with Kelly Davenport, EdD, CEO and Founder, Freire Schools
Posted May 30, 2018Expires Aug 31, 2018
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Kelly Davenport, EdD, CEO and Founder of the Freire Schools and Founder of the Freire Foundation, talks about providing a problem-based education to students from underserved neighborhoods. Recorded May 25, 2018.
Hosted by: Jill HornerProduced by: Freedom Newsmakers Team
Jill Horner speaks with Angel Fuentes, President and Founder from the NJ Hispanic Leadership Association, Inc., about the 8th Annual Hispanic Leadership Summit: Conference and Awards Gala. Interview recorded 8/15/2018.
Gloria Vazquez Merrick, Latino Hispanic American Community Center Exec. Dir., tells host Jill Horner about the many programs and services the center has in place to sustain and empower Latino individuals and families in the Greater Harrisburg Area, including helping Hurricane Maria victims in and from Puerto Rico. www.lhacc.org
Host Jill Horner talks with Ken Lebron, Deputy Dir., Veterans Affairs Berks Co., about ways the organization is trying to help veterans with healthcare, the claims process, discounts and others. co.berks.pa.us/va
Julie Avalos, Deputy Director for The Council of Spanish Speaking Organizations (El Concilio) talks about celebrating Latino culture in Philadelphia. Also featured is a preview of the 56th Annual Puerto Rican Day Parade to be held September 30, 2018 along the Ben Franklin Parkway in Philadelphia. Recorded July 20, 2018.
Chatham University in Pittsburgh was a womens’ college until a few years ago. President Dr. David Finegold tells host Sheila Hyland that empowerment is the challenge and says that educating men and women together on campus helps affect it and better addresses societal issues. and equality. Recorded on the Chatham University Campus in Pittsburgh. chatham.edu