In Season 2, we’re going to focus more on connecting the past to the present. In this episode, we take our first look at teachers as activists and look at 3 accidental activists, Oliver Brown, John Scopes, and Bridget Peixotto.
- Race, The Little Rock Nine, and Our Obligation as Educators ( José Vilson)
- Mission Statement (Badass Teachers Association)
- Reforming K-12 Education: How the Activists Are Doing It (Huffington Post)
Brown v. The Topeka Board of Education
- Missed in History series on the case
- Myths and Truths about Brown v. Board of Education (From the Brown Foundation)
The Scopes Monkey Trial
Bridget Peixotto (and Henrietta Rodman)
- Carter, P. A. (2016). From Single to Married: Feminist Teachers’ Response to Family/Work Conflict in Early Twentieth-Century New York City. History of Education Quarterly, 56, 36-60.
- Sochen, J. (1970). Henrietta Rodman and the Feminist Alliance: 1914–1917. The Journal of Popular Culture, 4(1), 57-65.