Archive for the ‘Appearance’ Category

Debating Education Reform

October 19, 2010 · 1 Comment

Recently, I had the pleasure of appearing on “Our World with Black Enterprise” hosted by Marc Lamont Hill. The show […]

On next Monday the 17th at 7:30 pm there will be a panel on Black Male Privilege at the Brecht […]

On February 10th, I had the pleasure of joining an esteemed set of scholars for the 143rd Founder’s Day Symposium […]

Recently, I had the pleasure of being on the Addicted to Race podcast. I was on with Tami from What […]

Guest on Addicted to Race podcast 112 on Gates, Obama, and deeper racial dialogue.

This Monday July 13th I will be speaking at the NAACP Centennial Convention on Educational Advocacy.

Panel on NCLB at CCNY

February 24, 2009 · 1 Comment

On Feb 25th, City College of New York will host an important panel on No Child Left Behind and Urban Schools. R. L’Heureux Lewis will moderate with panelists Christopher Edmin, Winthrop Holder, and Marcus Winters. 5-7pm in Shepard Hall Rm 250.

This week, on Thursday the 12th, I will be a featured panelist at New York University’s Gallatin School. I will be on a panel discussing Black and Jewish Relations as part of their Black History Month Programming. From the look of the panelist it’s going to be a lively and engaging discussion. More information is provided beneath.

Today I’ll on NPR‘s New and Notes on their bloggers roundtable discussion inauguration and coming challenges for Barack Obama. You […]

Today I’ll be doing the bloggers roundtable on NPR News and Notes. Check your local NPR listings or look for it on the webpage and podcast later today. I’m scheduled to be on with some very interesting folks: Felicia Harvey from and Lenny McAllister from