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Welcome to Teaching in Color! 

This podcast gives voice to the teaching experiences of faculty of color who've been silenced, marginalized and ignored, their careers destroyed for far too long, most often by the allies presumed to support them. A thriving diverse faculty is essential for a thriving and successful student body, campus and community culture.

Faculty of color - find affirmation, validation and empowerment here. Faculty and administrator allies - take note and then take action. Teaching in Color shares how.  

Jul 18, 2022

In this two-part series, we are going to talk with my bestie, Rochelle L. Woods about the importance of negotiating for the teaching conditions you need, what gets in the way, and the secret to getting over your fear of the “no”.

Part Two

In the second episode of this two-part series, Rochelle talks about how you...


Jul 11, 2022

In this two-part series, we are going to talk with my bestie, Rochelle L. Woods about the importance of negotiating for the teaching conditions you need, what gets in the way, and the secret to getting over your fear of the “no”.

Part One

In the first episode of this two-part series, I ask Rochelle to share the...


Jan 8, 2021

In this series, we are going to talk about the mistakes universities make when they are trying to retain Black faculty; why it matter (especially now); and what you can do right now (as in today) to change it.

 

Part one

We are exhausted, we are over it. Campuses say they are down for doing antiracism work, but they are...


Sep 24, 2020

In this three part series, I interview a tenured humanities professor who will candidly share her experiences being a woman faculty of color. We’ll talk about her teaching style, the reactions from her students and colleagues, and the problems this causes on the road to tenure and promotion.

The interview:

 

There is...


Jul 31, 2020

Welcome to my new podcast, Teaching in Color.


This podcast gives voice to the teaching experiences of faculty of color who've been silenced, marginalized and ignored, their careers destroyed for far too long, most often by the allies presumed to support them. A thriving diverse faculty is essential for a thriving and...