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Reimagining Education

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Kathy Taylor on discrimination, educational inequality, and what inspires her to keep pushing for a

SPIRE Journalism Fellows and 9th grade Will Rogers High School students, David Sinclair and Michelle Olmedo, had the opportunity to interview Kathy Taylor, a panelist in Tulsa Debate League's upcoming event "Debating Educational Equity". The event takes place Friday, May 11 at 6:15 PM at the Lorton Performance Center and features student debaters and community leaders Ray Owens, Nancy McDonald, and Hannibal Johnson. Through Together Tulsa's partnership with Tulsa Debate League, SPIRE Fellows sat down with Kathy at 36 Degrees North to talk about her thoughts on educational equity and related issues in Tulsa. DS: First question... when you are our age what did you want to be when you grew up?