- Please remind me to press “RECORD” if needed. Thanks in advance.
- Poll: Accessing zoom recordings
- Course Evaluation now Open
- The preliminary Final Project Requirements are now posted. I’m taking your feedback for the next week, and we will also discuss them in class hopefully on Tuesday. I will finalize this post next Thursday after class.
- REQUIRED Phase 2, Blog Post #8: Please discuss today’s guest lectures. Where do you think their work overlaps? Additional questions to consider:
- Dr. Michael Lindsey (McSilver Institute): How would you characterize McSilver’s approach to poverty? Where might technology come into play?
- Uzoma Orchingwa (Ameelio): How does Ameelio use a mix of high tech and low tech to serve vulnerable populations? Considering that incarcerated female and male populations are kept separate, how might they be served differently by Ameelio?
- Please watch After Now (26 minutes), a 2017 documentary about alumni of the NYU Prison Education Program.
- Watch (start at 37:00) or listen or read this recent interview on Democracy Now featuring PEP alum Jose Diaz (about .15 min).
- Peruse other short videos on the NYU Prison Education Program (PEP) media page.
Listen to and blog about an episode of McSilver Institute’s Podcast, called Black Boys and Men: Changing the Narrative. The podcast is available on Google Play, Apple Podcasts, SoundCloud.