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Podcast: Dr. Kerry-Ann Escayg on Antiracism in Early Childhood Education

Growing up in a loving Trinidadian household helped fuel Dr. Kerry Ann Escayg’s passion for bringing an antiracism lens to early childhood learning. As she puts it, “The ideologies of race serve as a legitimating glue to condone and to perpetuate many forms of racial injustices.” Dr. Escayg is an Assistant Professor of Early Childhood Education at the University of Nebraska-Omaha.

This is In My Skin, a podcast about race and childhood. We hope to encourage conversations about race and childhood by talking to the scholars, parents, authors, teachers, and artists whose work impacts young children today, and learning about their own childhood experiences with race.

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