Jamial Black

Author Bio

Jamial Black is a bilingual, family engagement specialist, advocate and organizer dedicated to helping underserved families receive educational equity and justice. He is a former AAE fellow, member of Profound Gentlemen and founder of the Wake Forest Housing Justice Coalition.

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November 2, 2023

Time to Reconsider The Mass Incarceration of North Carolina's School Children

Students of color and students with disabilities in North Carolina are disproportionately reported to law enforcement, which is raising concerns about the effectiveness of school resource officers in addressing oppressive actions on campuses across the…

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April 26, 2023

Closing the Financial Gaps in Literacy for African Americans

In the United States, there is approximately $1.757 trillion in student loan debt. According to recent analytics, the majority of consumers are responsibly managing their student loan debt, and the rate of debt accumulation is…

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January 10, 2023

The Value of School Choice (For Education Equity) from a Black Male Educator Perspective

Reflecting on my experiences as a domestic and international student, I can’t help but think of how I felt cheated by the inequities of my public school education. For too long, the American Education system…

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December 22, 2022

Reimagining a Diversified Teacher Pipeline through Student-Centered Learning

Across the United States, it’s well known that there is a shortage of diverse teachers and curriculums inside classrooms. The growing dialogs on student-centered learning has become the new indispensable model to reimagine and diversify…