Outrageous Love the Podcast: Our Journeys to Responsiveness

Felicia Homberger's Journey To Responsiveness, Episode 11, Teachers Teach Series, Part 2 of 3

February 16, 2021 Dr, Hollie
Outrageous Love the Podcast: Our Journeys to Responsiveness
Felicia Homberger's Journey To Responsiveness, Episode 11, Teachers Teach Series, Part 2 of 3
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Outrageous Love the Podcast: Our Journeys to Responsiveness
Felicia Homberger's Journey To Responsiveness, Episode 11, Teachers Teach Series, Part 2 of 3
Feb 16, 2021
Dr, Hollie

The deserved spotlight on the frontline workers in education continues. Episode 11 features high school teacher Felicia Homberger from the Hopkins Schools in Minneapolis-St. Paul. Felicia's journey to responsiveness starts in Milwaukee and works its way through Boston to New York, landing in the Twin Cities. Key to her journey is the celebration and resonation of her Jewish heritage, which she is very proud of. Felicia provides insight and perspective about cultural responsiveness through the lens of Jewish culture. You will be moved by " tikkun olam," Felicia's inspiration to stay steadfast in ongoing fight for social justice. And, let's not forget, it is Black History Month! Hear Dr. Hollie's take on BHM and his call for celebrating culture all year long - everyday and in anyway.   

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The deserved spotlight on the frontline workers in education continues. Episode 11 features high school teacher Felicia Homberger from the Hopkins Schools in Minneapolis-St. Paul. Felicia's journey to responsiveness starts in Milwaukee and works its way through Boston to New York, landing in the Twin Cities. Key to her journey is the celebration and resonation of her Jewish heritage, which she is very proud of. Felicia provides insight and perspective about cultural responsiveness through the lens of Jewish culture. You will be moved by " tikkun olam," Felicia's inspiration to stay steadfast in ongoing fight for social justice. And, let's not forget, it is Black History Month! Hear Dr. Hollie's take on BHM and his call for celebrating culture all year long - everyday and in anyway.