The interview starts out, after greetings and introductions, with Rogovoy asking Weidman a question that may be on many people's minds: What are the organization's plans for the property it was gifted on North Front Street in the aftermath of the devastating fire that destroyed the historic mill building on the site. In prefacing her answer, Weidman uses the term liberatory education, which diverts the conversation to a definition of the term and beyond. About 16 minutes in and again at 27 minutes, the conversation returns to the building and future plans for the site.
In between, the conversation about the mission of Kite's Nest, its inspiration, programs, and vision for the future is well worth the time spent listening. To do so, click here.
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