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- [Podcast] S1E27] Fight The Power.. A Conversation with John Thomas, Musician, Educator, Activist - September 6, 2016
- [Podcast S2E5] Five Affirmations That Every Teacher Needs - September 5, 2016
- [Podcast S2E3] Why I Left Teaching to Poop in a Bucket - August 21, 2016
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