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Season 2

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My Reflection Matters

Here’s the story about how a Nuyorican woman who worked at New York University as a social justice coach for educators is now living a life that evolved from a…
Safiah
May 3, 2017
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Personal Liberation

In this episode, we connect with an African-American living in Africa. Kaylan’s story is very much about about directing her own path, going against the norm to design a liberatory…
Safiah
April 26, 2017
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Motherhood & Mental Shifts

Atlanta and DC-based travel industry professional and Self-Directed Education loving Mama, Kenya Scott joins us once again. Her son has been benefiting from SDE as a learner over at Heartwood…
Safiah
April 19, 2017
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Stop Whitewashed SDE

Anthony is joined by one of the Heartwood ALC co-founders, Julia Cordero. Julia has been in education for more than 20 years, in private schools, at a public access TV…
Safiah
April 8, 2017
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Self-Mothering Mojo

25-year-old wife and mama, Moya Kelly, and I have this beautiful intergenerational conversation around mothering and deschooling ourselves, and giving our children room to guide us. Part I is about…
Safiah
April 3, 2017
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Multiple Learning Paths

In this episode, Atlanta-based wellness entrepreneur, Chante’ Smith, talks about how she and her partner facilitate multiple learning paths within their household. Their children, Chloe (11), S’vaan (9), and Sekou…
Safiah
March 27, 2017
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Raising Free People

In this episode, I’m pushing you a bit. Maybe more than a bit. The invitation here is one of accountability and self-inquiry, something I think is vital for us to…
Safiah
March 23, 2017
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The Edupreneur

In this episode, Dr. Scott Speed and I speak on systems thinking, why there is no such thing as a “good public school,” shifting our focus from institutions to individuals…
Safiah
March 22, 2017
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D. Lane Speaks

In this episode, return guest, Lane Santa Cruz and I deep dive into the idea of bodily autonomy and the skewed ideas we pass on to children. In other words,…
Safiah
March 15, 2017
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Wise African Women

Moji Yai, a birthworker/doula and new unschooling parent, talks about decolonizing the mind, mothering ourselves, and reaching back, Sankofa-style, to access the old wisdom and honor the old traditions that…
Safiah
March 7, 2017
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Raising Free People Work

Raising Free People applies an equity and mutual-respect based approach to parenting and caregiving relationships between adults and children/young adults. In this approach, the goal is to integrate social justice…
Safiah
March 1, 2017