Dr. Dalia Antonia Caraballo Muller: The Impossible Project

Listen to the conversation today as Ramona talks to Dr. Dalia Antonia Caraballo Muller, who is on a mission to create a future where there is no oppression. As a scholar and professor, Dr. Muller teaches her students how to think at the limits of the possible. As founder of the Impossible Project, a learning practice for social and planetary good, Dr. Muller helps teachers and learners inside and outside of the academy to engage in doing the justice work so urgently needed in our world. Educators and students learn what it means and what it requires to face impossible challenges and move forward toward finding necessary solutions. Dr. Muller is an Associate Professor of History at the University at Buffalo. She explores the importance of transformative education in the service of social and planetary justice. Originally from New York City, Dr. Muller now resides in Buffalo, New York.

To learn more about Dr. Dalia Antonia Caraballo Muller and the Impossible Project, visit https://www.daliamuller.com.

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