Tiffany Yu is on a mission to elevate disability pride. Through the work of her social enterprise Diversability, as well as her social media platforms, speaking, and writing, Tiffany is working not just to lift the stigma about disability, but to celebrate it. In this episode, Tiffany shares her own disability origin story, and together we discuss what it would look like to go from living in a supremacist society (where a certain way of being is the “right” way to be”) to truly living the values of diversity, equity, and inclusion. And it's not as pie-in-the-sky impossible as you might think… sometimes it just involves stepping up to cut someone's steak.
To cap Diversity Month, Yvonne Alston of Indelible Impressions Consulting joins HRP's Tom Simmons, Content Creator, and Alicia Washington, Principal, Director of Marketing and Justice, Equity, Diversity, Inclusion (JEDI) to talk diversity, JEDI, the great resignation and more in the Work Hard Section of the pod.In the Play Hard section, Tom and Alicia are joined by Everett Anderson to talk movies and Halloween.Make sure you subscribe, give us a review & check us out on social media!YouTubeLinkedInInstagramTwitterFacebookWebsite
This is a special, if somewhat bittersweet episode. It marks the final official podcast with our own Danny Crichton, who is off to other pastures in short order. Danny stepped in when we lost a host a few years back, and has been both a staple and a pillar of the show since. We're going to miss the ever-loving heck out of him.But the show must go on, so we spent this episode discussing issues core to our remit: The venture capital market, startups, and the interplay between each.Natasha and Danny and Alex and Chris got together for this particular Wednesday edition of Equity, the part of the week when we niche down to a single topic and discuss it at length.This time 'round we tackled the very small of whether today's pace of venture capital investment is sustainable, and whether the current structure of venture capital funds will survive. It was the right time to do so, given that:Tiger is reloading with even more capital. Danny noted that its rising asset base is a good indicator of just where things are today.Venture capital is at all-time highs. Natasha and Alex riffed through the numbers, noting just how crazy things have become.And as we were collecting our notes, Sequoia announced (after Primack scooped them) that they are revolutionizing their firm into a new sort of vehicle.We also discussed the unicorn traffic jam, which gave Alex a chance to jump atop his favorite hobby horse one more time.With more money than ever bouncing around startup-land, the question of whether the sums, and their resulting valuations, make any sense is a conversation that we are not done with. But we hope that after this short podcast, you are at least up to speed.Bon voyage, Danny. We love you. And a regular shoutout to the folks who have helped host Equity in the past: Kate Clark, Katie Roof, Matthew Lynley, and Connie Loizos. You are very much still in our hearts.Here's the next few million downloads!
Reshma Saujani is the founder of Girls Who Code and the Marshall Plan for Moms, and is the author of the forthcoming book Pay Up: The Future of Women and Work (and Why It's Different Than You Think). She has spent more than a decade building movements to fight for women and girls' economic empowerment, working to close the gender gap in the tech sector, and most recently advocating for policies to support moms impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. In this conversation with Stanford adjunct lecturer Ravi Belani, Saujani discusses the root causes of the gender gap in tech and explores what companies and individuals still need to do to make the field more fair and equitable.
There is a lot of talk about Diversity, Equity and Inclusion in talent acquisition, but when you dig below the surface, the amount of practical action happening doesn't live up to the promises made. A few weeks ago long time friend of the podcast Bas Van De Hatred introduced me to one of the most inspiring recruiters I've spoken to for a long time. Eugène van den Hemel helps employers recruit talent from communities that are historically underrepresented in the job market. In the last few years, he has been doing some pioneering work helping to connect refugees with employment opportunities and, in so doing, opening employers' eyes to an incredible pool of talent. In the interview, we discuss: Recruiting to make matches that matter Dealing with inaccurate preconceptions The power of humans meetings humans The problem with current thinking on certifications Advice to employers looking to hire refugees Broader leaning for recruitment in a time of automation and technology Jobs For Humanity What is the future of recruiting? Listen to this podcast in Apple Podcasts.
Enid Lee is a front-line educator, an anti-racist professional development specialist, leadership coach, writer and community builder. She began her joyful journey as a teacher on the Caribbean island of Antigua about 5 decades ago. She has taught in Canada and the United States. Today Enid consults internationally on equitable education with particular emphasis on […] The post PMP268: Equity, Equality and Systems with Enid Lee first appeared on Principal Matters.
