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Looking for a fun, authentic podcast that helps you learn how to incorporate Multicultural Education? Are you stuck in finding inspiration for creating a more inclusive classroom community? This podcast is designed to help you get inspired by knowledgeable resources, tips, and insightful humor with educator Jebeh Edmunds. 

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Send us a Text Message.Discover the subtle yet powerful impact of microaggressions on our BIPOC students and learn how to transform your classroom into a nurturing, inclusive space. Join me as we draw on the insights of Dr. Daryl Wing Sue, dissecting everyday verbal, nonverbal, and environmental slights that perpetuate marginalization. This episode is a call to action for educators, parents, and anyone who interacts with children, equipping you with strategies to affirm cultural identities and foster a sense of belonging.Step into my world of experienced guidance, where I share personal encounters with microaggressions and the transformative approaches I've honed over two decades in education and diversity training. We'll tackle sensitive issues such as the correct pronunciation of names and the respect for cultural and religious observances like Ramadan. With proven strategies and reflective tools at your disposal, you'll leave this episode empowered to be the change agent in not just educational settings, but wherever your influence reaches. Join the movement toward crafting a more understanding and empathetic environment for all our students. COME SAY Hey!! Instagram: @cultrallyjebeh_ Facebook: @JebehCulturalConsulting Pinterest: @Jebeh Cultural Consulting LinkedIn: @Jebeh Edmunds Leave a Review on our Podcast! We value your feedback!Are you ready to take your diversity, equity, and inclusion efforts to the next level? Sign Up for My Free Workshop: 3 Massive Mistakes To Avoid When Learning About DEIhttps://jebeh-edmunds.mykajabi.com/pl/2148161149Save time and effort with our informative newsletter that offers strategies, tools, resources, and playlists from the culturally competent and socially just educator and creator Jebeh Edmunds! https://jebehedmunds.com/digitalcourse/email-signup/
Send us a Text Message.Have you ever walked into a room where you felt like no one else shared your story?Our latest podcast conversation unravels the universal thread of finding one's place in the world, inspired by the rich narrative of Jacqueline Woodson's "The Day You Begin." We share moments from this touching book, beautifully illustrated by Rafael Lopez, that echo our own experiences of feeling like outsiders. This is not just a story for children; adults will find themselves reflecting on their journey toward belonging, too. With each page turn, Woodson encourages us to embrace our unique narratives and find common ground, a message that resonates deeply in today's classrooms and communities.Our heartfelt chat also explores "Your Name is a Song" by Jamila Tompkins Bigelow, serving as a melodic companion to Woodson's work. We discuss the courage it takes to share our personal stories, the mixed emotions surrounding new beginnings, and the sometimes daunting question, "What did you do last summer?" By validating all experiences, whether they are filled with adventure or the quiet contentment of staying close to home, we illuminate how stories—grand and small—create a welcoming community. Join us as we celebrate the rich tapestry of our collective human experience and remind listeners that everyone's story, including yours, has a place in this world. COME SAY Hey!! Instagram: @cultrallyjebeh_ Facebook: @JebehCulturalConsulting Pinterest: @Jebeh Cultural Consulting LinkedIn: @Jebeh Edmunds Leave a Review on our Podcast! We value your feedback!Are you ready to take your diversity, equity, and inclusion efforts to the next level? Sign Up for My Free Workshop: 3 Massive Mistakes To Avoid When Learning About DEIhttps://jebeh-edmunds.mykajabi.com/pl/2148161149Save time and effort with our informative newsletter that offers strategies, tools, resources, and playlists from the culturally competent and socially just educator and creator Jebeh Edmunds! https://jebehedmunds.com/digitalcourse/email-signup/
Send us a Text Message.Embark on an enlightening journey as we bring to life the story of a legal trailblazer in our latest podcast episode. Discover the resilience and milestones of Ketanji Brown Jackson's ascent to the Supreme Court, as told through Sheila P Moses's "Who Is Ketanji Brown Jackson" from the Who HQ Now book series. This episode isn't just a biography—it's a map of Justice Jackson's life, tracing her path from her scholarly roots in Florida to the prestigious bench of the highest court in the United States. It's a tale that promises to instill a sense of awe and inspiration in upper elementary students and beyond, highlighting the power of dedication and the impact one person can have on history.As we explore Justice Jackson's journey, you'll hear about her Harvard education, encounters with influential figures, and the intimate family moments that shaped her. I delve into her judicial