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Education Writer Jonathan Kozol On Racial And Class Disparities In Our Nation’s Schools

As I approached the ballroom of the Cleveland Convention Center to reach the Open Doors Academy luncheon, I heard a commotion that seemed a bit out of place--more like a pep rally. Students flanked both sides of entrance to the ballroom, arms outstretched, giving enthusiastic high-fives to each guest. “No one asked them to do that,” executive director Annmarie Grassi shared with the audience. "That enthusiasm is all their own." Students greet keynote speaker Jonathan Kozol as he arrives to the event. Photo credit: Dennis Crider Photography More than 500 attendees filled the ballroom to support Open Doors Academy, a 13-year-old enrichment and leadership nonprofit serving some 400 students in Northeast Ohio. These students, buoyed by academic tutoring, volunteer projects and summer... Read More →

Jonathan Kozol To Speak On Reducing Poverty With Dr. Cornel West And Tavis Smiley

Jonathon Kozol1996 winner Jonathan Kozol will be speaking with Tavis Smiley and Dr. Cornel West at the January 17th event, Vision For A New America: A World Without Poverty. In advance of the event, Kozol appeared on the Smiley and West PBS show (link to the full show here) to discuss his new book, Fire in the Ashes: Twenty-Five Years Among the Poorest Children in America and his work to change education policy to create a more even playing field for impoverished children.  As Dr. West said in his introduction, "There is just nobody like Jonathan Kozol in the culture, going back to 1967 with Death At An Early Age, on through 14 more powerful texts...No one else has been able to keep track of the rich humanity and resiliency of our poor brothers and sisters of all colors."  Listen to the full... Read More →
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