Ep61. A conversation with Sally Nuamah on girls’ education

 

Sally Nuamah Ep 61.pngThis week’s episode begins with discussion of events in DRC, Malawi, and Algeria. We also talk about a new study showing how democracy is good for our health.

Our featured conversation is with Sally Nuamah (@sally_nuamah), an assistant professor at Duke University’s Sanford School of Public Policy. Her research sits at the intersections of race, gender, public education and political behavior. She made the award-winning film, HerStoryWe talk with Sally about her first book, How Girls Achieve, released this week by Harvard University Press. Our conversation begins at 10:53.

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