Check out all of our Listening for Justice Podcasts below:
Ep 1: Primary Director Reena Morgan took us on a journey into her childhood and the shame she was made to feel because her unique culture was not that of others.
Ep 2: Assistant Teacher and Near North grad Patrick Pressel (’02) recounted the feeling of being racially profiled by the police when he was in high school.
Ep 3: School Receptionist Pat Daniels and 12-14 Teacher Cynthia Castiglione discussed the impact of the “N-word” and whether it was okay for it to be used by someone who considers herself a white progressive ally.
Ep. 4: Administrative Assistant Lauren Pate shared a recent story where she stood up to a person making racists comments and what it means to be an ally, even for yourself.
Ep 5: NNM Parent Jeannette Schar shared two difficult stories about how labels that are meant to be inclusive can sometimes exclude as well as the paralyzing nature of facing the realities of injustice.
Ep 6: 12-14 Teacher and Blotch co-facilitator Cynthia Castiglione interviewed the “Listening for Justice” student creators to discuss what they learned about injustice over the course of their project by listening to the stories of NNM community members.