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The New Civil Rights Era: This is a Movement. not just a moment
By Natalie Kivell posted Dec 13, 2014 at 09:08 PM

 

Sunday @ 6pm. join the discussion on state violence and social justice. 



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The road to ‘you know where’ is paved with good intentions: Can ecological theory change our course?
By Natalie Kivell posted Dec 04, 2014 at 01:03 PM

 

RadioActive Sunday @6pm. Ed Trickett joins us to unpack ecological theory as a way to understand and interact with our social worlds. 



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RadioActive - What are we waiting for? Let’s build a movement!
By Natalie Kivell posted Nov 09, 2014 at 04:22 PM

 

Sunday @6pm. Reflections on Miami's first anti-poverty summit...



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RadioActive - Avoiding Activist burnout: Helping ourselves so we can change the world!
By Natalie Kivell posted Nov 02, 2014 at 01:21 PM

 

Check out RadioActive, Sunday @6pm to hear about creative forms of self-care.



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RadioActive - “Why Are So Many Minority Students in Special Education?”
By Natalie Kivell posted Oct 26, 2014 at 11:36 AM

 

Sunday @6pm. This Sunday we will explore the issues of disproportionality of minority students in Special Education. Dr. Elizabeth Harry, a professor and the Chair of the Teaching and Learning Department in the School of Education and Human Development will be on the air to discuss. Taking us through the narrative of minority children as they enter school, are referred to special ed and evaluated and placed accordingly we will be taken through the stories of real lives as lived through our current education system. We will hear from Dr. Harry on the issues and implications of these outcomes and will be taken on a journey exploring how disproportionality in our education system and other systems intersect to perpetuate inequality in our communities and society. 





RadioActive: Building Community: Admit it…We are just better together
By Natalie Kivell posted Oct 19, 2014 at 01:22 PM

 

Sunday @6pm. Community....that warm and fuzzy place where we all belong, sing kumbaya and live happily ever after. But what is Community? What makes up our sense of community? Why is this something that may be worth focusing some intentional energy towards? Joining me to talk about some of our own work in building community is Candalyn Rade from North Carolina State University. We hope to share and discuss with you some of our learning through a year of community building for the South East Region of our national organization for Community Psychology (the Society for Community Research and Action, SCRA). Let's continue the learning together together to see how we can strengthen our communities and build power for creating positive change in our world. 





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