Ferguson Response Network Podcast Ep 27 – #SlaveryWithASmile

@LeslieMac & Ricky from @AUADOTORG are joined by Mikki Kendall, Roni Dean-Burren, Edith Campbell & Allyson Criner Brown to discuss #ReclaimMLK 2016 and the current, historical and on-going saga of the #SlaveryWithASmile narrative in children’s literature.

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Host Contact:

LeslieMac

Ricky L. Hinds II

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Allyson Criner Brown

Roni Dean-Burren

Edith Campbell

Mikki Kendall


Show Notes – FRN Podcast Episode 27

#ReclaimMLK 2016

Movement 4 Black Lives Police Table Announcement:

Opening Song

A Fine Dessert

A Birthday Cake for George Washington

Summary Posts

Official Posts from Scholastic, Author & Editor

 

Storifies

 

Commentary

 

Alternative Book Lists for Black Children

 

 

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