Philadelphia (Harvard Education Press, 2022).

Panelists included:

  • Gloria Ladson-Billings, noted pedagogical theorist, anthropologist of education, and professor emerita at the University of Wisconsin
  • Sabriya Jubiliee, the first chief of the office of equity for the School District of Philadelphia
  • Tanefa Wallace, Baltimore City educator
  • Vanessa Dodo Seriki, panel moderator and Morgan State University professor

View a recording of the event below: