On this week's episode of Currently Reading, Meredith and Kaytee are discussing: Bookish Moments: DNF progress and a new way of enjoying a book Current Reads: five books we're excited to talk about and one that might cause some clutched pearls Deep Dive: the books we know are terrible but are our secret pleasures The Fountain: we visit our perfect fountain to make wishes over our reading lives As per usual, time-stamped show notes are below with references to every book and resource we mentioned in this episode. If you'd like to listen first and not spoil the surprise, don't scroll down! New: we are now including transcripts of the episode (this link only works on the main site). These are generated by AI, so they may not be perfectly accurate, but we want to increase accessibility for our fans! *Please note that all book titles linked below are Bookshop affiliate links. Your cost is the same, but a small portion of your purchase will come back to us to help offset the costs of the show. If you'd prefer to shop on Amazon, you can still do so here through our main storefront. Anything you buy there (even your laundry detergent, if you recently got obsessed with switching up your laundry game) kicks a small amount back to us. Thanks for your support!* . . . . 1:43 - Bookish Moment of the Week 6:59 - The Times Comprehensive Atlas of the World (Amazon Link) 9:45 - Current Reads 10:01 - Perfect on Paper by Sophie Gonzales (Kaytee) 14:25 - The Lamplighters by Emma Stonex (Meredith) 16:04 - Blackwell's 18:00 - Descent by Tim Johnston 18:01 - The Current by Tim Johnston 18:18 - The Lighthouse Witches by C. J. Cooke 18:19 - The Novel Neighbor 19:17 - When Thoughts and Prayers Aren't Enough by Taylor S. Schumann (Katyee) 23:35 - Masterminds and Wingmen by Rosalind Wiseman (Meredith) 24:02 - Queen Bees and Wannabes by Rosalind Wiseman 25:51 - NurtureShock by Po Bronson 28:15 - The Black Friend by Frederick Joseph (Kaytee) 30:24 - How to Be an Anti-Racist by Ibram X. Kendi 31:44 - CONTENT WARNING FROM HERE TO THE FOUNTAIN. LITTLE EARS AND MINDY ARE NOT RECOMMENDED. 32:36 - The Dragon's Bride by Katee Robert (Meredith) 38:34 - Deep Dive: Books We Want to Hide While Reading 39:27 - The Kiss Quotient by Helen Hoang 41:03 - Blackout by Candace Owens 45:12 - The Dragon's Bride by Katee Robert 45:27 - Twilight by Stephanie Meyer 45:30 - 50 Shades of Grey by E.L. James 50:37 - Meet Us At The Fountain I wish that everyone had access to a great library card collection. (Kaytee) 51:04 - Libby 51:29 - Libro.fm I wish everyone could experience fall reading to its fullest extent. (Meredith) 53:15 - Plain Bad Heroines by Emily Danforth 53:23 - Shadow of the Wind by Carlos Ruiz Zafron 53:30 - All Things Cease to Appear by Elizabeth Brundage 53:41 - The Lamplighters by Emma Stonex 53:48 - The Name of the Wind by Patrick Rothfuss Connect With Us: Meredith is @meredith.reads on Instagram Kaytee is @notesonbookmarks on Instagram Mindy is @gratefulforgrace on Instagram Mary is @maryreadsandsips on Instagram Roxanna is @roxannatheplanner on Instagram currentlyreadingpodcast.com @currentlyreadingpodcast on Instagram firstname.lastname@example.org Support us at patreon.com/currentlyreadingpodcast and www.zazzle.com/store/currentlyreading
Join Shannon & Christine as they chat about Occupational Wellness Diane Brazil author of Shadow Valley. Join us in community: Women Connected in Wisdom Community Listen to past episodes: https://womenconnectedinwisdompodcast.com/ Our Sponsor - Shealo Glo - Now offering Subscriptions * Delivered on the 1st & 15th! Stillpoint: A Self-Care Playbook for Caregivers Join Christine at an event! Book a free coaching consult with Christine here: https://www.christinegautreaux.com Like & Subscribe to get notifications of when we are live: Women Connected in Wisdom Instagram Women Connected in Wisdom on Facebook Pay Scale Connect with: Diane on LinkedIN Buy her book here - Shadow Valley Shadowvalleybook.com National Sexual Assault Hotline: Confidential 24/7 Support Crisis Support Service Sexual Assault and Harassment The Female Brain by Louann Brizendine Watch The Social Dilemma | Netflix Official Site Stillpoint: A Self-Care Playbook for Caregivers Meta Provided Prosecutors with Private Messages About Abortion in a Case Against a 17-Year-Old | Observer Speeches By Malcom X - The Ultimate Collection
Social media feels like a double-edged sword: It can be a great way to keep in touch with family and friends and learn new things, but it can also be a place where debates run heated, long and seem unproductive. So how do you navigate knowing when and how to speak up when you see people post things that are racist, discriminatory and untruthful? We're answering that in this week's episode, which is the second in our Summer School series! Summer School is a brand-new series where I'm sharing quick tips and tidbits for you to be thinking about this summer when it comes to anti-racism. Some of the tips will be for grown-ups and some will be for kids, but all of them will leave you with more information in your anti-racism toolbelt. In this episode, you'll learn more about: Why we should default to speaking up. How you can determine whether saying something will be productive. How to overcome your fear of speaking up imperfectly. This episode is an excerpt from one of our Patreon Q-and-A sessions. Members of our Patreon community come together once a month to learn together and ask me and my husband Carter their pressing questions about anti-racism, inclusion and what's going on in the world. To learn more about becoming a Patreon member, visit patreon.com/firstnamebasis. Bite-Sized Black History Bite-Sized Black History is a program that empowers you to teach the little ones you love about brilliant Black Americans who have been largely overlooked by our history books. We have two different seasons featuring 12 different people in each season, and each season comes with a workbook with illustrations to color and reflection questions to discuss. Fam Favorites Each week we round up our favorite resources to give you a deeper understanding of the featured episode topic. And Fam Favorites is the only place you can access our mini segment “Ask Jasmine” where I answer one of your pressing questions. Sign up to get Fam Favorites in your inbox! Articles, Studies, & Podcasts Referenced in the Episode First Name Basis Patreon community Song Credit: “Tomorrow is Far Away” by The Undertowns
