Radiozine features a special airing of Making Contact's episode A LEGACY OF MISTREATMENT:
African American students across the country are much more likely than any other student group to be placed in special education. In this weeks episode, we present a documentary from San Francisco, where we hear about a landmark education case, and what is and isnt working for black students with special needs today.
Featuring Marisha Robinson, co-chair - African American advisory council; Harold Dent, founder of the Assoc. of Black Psychologists; Darryl Lester, plaintiff in landmark Larry P. v. Riles case; Jean Robertson, SFUSD chief of special ed services; Rashawn Chapman, Downtown High School student; Todd Williams, Asst. Principal at Downtown High School.
- “Temporal Slip”, Blue Dot Sessions
- “Heading East (320 kbps)”
- “Remembrance”, Yussef Kamaal
- “Migration Thread of Clouds”, Blue Dot Sessions
- “Ervira”, Blue Dot Sessions
Making Contact website: https://www.radioproject.org/2019/03/legacy-of-mistreatment/