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Little Red School House

Mar 30, 2021

On today's episode we were fortunate to be joined by a truly talented, and empathy filled teacher, Annie Tan. A Chinese Asian American elementary special ed teacher of students of color living in Chinatown NYC, Annie shares and communally grieves about the negative affects COVID19 is having on Chinatown, the...


Mar 25, 2021

Adam and Christina get down to the business of how capitalism distorts our feelings, starting off with all the clichéd phrases we’ve all learned to rely on when someone is having a tough time. Then, we move into the current movements that are meant to make up for defunct US health care system—self-help gurus and...


Mar 22, 2021

NYC parent Rafael Lena shares his thoughts on the COVID Open Schools movement, education in this country, and much more.

It was a pleasure talking with a parent that not only doesn't hate teachers but understands that we all (parents, students, and teachers) need solidarity if we are going to succeed as a...


Mar 18, 2021

 

John, and guest Deanna discuss why they both decided to take leave this school year and why they believe other teachers should take leave too.

We also discuss the racism inherent in the "Open Schools" movement, our sad predictions for the future of education in this country, and our hopeful predictions as well.

It was...


Mar 15, 2021

Internet activist and anon Gregg Housh stops by to discuss #OperationPanopticon, the always glorious Tillie & the APT-69420 Arson Cats, and their (alleged) hack of 150,000 cameras operated by private firm Verkada. Find out just how fragile the surveillance state is and how to advocate against it in your school.  Along...