Podcasts

Podcasts

Every year, Delaware Humanities releases a podcast on relevant topics happening in our communities. Click the links below to access full episodes of the podcasts and hear how these discussions have changed over the years!

A More Just Delaware

Delaware Humanities’ 2024 podcast A More Just Delaware highlights pivotal moments and legislation related to hate, prejudice, and the fight for equal rights for all in Delaware from the 1950s to today. Learn about Delaware’s history and current landscape through a series of interviews with Delaware representatives, legislators, tribal leaders, and pillars of our community.

This podcast is produced is partnership with Delaware Public Media.

Funding for A More Just Delaware has been provided by the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) as part of the United We Stand: Connecting Through Culture initiative.

Episode 3: The Crown Act

May 10, 2024

Featuring Delaware state Senator Darius J. Brown, this episode looks at Delaware Senate Bill 192 (the CROWN Act), passed in 2021, prohibiting discrimination in the workplace based on hairstyles historically associated with race.

Delaware Humanities Podcasts · A More Just Delaware Episode 3: The Crown Act

Episode 2: Brown v. Board of Education

April 12, 2024

Featuring educator Kathy Trusty, this episode looks at Delaware’s complex history of school segregation and its lasting impact on Delaware’s school system today. This episode complements Delaware Humanities’ 2024 traveling exhibit on the 70th anniversary of Brown v. Board of Education.

Delaware Humanities Podcasts · A More Just Delaware Episode 2: Brown v. Board

Episode 1: House Bill 198

March 7, 2024

Featuring Delaware State Representative Sherry Dorsey Walker, this episode looks at Delaware House Bill 198, passed in 2021, which requires every Delaware school district and charter school serving K-12 students to provide instruction on Black history. 

Delaware Humanities Podcasts · A More Just Delaware Episode 1

Past Podcasts