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Episode 23: Social Justice is about Tangible Results | Claremont Lincoln University
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Episode 23: Social Justice is about Tangible Results
February 25, 2021

 
In this episode of Leaders Who Learn, our hosts talk with LinkedIn Top Voice for Education (2020) and Social Justice Warrior, Elizabeth Leiba. As the co-host of The EdUp Experience Podcast, Liz talks to leaders within higher education and beyond.  She discusses how leaders are learning given our societal issues and how they are "pivoting" to address diversity, equity, and inclusion.  Liz created the Black History and Culture Academy to teach black history since it's not taught far and wide in K-12 or other educational contexts.  Liz also talks about what inspires her and how we move toward societal equity!

Elizabeth Leiba is a LinkedIn Top Voice for Education in 2020, published author with articles in CNN and the New York Times, and creator of the Black History and Culture Academy.  As Co-Host of America's Leading Higher Education Podcast, Liz interviews top leaders from inside higher education and beyond to frame the future of social justice, the future of work, and the change within Higher Education.  

 


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