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    Steve Holt is a senior editor and writer responsible for print alumni magazines at the Wheelock College of Education and Human Development, School of Theology, and the Sargent College of Health and Rehabilitation Sciences. He came to BU in 2022 from Appalachian Mountain Club, where he was a senior editor at the nonprofit’s award-winning member magazine. For more than a decade before that, Steve built a prolific freelance journalism career, collecting bylines in numerous print and online publications, such as The Boston Globe, Boston magazine, Civil Eats, Business Insider, and Bloomberg CityLab. His Edible Boston story about sustainable hamburgers in Boston was selected for inclusion in the Best Food Writing 2011 anthology. Steve holds a bachelor’s degree in journalism and a master’s in theology from Abilene Christian University. Profile

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There are 3 comments on Wheelock Lecturer Works inside and outside the System to Fight for Education Equality

  1. This is such critical work that Dr. Fernandez is doing. It is only through this deep analysis that we will be able to improve and have more equitable institutions. We are lucky to have Dr. Fernandez as a colleague.

  2. Excellent and long overdue work on this issue. Thank you, Dr. Fernandez for leading the charge. Given that, “Notably, the Massachusetts legislature passed the Racial Imbalance Act in 1965, ordering the state’s public schools to desegregate.” it would seem that much of Massachusetts is shamefully out of compliance with its own 60-year-old law. Litigation is in order before more young lives —Euro-American and POC— are compromised.

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