FreshEd interview with Hakim Williams: Youth violence and the neocolonial system of education in Trinidad

FreshEd interview with Hakim Mohandas Amani Williams: Youth violence and the neocolonial system of education in Trinidad

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FreshEd with Will Brehm is a weekly podcast that makes complex ideas in educational research easily understood.  This December 12 interview explores youth violence in Trinidad with guest Hakim Mohandas Amani Williams. Hakim situates his study of Trinidad within the country’s colonial past. He is also actively creating a new paradigm to address youth violence that blends a systems approach with restorative justice practices.

Hakim Williams is an Assistant Professor of Africana Studies and Education at Gettysburg College. Early this year, he was a Visiting Scholar at the Advanced Consortium on Cooperation, Conflict and Complexity (AC4) at The Earth Institute, Columbia University. In today’s show, Hakim discusses his article, “A Neocolonial Warp of Outmoded Hierarchies, Curricula and Disciplinary Technologies in Trinidad’s Educational System,” which can be found in the latest issue of Critical Studies of Education.

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