The Black Boys and Men: Changing the Narrative podcast series brings together thought leaders to analyze stereotypes and dispel myths concerning Black boys and men, to explore their strengths and achievements, and to discuss the many ways in which all of us can support their progress and well-being. For the second season of Black Boys […]
On Monday, January 20, the NYU McSilver Institute for Poverty Policy and Research will kick off the second season of their Webby-nominated podcast Black Boys and Men: Changing the Narrative. The inaugural episode will feature a discussion with Mayor Frank Scott Jr. of Little Rock, Arkansas. He discusses what it is like to be the first black elected mayor of an iconic city in civil rights history and among the growing vanguard of Black Millennial mayors in the South, as well as what it means to be an effective role model to young Black boys.
The most incisive and in-depth weekly conversation about how New York works is moving to a new home. FAQ NYC, the weekly podcast about how — and why — New York City works, will be housed at the McSilver Institute for Poverty Policy and Research at New York University. Co-hosted by Harry Siegel and Dr. Christina Greer, produced by Alex Brook Lynn and funded by Civil, FAQ NYC will continue to cover the smartest, most interesting people in the city; digging into what’s happening in local government, politics and civic life.
The McSilver Institute’s 14-episode podcast: the Black Boys and Men: Changing the Narrative series brings together thought leaders from the public and private sectors to analyze stereotypes and dispel myths concerning Black boys and men, while providing facts and best practices for those working with these often marginalized populations.
On August 18, 2016, leaders of the McSilver Institute’s Anti-Oppressive Steering Committee released a podcast titled “Understanding HERstory: An Anti-Oppressive Framework for Helping Professionals Working with Women.” This podcast was the fifth and final part in the Exploding the Myth of Women’s Equity webinar series, which sought to provide a holistic understanding of the impact […]
This webinar series aims to provide participants with a holistic understanding of the impact of gender disparities for women in the workplace, schools, and health throughout history in the United States and in the present. Recordings of the presentations and conversations are all available below. To produce these modules, the McSilver Institute partnered with the […]