I was a guest on Salim Muwakkil’s show on the internet. Here are some of things a babbled about.
Discursive: [ dih-skur-siv ]
passing aimlessly from one subject to another; digressive; rambling.
“Forbidden Black Love: America’s Hidden Civil Rights Issue” - Dr. Dianne Stewart @ Riverside Church
America's War on African American Marriage: Dr. Dianne M. Stewart
Marc Sims speaks with Professor Dianne M. Stewart, author of Black Women, Black Love: America's War on African-American Marriage·
Black Women, Black Love: 400 Plus Podcast
Marc Sims speaks with Professor Dianne M. Stewart, author of Black Women, Black Love: America's War on African-American Marriage.
A Chicago Booster: Mary Pattillo
Marc Sims talks with Northwestern University Professor Mary Pattillo about remaining Black on the block.
Not Taught To Read: Just A Few Questions Podcast
Marc Sims talks with Emily Hanford Senior Correspondent for American Public Media Reports about the science of reading.https://anchor.fm/marc-sims/
Discovering the Science of Reading: A Reporter’s Story
The dirty little secret about education writ large; relative performance throughout life tends to be remarkably static.
A 3rd grade reading level is a strong predictor of college completion.
Clip by Marc Sims.
Fewer than 10 percent of books feature characters of color or are written by non-white authors. And there's not a lot of variety in those books, she says. There are often historical narratives about slavery or civil rights.
I agree with Dr. Carl Bell; Black people (African Americans) are
very relational, as opposed to being transactional.
Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs
The Jewish Phenomenon: Seven Keys to the Enduring Wealth of a People
relationships and delaying independence from the home. by maintaining close family