Re-Imagine Chicago: Breaking The School-To-Prison Pipeline By ‘Rethinking Schools’

Reimagine Chicago Breaking The School-To-Prison Pipeline
This 2019 logo contest winner was designed by Fabiha Ahmed, a high school student at Bard High School in Queens, New York for the National Black Lives Matter Week of Action in Our Schools. Fabiha Ahmed, Black Lives Matter At School / Facebook
Reimagine Chicago Breaking The School-To-Prison Pipeline
This 2019 logo contest winner was designed by Fabiha Ahmed, a high school student at Bard High School in Queens, New York for the National Black Lives Matter Week of Action in Our Schools. Fabiha Ahmed, Black Lives Matter At School / Facebook

Re-Imagine Chicago: Breaking The School-To-Prison Pipeline By ‘Rethinking Schools’

A national coalition of teachers is pushing back against white backlash to Black school curriculum like Critical Race Theory (CRT).

A Seattle-based teacher tells Reset how Black history in schools will help deconstruct systemic racism and break the “school-to-prison pipeline.”

GUEST: Jesse Hagopian, Seattle-based secondary education teacher; editor, Rethinking Schools magazine; co-author of the edited volume, Teaching for Black Lives