In this week's podcast, we're honored to learn from Dr. Ali Michael and Dr. Eleonora Bartoli about their helpful new book entitled “Our Problem, Our Path: Collective AntiRacism for White People (https://us.corwin.com/en-us/nam/our-problem-our-path/book278155).” It's a powerful resource to help us learn ways to talk about racism and build skills to be actively anti-racist. Dr. Michael and Dr. Bartoli argue that inner and outer antiracist work are deeply interconnected. Their book provides readers with strategies to build racial competence and ways for us to make a more just, equitable and loving multiracial society. In this episode, they share: • Why it's difficult for us (white people) to talk about race • Why we may feel it's unsafe to discuss or challenge racism • Emotional (and fear) response to racism around us • Why we silence ourselves (or avoid conversations about race) • The struggle to become anti-racist daily • Ways race talks impacts our mental health • Addressing the stereotype threat • Why racism is a white person problem • Grieving with (and displaying empathy) for BIPOC communities • The paradox of virtue signaling • Race-related stress • The anti-critical race theory movement • How to stand up against racism (and avoid being a silent bystander) • Advice on how to raise anti-racist children You can watch the full conversation here: https://youtu.be/r2GPJoccnW4 Authors featured: Ali Michael, Ph.D. is Director of the Race Institute for K-12 Educators and works with schools and organizations across the country to help make research on race, Whiteness, and education more accessible and relevant to educators. Ali is the author of Raising Race Questions: Whiteness, Inquiry and Education, winner of the 2017 Society of Professors of Education Outstanding Book Award. As a member of a multiracial editorial team, she has co-edited The Guide for White Women who Teach Black Boys, Teaching Beautiful and Brilliant Black Girls, and Everyday White People Confront Racial and Social Injustice: 15 Stories. With her colleague Toni Graves Williamson, Ali adapted Robin DiAngelo's White Fragility for a Young Adult audience. Ali sits on the editorial board of the journal Whiteness and Education. https://www.alimichael.org/ Eleonora Bartoli, Ph.D is a consultant and licensed psychologist, specializing in trauma, resilience-building, and multicultural/social justice counseling. She earned her Ph.D. in Psychology: Human Development/Mental Health Research from the University of Chicago in 2001. After receiving her clinical license in 2005, she opened a small independent practice, which she has held since. After 15 years in academia (12 of those years as the director of a Masters in counseling program), she became a full-time consultant. Her mission is to share the tools of counseling and psychology in support of social justice work. https://dreleonorabartoli.com/whoiam
The last US soldier to leave Afghanistan returned home this August, but private security personnel long outnumbered US troops in that war, and the for-profit business of training guns-for-hire is booming -- literally -- in the backyards of many rural Americans. In this special episode, The Laura Flanders Show travels to the tiny town of Hoffman in Richmond County, NC, where residents live next to a loud private training ground.They have real concerns about who is receiving training there and why, especially after the January 6th Insurrection at the Capitol. Laura interviews Hoffman's Mayors and one of the County Commissioners who approved the permit for Oak Grove Technologies' tactical training site. They regret that approval now. And we travel to nearby Hoke County, where a diverse coalition of local stakeholders — and an all-POC County Commission — were able to stop the expansion of Reservoir International, another training outfit seeking to expand its footprint near the county seat of Raeford. “The latter is an example of the power of community organizing,” says Serena Sebring of Blueprint NC. Blueprint is partnering with a statewide network of veteran ant-racist, anti-militia organizers to pool information and lift up local strategies for making communities safer. “I don't think it's worthwhile for the county period. And it's really not good for the town of Hoffman. [We need to tell these private paramilitary training groups that]. We don't need you anymore… Go back to the military, go back to camp McCall, go back to Fort Bragg... Don't let the civilians takeover military. We don't need it. “ Don Bryant GuestsDonald Bryant, Richmond County CommissionerTommy Hart, Mayor Hoffman, NCDaniel Kelly, Mayor Pro Tempore, Hoffman, NCDanielle Purifoy, Assistant Professor, Dept of Geography, UNC Chapel HillHarry Southerland, Chairman, Hoke County Board of CommissionersChristina Davis McCoy, Former Executive Director, North Carolinians Against Racist and Religious ViolenceJim Davis, Former Sheriff, Hoke County, NCSerena Sebring, Executive Director, BluePrint NC NOTE: This podcast originally aired Fall of 2021. Listen to our most recent episode as a follow up: 'The Forgotten Coup, January 6th & the Small Town Americans on the Frontlines of Democracy'
Listen to our first “producers' pick” program with highlights of recent interviews. Today, we feature neighborhood elder Cliff Bell, Professor Ibram X. Kendi, the author of "How to be an Anti-Racist". Sonya Tareke from E for All Buffalo, and former Buffalo Bill Marlon Kerner of Entrepreneurs Forever chat about business mentorship. And we get a short recap of this past week's public hearings about the city of Buffalo's re-districting plan, and hear again from Buffalo-based playwright Gary Earl Ross.
Join Shannon & Christine as they chat about Spiritual Wellness with special guest "Digit Dvah" LaVerne Baker Hotep. Join us in community: Women Connected in Wisdom Community Listen to past episodes: https://womenconnectedinwisdompodcast.com/ Our Sponsor - Shealo Glo - Now offering Subscriptions * Delivered on the 1st & 15th! Stillpoint: A Self-Care Playbook for Caregivers Join Christine at an event! Book a free coaching consult with Christine here: https://www.christinegautreaux.com Like & Subscribe to get notifications of when we are live: Women Connected in Wisdom Instagram Women Connected in Wisdom on Facebook Alternate Roots Organization Alternate Roots Week InterPlay Connect with LaVerne at www.numbersenlighten.com Listen to her podcast at Black Girl Back Talk - Hosted by LaVerne Baker Hotep
Since the summer of Black Lives Matter in 2020, institutions all over the U.S. have been exploring their pasts. In order to understand how they may have contributed to or helped perpetuate systemic racism. Universities, private businesses, and non-profits have all been working to try to understand what it means to be Anti-Racist. The American Statistical Association launched an Anti-Racism Task Force to explore this very thing, and that's the focus of this episode of Stats+Stories with guests Dr. Adrian Coles and Dr. David Marker. Dr. Coles is an Associate Director of Biostatistics at Bristol Myers Squibb. He is a collaborative researcher who specializes in the design and implementation of clinical trials and the interpretation of clinical trial data to facilitate the assessment of benefit/risk for promising pharmaceutical innovations. He is also a subject matter expert in diversity, equity, and inclusion and chairs the American Statistical Association's Committee on Minorities in Statistics as well as the organization's Antiracism Taskforce. Dr. Marker is a senior statistician who recently retired after 37+ years at Westat. He is continuing to consult on topics of personal interest. He has worked on studies in the fields of public health, environmental pollution, homelessness, voting rights, and many others. He recently served as co-chair of the American Statistical Association's Anti-Racism Task Force. Dr. Marker is an internationally recognized consultant in total quality management, having advised the Swedish, Norwegian, Finnish, South African, Dutch, and Danish Governments on improving the quality of their data collection activities. He has also appeared as an expert witness before Federal, state, and local governments and on voting rights and language-minority rights before Federal, State, and Provincial courts. Dr. Marker is a Fellow of the ASA and American Academy for the Advancement of Science (AAAS), and an Elected member of the International Statistical Institute. He will receive a Founders Award from the ASA at this summer's Joint Statistical Meetings.
