Today’s episode is another round-table, with Kevine Boggess of Coleman Advocates for Children & Youth, Ken Tray of United Educators of San Francisco, and educator and comedian Micia Mosley. Are schools a way to create social equity or a way to crush children’s spirits? Why can’t we just have good schools for kids?
On The Nato Sessions we talk to comedian and comedy writer Guy Branum (of Totally Biased with W. Kamau Bell & Chelsea Lately) about the impossible labyrinth of growing up a gay, Jewish, redneck Arkie almond farmer in rural California. We discuss working as a comedy writer while maintaining your own voice as a standup, and hash out our disagreements on boycotts, clickbait, outrage, and building the movement of gays where they go to find dick.
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