It’s About Language guest Edgar Serrano guides us, through stories and reflections, to reframe perceptions about ourselves, others, and the world.
This week’s guest, Edgar Serrano, brings his personal history and experience in business and education to a conversation on changing perspectives about peoples, cultures, and ourselves.
Sharing this small meditative gem from Maya Angelou on the power of exposure to languages and cultures, so critical for our times.
It’s About Language guest Dr. L.J. Randolph explores how language, identity, and social justice are inextricably linked.
This week’s guest, Dr. LJ Randolph, shares the need for and approach to connecting social justice and language learning and use.
This week’s guest, Dr. Adrienne Jones Daly, challenges our ideas around standardized languages in education and society.
It’s About Language guest Dr. Adrienne Daly challenges us to break away from the assumption that there is “one right way to speak or write.”
It is critical that we reflect right now in our country’s life on the role and power of language and words on the behavior and beliefs of individuals and groups.
It’s About Language guest Sharla Zwirek takes us on a personal and publishing journey to understanding ourselves and others through language and culture.
This week’s guest on It’s About Language is Sharla Zwirek, who provides an insight into how we approach learning about the language and culture of others – and ourselves.
This week’s guest on It’s About Language is Amanda Seewald, who has us reflect on language and our connection or disconnection to family history and the human family..
It’s About Language guest Amanda Seewald speaks intimately of her journey of discovery that, for all of us, language is the DNA of our identity.
It’s About Language podcast guest David Bong speaks of obligations to use language to bring the world together and confirm each person’s identity.