W. Kamau Bell is the host and executive producer of the Emmy Award–winning CNN docuseries United Shades of America with W. Kamau Bell, and also directed and executive produced the recent four-part Showtime documentary We Need To Talk About Cosby. He has appeared as a guest and comedian on many television shows, has two comedy specials, hosts the radio show Kamau Right Now, co-hosts two podcasts, and hosted the FXX series Totally Biased with W. Kamau Bell. The author of the memoir The Awkward Thoughts of W. Kamau Bell, he has contributed writing to The New York Times, Vanity Fair, The Hollywood Reporter, and The LA Review of Books, among other places. Kate Schatz is the author of The New York Times bestselling Rad Women book series. Her other books include the work of fiction Rid of Me, articles and essays in an array of publications, and ''Folsom, Survivor,'' which was anthologized in The Best American Short Stories 2011. A political organizer and frequent public speaker, she is the co-founder of Solidarity Sundays, a nationwide network of more than 200 feminist activist groups. Schatz is the former chair of the School of Literary Arts at the Oakland School for the Arts, and she taught women's studies, literature, and creative writing at University of California, Santa Cruz; San Jose State; Rhode Island College; and Brown University. Filled with activities, ideas, games, illustrations, resources, comics, and prompts for conversations, Do the Work! challenges readers and the people in their lives to better understand systemic racism in order to dismantle it. (recorded 8/3/2022)
Hint: it's way more than you think.In today's episode, we let ourselves spin off into the web of race & labor and bring together pieces of history a little bit more clearly — taking us on a journey from today all the way back to the Virginia Slave Codes and then we even manage to bounce back to Joe Manchin before we wrap things up. Just call me the Miss Frizzle of Appalachian History because we're time travelling in this one.Sources for today's episode:- Blizzard, W. C. (2010). When miners march. PM Press.- Flavelle, C., & Tate, J. (2022, March 27). How Joe Manchin Aided Coal, and Earned Millions. The New York Times.- Films Media Group. (2016). The mine wars. Films On Demand. Retrieved July 25, 2022, from https://fod.infobase.com/PortalPlaylists.aspx?wID=103805xtid=151152.Shoutout Tail Light Rebellion for upgrading our sound quality, check out their music here:https://open.spotify.com/artist/6uMlTTOG0kfTlbfII0d6GQ?si=KKmNJ7HlS_6EFLARcbQ1fgSupport and follow the pod:linktr.ee/rednecksrising
System integrators are in a unique position to impact billions of peoples' lives, which makes it imperative that the industry take DE&I seriously exlains Cassy Garner in this episode of Talking Industrial Automation. She also believes its just plain good for business -- which is backed d up with data -- and solving other challenges like recruitment and retention. Cassy also provides other persepctives about life at Banks Integration -- the West Coast branch of E Tech Group doing work in life sciences, pharmaceuticals and emerging technologies such as cellular agriculture and cultivated meat. ------------------------------------------------------- Show Notes: If you are interested in learning more about DE&I or volunteering for Y'allomation Office Hours checkout these resources: Contact Cassy https://www.linkedin.com/in/cassy-gardner/ Checkout https://www.yallomation.org/ Follow folks on LinkedIn: https://www.cultureamp.com/blog/diversity-and-inclusion-workplace-influencers Melinda Epler founder & CEO of Change Catalyst https://www.linkedin.com/in/melindaepler/ Lily Zheng DE&I strategist, https://www.linkedin.com/in/lilyzheng308/ Subscribe to Feminuity's email newsletter https://www.feminuity.org/ Read: How to be an Antiracist by Ibram Kendi Citations: Crash test bias – Consumer Reports Article McKinsey: Diversity Wins: How Inclusion Matters
Eman Mubarak joins Ethics Talk to discuss her article, coauthored with Victoria Turner, Dr Andrew Shuman, Dr Janice Firn, and Dr Daysha Price: “Promoting Antiracist Mental Health Crisis Responses” Recorded June 2, 2022 Read the full article here.
“Do The Work! An Antiracist Activity Book” features comedy, crosswords, cutouts, and even a white supremacy word search. It's written by CNN host W. Kamau Bell and activist Kate Schatz. On Wednesday, Sen. Joe Manchin confirmed support for a spending package to tackle President Biden's climate priorities. It would give tax credits to people who create clean energy projects. In some low-income African countries, 5% or less of the population is fully vaccinated, according to local government data. Why the slow progress against COVID? Critics review new film releases: “Resurrection,” “A Love Song,” “From Where They Stood,” “The Discreet Charm of the Bourgeoisie,” and “DC League of Super Pets.”
Join Shannon & Christine as they chat about Emotional and Mental Wellness with special guest Ilene Dillon. Things we talked about today Emotions are energy Growth is all about change Changing Anger into Enthusiasm Partnering with our emotions Emotions start in the body 4 signs of Healing Join us in community: Women Connected in Wisdom Community Listen to past episodes: https://womenconnectedinwisdompodcast.com/ Our Sponsor - Shealo Glo - Now offering Subscriptions * Delivered on the 1st & 15th! Stillpoint: A Self-Care Playbook for Caregivers Join Christine at an event! Book a free coaching consult with Christine here: https://www.christinegautreaux.com Like & Subscribe to get notifications of when we are live: Women Connected in Wisdom Instagram Women Connected in Wisdom on Facebook Chris Tucker Karen Drucker Emotions in Motion by Ilene Dillon Reimagine the Legacy: Honoring Congressman John Lewis (atlantadowntown.com) You can connect with Illene: Email - Ilene@emotionalpro.com https://www.emotionalmasteryforlife.com https://www.facebook.com/EmotionalMasteryExpert/ https://twitter.com/EmotionExpert https://www.linkedin.com/in/ilenedillon/ https://www.instagram.com/ilenedillon/
Welcome back to Enneagram IRL, the weekly podcast where we go beyond Enneagram theory and dive into practical understanding, new clarity, and fresh insight. We're talking about how each type is in REAL LIFE so you can remember – you're more than just a number. On this week's episode of Enneagram IRL, we meet with Jessica Denise Dickson, a life empowerment coach who believes that when Black women heal, the world heals. She believes that the path to personal and collective healing comes through embodying our Enneagram and liberation work. Jessica supports clients, through groups and one-on-one work, with the reclamation of our full humanity - healing work that leads us to equity, justice, and freedom. We discuss that when we do this work, we live more authentically with self-trust, self-safety, and fully-embodied freedom, and this echoes into our communities and changes the world. We explore Jessica's beautiful and powerful experience as an Enneagram Eight whose love for life, people, and justice is so evident and quite contagious! Follow Jessica on Instagram:@jessicaddickson & @jessicaddicksoncoaching Looking for our key takeaways? Jump to them here:Discovering the Enneagram and core type: Am I a Two or Eight? [13:37]“Is this my trauma or is this my type?”: Acknowledging outside factors [22:19]Gaining perspective and asking the right questions as a leader [35:43]How to recognize the passion of lust & cherish the virtue of innocence [49:54]About Jessica's services & how you can connect [01:01:41]*Quick note: Jessica explains how a black male type four may differ from stereotypical descriptions of this Enneagram type. She uses an example based on one specific individual and is not intended to reflect the black community as a whole. [43:08]Resources mentioned in this episode:Definition of Social Identifiers [03:42]Difference Matters by Brenda J. Allen [3:57]Where We Stand Class Matters by Bell Hooks [04:06]Definition of Whiteness [04:18]Jessica's Orientation Course [07:18]Other helpful Resources:Life on Vulnerability Community with Jessica D. DicksonHistory of Whiteness: Through the Looking Glass Tedx TalkThe Origin of Race in the USAThis Week's Guest Picks:Healing Developmental Trauma by Heller & LaPierre [01:06:43] The Invitation by Oriah Mountain Dreamer [01:08:02]Women Who Run with the Wolves by Clarissa Estés [01:08:58] Enneagram Resources for YOU!Learn more about subtypes! Download my free subtypes guide here.Communication Clarity: The Enneagram Lover's Guide to Relating with EaseIt's going to be Saturday, August 13th 8am-1pm PST or 11am-4pm US Eastern time.This fun, relaxing, reflective retreat will equip you in incredibly practical ways with your nerdiest Enneagram friends.You can learn more and save your seat at enneagramirl.com/communication but don't wait! This one time event is coming soon, and you don't wanna miss it.
