TACtile

This episode is the fourth installment of our Cornerstone Series, Racial Justice. The cornerstones are the pedagogy that guide the work we do. The Cornerstones are Emergence, Popular Education, Design Justice and Racial Justice/Cultural Equity.

Artist, professor, curator and activist Wesley Taylor shares with us how to recognize when spaces are racist, the role of racialized capitalism in equity and how to navigate one's positionality and power to move towards justice.

Show Notes

This episode is the fourth installment of our Cornerstone Series, Racial Justice. The cornerstones are the pedagogy that guide the work we do.  The Cornerstones are Emergence, Popular Education, Design Justice and Racial Justice/Cultural Equity.

Artist, professor, curator and activist Wesley Taylor shares with us how to recognize when spaces are racist, the role of racialized capitalism in equity and how to navigate one's positionality and power to move towards justice.

What is TACtile?

TACtile is the podcast for Leveraging a Network for Equity (LANE) a program of the National Performance Network. This podcast discusses practical tools and concepts designed to transform the field of Arts and Culture towards equity and justice. This podcast is produced by LANE Cohort members, Sage Crump and is edited by Jazz Franklin.