Presentation: Iesha Jackson, Doris Watson, Marcie Gallo, and Claytee White

Iesha Jackson (Teaching and Learning), Doris L. Watson (Educational Psychology and Higher Education), Marcie Gallo (History), and Claytee White (Oral History Center) gave their second of two peer review presentations on their collaborative project, Digging Deep and Branching Out: Using Oral History and Collaborative Inquiry to Explore Candidate Resilience and Craft Equitable Experiences for ARL Teachers of Color. The presentations were given at the Southwest Oral History Conference and the Oral History Association National Conference. Both were held virtually.

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