I know we all want a better world for our children, that's a big part of why you're on this respectful parenting journey with me, right? At some level, most of us believe that by raising our children with dignity, respect, and emotional intelligence, we will send out emotionally healthy, whole children who know how to stand up for themselves, what healthy relationships look like, and how to advocate for a more just world. This is truly powerful and world-changing work, and a significant part of creating this truer, more beautiful world, is helping our children learn to see inequity, get curious about bias and prejudice and engage with the process of dismantling the -isms that hold us all back. But the "how" of actually doing that work, can be so daunting. So I invite you to join me for a super practical conversation on this topic with Britt Hawthorne. She is a Black bi-racial momma, teacher, author, and anti-bias and antiracist facilitator. Britt partners with caregivers, educators, and families to raise the next generation of antiracist children. Together with her beloved partner, they are raising their children to become empathic, critical thinkers, embracing justice and activism. Be sure to follow Britt on her Instagram @britthawthorne (her page is one of my favorites- so much gold!) and visit her website britthawthorne.com. And if you want to learn more, check out her beautiful book Raising Anti-Racist Children.Find more show notes here: www.laurafroyen.com/podcast
Episode 11 of Season 3 explores the reversal of Roe v. Wade and preparing for the recession.Replay of July 7th - Live Class on DEI Consulting CLICK HERE TO PURCHASE REPLAYHere is How Sesame Place Can Deal with Racist Practices ARTICLEWhen Black Women go from Pet to Threat ARTICLEDoes Academia Want Black Professors? ARTICLEYouTube Playlist on DEI Consulting CLICK HERE10-PART White Supremacy Course CLICK HEREJANICE is a LinkedIn Top Voice in Racial Equity for 2022 READ HEREOrder my Audiobook for The Pink Elephant HEREOrder The Pink Elephant and Dirty Diversity on DRJANICEGASSAM.COMThese books are now available on Target.com! CLICK HERE TO GRAB YOUR COPYJoin my EMAIL LIST HEREThe Okra Project - a collective that seeks to address the global crisis faced by Black Trans people by bringing home cooked, healthy, and culturally specific meals and resources to Black Trans People Resources Mentioned:Check out Janice's weekly newsletter on LinkedIn The Pink ElephantFollow Janice on Instagram @JaniceJNice Watch Janice's Youtube ChannelSend an email about the podcast at: email@example.comDirty Diversity InstagramConnect with Janice on LinkedIn!Check out Janice's TEDx Talk: Make Emotional Intelligence Great AgainWant to learn more about Janice? Visit her website
One of the things I've come to believe during the now 10-year journey of Good Life Project is that there truly is no individual good life, without there also being a more collective and inclusive path for a societal good life. We are all interconnected. And a key part of this more expansive aspiration is about planting seeds, starting with younger generations. So, how do you raise kids to create a more equitable and inclusive society? One where we're not afraid to acknowledge and discuss beautiful experiences, while also addressing hard truths in a way that steeps us in reality, invites everyone into the conversation, and compels us to do the work needed to create more possibility, equality and opportunity for all, regardless of race, socio-economic status, religion, age, ability and beyond?That's where we're headed with today's guest, Dr. Ibram X. Kendi. He's the Andrew W. Mellon Professor in the Humanities at Boston University, founding director of the BU Center for Antiracist Research, a contributing writer at The Atlantic, CBS News racial justice contributor, and the host of the Be Antiracist podcast. Dr. Kendi is also the author of many highly acclaimed books including Stamped from the Beginning: The Definitive History of Racist Ideas in America, which won the National Book Award for Nonfiction, making him the youngest-ever winner of that award. He has also produced five straight #1 New York Times bestsellers, including How to Be an Antiracist, Antiracist Baby, and Stamped: Racism, Antiracism, and You, co-authored by Jason Reynolds. In 2020, Time magazine named Dr. Kendi one of the 100 most influential people in the world. He was awarded a 2021 MacArthur Genius Grant. And his new book, How to Raise An Antiracist, take us into the core ideas around bringing kids up - as caretakers, parents, educators and community members - in a way that opens their minds, hearts and eyes to both our history and to the work still to be done to decrease inequality and increase equality.You can find Ibram at: Website | Instagram | Be Antiracist PodcastIf you LOVED this episode you'll also love the conversations we had with Austin Channing Brown inviting all to play a part in creating a more equal and inclusive society.Check out our offerings & partners: My New Book Sparked | My New Podcast SPARKEDVisit Our Sponsor Page For a Complete List of Vanity URLs & Discount Codes.AquaTru: $100 off + free shipping. Code GOODLIFEAir Doctor: 35% discount. Code GOODLIFE See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Born from the racial and civil rights reckoning that transpired in the aftermath of the murders of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, and countless other Black and brown people comes DO THE WORK! An Antiracist Activity Book. Written by Emmy Award–winning sociopolitical comedian W. Kamau Bell and New York Times bestselling author Kate Schatz, DO THE WORK! uses an innovative workbook format to give adults a hands-on understanding of systemic racism—and how we can dismantle it. One part exploration of systemic racism and one part Brain Quest–inspired educational activity book (but for grown-ups), DO THE WORK! offers guidance through thought-provoking activities rooted in history and contemporary social justice concepts. By design, workbooks are meant to reinforce critical thinking, and DO THE WORK! accomplishes just that with creative, practical, actionable ideas and advice on how to put those ideas into action. Providing a completely unique, immersive lens and equipping readers with tools to analyze and combat systemic racism, it also offers an unbiased look at history—a distinct part of engaging in antiracist work.
