Welcome to Episode 14 of Therapy, Etc Podcast where I have Dr. Nallely Arteaga sharing about her experiences not only within the high school level but at the university level, working with various communities.
Nallely discusses her experiences being a minority woman within the teaching system at the university level. She talks about how she works with different personalities and above all, how she takes care of herself in order to continuously have open dialogue surrounding racial injustice.
Dr. Nallely Arteaga is an Assistant Professor at CSU Dominguez Hills in the Teacher Education Department. She has a Ph.D. in Education from UC Riverside and is a former continuation high school teacher. As a Critical Race scholar, her research examines the racialized pushout of Black and Latinx students into alternative schools. Her work unpacks inequitable policies and practices in the K-12 school system that result in school pushout that are supported by deficit framed ideologies that often result in internalized racism, anti-black racism, and linguistic racism. Dr. Arteaga is a first-generation Latina and daughter of immigrant parents.
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