Have you struggled, navigating difficult and changing situations in your personal or professional life? In this interview, we connect with Nancy Murphy, founder and president of CSR Communications to learn how we can more effectively navigate change, especially as it relates to shifting dynamics at work, where we spend a bulk of our time. We learn about the many pitfalls we confront, and how our actions directly or indirectly impact resistance to change. She shares how embracing change and being a "change hero" can lead to more success, and greater acceptance. If you are pushing for more diversity, more equity, and more inclusion -- then you'll want to hear this episode. Time Stamps: 00:00 Introduction 02:45 What is an "intrapreneur"? 05:05 Raphael Bemporad's "The Future We Want" Podcast https://bbmg.com/the-future-we-want/ 07:07 The Campaigner's Commitment & The Power of Repetition 08:00 Cross Collaboration As A Key For Positive Influence and Change 10:00 Be A Hero of Change - Influence People 12:00 Grand Gestures vs. Credible Action 16:25 Three Common Types of Resistance to Change 20:00 The Magic of Encountering Resistance 22:00 The Power of Listening 22:50 Credible Leaders = Curious Leaders, The Power of Remaining Open 24:57 Psychological Trigger: Threat to Autonomy 26:45 The Impact of 9/11, Activating Community Engagement, Philanthropic Efforts, and Social Change 29:00 The Importance of Volunteering, Partnerships, and Following Through 35:28 Atlas Corps 501(c)3 https://atlascorps.org/ 36:30 One Way To Be More Influential About Our Guest: Nancy Murphy, Founder of CSR Communications Nancy Murphy is the founder and president of CSR Communications and the creator of the Intrapreneurs Influence Lab. She spent her career career saying what others are afraid to – and learning to say it in ways that others will listen. She now shares that skill and other influence techniques to help leaders make organizational change that sticks. She serves as a board member of Atlas Corps, an international network of social sector leaders and organizations that promotes innovation, cooperation, and solutions to address the world's 21st-century challenges. Intrapreneurs Insights Paper on Diversity, Equity and Inclusion: https://www.csrcommunications.com/insight/ Website: https://www.csrcommunications.com LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/nancyamurphy/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/csrcomms Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/csrcommunicationsdc Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/CSRCommunicati2 Join the Care More. Be Better. Community! YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCveJg5mSfeTf0l4otrxgUfg Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/CareMore.BeBetter/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/CareMoreBeBetter Twitter: https://twitter.com/caremorebebettr Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/CareMoreBeBetter Clubhouse: https://www.clubhouse.com/club/care-more-be-better LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/care-more-be-better Support Care More. Be Better: A Social Impact + Sustainability Podcast Care More. Be Better. is not backed by any company. We answer only to our collective conscience. As a listener, reader, and subscriber you are part of this pod and this community and we are honored to have your support. If you can, please help finance the show (https://www.caremorebebetter.com/donate). Thank you, now and always, for your support as we get this thing started
This episode of the Getting Smart Podcast is sponsored by the Getting Smart newsletter: Smart Update. On this episode of the Getting Smart Podcast, Tom Vander Ark is joined by Robert Simmons III. Robert is a scholar and activist on diversity, equity and inclusion. Robert serves as a Scholar in Residence and a Scholar of Antiracist of Antiracist Praxis in the School of Education at American University and as a member of the Diversity Scholars Network at the National Center for Institutional Diversity at the University of Michigan. Let's listen in as they discuss new social contracts, longtime DEI advocacy, compounding crises, food programs and much more.
