Watson and Gionfriddo discuss the need for accessible mental health resources for youth who experience racial injustice, trauma, community violence, and poverty, and the over-policing and use of force occurring in communities and in youth detention centers.
TaNeel Filesteel, a Tribal Prosecutor for the Fort Belknap Tribal Government, asks us to challenge the definition and practice of American justice within our tribal criminal justice systems. She weaves poetry and storytelling into a powerful talk on healing intergenerational trauma, strengthening tribal sovereignty, and the transformation of education within Indian Country. TaNeel Filesteel is a citizen of the Aaniih and Nakoda Tribes of the Fort Belknap Indian Reservation and Apsaalooke of the Crow Nation in Montana.
Juveniles committing crimes sometimes get treated like adults in the penile system. Sometimes this seems logical and the “right thing to do”. But is it? Jeff Wallace takes you through what happens when you treat a juvenile like an adult in this riveting personal story.
Dr. Frank Harris III and Dr. J. Luke Wood of the Community College Equity Assessment Lab from San Diego State University present an 84 minute discussion about equity-minded and culturally affirming teaching and learning practices in virtual learning communities.
Dr. Frank Harris III and Dr. J. Luke Wood of the Community College Equity Assessment Lab from San Diego State University present an hour long presentation about responding to racial bias and microagressions in online environments.