Today, on Perspectives, we showcase leaders in the Madison-area Latino community. Kaleem talks with Gloria Reyes (City of Madison Mayor’s Office), Teresa Tellez-Giron (Dane County Human Services) and Fabioloa Hamdan (Dane County Human Services); we discuss the unique journeys/challenges of building their lives and making Madison their home. Also, overcoming the pitfalls of societal misconceptions…
Big show today on Perspectives! Kaleem talks with educators/theorists/authors and education-reform activists, Dr. Gloria Ladson-Billings and Dr. Howard Fuller!
Kaleem talks with Dr. Michael Andrews about his unique views growing up in Madison. Dr. Andrews stresses the importance of racial identity discovery, in young people; and focusing on discipline, as the cornerstone of rebuilding the education system.
Today Kaleem talks with special guest Kate Toews, Madison School Board Candidate (Seat 6). Kate talks about her thoughts on school privatization, collaborating with district administration and resourcing the assets of our community and local business. Also, structuring classrooms to facilitate the unique skills of the student and excite educator involvement.
Kaleem talks with special guest Ali Muldrow, Madison School Board (Seat 6) candidate. We cover Ali’s views on vouchers and teaching philosophies. Also, revamping the school board meeting format/mediums and updating the facilities to provide a more conducive, nurturing, inclusive and ‘updated’ environment. Ali talks, outside the box, about inspiring the youth of the community.
Kaleem Caire with special guests Sekani Caire and Scott Cornelle on “Madison and the World: A Conversation with Young Black Men”