career, providing an accessible overview of the federal court system and detailing President Joe Biden's role in her historic nomination. This episode isn't just for the history buffs; it's for anyone looking to enrich their classroom or their understanding of American history. With creative suggestions for integrating these stories into learning and a nod to inspiring Black figures in American culture, this conversation is an educational must-listen. Join us for an episode that celebrates the unwavering spirit of Justice Katanji Brown Jackson and leaves listeners empowered by her extraordinary narrative. COME SAY Hey!! Instagram: @cultrallyjebeh_ Facebook: @JebehCulturalConsulting Pinterest: @Jebeh Cultural Consulting LinkedIn: @Jebeh Edmunds Leave a Review on our Podcast! We value your feedback!Are you ready to take your diversity, equity, and inclusion efforts to the next level? Sign Up for My Free Workshop: 3 Massive Mistakes To Avoid When Learning About DEIhttps://jebeh-edmunds.mykajabi.com/pl/2148161149Save time and effort with our informative newsletter that offers strategies, tools, resources, and playlists from the culturally competent and socially just educator and creator Jebeh Edmunds! https://jebehedmunds.com/digitalcourse/email-signup/
Send us a Text Message.Can the vibrant stories of Black leaders instill a greater sense of joy and accomplishment in our hearts? This week, I take you through the exuberant world of Vashti Harrison's "Little Leaders: Bold Women in Black History" and "Little Legends: Exceptional Men in Black History," celebrating Black history with a focus on the inspiring contributions and joy that these figures have brought into our lives. As educators and parents, it's crucial to elevate our teaching of Black History Month by highlighting these positive narratives, ensuring that our lessons are engaging and deeply connected to the remarkable individuals who have shaped our past and present.With fervor, I dive into why Harrison's works are must-haves in every classroom and home library, emphasizing the importance of supporting BIPOC artists and authors. Her books, including the Caldecott Honor-winning "Big," allow us to revisit the pride in our shared history and provide an invaluable resource for fostering inclusive education. Tune in for a discussion that's not only enlightening but also celebratory, as we recommend more enriching reads that weave the diverse cultural tapestry we all share. Join us for a journey that promises to be as informative as it is uplifting. COME SAY Hey!! Instagram: @cultrallyjebeh_ Facebook: @JebehCulturalConsulting Pinterest: @Jebeh Cultural Consulting LinkedIn: @Jebeh Edmunds Leave a Review on our Podcast! We value your feedback!Are you ready to take your diversity, equity, and inclusion efforts to the next level? Sign Up for My Free Workshop: 3 Massive Mistakes To Avoid When Learning About DEIhttps://jebeh-edmunds.mykajabi.com/pl/2148161149Save time and effort with our informative newsletter that offers strategies, tools, resources, and playlists from the culturally competent and socially just educator and creator Jebeh Edmunds! https://jebehedmunds.com/digitalcourse/email-signup/
Send us a Text Message.Discover the warmth and depth of the Chinese New Year as I, Jebeh Edmonds, bring to light the poignant story of "A New Year's Reunion." This narrative, lovingly crafted by Yu Li-Kuang with illustrations by Zhu Cheng-Liang, beautifully unfolds the tender moments between a little girl named Mao Mao and her father, showcasing the time-honoured customs of the Lunar New Year. From haircuts to home cleaning and the delightful tradition of making sticky rice balls, this episode promises to immerse you in a festival rich with emotion and cultural significance. You'll be touched by the resilience of families who endure separation and cherish reunions, a universal experience that transcends borders.For those eager to broaden their horizons, I'll also guide you through the grand tapestry of Lunar New Year celebrations that span beyond a single day, contrasting its festivities with those of New Year's celebrations in the United States. From the Spring Festival's kickoff to the Lantern Festival's close, I'll unravel the lunar calendar's influence, the zodiacal beliefs, and how these traditions vary yet resonate across Asian cultures. And for educators, I offer a treasure trove resource that brings global celebrations like the Lunar New Year into the classroom, enriching young minds from kindergarten through fifth grade with the joy and learning that come with international holidays. Join me for an episode that's not just an exploration, but an experience of the Lunar New Year's splendor. COME SAY Hey!! Instagram: @cultrallyjebeh_ Facebook: @JebehCulturalConsulting Pinterest: @Jebeh Cultural Consulting LinkedIn: @Jebeh Edmunds Leave a Review on our Podcast! We value your feedback!Are you ready to take your diversity, equity, and inclusion efforts to the next level? Sign Up for My Free Workshop: 3 Massive Mistakes To Avoid When Learning About DEIhttps://jebeh-edmunds.mykajabi.com/pl/2148161149Save time and effort with our informative newsletter that offers strategies, tools, resources, and playlists from the culturally competent and socially just educator and creator Jebeh Edmunds! https://jebehedmunds.com/digitalcourse/email-signup/
