Episode 2: #GiftOfWords with Brynne Schroeder
Building bridges over society's fault lines starts with hearing each other's stories. Artists, teachers, students, and activists wield their words in interviews with Michelle Haberberger of YourWords STL. Gather wisdom from those working toward equity in one of the nation's most divided cities.
YourWords STL is a non-profit organization that uses tutoring, creative writing workshops, and collaborative projects to help amplify the voices of St. Louis youth. Learn more at http://www.yourwordsstl.org.
Our intro sounds are provided by Joey Ferber. Our outro sounds are from the song "For Me" on Aysia Berlynn's new album, Synth & Soul.
You can connect with the Webster University School of Education on Twitter at @Webster_SOE. The Webster Speaks Series is available at http://www.webster.edu/diversity-inclusion/webster-speaks/.
Brynne Schroeder is a faculty member and community engagement coordinator for Webster University’s School of Education. She earned a PhD in Human Development with a concentration Organization Development during the spring of 2020. Before pursuing her doctoral studies, Brynne received a Master’s in Clinical/Community Mental Health and a Bachelor’s in Psychology. Her research interests include: college success, social and emotional well-being, identity development, and emerging adulthood.