Join Shannon & Christine as they chat about Social Wellness with special guest Courtney "Coach Coe" Dorsey. Join us in community: Women Connected in Wisdom Community Listen to past episodes: https://womenconnectedinwisdompodcast.com/ Our Sponsor - Shealo Glo - Now offering Subscriptions * Delivered on the 1st & 15th! Stillpoint: A Self-Care Playbook for Caregivers Join Christine at an event! Book a free coaching consult with Christine here: https://www.christinegautreaux.com Like & Subscribe to get notifications of when we are live: Women Connected in Wisdom Instagram Women Connected in Wisdom on Facebook Our guest this week - Courtney Dorsey is a life coach, blogger, and host of the online talk show Talk Sessions w/ Coe and upcoming author in the book Women Connected in Wisdom with her chapter Miami Beaches & Georgia Peaches You can connect with her at: lifecoachcoe.com IG business: lifecoachcoe IG personal: ceauxdeaux18 Facebook: Dorsey Courtney Resources we mentioned today: Atlas of the Heart - Brene Brown Five Love Languages - Gary Chapman Women Evolve - Sara Jakes Roberts The Four Agreements - don Miguel Ruiz
It's not enough to not be a racist...you need to be an anti-racist, says comedian and political commentator W. Kamau Bell, and he tells the Morning Show with Nikki Medoro all about how to get there with his new book, "Do the Work! An Antiracist Activity Book". Callers share their thoughts.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Afrika Afeni Mills is an Education Consultant and the author of Open Windows, Open Minds: Developing Antiracist, Pro-Human Students, available for pre-order through Corwin Press. She works with colleagues, teachers, coaches, and administrators to develop and sustain student-centered learning experiences that are diverse, inclusive, and equitable. Afrika has been featured on podcasts, blogs, delivered keynote addresses, and facilitated sessions at conferences across the United States. Afrika believes that all educators can be motivated, engaged, dynamic practitioners and leaders when provided with the support needed to create student-centered, anti-bias, anti-racist, culturally responsive learning environments that inspire wonder and creativity and nurture diversity, belonging, equity, and inclusion. Show Highlights Avoid surface diversity in various spaces in leadership structures and decision makers. How a Black Woman talk to White Educators and White students about bias and racism? Every leader needs braided rope and Marigolds. Navigate the imposter syndrome of doing this work with an essential book, Open Windows, Open Minds: Developing Antiracist, Pro-Human Students. The importance of educators doing their own racial identity work to help students grow their perspective of the world. Words of encouragement for educators who want to do this work but understand the political reality and challenge of championing this work? The critical difference between family/community involvement and family and community partnership. Invest in unpacking competing priorities for educators to engage in deep learning and conversation. “Let's be in this together, let's support one another because we have important work to do. We are well suited to the task. We just have to make sure that we stay the course.” -Afrika Afeni Mills Afrika Afeni Mills' Resources & Contact Info: AfrikaAfeniMills.com Twitter Instagram Facebook Afrika Afeni Mills - Equity Guardian Linkedin Personal Blog: Continental Drift Read my latest book! Learn why the ABCs of powerful professional development™ work – Grow your skills by integrating more Authenticity, Belonging, and Challenge into your life and leadership. Read Mastermind: Unlocking Talent Within Every School Leader today! Join the “Back to School Boot Camp” The one thing you need to start next year off with energy momentum is a solid 90-day plan. In the “Back to School Bootcamp” I will teach you how to create your 90-day plan in just 5-days. Join the challenge today! Apply to the Mastermind The mastermind is changing the landscape of professional development for school leaders. 100% of our members agree that the mastermind is the #1 way they grow their leadership skills. Apply to the mastermind today! SHOW SPONSORS: HARVARD GRADUATE SCHOOL OF EDUCATION Transform how you lead to become a resilient and empowered change agent with Harvard's online Certificate in School Management and Leadership. Grow your professional network with a global cohort of fellow school leaders as you collaborate in case studies bridging the fields of education and business. Apply today at http://hgse.me/leader. TEACHFX School leaders know that productive student talk drives student learning, but the average teacher talks 75% of class time! TeachFX is changing that with a “Fitbit for teachers” that automatically measures student engagement and gives teachers feedback about what they could do differently. Learn more about the TeachFX app and get a special 20% discount for your school or district by visiting teachfx.com/blbs. ORGANIZED BINDER Organized Binder is the missing piece in many classrooms. Many teachers are great with the main content of the lesson. Organized Binder helps with powerful introductions, savvy transitions, and memorable lesson closings. Your students will grow their executive functioning skills (and as a bonus), your teachers will become more organized too. Help your students and staff level up with Organized Binder. Copyright © 2022 Twelve Practices LLC
In this episode of Pino and Parenting, we are pleased to chat with Britt Hawthorne. Britt is a Black bi-racial momma, teacher, NYT bestselling author, and anti-bias and antiracist facilitator. Britt partners with caregivers, educators, and families to raise the next generation of antiracist children. In this episode, we discuss how we can be co-conspirators to actively work towards justice, the impact of white supremacy, and how colorblindness is harmful. This episode is full of practical tips for parents and educators in raising the next generation of antiracist children. To learn more about Britt Hawthorne you can visit her website at britthawthorne.com where you can sign up for her weekly newsletter full of practical tips. You can find her book at any local book store or at your nearest library.
“Carbon credit” is a trendy term you might have heard being used by businesses, government officials and the news media, but what exactly is it? We're answering that in this week's episode, which is the first in our Summer School series! Summer School is a brand-new series where I'm sharing quick tips and tidbits for you to be thinking about this summer when it comes to anti-racism. Some of the tips will be for grown-ups and some will be for kids, but all of them will leave you with more information in your anti-racism toolbelt. This episode will help you know more about environmental justice and how you can make a difference. It's a clip from our Policy Party we had a few months ago with Joye Braun of the Indigenous Environmental Network. Joye is the real deal as a community organizer and activist who is on the frontlines of the fight for environmental justice, and her insight is so valuable. To learn more about what a Policy Party is and to access a full replay of our conversation with Joye Braun, visit firstnamebasis.org/policyparty, and keep tuning in over the next month for more helpful Summer School tidbits. Bite-Sized Black History Bite-Sized Black History is a program that empowers you to teach the little ones you love about brilliant Black Americans who have been largely overlooked by our history books. We have two different seasons featuring 12 different people in each season, and each season comes with a workbook with illustrations to color and reflection questions to discuss. Fam Favorites Each week we round up our favorite resources to give you a deeper understanding of the featured episode topic. And Fam Favorites is the only place you can access our mini segment “Ask Jasmine” where I answer one of your pressing questions. Sign up to get Fam Favorites in your inbox! Articles, Studies, & Podcasts Referenced in the Episode First Name Basis Policy Party with Joye Braun, full replay available for purchase at firstnamebasis.org/policyparty
Joshua A. Halstead is a scholar working at the intersection of critical theory, design studies, and critical access studies. A recognized contributor to disability design discourse, his primary project is that of conjoining aesthetics and access to provoke questions about the conditions and possibilities of participation. Halstead has been an invited lecturer in academic and professional settings—from Stanford to Google—and is co-author of Extra Bold: A Feminist, Inclusive, Anti-Racist, Non-Binary Field Guide for Graphic Designers (Princeton Architectural Press, 2021). He is an Assistant Professor at ArtCenter College of Design and Adjunct faculty at California College of the Arts. https://drive.google.com/file/d/10WAbGjcW9_7LQSmuvrBXY8kX6Y7bZqEt/view?usp=sharing (Transcript (PDF)) https://share.descript.com/view/FDP7NQ985ds (Transcript (Interactive))
Activist, academic and author Ibram X. Kendi joins us for a discussion on his new book, How to Raise an Antiracist. It follows his Intelligence Squared talk that took place in 2019 outlining how to implement strategies for tackling racism throughout society as detailed in his National Book Award winning publication from that year, How to Be an Antiracist. The new book takes the conversation further, exploring the lessons that can be taught to younger generations as we try to build a future society that is free from prejudice. Joining Ibram in conversation once more is BBC News journalist and visiting journalism professor at Princeton, Razia Iqbal. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Father, bestselling author and historian, Ibram X. Kendi, discusses his new book 'How To Raise an Antiracist'. It shows why we need to tackle the work head-on, and not avoid seemingly difficult conversations with children because of our own discomforts.This book is as much about how to raise an antiracist society for our children as it is about how to raise an individual who embraces antiracism. Because nothing raises an antiracist child more effectively than an antiracist society.Dope Black Dads is a place where we are changing the narrative and having progressive conversations about black fathers with the aim of creating a safe digital space within the community. Join the conversation and the community online through our social channels: Twitter: @DopeBlackDadsInstagram: @DopeBlackDadsFacebook Page: @DopeBlackDads If you want to get in touch with us, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or follow our conversations in-depth on our Facebook Group by searching 'Dope Black Dads'. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Co-Founder, Heather, speaks with author, teacher, and advocate Britt Hawthorne about her new book Raising Anti-Racist Children: A Practical Parenting Guide and the step-by-step ways we all can check ourselves when it comes to speaking about racism. We're all learning so let's dive in together.Edited by Anan Hassein
