As a Postdoctoral Fellow with the University of Illinois-Chicago’s Honors College Dr. Lindsay teaches freshman core classes and the Honors Freshman Seminar. These classes include: Hon 127: Race, Racism, and Education; Hon 123: Zero Tolerance: Youth, Education and Urban Policy; Hon 127: The Art of Human Expression in the United States and Brazil; Hon 201: A Selective History of Martial Art Traditions. He is also responsible for teaching Hon 101: Making the Transition to College.
Dr. Lindsay speaks on a variety of topics that provide insight to racial inequalities in education, youth culture and the history of the African Brazilian martial art capoeira. Lindsay’s dissertation made use of qualitative interviews, with a foundation in critical race theory, to illustrate how the resistance behaviors of Black males can be cultivated to provide school transformation.
Black Power Salute
Lindsay's graduation from the University of Illinois-Chicago's Policy Studies in Urban Education PhD program
University of Illinois-Chicago
A lecture that provides students with advice to navigate college and an understanding of how race influences educational opportunities.
Chicago Signature Honors Program
Introduction to Capoeira with adults and children
Capoeira- Learning Martelo
A capoeira class with United Capoeira Association- Chicago and Village Leadership Academy.
Children's Capoeira Class
Village Leadership Academy's summer camp
Hip-Hop and Education Lecture