Send us a Text Message.Embark on a literary journey that promises to enrich your soul and widen your world. I’m Jebeh Edmonds, and I’ve handpicked a collection of diverse reads that are more than just pages; they're portals to understanding the rich tapestry of human experience. From the inspiring tales of young activists in "Child of the Civil Rights Movement" to the gripping survival story in the "Breadwinner Trilogy," these books are curated to resonate with readers of all ages. Teens will find solidarity in "You Truly Assumed," while adults are invited to explore the depths of empathy with "Waging Peace: One Soldier's Story of Putting Love First." As we turn the page to a new year, these stories stand as beacons of light, guiding us toward a more inclusive and equitable world.With heartfelt thanks, I share the excitement bubbling within our Culture Curriculum Chat community. Your support propels us into a year brimming with conversations that matter, seamlessly fitting into your daily routines. Stay connected and informed with our weekly newsletter, your compass for the enlightening interviews and dialogues ahead. As we reflect on the gratitude for past engagements, let's step together into a 2024 filled with promise and purpose, united in our quest for social justice, education, and a world where diversity, equity, inclusion, belonging, and justice are not just ideals, but realities we cultivate every day. COME SAY Hey!! Instagram: @cultrallyjebeh_ Facebook: @JebehCulturalConsulting Pinterest: @Jebeh Cultural Consulting LinkedIn: @Jebeh Edmunds Leave a Review on our Podcast! We value your feedback!Are you ready to take your diversity, equity, and inclusion efforts to the next level? Sign Up for My Free Workshop: 3 Massive Mistakes To Avoid When Learning About DEIhttps://jebeh-edmunds.mykajabi.com/pl/2148161149Save time and effort with our informative newsletter that offers strategies, tools, resources, and playlists from the culturally competent and socially just educator and creator Jebeh Edmunds! https://jebehedmunds.com/digitalcourse/email-signup/
Send us a Text Message.Have you ever felt the profound connection between the strokes of a paintbrush and the fight for justice? I'm Jeba Edmonds, and in our latest Cultural Curriculum Chat, we tap into the stirring biography "The People's Painter: How Ben Shahn Fought for Justice with Art" by Cynthia Levinson, illustrated by Evan Turk. We delve into the life of Ben Shahn, a young boy from Lithuania, who harnessed his artistic fervor to challenge oppression and advocate for social change. I share with you not just Ben's story but also the personal resonance I feel, echoing the pain of immigration and the wrenching decision to leave loved ones behind. This episode is a heartfelt narrative that intertwines art, history, and the universal quest for human rights.Through the evocative chapters of Ben's journey, we witness his transformation from a defiant child into a revolutionary artist whose work transcended boundaries and time. Educators and students alike will find inspiration in Shahn's legacy, as today's challenges of immigration, identity, and finding one's voice are explored in this intimate retrospective. His defiance, compassion, and indomitable spirit continue to inspire and empower a new generation to use their creative voices in the pursuit of equity and justice. Join us on this emotional and enlightening exploration of how one man's artistry became synonymous with the fight for a fairer world. COME SAY Hey!! Instagram: @cultrallyjebeh_ Facebook: @JebehCulturalConsulting Pinterest: @Jebeh Cultural Consulting LinkedIn: @Jebeh Edmunds Leave a Review on our Podcast! We value your feedback!Are you ready to take your diversity, equity, and inclusion efforts to the next level? Sign Up for My Free Workshop: 3 Massive Mistakes To Avoid When Learning About DEIhttps://jebeh-edmunds.mykajabi.com/pl/2148161149Save time and effort with our informative newsletter that offers strategies, tools, resources, and playlists from the culturally competent and socially just educator and creator Jebeh Edmunds! https://jebehedmunds.com/digitalcourse/email-signup/
Send us a Text Message.Embark on a transformative journey with us as we unfold the remarkable narrative of Houston White Jr., an icon in cultural entrepreneurship whose impact is felt far beyond the vibrant walls of his Minneapolis barbershop. Through his autobiography "Culture Making," we're granted an intimate look into the life of a man who wears many hats: designer, entrepreneur, author, and community champion. This episode is a solo mission, no guests, just pure reflection on how Houston's commitment to intercultural unity has amplified BIPOC voices and reshaped the landscape of African American communities.As we pay homage to Houston's seamless blend of black urban preppy style with the time-honored traditions of sports and golf, we recognize the pattern he's weaving through his multifaceted endeavors. From his role in