Keith Catone, FLDC member, was interviewed by Organizing Engagement.
“As the founding executive director of the Center for Youth and Community Leadership in Education (@CYCLE_RWU) at Roger Williams University, Keith Catone is committed to partnering with communities and schools seeking to build collective power to fight for and win education policies and practices that create equitable opportunities and just outcomes for all learners. Catone was formerly the associate director of community organizing and engagement at Brown University’s Annenberg Institute for School Reform and the project director for the Youth 4 Change Alliance in Providence, Rhode Island. He also taught at Banana Kelly High School in the South Bronx and co-founded the New York Collective of Radical Educators, a citywide teacher-activist organization. His book, The Pedagogy of Teacher Activism: Portraits of Four Teachers for Justice, was published in 2017.”
Read the full interview by Stephen Abbott here.