Join Shannon & Christine as they talk about Physical Wellness with special guest Missy DuMars. Shealo Glo - www.shealoglo.com Now offering Subscriptions * Delivered on the 1st & 15th! Stillpoint: https://www.amazon.com/Stillpoint-Self-Care-Playbook-Caregivers-Breathe/dp/1732370400 Join us in community: https://women-connected-in-wisdom.mn.co/feed Listen to past episodes: https://womenconnectedinwisdompodcast.com/ Join Christine at an event: https://linktr.ee/christinegautreauxmsw Book a free coaching consult with Christine here: https://www.christinegautreaux.com Like & Subscribe to get notifications when we are live Instagram @womenconnectedinwisdompodcast - https://www.instagram.com/womenconnectedinwisdompodcast/ Facebook page Women Connected in Wisdom Podcast - https://www.facebook.com/womenconnectedinwisdompodcast Women In Food Podcast #9 | Heather Fukase: Innovation vs. Tradition + All Things Rice - Women in Food Picture this app Seek by Inaturalist Dawn Again Tracking Wisdom Wild Purple Shiso Butterfly Pea Tea Forest bathing: what it is and where to do it #14 | Natasha Tatton: Community Focused Business + Vegan Banana Bread - Women in Food Feminine Culinary Leadership + Watermelon Pico De Gallo - Women in Food ROOTS: SEEDS on Vimeo Journey to Wellness Pop Up with Carolyn Renee & Christine Gautreaux Connect with Missy here: crownhillfarm.com, spiritbizpeople.com, womeninfood.net IG: @crownhillfarmny Twitter: @missySDM https://www.facebook.com/mizmissysinger https://www.facebook.com/CrownHillFarm/ https://www.linkedin.com/in/missysingerdumars
In the special presentation of the In The Thick political podcast produced by Futuro Media, Maria Hinojosa and Julio Ricardo Varela are joined by Ibram X. Kendi, founding director of the Boston University Center for Antiracist Research, for a conversation about his new book “How to Raise an Antiracist.” They discuss the evolution of his antiracist scholarship, the rise in mass shootings and white supremacist attacks, and how Black and Brown communities can work together in solidarity. To subscribe to In The Thick, click here.
We want our children to embrace anti-racist education both at school and at home, but what does that actually look like? We're talking about anti-racism in the classroom for the second week in a row because it's such an important topic to be thinking about right NOW. It might be a little early to be in full-on “back-to-school mode,” but it's not too early to be contacting school administrators and teachers to let them know you're committed to helping create an anti-racist culture for your kiddos. In this episode I interview Alexandria Scott — founder and editor-in-chief of Ditto Kids Magazine, an anti-racist magazine for kiddos — about everyday anti-racism in the home and in the classroom. Alex is a dear friend of mine, and she's a mom and professional who knows her stuff when it comes to anti-racism. In this episode, we talk about: How to incorporate anti-racism into our everyday interactions with our kiddos. How parents and teachers can partner in teaching anti-racism. Concrete steps for talking to your children's teacher about creating an anti-racist and inclusive environment. Listen in on your favorite podcasting app, but also RUN over to Ditto Kids to get your hands on this important resource. Alex announced recently that she is taking a break from making magazines and is in the process of selling out her inventory. So hurry on over to get Ditto Kids into your home and classrooms. Bite-Sized Black History Bite-Sized Black History is a program that empowers you to teach the little ones you love about brilliant Black Americans who have been largely overlooked by our history books. We have two different seasons featuring 12 different people in each season, and each season comes with a workbook with illustrations to color and reflection questions to discuss. Fam Favorites Each week we round up our favorite resources to give you a deeper understanding of the featured episode topic. And Fam Favorites is the only place you can access our mini segment “Ask Jasmine” where I answer one of your pressing questions. Sign up to get Fam Favorites in your inbox! Articles, Studies, & Podcasts Referenced in the Episode Ditto Kids' website Ditto Kids on Instagram
“And so, too often, kids are raised to have empathy for people who look like them, or worship like them or act like them. And we're also taught to have empathy for people who deserve it. And I wanted to convey the importance of raising our kids to have empathy for people who don't look like them or don't live near them. And for us to not make our empathy almost like a tip in which it's transactional." Award-winning, bestselling author and MacArthur Genius Grant recipient Ibram X. Kendi returns with How to Raise an Antiracist, a book that parents, caregivers and teachers won't want to miss. Ibram joins us on the show to talk about his own family's experiences, as well as the intersection of ableism and racism, learning from our children, the importance of joy, and much more with Poured Over's host, Miwa Messer. And we end this episode with TBR Topoff book recommendations from Marc and Becky. Featured Books: How to Raise an Antiracist by Ibram X. Kendi Magnolia Flower by Zora Neale Hurston Stamped: Racism, Antiracism, and You: A Remix of the National Book Award-winning Stamped from the Beginning by Jason Reynolds, Ibram X. Kendi Poured Over is produced and hosted by Miwa Messer and mixed by Harry Liang. Follow us here for new episodes Tuesdays and Thursdays (with occasional Saturdays). A full transcript of this show is available here.
Join Shannon & Christine as they wrap up season 8 and talk about the eight dimensions of wellness. Join us in community: Women Connected in Wisdom Community Listen to past episodes: https://womenconnectedinwisdompodcast.com/ Our Sponsor - Shealo Glo - Now offering Subscriptions * Delivered on the 1st & 15th! Stillpoint: A Self-Care Playbook for Caregivers Join Christine at an event! Book a free coaching consult with Christine here: https://www.christinegautreaux.com Like & Subscribe to get notifications of when we are live: Women Connected in Wisdom Instagram Women Connected in Wisdom on Facebook Alice Walker - Hard Time Require Furious Dancing Article about Supreme Court EPA Decision Intensive Success Growth - Interview with Shannon Mitchell Eckhart Tolle - The Power of Now Sheri Riley - Exponential Living Lumbee Tribe of North Carolina Lumbee Pinecone Patchwork Quilt Listen to all of the episodes from Season 8 that we mentioned here: https://womenconnectedinwisdompodcast.com/
Classrooms should be places of growth, discovery and change, and as parents and caregivers we need to support teachers in fostering a positive environment for students. And Patrick Harris II is a teacher who knows first-hand how important that is. Patrick is one of my teaching idols, and he recently released a book about being a teacher titled “The First Five: A Love Letter to Teachers,” where he talks about what it looks like to try to make change from within and the importance of creating school communities where our kids feel safe, empowered, loved and encouraged to figure out who they are. Whether you're a teacher, parent or caregiver, this book is one you'll want to read. Patrick is a Black queer writer, storyteller, and middle school humanities teacher. He has won multiple national teaching awards for his leadership and innovation in the classroom. Teaching and creating is only part of who Patrick is. He is a big brother, a cat dad, lover of all things horror, a WWE fanatic and is obsessed with scenic hikes. In this episode, Patrick and I discuss: Why teaching is political. How we can reframe our focus away from what students want to do as a career and instead help them see who they want to be now. Tips for finding a school that fits your family's values. What parents and caregivers can do to support teachers who are trying to make change at school. Press play and I promise your appreciation for teachers and perspective on what a classroom should look like are going to change forever. Bite-Sized Black History Bite-Sized Black History is a program that empowers you to teach the little ones you love about brilliant Black Americans who have been largely overlooked by our history books. We have two different seasons featuring 12 different people in each season, and each season comes with a workbook with illustrations to color and reflection questions to discuss. Fam Favorites Each week we round up our favorite resources to give you a deeper understanding of the featured episode topic. And Fam Favorites is the only place you can access our mini segment “Ask Jasmine” where I answer one of your pressing questions. Sign up to get Fam Favorites in your inbox! Articles, Studies, & Podcasts Referenced in the Episode Patrick's book, “The First Five: A Love Letter to Teachers” Patrick's Instagram @presidentpat Patrick's Twitter @presidentpat Patrick's Facebook Patrick's website Patrick's podcast, The Common Sense Podcast @blackgirlthatreads on Instagram Song Credit: “Sleeper” by Steve Adams” and “Dive Down” by VYEN
Watching Sen. Ted Cruz criticize one of his books during the confirmation hearing for Justice Ketanji Brown Jackson did not deter author Ibram X. Kendi from pursuing his mission to encourage all Americans, especially children, to learn how to be antiracist. Check out Kendi's two latest books, “Goodnight Racism” and “How to Raise an Antiracist,” available everywhere now. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
With USC and UCLA joining the Big Ten, the Big 12 suddenly finds itself in solid position as the third most stable conference in college athletics. That means one thing and one thing only... it's time to get aggressive and expand. I've got two plans for you. Dennis Dodd of CBS Sports, who lives in KC, brings up the possibility of the SEC going after two more giant football schools like Clemson, Notre Dame, Florida State or Miami and booting Mizzou and Vanderbilt to make room for them. This is getting crazy. We had a pair of Amtrak derailments and thousand of flights cancelled this week, so what is our transportation secretary talking about? A billion dollar project for anti racist roads. Unreal. And the Atlanta Fed says the quarter GDP dropped, which could be considered the first actual indicator of recession. Also, Tim Allen blasts the woke new "Lightyear" movie and Kenny Chesney is headed to Arrowhead.