Minneapolis' inaugural Black Fashion Week to his empowering partnership with Target's Jill Sandel, Houston is crafting a world where representation reigns supreme in business and beyond. Join us as we explore his wisdom and actionable insights, all while contemplating how we, too, can stitch our own cultural fibers into the fabric of our communities, igniting change and fostering a sense of belonging. COME SAY Hey!! Instagram: @cultrallyjebeh_ Facebook: @JebehCulturalConsulting Pinterest: @Jebeh Cultural Consulting LinkedIn: @Jebeh Edmunds Leave a Review on our Podcast! We value your feedback!Are you ready to take your diversity, equity, and inclusion efforts to the next level? Sign Up for My Free Workshop: 3 Massive Mistakes To Avoid When Learning About DEIhttps://jebeh-edmunds.mykajabi.com/pl/2148161149Save time and effort with our informative newsletter that offers strategies, tools, resources, and playlists from the culturally competent and socially just educator and creator Jebeh Edmunds! https://jebehedmunds.com/digitalcourse/email-signup/
Send us a Text Message.When the echo of "What are you?" reverberated through her life, Cherise Davids chose to answer with a voice that was anything but small. Join us as we unfold the vibrant tapestry of a Native American woman's journey to the halls of Congress, a story beautifully chronicled in her autobiography "Cherise's Big Voice: A Native Kid Becomes a Congresswoman." As your host, I'm honored to share the triumphs and trials that have sculpted Congresswoman Davids into a symbol of hope and resilience. From her early fascination with martial arts to her unwavering commitment to service, Davids' narrative is a profound reminder of the strength in our roots and the power of a voice that refuses to be silenced.Our conversation ventures beyond just one remarkable individual's path. It's a chorus of diverse voices and experiences that enrich the fabric of our shared human experience. This week, we celebrate the colorful mosaic of stories that have graced our podcast, each thread weaving into the next, creating a picture of what diversity and inclusion truly mean. The wisdom gleaned from these narratives is a beacon guiding us towards a world of belonging and justice. So whether you're settling in for a quiet evening or looking for company on your morning jog, let these stories inspire you to embrace the many voices around you—and perhaps, find the courage to raise your own. COME SAY Hey!! Instagram: @cultrallyjebeh_ Facebook: @JebehCulturalConsulting Pinterest: @Jebeh Cultural Consulting LinkedIn: @Jebeh Edmunds Leave a Review on our Podcast! We value your feedback!Are you ready to take your diversity, equity, and inclusion efforts to the next level? Sign Up for My Free Workshop: 3 Massive Mistakes To Avoid When Learning About DEIhttps://jebeh-edmunds.mykajabi.com/pl/2148161149Save time and effort with our informative newsletter that offers strategies, tools, resources, and playlists from the culturally competent and socially just educator and creator Jebeh Edmunds! https://jebehedmunds.com/digitalcourse/email-signup/
Send us a Text Message.Join us on a transformative journey as we navigate the integral relationship between social justice and education, guided by the expertise of Professor Leanne Bell. We unravel the complex tapestry of equality, equity, and justice, illustrating the nuanced support individuals need to overcome societal barriers. Through rich discussion, we uncover how embracing diversity and addressing educational injustices equips our students not just to learn but to lead in the fight for a fairer world. Expect to walk away with a deeper comprehension of how to weave social justice into every subject, including the sciences and math, and prepare to empower your students with the voice and tools needed to challenge oppression.The heart of our conversation beats with the rhythm of social emotional learning, where empathy and compassion are vital instruments in crafting a more just society. We believe understanding and practicing social justice within the classroom walls can significantly shape the world beyond them. To support this mission, we share a treasure trove of resources from our cultural curriculum shop, offering lesson plans that complement culturally rich literature. These are designed to spark meaningful dialogues and inspire action among educators and students alike. Tune in for an episode that promises to equip you with actionable strategies and the inspiration to leave a lasting impact on the lives of young learners. COME SAY Hey!! Instagram: @cultrallyjebeh_ Facebook: @JebehCulturalConsulting Pinterest: @Jebeh Cultural Consulting LinkedIn: @Jebeh Edmunds Leave a Review on our Podcast! We value your feedback!Are you ready to take your diversity, equity, and inclusion efforts to the next level? Sign Up for My Free Workshop: 3 Massive Mistakes To Avoid When Learning About DEIhttps://jebeh-edmunds.mykajabi.com/pl/2148161149Save time and effort with our informative newsletter that offers strategies, tools, resources, and playlists from the culturally competent and socially just educator and creator Jebeh Edmunds! https://jebehedmunds.com/digitalcourse/email-signup/
