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Episode 3 of Moms Changing the World is ready!

Updated: Jan 3




Part 1 features an interview with married Mom of 4 sons, Mari Gray, who is also a Professor of Education Leadership at California State East Bay and an advocate for reform of disproportionate discipline in CA schools.  We have a great conversation about starting off as a single mom, advice for new mothers, and how she talks to her African-American sons about racism. Plus hear how she makes rice bowls interesting and unique for the whole family.


Part 2 delves deeper into the role that police currently play on public school campuses and discipline practices that unfairly impact black and brown children.  Learn about what every parent can do to advocate for all children to be safe as they learn on public school campuses. You won't want to miss it.




ORCID page which includes names of Mari Gray's titles: https://orcid.org/0000-0001-8778-4028/print and

ResearchGate page which includes all of her articles with links to read them: https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Mariama_Gray.


Recent Publications

Haas, E., Gray, M.S. & Fischman, G.E. (2019). The Relationship of Implicit Bias to Perceptions of Teaching Ability: Examining Good Looks, Race, Age and Gender. Educao Online, 14(32), 206-236.

Gray, M.S. (2019). Blocking the Bathroom: Latino Students and the Spatial Arrangements of Student Discipline. Critical Education, 10(2), 1-20


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