Dear Kanye, The Children Are Listening
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In this episode of CATCH THIS PODCAST, Executive Director Patricia Smith addresses Kanye West and his recent comments on slavery, free speech, and the history of African-Americans in the United States.  With some help from Ralph Ellison and the students of CATCH Prep, this podcast is intended to let Mr. Kanye West know that we are listening.  And looking forward to his response.

Truth, Love, And The Power Of Student Storytelling ft. Superintendent Dr. Josh Arnold (S01, E02)

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In this episode of CATCH THIS PODCAST, Superintendent Josh Arnold explores three student narratives used as personal statements on college applications this year, and examines the process by which students discovered, crafted, and shared their stories with others. With the help of Jay-Z and Maya Angelou, Dr. Arnold lays out three pillars for storytelling that not only help students to communicate their backgrounds to audiences, but should be useful to any listener across a broad range of fields beyond education.  Direct from the Crenshaw District just outside of Culver City, CA.

Black Panther & The Origin Of Student Identity ft. Superintendent Josh Arnold (S01, E01)

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In our Podcast Premiere, Superintendent Dr. Joshua Arnold explores student reactions to the Ryan Coogler film BLACK PANTHER.  CATCH Prep bought out a theatre so students could see the film Opening Weekend, and in the days that have followed teachers have noticed serious reflection and deep questioning from students in regards to their identity, place in the world, and overall sense of belonging.  This episode explores it all...  direct from the Crenshaw District just outside of Culver City, California.