Send us a Text Message.Are you ready to transform the way you conduct meetings? Your answer lies within Dr. Mark Smutney's 'Thrive Facilitator's Guide to Radically Inclusive Meetings.' As we unpack the pages, we'll explore how a holistic approach can revolutionize change within your organization. Feel the urgency and the need for a guiding coalition in every change initiative you consider. We'll also emphasize the importance of self-awareness and the power of challenging conversations within this journey.Brace yourself for a paradigm shift as we delve into the second part of this eye-opening guide. Detect how it fosters radical inclusivity in meetings and brings about a seismic shift in your approach. As we continue, we'll share resources that will mold you into a culturally competent leader. Listen to how clarity in mission, vision, and values can create a sure path for success in diversity, equity, and inclusion initiatives. As you reach the end of this episode, you'll be armed with an array of strategies and tools to cultivate a thriving and inclusive workplace. COME SAY Hey!! Instagram: @cultrallyjebeh_ Facebook: @JebehCulturalConsulting Pinterest: @Jebeh Cultural Consulting LinkedIn: @Jebeh Edmunds Leave a Review on our Podcast! We value your feedback!Are you ready to take your diversity, equity, and inclusion efforts to the next level? Sign Up for My Free Workshop: 3 Massive Mistakes To Avoid When Learning About DEIhttps://jebeh-edmunds.mykajabi.com/pl/2148161149Save time and effort with our informative newsletter that offers strategies, tools, resources, and playlists from the culturally competent and socially just educator and creator Jebeh Edmunds! https://jebehedmunds.com/digitalcourse/email-signup/
Send us a Text Message.Picture this: a Liberian war survivor rising to become a VP of Safety and Loss at a reputable firm or a couple newly married during a Civil War awaiting their day to truly celebrate.  This week, we highlight the indomitable spirit of cultural resilience through the inspiring stories of my beloved relatives - Maryann Hoff, Rocky, and Rosalyn Clarke. Their journey is a testament to how cultures can retain their identity, knowledge, and practices even amidst hardships. Imagine if educators acknowledged and celebrated the cultural resilience within their students' stories. It's not just about fostering a more inclusive learning environment, but also about strengthening the connection with their BIPOC students. We reflect upon this and more in our latest episode. So, whether you're an educator aiming to understand your students more deeply, or simply someone interested in the resilience and triumphs of BIPOC folks, this episode is your ticket. Come, join our celebration of cultural resilience and connection. See you on the other side!Resources to Learn:Resilience MultiplierInherited Resilience: How BIPOC Communities Thrive Despite Hardships COME SAY Hey!! Instagram: @cultrallyjebeh_ Facebook: @JebehCulturalConsulting Pinterest: @Jebeh Cultural Consulting LinkedIn: @Jebeh Edmunds Leave a Review on our Podcast! We value your feedback!Are you ready to take your diversity, equity, and inclusion efforts to the next level? Sign Up for My Free Workshop: 3 Massive Mistakes To Avoid When Learning About DEIhttps://jebeh-edmunds.mykajabi.com/pl/2148161149Save time and effort with our informative newsletter that offers strategies, tools, resources, and playlists from the culturally competent and socially just educator and creator Jebeh Edmunds! https://jebehedmunds.com/digitalcourse/email-signup/
Send us a Text Message.  Today, we are learning the best strategies to check and correct our own implicit biases. You will hear the harmful impact it can cause when your intention seems good. ➡️Sign Up for My Latest Digital Course: How to be  A Culturally Competent Leader ▶️Have you seen my latest video?  Subscribe to Mrs. Edmunds' Cultural Corner ▶️ Join the Movement, Subscribe  to my newsletter  →Signup for free resources  https://jebehedmunds.com/resources/email-signup///Shop my Common Core Lesson Plans https//:www.jebehedmunds.com/shop//Work with Jebeh   Book a Full Day or Half Day training Session at https://jebehedmunds.com/jebeh/staff-development///COME SAY Hey!!Instagram: @Jebeh01Facebook: @JebehCulturalConsultingPinterest: @Jebeh Cultural Consulting LinkedIn: @Jebeh EdmundsPodcast: The Cultural Curriculum chat with Jebeh Edmunds //ABOUT:There will be new videos every Friday. Feel Free to leave a comment suggesting what tip or topic I should talk about next or what your biggest Multicultural Curriculum struggle is for your classroom.//DISCLAIMER: These strategies are copyrighted through Jebeh Cultural Consulting LLC 2023//CONTACT: For all subscribers, please use this email:  https://jebehedmunds.com/resources/email-signup/For business inquires, please use this email: jebeh01@gmail.com//Music: Ice Kenkey by  Nana KwabenaNOTE: This description may contains affiliate links to products we enjoy using ourselves. Should you choose to use these links, this channel may earn affiliate commissions at no additional cost to you. We appreciate your support! COME SAY Hey!! Instagram: @cultrallyjebeh_ Facebook: @JebehCulturalConsulting Pinterest: @Jebeh Cultural Consulting LinkedIn: @Jebeh Edmunds Leave a Review on our Podcast! We value your feedback!Are you ready to take your diversity, equity, and inclusion efforts to the next level? Sign Up for My Free Workshop: 3 Massive Mistakes To Avoid When Learning About DEIhttps://jebeh-edmunds.mykajabi.com/pl/2148161149Save time and effort with our informative newsletter that offers strategies, tools, resources, and playlists from the culturally competent and socially just educator and creator Jebeh Edmunds! https://jebehedmunds.com/digitalcourse/email-signup/
