Tondra Loder-Jackson

Professor of Educational Foundations at The University of Alabama at Birmingham and author of “Schoolhouse Activists: African American Educators and the Long Birmingham Civil Rights Movement”

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During America’s current national reckoning over Black people dying at the hands of police, what is the role of the school teacher?

The role of school teachers in promoting Black Lives Matter and activism

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