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WHAT PEOPLE SAY
Associate Professor at West Chester University
PA Debt Collective
Tamara Anderson is one of the great popular educators of our time. In the spirit of bell hooks, Paulo Freire, and other greats of the critical pedagogy lineage, Tamara effortlessly and flawlessly blends exceptional theoretical analysis of our day's most pressing dilemmas, with concrete transformative action. Of great import is the way in which Tamara brings together art and activism. Doing so, she provokes the mind, body, and heart to do what needs doing.
"Tamara was SO engaging! Her presentation was so polished, her spoken-word and vocal contributions were amazing, and her history lesson was captivating."
"Thank you for the raw honesty throughout the event!"
"The acknowledgement of all the events that took place before the buildup of Stonewall was such a great call out. And relating it to the summer of 2020. It was very reflective and shows the massive amount of work and struggle that people have gone through."
PA Debt Collective
Tamara is an incredibly gifted educator and facilitator. She offered a powerful anti-racism training for the Debt Collective at a crucial time when we were training new leaders around the country; the training had and continues to have lasting impact on both the participants and the organization as a whole. Utilizing humor, pertinent historical analysis, anecdotes and a variety of frameworks and techniques, Tamara skillfully and generously creates an educational space where participants can reflect on their thoughts, behavior, relationships and institutional norms in a safe environment, with the goal of becoming more thoughtful, couragous and effective anti-racist practitioners and activists.
West Chester University
This class has been one of the most enriching education courses I have taken in my college experience. I literally had zero expectations for this course, I took it solely because it was a requirement for my major, and yet it became probably my favorite class this semester. I liked how the discussions and readings were on current issues that have been occurring for decades in the education field, and will sadly, continue to occur in the near future.