“There's nothing wrong with me because of the color of my skin.” Award-winning scholar and author Ibram X. Kendi wants us to imagine a world where all kids of color could be taught to internalize that antiracist idea and develop their sense of self through it. We'll talk to Kendi about how we as caregivers can help them do that and why we need to work to build an antiracist society that can protect all children. Kendi's new book is “How to Raise an Antiracist.”
How can white parents raise anti-racist children in this time of violence against people of color and protests. We talk with Dr. Ann Hazzard, a clinical child psychologist who was on the faculty at Emory University in Atlanta and co-author of Something Happened in Our Town: A Child's Story about Racial Injustice; and Dr. Joy Harris, a Full-time Lecturer at Princeton Theological Seminary and co-author of The ABCs of Diversity: Helping Kids (and Ourselves!) Embrace Our Differences.In this episode, we cover:Embrace Race.org. Founded by black and mixed race parents to provide resources for raising black children.One Talk at a Time https://www.caminoslab.org/onetalk Providing support for Latinx American, Asian American, African American, and Black youth and their families to have conversations about race and ethnicity. They have a separate section for Black, Asian, and Latinx parents.What is the difference between not being a racist and being anti-racist?What is wrong with saying and believing any of the following: "love will conquer all", “we are all one race-the human race", and “colorblind is best”.Tip 1. Talk about RaceRacism thrives in silence. Why are many white parents silent on raise in general and within our families?When do children start recognizes racial differences?When should white parents start talking to their kids about race?How to start the conversation? Fantastic resources:Diverse Book Finder https://diversebookfinder.org/books/The Brown Bookshelf highlights Black voices writing for young readers.The Conscious Kid https://www.theconsciouskid.org/ Tip 2: Acknowledging & Celebrating Racial DiversityWhy is it important to acknowledge and celebrate racial diversity?How to acknowledge and celebrate racial diversity?Tip 3: Recognize systemic/institutionalized racism and white privilegeWhat do we mean by systemic racism?What do we mean by white privilege?How early do kids start defaulting that things associated with being white are better than being black?How can parents address institutionalize racism with their children who will likely benefit from it?How do we help teach our kids to understand power inequity so they can name it, unpack it, and dismantle it when it happens in the real world.Tip 4: Talk about Violence Against People of Color and the Protests/ResistanceSomething Happened in Our Town: A Child's Story about Racial Injustice How much should we share with our children? At what age should we talk with them about these hard topics or is it better to shield them from such “grown up” problems?Talk about How People Make Change in a democracy.Not a one-time conversation. Appropriate conversation for age and developmental level. Should young children watch the news and videos. This podcast is produced by www.CreatingaFamily.org. We are a national non-profit with the mission to strengthen and inspire adoptive, foster & kinship parents and the professionals who support them. Creating a Family brings you the following trauma-informed, expert-based content:Weekly podcastsWeekly articles/blog postsResource pages on Support the show
You probably learned in school all about the story of Francis Scott Key watching the “rockets red glare” and “bombs bursting in air” as a prisoner on a British warship and turning the experience into “The Star Spangled Banner.” But, in reality, there is a lot more to this story than you learned about in history class — and a lot of what you did learn in school was false. In this replay of one of our Untold Stories episodes, we unpack the man behind “The Star Spangled Banner,” how it became our National Anthem, and whether it truly represents American values. It's the perfect episode to revisit ahead of the Fourth of July holiday. Juneteenth Jubilee Juneteenth was on June 19th, but there is still time to celebrate — in fact, the Fourth of July is a great time to talk about Juneteenth! We have an exciting program to help you celebrate! Juneteenth Jubilee is our brand-new program that gives you everything you need to have a meaningful Juneteenth celebration dinner. It includes a cookbook, a cooking show with my dad, a meal planner, reflection questions and more! Trust me, this is something your family is going to want — both for the yummy food and for the impactful conversations. Even if you didn't celebrate on the actual day of Juneteenth, it's not too late to take the time to celebrate and reflect. So click here to invest in this resource to create a meaningful celebration for your family! Don't forget to use the code CELEBRATE15 for 15% off your purchase Articles, Studies, & Podcasts Referenced in the Episode Annotated National Anthem “The Short History of the War of 1812 in Maryland” “Star Spangled Bigotry: The Hidden Racist History of the National Anthem” by Jason Johnson “What So Proudly We Hail,” Documentary from Morgan State University “Francis Scott Key Opposed ‘Land of the Free'” by Jefferson Morley, Zinn Education Project “Where's the Debate of Francis Scott Key's Slaveholding Legacy” by Christopher Wilson, Smithsonian Magazine “Star Spangled Banner Born From a Drinking Song 200 Years Ago,” NPR “The Fight for the Anthem” by Felicity Knox, Towson University Oscar Stanton De Priest “Mississippi Lawmakers Pass Resolution Paving Way to Remove Confederate Symbol from State Flag” by Brittany Shammas, The Washington Post Song Credit: “Sleeper” by Steve Adams” and “Dive Down” by VYEN
Avita Bansee (she/they) is here today to talk to us about what Anti Capitalist, Anti Racist Yoga looks like. Avita is a graduate of Yogaworks 200 hour RYTT and their life experiences and continuous study of yoga philosophy, anatomy, pranayama and biomechanics inform their teaching and self-practice.
