April 11, 2023

Episode 97: Countering Florida's War on CRT

The Florida state government has enacted multiple laws in recent years that censor what can and cannot be taught and discussed in the classroom. Taonga Leslie speaks with Kenneth Nunn about the experience of teaching about race in Florida. They discuss the consequences for teachers, students, and society when critical discussions of race are censored, strategies for countering such censorship, and some of the silver linings from what is happening right now.  

Episode Host: Taonga Leslie, ACS Director of Policy and Program for Racial Justice

Episode Guest: Kenneth Nunn, Professor of Law Emeritus, UF Law


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