For this episode, Derek Bruff talked with Bahiyyah Muhammad, assistant professor of sociology and anthropology at Howard University. She teaches courses as part of the national Inside-Out Prison Exchange Program, courses in which half of her students are Howard students, and the other half are incarcerated individuals. Most Inside-Out courses take place at prisons, but for logistical reasons that was challenging for Bahiyyah. She turned to a set of technologies to facilitate distance learning, and to turn the course into a learning community.
• Bahiyyah Muhammad’s faculty page
• @DrBMuhammad1 on Twitter
• @drmuhammad_experience on Instagram
• “Does the Apple Fall Far from Prison?,” Bahiyyah Muhammad at TEDxHowardU
• The Inside-Out Prison Exchange Program