June 25, 2020 by Julia Rose
How do we teach our African American students from a place of Freedom instead of Fear?
How can we discipline instead of punish?
Respond instead of react?
Connect instead of crack-down?
These are all questions we explore with our guest today, Aretha Hampton, LCSW, who shares her story as a mother to a black son who experienced harsh punishment from a teacher for an innocent mistake.
This episode is all about learning, exploring, reflecting and growing together.
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