In this podcast, Elizabeth Hammond and Austin Vick talk about how our social systems and institutions here in the U.S. follow a false narrative of best practices and the promise of education being the best tool to combat inequity. Co-hosts focus the conversation on how White supremacy survives education through language, dress and actions which can carry through college and onto professional careers. How are we further assimilating White culture for post higher education in the professional world?
Podcast Co-Hosts: Elizabeth Hammond and Austin Vick
Podcast Editors: Elizabeth Hammond and Austin Vick
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