DECEMBER LUNCH DISCUSSION: Breaking the school-to-prison pipeline, w/author, journalist and radio host David Goodman | Friday, Dec. 7th, 12:30 – 1:15pm Ross Dining Hall fireplace lounge

Graphic source: ACLU

Join P&P as we discuss the work of the educational justice movement toward dismantling the school-to-prison pipeline, and toward building equity and parity in American education. Author, journalist and radio host David Goodman will discuss a new new collection of essays from leaders, activists and thinkers in the educational justice movement.

David Goodman is the New York Times bestselling author of 11 books, including his most recent work, co-authored with UMass Professor of public policy Mark Warren: Lift us up, don’t push us out: Voices from the front lines of the educational justice movementDavid is a regular contributor to Mother Jones magazine, and hosts the weekly radio show “The Vermont Conversation”.  His writing has been featured in such publications as the New York Times, Outside, Boston Globe, Travel & Leisure, Ski, and the Los Angeles Times.

Bring your lunch, your friends, your thoughts and your questions to this rich conversation on Friday, December 7th at 12:30 in the Ross Dining Hall fireplace lounge. 

David’s show “The Vermont Conversation” featured discussions with some of the contributors to the book in its October 3rd, 2018 broadcast

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Source: Colorlines magazine

Source: Crooked Media

Source: ACLU


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