Five Black Voices on the Importance of Discussing Racism with International Students
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Since late May, as protests against racism and police brutality spread across the United States, conversations in the public and private spheres have spurred many international educators to confront their own biases and actions.

International Educator spoke with five professionals in the field to discuss their experiences as Black international educators and why talking to international students about racism is important. Listen to the podcast to hear from Kaloki Nabutola, PhD; Andrew Gordon; Tonija Hope Navas, PhD; Michael Reid; and Jewell Green Winn, EdD. (Read the story.)

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