Locker 37: Case Closed
(A)broad in Education
by Tiffany Lachelle Smith
8M ago
SHOW NOTES: In memory of my dear friend David Thornton, I share this episode with a heart filled with sadness and joy. The essence of my sadness grieves deeply for a fallen EDPat while the essence of my joy beams peace for having created such a beautiful time capsule. At the time we recorded this episode, my intuition made it very clear that it was too early to publish. It was 2020 and there was so much going on for David that I was led to simply file the content and leave it be. When I recently heard of his transition, I decided to search for the episode and listen to it again. It's only no ..read more
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A Trip Down Memory Lane with Grandpa
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by Dr. Tiffany Lachelle Smith
8M ago
Welcome to the grand finale of Season 4. As we wrap up this conversation, exploring relationships abroad. I have a personal story to share with you, a story that weaves together the threads of my identity as a transnational commuter and one that gives detail about the generational expatriation blood flowing through my veins.  In Celebration of my grandfather's 85th birthday, I decided to stroll down memory lane to talk with him about his experience overseas. Our conversation reveals the untold story of his relationship in Spain, which was an enchanting tale that perfectly encapsulates the ..read more
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Learning To Be Your Own Guru with The SoulfulExpat (Nicole): Reflecting on Relationships Abroad
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by Dr. Tiffany Lachelle Smith
8M ago
For those of you who’ve been rocking with (A)Broad in Education for a while, you vividly remember Episode 43, A Romance Scam from Abroad. It was such a pivotal life experience that I shared the story publicly, even in an article with Travel Noire. Part of that experience was connecting with other women about their relationships abroad and I mentioned before that the previous episodes were recorded in 2021.  Well, it’s been three years post-scam, and two years post-recording, so I decided to reach out to Nicole @thesoulfulexpat for a semi-quick check in to discuss how things have changed a ..read more
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Sista Circle on Relationships Abroad: Part 2
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by Tiffany Lachelle Smith
8M ago
SHOW NOTES: In this Part 2 Episode of Relationships Abroad in Sista Circle Methodology, Dr. Tiffany Lachelle Smith and co-host Maxine engage three amazing Black American women living in various countries. SOCIAL MEDIA HANDLES: Keisha (China): @Keeshthecounselor Paige: Qatar Nichole (Shanghai): @thesoulfulexpat Want to continue this conversation? Subscribe to the (A)Broad in Education newsletter. SUPPORT US: Want to Contribute to (A)Broad in Education? 1. Subscribe: Hit the subscribe button where ever you listen to your favorite podcasts! 2. Share an episode: Got a favorite? It literally ta ..read more
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Sista Circle on Relationships Abroad: Part 1
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by Tiffany Lachelle Smith
8M ago
SHOW NOTES: In this Part 1 Episode, Dr. Tiffany Lachelle Smith and co-host Maxine engage in sista circle methodology to discuss relationships abroad with three amazing Black American women living in various countries. SOCIAL MEDIA HANDLES: Keisha (China): @Keeshthecounselor Paige: Qatar Nichole (Shanghai): @thesoulfulexpat If you like what you’re hearing be sure to support the show by leaving a review and subscribing wherever you get your favorite podcasts! Want to continue this conversation? Subscribe to the (A)Broad in Education newsletter. Want to Contribute to (A)Broad in Education? 1 ..read more
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Baecation Chronicles: Courtney and Zenani
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by Tiffany Lachelle Smith
8M ago
SHOW NOTES: Tiffany Lachelle chats with Courtney Anderson and Zenani Fogg about their life-changing trip to South Africa and Kenya. While living their entire single girl lives, a winter break trip turns into life-long connections. Dive into this fairytale alongside your host Tiffany Smith! Listener Discretion Advised*: This episode makes references to sensitive topics that might be triggering for some listeners. SOCIAL MEDIA HANDLES: Courtney Anderson on Facebook, @coco.ngindu (Twitter) Zenani Fogg on Facebook, @missfog (Twitter) If you like what you’re hearing be sure to support the show ..read more
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Not Trailing but, Traveling Spouse Syndrome with Juanita Ingram
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by Tiffany Lachelle Smith
8M ago
SHOW NOTES: In this week's episode, Tiffany Lachelle is joined by attorney, author, and actress Juanita Ingram. Juanita left everything she knew behind when her husband got a job overseas. In this episode, they discuss Juanita’s experience as a Black woman in the legal profession, not trailing but, traveling spouse syndrome, and family life in London and Taiwan. If you want to hear more from Juanita and her show The Expats International Ingrams, check out episode 52 of (A)broad in Education! RESOURCES: Watch The Expats International Ingrams on Amazon Prime! Juanita’s Website SOCIAL MEDIA HAN ..read more
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Relationships Abroad: Carolyn van Es Vines on Black and (A)broad
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by Tiffany Lachelle Smith and Carolyn van es Vines
8M ago
Welcome to the first episode of Relationships (A)Broad. It's a series where I take you through individual stories from Black women who transnationalized their relationships while transforming their understanding of what it means to love and be loved. This week I'm joined by Carolyn van es Vines, author of the book Black and (A)broad: Traveling Beyond the Limitations of Identity. In this episode, Carolyn and I discuss her book and the complexity of her decision to migrate to the Netherlands with her Dutch boyfriend, now husband, Vince.  At the crux of this episode, Carolyn expresses the n ..read more
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Welcome to Season 4!
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by Tiffany Lachelle Smith
8M ago
Hey, Everybody! Welcome back to (A)Broad in Education! I've been on a long hiatus while completing my dissertation, but I'm finally back with another amazing season! In Season 4, I'm focusing on relationships abroad! It's a topic that seems to pique the interest of so many who aspire to know what it's really like living abroad. I bring forward the voices of eight Black American women who share their stories about internationalizing their marriages, ridding themselves of excess relational baggage, and even the baecation that turned into a staycation! This is definitely a season you don't want ..read more
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Bonus Episode: (Dis)Covering Routes: An Inside Look into the Exodus of Some US Black Teachers
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by Tiffany Lachelle Smith
8M ago
How did there come to be so few African American educators in the US PK-12 system? In 1950, half of all Black professionals in the United States (US) were teachers, compared to less than a quarter of white professionals (Cole, 1986). Yet, according to the National Center of Educational Statistics, of the 3.8 million teachers in the US teaching profession during the 2017/18 school year, African American teachers only represented 250,000. African American teachers are entering the education system, but factors contributing to why we leave are at the center of many educational scholars' research ..read more
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