We sit down with Jake Hanrahan to talk about his new documentary. Ukraine's Anti-Fascist Football Hooligans Fighting the Russian Invasion: https://youtu.be/nsodbPkjO3c See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
We're packing our boxes and leaving the dry Arizona heat for the suburbs of Washington, D.C.! This move has been in the works for two years now, and I can't believe it's finally happening! Carter and I have put a lot of thought into this move and where we want to raise our kiddos, and in this episode we're answering all of your questions about why we're moving. Press play to hear our story! Juneteenth Jubilee Juneteenth was on June 19th, but there is still time to celebrate, and we have an exciting program to help you celebrate! Juneteenth Jubilee is our brand-new program that gives you everything you need to have a meaningful Juneteenth celebration dinner. It includes a cookbook, a cooking show with my dad, a meal planner, reflection questions and more! Trust me, this is something your family is going to want — both for the yummy food and for the impactful conversations. Even if you didn't celebrate on the actual day of Juneteenth, it's not too late to take the time to celebrate and reflect. So click here to invest in this resource to create a meaningful celebration for your family! Don't forget to use the code CELEBRATE15 for 15% off your purchase Song Credit: “Sleeper” by Steve Adams” and “Dive Down” by VYEN
Activist, historian and academic Ibram X. Kendi's book, How To Be and Antiracist, won the National Book Award for nonfiction as well as topping bestseller lists in 2020, a year in which the murder by police of George Floyd made the impact of Kendi's words inescapable. He came to Intelligence Squared a few months prior in August 2019 for a wide-ranging discussion on the themes of the book with BBC News journalist and visiting journalism professor at Princeton, Razia Iqbal. The two speakers will be meeting again in the coming weeks for a follow-up conversation discussing what can be done to educate future generations, which is the subject of Ibram's new book: How To Raise An Antiracist. Head to www.intelligencesquared.com for tickets to the event at London's Conway Hall on Monday 4th of July. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Maria and Julio are joined by Ibram X. Kendi, founding director of the Boston University Center for Antiracist Research, for a conversation about his new book “How to Raise an Antiracist.” They discuss the evolution of his antiracist scholarship, the rise in mass shootings and white supremacist attacks, and how Black and brown communities can work together in solidarity. This episode was mixed by Rosana Cabán. ITT Staff Picks: Jaden Edison writes about how descendants of formerly enslaved people are using the Juneteenth holiday to educate younger generations, in this article for the Texas Tribune. “As Americans celebrate Juneteenth this year, it is difficult not to wonder how much more free — truly free — Black Americans are today than they were on Juneteenth 1922, or even Juneteenth 1865,” writes Sean Collins in this article for Vox. Nicole Carr investigates how a Black public school educator was targeted by white parents in Georgia in this collaboration from ProPublica and Frontline. Photo credit: Stephen Voss
In honor of Juneteenth yesterday, we present a conversation about teaching children the history of race in America, and raising them to be anti-racist. On Today's Show:Ibram X. Kendi, professor in the Humanities and the founding director of the Boston University Center for Antiracist Research and the author of How to Raise an Antiracist (One World, 2022) talks about his new book offering guidance to parents and caregivers.
"I think that to be antiracist and even to raise a child to be antiracist is not a static sort of thing. It is indeed a journey. It's a process. It's a behavior." #1 New York Times bestselling author, professor, and activist Dr. Ibram X. Kendi joins Zibby to talk about his new book, How To Raise An Antiracist, which combines research with parenting advice and pieces of Ibram's own memoir. The two discuss moments in Ibram's life that he uses to highlight everyday inequalities, why it is so significant that children start understanding empathy at age two, and what it really means to create an antiracist world for your children to grow up in.Purchase on Amazon or Bookshop.Amazon: https://amzn.to/3baaPOkBookshop: https://bit.ly/3Hyq8fOSubscribe to Zibby's weekly newsletter here.Purchase Moms Don't Have Time to Read Books merch here. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Ibram X. Kendi, professor in the Humanities and the founding director of the Boston University Center for Antiracist Research and the author of How to Raise an Antiracist (One World, 2022) talks about his new book offering guidance to parents and caregivers.
How do you raise an antiracist? Step One: Stop clutching the pearls! Ibram X. Kendi, founding Director of the Boston University Center for Antiracist Research and author of How To Raise An Antiracist, joins Biz to talk about "child-proofing," the sound of denial, and terrifying our kids versus protecting them. Plus, Biz is open for Summer!Get your copy of How To Raise An Antiracist wherever books are sold. Listen to Be Antiracist with Ibram X. Kendi on the podcatcher of your choice. Visit Ibram X. Kendi's website at ibramxkendi.com and follow him on Twitter @DrIbram.Check out Theresa's book! It Feels Good To Be Yourself is available now wherever books are sold. Our book You're Doing A Great Job!: 100 Ways You're Winning at Parenting! is available wherever books are sold.Thank you to all our listeners who support the show as monthly members of MaximumFun.org. This week, we're sponsored by Hello Fresh and Dipsea. Go to HelloFresh.com/BADMOTHER16 and use code BADMOTHER16 for up to 16 free meals and 3 free gifts. Go to DipseaStories.com/BADMOTHER for 30 days of full access for free.Thank you to all our listeners who support the show as monthly members of MaximumFun.org.Be sure to tell us at the top of your message whether you're leaving a genius moment, a fail, or a rant! Thanks!!Share a personal or commercial message on the show! Details at MaximumFun.org/Jumbotron.Subscribe to One Bad Mother in Apple PodcastsJoin our mailing listJoin the amazing community that is our private One Bad Mother Facebook groupFollow One Bad Mother on TwitterFollow Biz on TwitterLike us on Facebook!Get a OBM tee, tank, baby onesie, magnet or bumper sticker from the MaxFunStoreYou can suggest a topic or a guest for an upcoming show by sending an email to email@example.com.Show MusicSummon the Rawk, Kevin MacLeod (www.incompetech.com)Ones and Zeros, Awesome, Beehive SessionsMom Song, Adira Amram, Hot Jams For TeensTelephone, Awesome, Beehive SessionsMama Blues, Cornbread Ted and the ButterbeansMental Health Resources:Therapy for Black Girls – Therapyforblackgirls.comDr. Jessica Clemmens – https://www.askdrjess.comBLH Foundation – borislhensonfoundation.orgThe Postpartum Support International Warmline - 1-800-944-4773 (1-800-944-4PPD)The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) Helpline - 1-800-662-4357 (1-800-662-HELP)Suicide Prevention Hotline: Call or chat. They are here to help anyone in crisis. https://suicidepreventionlifeline.org and number 1-800-273-8255 and there is a chat option on the website.Crisis Text Line: Text from anywhere in the USA (also Canada and the UK) to text with a trained counselor. A real human being.USA text 741741Canada text 686868UK text 85258Website: https://www.crisistextline.orgNational Sexual Assault: Call 800.656.HOPE (4673) to be connected with a trained staff member from a sexual assault service provider in your area.https://www.rainn.orgNational Domestic Violence Hotline: https://www.thehotline.org/help/Our advocates are available 24/7 at 1-800-799-SAFE (7233) in more than 200 languages. All calls are free and confidential.They suggest that if you are a victim and cannot seek help, ask a friend or family member to call for you.Teletherapy Search: https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/therapists/online-counseling