In part three of our Science in Palestine series, we highlight five themes from The Second International Meeting for Science in Palestine. The gathering took place in November 2018 at Columbia University.
In part two of this series, we speak with two concerned scientists, Mario Martone and Marcelo Nomura, who were involved with organizing The Second International Meeting for Science in Palestine. They also introduce listeners to two of the organizations, Scientists for Palestine and Science for the People, that collaborated on this gathering which took place in November 2018 at Columbia University.
In part one of the Science in Palestine series, we speak to Zeiad Abbas, executive director of (MECA) Middle East Children’s Alliance, about the history of Palestine. He connects his personal experience as a refugee from the Dheisheh Refugee Camp in the West Bank to a long history and struggle against military colonial occupation. Zeiad highlights the importance of learning from movements for justice globally and shares a new resource called Teach Palestine, a website for educators, students, and anyone interested in teaching and learning about Palestine.
We introduce our multi-part series on Science in Palestine.
It’s been a while. But we’re back with an amazing season ahead of us. In this episode, we catch you up on where we’ve been and what we’ve been cookin’. Check out our intro to Season 2!
In this episode, we wrap with up some thoughts about this season, several shout-outs, and a peek into upcoming episodes. Thanks for listening in and we hope to see and hear from you soon!
In this episode, we speak with Dr. Rochelle Gutiérrez about rehumanizing mathematics.
In this episode, we speak to our guest, Judy Dow on a praxis of abolition. Judy Dow is a basketmaker and educator of over 30 years and is currently working on a book entitled Returning To Ourselves. She shares her praxis connecting mapping, stories, navigating the narrows, and learning from the land. Amazing stuff!
In this episode, we speak to our guest, Dr. Danny Morales-Doyle on the praxis of abolition. Dr. Morales-Doyle is an Assistant Professor at the University of Illinois-Chicago and has been developing his work through a lens on Justice Centered Science Pedagogy.
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In this episode, we speak with two members from the Free Radicals Collective. Listen in if you are interested in learning how some folks are organizing for a more socially just, equitable, and accountable science.
THIS EPISODE WILL BE AVAILABLE TUESDAY OCTOBER 23RD
In this episode, LaToya and Atasi return to a concept of Abolition Science. They recap some themes that came out of Dr. Crystal T. Laura’s and Robert P. Robinson’s interview. So what is abolition science exactly? Check this episode out!
Dr. Crystal T. Laura, Associate Professor of Educational Leadership at Chicago State University, shares her wisdom to break down what abolition could mean and look like in schools.
What are some of the historical legacies of abolition? Listen to Doctoral candidate of Urban Education at The Graduate Center, City University of New York, Robert P. Robinson, talk about the concept, ideals and action of abolition. What does it mean? What does it have to do with us today?
It’s here! Our first episode. Listen in and find out what this series is really about.
Check out our trailer to get a sneak peek of upcoming episodes