Kevin Dua

50 minutes

Host Justin Reich is joined by Kevin Dua, 2017 Massachusetts History Teacher of the Year, a two-time Massachusetts Teachers Association Human & Civil Rights awardee, and a current member of the Ideation UpLift Legacy Cohort for K-12 Black Male Educators. Kevin is a History and Psychology Teacher at Cambridge Rindge and Latin School in Cambridge, Massachusetts. Justin and Kevin discuss anti-racism, unlearning, and strategies to increase equity in education in the age of Covid. Kevin also shares his experience as an advisor to the award winning Black Student Union in Cambridge, Massachusetts.

“Oftentimes educators talk about wanting to integrate current events. Right now, the current events, if it's not COVID-19, it's systemic racism. It's white supremacy. If those words, if those key terms aren't being said aloud, regardless of if it's a social studies classroom or a math classroom, that should be a red flag.” - Kevin Dua

In this episode we’ll talk about:

  • The Black Lives Matter Movement and its impact on teaching
  • Disrupting Systems / Unlearning
  • Current state of educators in COVID
  • COVID exposing inequities
  • Cambridge Rindge and Latin’s Black Student Union
  • Advice to teachers

 

Resources and Links

Follow Kevin Dua on Twitter

Check out Kevin’s resources on Anti-Racism.

Read an interview with Kevin Dua in the Daily Times Chronicle 

Check out Justin Reich’s new book!

 

 

Transcript

https://teachlabpodcast.simplecast.com/episodes/kevin-dua/transcript

 

Produced by Aimee Corrigan and Garrett Beazley

Recorded and mixed by Garrett Beazley

 

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