Listen to this episode to learn more about Education Policy, Organization and Leadership professor Christopher Span's background, how important knowing our own history is, and how it can be used to create tangible change. In the podcast, Span discusses how everyday people can dismantle racism and gives an introduction to the distinguished lecture he will deliver (virtually) for Rutgers University later this month.
Span, who also serves as Chancellor Robert Jones' Chief of Staff and Associate Chancellor for Administration and PreK-12 Initiatives, invites the College of Education community to attend this virtual lecture happening virtually on February 24, 2022, 2 p.m. CST., "From Moments to Movements to Revolutionary Thinking and Action," part of Rutgers University's Samuel Dewitt Proctor Institute Distinguished Lecture Series.
Learn more and register for the lecture at proctor.gse.rutgers.edu/sdpdls