Send us a Text Message.Today, we're reviewing another title from my author friend Tiffaney Whyte. The Book, Because I See You, I  See Me: A Tribute to Black Teachers and Students. This book illustrates the importance of representation in black educators and youths. Tiffaney's words are not only inspiring but needed now more than ever. You can order Tiffaney's book below. Follow Tiffaney Whyte on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/deavionbluinnovations/?hl=en&__coig_restricted=1➡️Sign Up for My Latest Digital Course: How to be  A Culturally Competent Leader ▶️Have you seen my latest video?  Subscribe to Mrs. Edmunds' Cultural Corner ▶️ Join the Movement, Subscribe  to my newsletter  Juneteenth book list via Duluth Area Chamber of Commerce from Zenith Book Store in Duluth,MN  Shop the list here: https://duluthchamber.com/juneteenthbooklist23/ →Signup for free resources  https://jebehedmunds.com/resources/email-signup///Shop my Common Core Lesson Plans https//:www.jebehedmunds.com/shop//Work with Jebeh   Book a Full Day or Half Day training Session at https://jebehedmunds.com/jebeh/staff-development///COME SAY Hey!!Instagram: @Jebeh01Facebook: @JebehCulturalConsultingPinterest: @Jebeh Cultural Consulting LinkedIn: @Jebeh EdmundsPodcast: The Cultural Curriculum chat with Jebeh Edmunds //ABOUT:There will be new videos every Friday. Feel Free to leave a comment suggesting what tip or topic I should talk about next or what your biggest Multicultural Curriculum struggle is for your classroom.//DISCLAIMER: These strategies are copyrighted through Jebeh Cultural Consulting LLC 2023 COME SAY Hey!! Instagram: @cultrallyjebeh_ Facebook: @JebehCulturalConsulting Pinterest: @Jebeh Cultural Consulting LinkedIn: @Jebeh Edmunds Leave a Review on our Podcast! We value your feedback!Are you ready to take your diversity, equity, and inclusion efforts to the next level? Sign Up for My Free Workshop: 3 Massive Mistakes To Avoid When Learning About DEIhttps://jebeh-edmunds.mykajabi.com/pl/2148161149Save time and effort with our informative newsletter that offers strategies, tools, resources, and playlists from the culturally competent and socially just educator and creator Jebeh Edmunds! https://jebehedmunds.com/digitalcourse/email-signup/
Send us a Text Message.Today, we are learning the best strategies to ask who a person's ethnic background may be authentically.  You'll hear my matter-of-fact take on how to be engaged without causing any harm to our BIPOC community members.The Grit and Grace Project by Torrie Sorge’s Article ➡️Sign Up for My Latest Digital Course: How to be  A Culturally Competent Leader ▶️Have you seen my latest video?  Subscribe to Mrs. Edmunds' Cultural Corner ▶️ Join the Movement, Subscribe  to my newsletter   COME SAY Hey!! Instagram: @cultrallyjebeh_ Facebook: @JebehCulturalConsulting Pinterest: @Jebeh Cultural Consulting LinkedIn: @Jebeh Edmunds Leave a Review on our Podcast! We value your feedback!Are you ready to take your diversity, equity, and inclusion efforts to the next level? Sign Up for My Free Workshop: 3 Massive Mistakes To Avoid When Learning About DEIhttps://jebeh-edmunds.mykajabi.com/pl/2148161149Save time and effort with our informative newsletter that offers strategies, tools, resources, and playlists from the culturally competent and socially just educator and creator Jebeh Edmunds! https://jebehedmunds.com/digitalcourse/email-signup/
Send us a Text Message. Today I review the new book Hair Love by author Matthew A. Cherry and illustrator Vashti Harrison, The book is about the importance of hair and black hair especially. I can’t wait for you to learn about this book. Today we are reviewing Juneteenth for Maize by Floyd Cooper. It's a great book that explores the true meaning of Juneteenth. But it's not just a history lesson, but also shares inspiring stories.➡️Sign Up for My Latest Digital Course: How to be  A Culturally Competent Leader :https://jebeh-edmunds.mykajabi.com/offers/LMwntaji→Have you seen my latest video?  Subscribe to Mrs. Edmunds' Cultural CornerHave you seen https://youtu.be/g-63o8ag1pk  Subscribed to my newsletter called Cultural Connections? Sign up Below:?https://jebehedmunds.com/resources/email-signup/→Signup for free resources  https://jebehedmunds.com/resources/email-signup///Shop my Common Core Lesson Plans https//:www.jebehedmunds.com/shop//Work with Jebeh   Book a Full Day or Half Day training Session at https://jebehedmunds.com/jebeh/staff-development///COME SAY Hey!!Instagram: @Jebeh01Facebook: @JebehCulturalConsultingPinterest: @Jebeh Cultural Consulting Twitter: @Jebeh01LinkedIN: @Jebeh EdmundsPodcast: The Cultural Curriculum chat with Jebeh Edmunds //ABOUT:There will be new videos every Friday. Feel Free to leave a comment suggesting what tip or topic I should talk about next or what your biggest Multicultural Curriculum struggle is for your classroom.