Episode 024

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In honor of Martin Luther King Jr. day, I'm airing a special series of intimate and insightful interviews with four Harvard educators and two University of California professors on topics related to Implicit Bias. We kick it off today with Privilege: what it is and what it is not, and how we can talk openly about it with young people.

As an Equity and Inclusion fellow and Harvard educator, Andrew shares his personal and professional experience on:

  • What privilege is and misconceptions around this word

  • How to talk to our children about privilege

  • Ladder of Inference to frame the sources of our privileges and assumptions

  • Difference between luck and privilege (a question on the 52 Essential Conversations game)

  • How to reevaluate your definitions of a “good” school

  • ...and much more!


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