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LE 219: A Black Male Educators Experience Teaching Abroad with Johnnie Jackson

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About Johnnie Jackson, MBA

Johnnie Jackson (he/him/his) is the Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Supervisor for Marion City Schools. He is the author of Meditating Gunrunner Speaking, Part I: A Black Male Journey Teaching in South Korea. His dream is to diversify study abroad, international education, and teacher education! 

Show Highlights

  • Teaching abroad in South Korea
  • Connecting with other Black residents
  • Skills developed overseas
  • Study abroad demographics
  • Heritage programs
  • Equity challenges abroad

Connect with Johnnie

Email: [email protected]

Additional Resources

Diversity Abroad

Meditating Gunrunner Speaking, Part I: A Black Male Journey Teaching in South Korea

Annihilating Racial Injustice in School Course

FREE AUDIO COURSE: Race, Advocacy, and Social Justice Studies

Learn more about the Advocacy Room

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