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Dr. King was nonviolent-but he wasn't non-confrontational. Brittany Packnett shares the truth of Dr. King's legacy for Mic opinion.
Brittany joins other education leaders to discuss school discipline-and the need for culturally responsive reform. Hosted by The Center For American Progress.
Behind the scenes at Essence's Inaugural Woke 100 Cover Shoot: activists Brittany Packnett and Janaye Ingram discuss how to remain vigilant.
Brittany starts off 2018 discussing the finer points of politics, activism, education and shares her story of getting to yes with Kelly Leonard, Executive Director of the famed Second City.
Marie Claire's annual New Guard list highlights game-changing women. Brittany is named as a visionary alongside women like Sen. Kamala Harris, Ava DuVernay, and Ellen Pao.
A tribute and presentation of the Spirit Alive award posthumously to Activist Kalief Browder.
Brittany is a regular featured guest on the highly-rated Pod Save The People, offering news, analysis and cultural commentary-and recently guested on Lovett Or Leave it in front of a sold out DC crowd.
Featured in Broadly's 'You Know Who Rules' series on powerful women, Brittany discusses the power of knowing your purpose and what 2018 has in store for her work.
In "The Black Ceiling," Brittany contributes her voice to Fortune Magazine to discuss the challenges and triumphs of being a #BlackWomanAtWork. Featured in Fortune's October 2017 edition, their Most Powerful Women issue.
NPR's Rachel Martin speaks with educator and activist Brittany Packnett about how people can help fight racism and white supremacy in their daily lives.
A personal series on self-love, acceptance, and social justice, Brittany penned this popular 2017 blog series in partnership with Amy Poehler's Smart Girls.
Brittany is a weekly contributor to the popular Pod Save The People's "It's The News!" segment. Listen here-and don't forget to subscribe.
The Brooklyn Conference explores the intersections of art and social justice, shining a light on what unites and separates us as a nation, and in hopes of inspiring a more connected, civic, and empathetic world. Join us for some creative thinking about social change.
Brittany is on the scene of a Washington protest with VICE news, airing on HBO.
In Episode 2 of BET's Don't Touch My Hair, Brittany's internationally trending hashtag #BlackWomenAtWork takes center spotlight!
In this popular talk, Brittany graces the TedX stage to examine the importance of women of color in leadership.
Keynoting the 2017 KIPP Summit, Brittany speaks passionately on the intersection of education nd justice, and the power of our names.
Our hair represents our essence. Watch Brittany on Episode 1of BET's Don't Touch My Hair as she discusses the beauty-and importance-of a Black woman's crown.
Brittany Packnett explains the "cradle to prison pipeline," in which children are born into a culture in which they learn to believe that they are inherently more criminal than others.