Responsibilities of brotherhood, original poetry, and the achievement gap - Ep.2

October 24, 2017 00:12:25
Responsibilities of brotherhood, original poetry, and the achievement gap - Ep.2
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Responsibilities of brotherhood, original poetry, and the achievement gap - Ep.2

Oct 24 2017 | 00:12:25

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Show Notes

Marvin of Holy Family Academy, Darren, Christian, and Jashaun of Woodland Hills High School have a conversation about the responsibilities of being an older brother through a pen-pal style message exchange.

Emily and Taylor are students at the Ellis School who wrote original poems about their personal identities.

A group of Pittsburgh Public School students talk about achievement gaps at their respective schools.

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