//DISCLAIMER: These strategies are copyrighted through Jebeh Cultural Consulting LLC 2023 COME SAY Hey!! Instagram: @cultrallyjebeh_ Facebook: @JebehCulturalConsulting Pinterest: @Jebeh Cultural Consulting LinkedIn: @Jebeh Edmunds Leave a Review on our Podcast! We value your feedback!Are you ready to take your diversity, equity, and inclusion efforts to the next level? Sign Up for My Free Workshop: 3 Massive Mistakes To Avoid When Learning About DEIhttps://jebeh-edmunds.mykajabi.com/pl/2148161149Save time and effort with our informative newsletter that offers strategies, tools, resources, and playlists from the culturally competent and socially just educator and creator Jebeh Edmunds! https://jebehedmunds.com/digitalcourse/email-signup/
Send us a Text Message.Beth Napleton is a national award winning teacher and has been in the education field for over 20 years, having trained over 1,800 teachers and leaders to success. Beth is an executive leadership coach, consultant and the owner and founder of Beth Napleton Consulting. She offers senior leaders in education and at mission driven organizations a clear path to excellence through individual, executive and group coaching experiences. Learn more about Beth Napleton here: Website:  www.bethnapleton.comTake her leadership quiz: https://bethnapleton.involve.me/leadershipquizInstagram: @beth.napleton➡️Sign Up for My Latest Digital Course: How to be  A Culturally Competent Leader :https://jebeh-edmunds.mykajabi.com/offers/LMwntaji→Have you seen my latest video?  Subscribe to Mrs. Edmunds' Cultural CornerHave you seen https://youtu.be/g-63o8ag1pk  Subscribed to my newsletter called Cultural Connections? Sign up Below:?https://jebehedmunds.com/resources/email-signup/ COME SAY Hey!! Instagram: @cultrallyjebeh_ Facebook: @JebehCulturalConsulting Pinterest: @Jebeh Cultural Consulting LinkedIn: @Jebeh Edmunds Leave a Review on our Podcast! We value your feedback!Are you ready to take your diversity, equity, and inclusion efforts to the next level? Sign Up for My Free Workshop: 3 Massive Mistakes To Avoid When Learning About DEIhttps://jebeh-edmunds.mykajabi.com/pl/2148161149Save time and effort with our informative newsletter that offers strategies, tools, resources, and playlists from the culturally competent and socially just educator and creator Jebeh Edmunds! https://jebehedmunds.com/digitalcourse/email-signup/
Send us a Text Message.Nadia  is a school turnaround strategist and former educational leader that made huge strides in the   education system during her 15+ years of service. During her time as a school leader, she was able to double the success rate of English Language Arts (ELA) test scores in her students, increase student attendance and boost teacher retention. In 2017, as principal of the Simon Gratz Mastery Charter School, the school topped the Philadelphia Charter School Performance Profile. Even the New Jersey Department of Education said she was responsible for “restoring faith in a district that had taken a turn for the worse.”Nadia took everything she learned while she was in the school system and founded When Brown Girls Lead™, an education consulting firm that specializes in creating psychologically safe, authentic and brave spaces for black women to access and succeed in K-12 leadership roles. What she and her team accomplish is monumental, but here is a glance at what they provide: antiracism training, 1:1 leadership coaching, and leadership development.Where can we follow Nadia:Website:  www.nadiabennett.com Instagram: @whenbrowngirlslead➡️Sign Up for My Latest Digital Course: How to be  A Culturally Competent Leader :https://jebeh-edmunds.mykajabi.com/offers/LMwntaji→Have you seen my latest video?  Subscribe to Mrs. Edmunds' Cultural CornerHave you seen https://youtu.be/g-63o8ag1pk  Subscribed to my newsletter called Cultural Connections? Sign up Below:?https://jebehedmunds.com/resources/email-signup/ COME SAY Hey!! Instagram: @cultrallyjebeh_ Facebook: @JebehCulturalConsulting Pinterest: @Jebeh Cultural Consulting LinkedIn: @Jebeh Edmunds Leave a Review on our Podcast! We value your feedback!Are you ready to take your diversity, equity, and inclusion efforts to the next level? Sign Up for My Free Workshop: 3 Massive Mistakes To Avoid When Learning About DEIhttps://jebeh-edmunds.mykajabi.com/pl/2148161149Save time and effort with our informative newsletter that offers strategies, tools, resources, and playlists from the culturally competent and socially just educator and creator Jebeh Edmunds! https://jebehedmunds.com/digitalcourse/email-signup/
