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About Angela Dye, Ph.D.

Dr. Angela Dye is the developer of the Empowerment Starts Here brand. With it, she brings together the social sciences and education to promote social change and resistance for disadvantaged communities. 

She is a published author, a creator of K12 curriculum for higher order thinking and social action, a theorist and activist for student empowerment and shared-power leadership, and is a former charter school designer and operator.  

Currently she is the Host and Executive Producer of the Empowerment Starts Here podcast where she talks about power, social change and disrupting margins. She serves as an adjunct professor teaching theories on human development, learning and leadership to graduate students as well as teaching the sociology of health, nonprofits and gender to undergraduate students. Finally, she is a public speaker and serves as a life coach for those living in the margins.

Dr. Dye holds a bachelor’s degree in social science and secondary education, a master’s degree in school and instructional leadership, and a PhD in education where she studied power as related to low-income African American learners.  

Show Highlights

  • The concept of Racism
  • A discussion on the meaning of Racism
  • “Invisible Giants”
  • Microaggressions
  • A discussion on privilege
  • Disrupting Racism in schools

Connect with Angela

Twitter: @ejuc8or

Email: [email protected]


Podcast: Empowerment Starts Here

Additional Resources

Empowerment Starts Here: Seven Principles to Empowering Urban Youth

Connect with me on Twitter @sheldoneakins

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