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Dr. Charles Bell has been studying school punishment, school safety measures, and anti-blackness in schools for years. He joins us to discuss his book Suspended: Punishment, Violence, and the Failure of School Safety.
Join Dr. Bell, Dr. Baker, and Nick as they discuss anti-blackness in schools, the school-to-prison pipeline, school safety measures, and more.
Links, Resources, & Information
- Learn more about Dr. Bell on our website.
- You can find books recommended in this podcast on our GoodReads.
- Dr. Bell’s website
- Articles Written by or about Dr. Bell
- Buy the book: Suspended: Punishment, Violence, and the Failure of School Safety
- Kimberle Crenshaw on Intersectionality
- Tommy Curry
- The Black Tax
- Devah Pager
- Goss vs. Lopez, 1975
- The Crown Act
- Dr. Bell’s Recommendations
Every day, we move through the world impacted by the social structures we've created. Sociologists use rigorous scientific research to examine how the social structures you interact with on a daily basis impact your life, possibly in ways you hadn't thought of. This is finding the strange in the familiar. Every episode, Dr. Erin Baker and a co-host who isn't in the field will be interviewing other sociologists about their work. Keep listening to learn how to Make the Familiar Strange. Music by Jonathan Franco Music: https://www.instagram.com/jonathanfrancomusic Podcast editing by Joe Giese: www.joegiesemusic.com