Send us a Text Message.Ok! Ready for tip #5 in the 5 part mini-series to help you make Diversity, Equity,  Inclusion and Belonging  strategies so much easier! Here’s our last tip:  How to be engaged, evaluative, and present?➡️Sign Up for My Latest Digital Course: How to be  A Culturally Competent Leader :https://jebeh-edmunds.mykajabi.com/offers/LMwntaji→Have you seen my latest video?  Subscribe to Mrs. Edmunds' Cultural CornerHave you seen https://youtu.be/g-63o8ag1pk  Subscribed to my newsletter called Cultural Connections? Sign up Below:?https://jebehedmunds.com/resources/email-signup/→Signup for free resources  https://jebehedmunds.com/resources/email-signup///Shop my Common Core Lesson Plans https//:www.jebehedmunds.com/shop//Work with Jebeh   Book a Full Day or Half Day training Session at https://jebehedmunds.com/jebeh/staff-development///COME SAY Hey!!Instagram: @Jebeh01Facebook: @JebehCulturalConsultingPinterest: @Jebeh Cultural Consulting Twitter: @Jebeh01LinkedIN: @Jebeh EdmundsPodcast: The Cultural Curriculum chat with Jebeh Edmunds //ABOUT:There will be new videos every Friday. Feel Free to leave a comment suggesting what tip or topic I should talk about next or what your biggest Multicultural Curriculum struggle is for your classroom.//DISCLAIMER: These strategies are copyrighted through Jebeh Cultural Consulting LLC 2023//CONTACT: For all subscribers, please use this email:  https://jebehedmunds.com/resources/email-signup/For business inquires, please use this email: jebeh01@gmail.com//Music: Ice Kenkey by  Nana KwabenaNOTE: This description may contains affiliate links to products we enjoy using ourselves. Should you choose to use these links, this channel may earn affiliate commissions at no additional cost to you. We appreciate your support!Title of  YouTube Channel: Mrs. Edmunds’ Cultural CornerHost:  Jebeh EdmundsTitle of Episode: I Believe I Can Book Review//ABOUT:There will be new videos every Friday. Feel Free to leave a comment suggesting what tip or topic I should talk about next or what your biggest Multicultural Curriculum struggle is for your classroom.//COME SAY Hey!! COME SAY Hey!! Instagram: @cultrallyjebeh_ Facebook: @JebehCulturalConsulting Pinterest: @Jebeh Cultural Consulting LinkedIn: @Jebeh Edmunds Leave a Review on our Podcast! We value your feedback!Are you ready to take your diversity, equity, and inclusion efforts to the next level? Sign Up for My Free Workshop: 3 Massive Mistakes To Avoid When Learning About DEIhttps://jebeh-edmunds.mykajabi.com/pl/2148161149Save time and effort with our informative newsletter that offers strategies, tools, resources, and playlists from the culturally competent and socially just educator and creator Jebeh Edmunds! https://jebehedmunds.com/digitalcourse/email-signup/
Send us a Text Message.Ok! Ready for tip #4 in the 5 part mini-series to help you make Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Strategies so much easier? So far I’ve covered First Impressions and Microaggressions, and Implicit Bias,  and today I am covering...Inclusion VocabularyMy Guidebook is included in the purchase of my Digital Course Below. Order today!➡️Sign Up for My Latest Digital Course: How to be  A Culturally Competent Leader :https://jebeh-edmunds.mykajabi.com/offers/LMwntaji→Have you seen my latest video?  Subscribe to Mrs. Edmunds' Cultural CornerHave you seen https://youtu.be/g-63o8ag1pk  Subscribed to my newsletter called Cultural Connections? Sign up Below:?https://jebehedmunds.com/resources/email-signup/→Signup for free resources  https://jebehedmunds.com/resources/email-signup///Shop my Common Core Lesson Plans https//:www.jebehedmunds.com/shop//Work with Jebeh   Book a Full Day or Half Day training Session at https://jebehedmunds.com/jebeh/staff-development///COME SAY Hey!!Instagram: @Jebeh01Facebook: @JebehCulturalConsultingPinterest: @Jebeh Cultural Consulting Twitter: @Jebeh01LinkedIn: @Jebeh EdmundsPodcast: The Cultural Curriculum chat with Jebeh Edmunds //ABOUT:There will be new videos every Friday. Feel Free to leave a comment suggesting what tip or topic I should talk about next or what your biggest Multicultural Curriculum struggle is for your classroom.//DISCLAIMER: These strategies are copyrighted through Jebeh Cultural Consulting LLC 2023//CONTACT: For all subscribers, please use this email:  https://jebehedmunds.com/resources/email-signup/For business inquires, please use this email: jebeh01@gmail.com//Music: Ice Kenkey by  Nana KwabenaNOTE: This description may contains affiliate links to products we enjoy using ourselves. Should you choose to use these links, this channel may earn affiliate commissions at no additional cost to you. We appreciate your support! COME SAY Hey!! Instagram: @cultrallyjebeh_ Facebook: @JebehCulturalConsulting Pinterest: @Jebeh Cultural Consulting LinkedIn: @Jebeh Edmunds Leave a Review on our Podcast! We value your feedback!Are you ready to take your diversity, equity, and inclusion efforts to the next level? Sign Up for My Free Workshop: 3 Massive Mistakes To Avoid When Learning About DEIhttps://jebeh-edmunds.mykajabi.com/pl/2148161149Save time and effort with our informative newsletter that offers strategies, tools, resources, and playlists from the culturally competent and socially just educator and creator Jebeh Edmunds! https://jebehedmunds.com/digitalcourse/email-signup/
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