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PopClass Replay with Brittany Packnett Cunningham

Catch Brittany's session "Distant but Dynamic: Using Your Voice on Social to Build a Movement"

By The TFA Editorial Team

April 6, 2020

In our last TFA PopClass, Black Lives Matter organizer, NBC News, and MSNBC contributor, and Pod Save the People co-host Brittany Packnett Cunningham shared tips on how to use your platforms to optimize your voice and promote equity for marginalized communities.

Distant but Dynamic: Using Your Voice on Social to Build a Movement w/ Brittany Packnett Cunningham

Changeagents, just like you, were inspired by the stories that were shared in class. 

To keep the momentum and conversation going, join us for our next PopClass with sociologist, author and Harvard University's Assistant Professor of Education, Dr. Anthony Jack. Dr. Jack will share insight on the struggles marginalized students face at elite colleges and what institutions can do to help students thrive, especially in these challenging times. 



“Big thank you for all you have done and continue to do. Thank you for inspiring me and confirming even more that TFA is the place for me.”

“Brittany you delivered! You can tell your passion about this fight of equity is innate.”

“I graduate in May and I must say I am greatly looking forward to the life-changing role as a teacher.”

“As a graduating senior, everything Brittany is sharing is so helpful. EQUITY is so important because one way does not work for all. Meet students where they are.”

“Wow. Wow. Wow. I'm so grateful to be connecting with so many like-minded people during these crazy times!”