The discussion of Beethoven's alleged Blackness has taken yet another turn, with one artist calling for his body to be exhumed so that a DNA test can be administered. Garrett and Scott break this down, and bring a few other ghoulish themes to this year's Halloween edition of TRILLOQUY. Bill Doggett returns as special guest to highlight what he sees as one of the biggest missteps in orchestral DEI following the murder of George Floyd, and the guys speak to the importance of platforming local perspectives when arts institutions attempt to speak to local issues. Playlist: Peter Tchaikovsky - Symphony No. 1, mov. 3 Blu Cantrell - "Make Me Wanna Scream" perf. George Palousis - "Dark Baroque Church Music" (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uIfoc-OLCGA) Michael Abels - "Anthem" from "Us" Soundtrack Charles Mingus - String Quartet (https://vimeo.com/579081605/95f60fc18e) Glen Campbell - "Wichita Lineman" Live (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rjzTNWWO7U0) Brian Raphael Nabors - "Nuclear Winter" James B. Wilson - "Remnants" for Poet and Orchestra (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u1YG-o8rSHA) perf. Richard Elliot - Halloween Organ Solo" (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bG-Ml_EN-wU) More: Bill Doggett Soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/bill-doggett Downbeat (The Best of Uncle Phil): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jXFCiMfI5kM Brandon Keith Brown Leads Chineke!: https://www.ilkleygazette.co.uk/news/19667421.review-chineke-orchestra-leeds-town-hall-sunday-october-17-2021/ "Thoughts of a Colored Man" on Broadway: https://thoughtsofacoloredman.com German Pop Singer Calls for Beethoven's Body To Be Exhumed: https://www.classicfm.com/composers/beethoven/roberto-blanco-wants-body-exhumed-racial-dna-test/ The Art Music Lounge: https://artmusiclounge.wordpress.com/from-baroque-to-bop-and-beyond/
What's happening today: FDA panel recommends Pfizer vaccine shots for kids aged 5-11; L.A. City Council signs off on consequences for unvaccinated workers; LADWP bill relief on the way; New UCLA report says women and people of color are making progress in Hollywood, but still have a long way to go. This program is made possible in part by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, a private corporation funded by the American people. Support the show: https://support.laist.com/laistnav
On this episode of the Community Broadband Bits Podcast, host Christopher Mitchell is joined by Deanne Cuellar, the State Program Director for Older Adult Technology Services (OATS). They explore the history of the digital divide in San Antonio and Cuellar's role in making the city one of the nation's leaders in digital inclusion efforts. The two also … Continue reading "The Fight for Digital Inclusion and Equity in San Antonio – Episode 479 of the Community Broadband Bits Podcast"
ALLY ELEMENTARY IS HEEEEERE! Pop all of the confetti cannons in the world because I am so dang excited to share this transformational program with you and your family! In this episode you'll hear the real reason I created Ally Elementary for all of us and a SNEAK PEAK of one of the lessons! Press play and celebrate with me! Ally Elementary Parents have been asking for a practical, interactive way to implement the anti-racist strategies that I lay out in the First Name Basis Podcast. So this October we are launching “Ally Elementary: Anti-Racist Education For Families." During this five-week program parents will work together with their children to create a culture of anti-racism in their home, and I will be there to guide them every step of the way. We will use hands-on activities to teach our children about everything from the untold story of how race was created to how they can disrupt racism in their everyday lives. I am so excited to watch the families in our community make a meaningful transformation and improve their communities through anti-racist action. Click here to invest in Ally Elementary for your family! Free Class! Ally ABCs: 3 Simple Ways to Embed Anti-Racism Into Your Family Culture If you're ready to reignite your fire for anti-racism or deepen your commitment to the movement this class is for you! During this free online class we will work together to create a plan that you can use to bring your kiddos along on this anti-racist journey. Click here to choose a time that fits best with your schedule and sign up today! Song Credit: “Sleeper” by Steve Adams” and “Dive Down” by VYEN
As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to ravage school experiences for teachers and students around the world, questions of belonging in classrooms become increasingly critical for educators and administrators to grapple with. In this episode the co-hosting team chats with Shahrzad Missaghi. Originally from Iran, Shahrzad's life story is a fascinating example of the importance of belonging for all students. This is the second episode of our series on Equity, Belonging, and Inclusion. Plugs include Mason's Greatest Gems by Chelsea Lee Smith and Elaheh Bos, The Lighthouse Effect by Steve Pemberton, Cultivating Genius by Gholdy Muhammad, a new translation of Les Misérables by Victor Hugo, and singer/songwriter Tim Ward, Jr. Music by Ketsa.
In episode 223, Lawanna Dendy, Regional Human Resources Business Partner (RHRBP), South & West, for US LBM, LLC, uncomplicates and explains Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion. Lawanna explains how HR professionals are helping both leaders and employees through the current work environment caused by the pandemic, by leading with HEART. *** If you enjoyed this podcast, we'd sincerely appreciate it if you left a review on Apple Podcasts. The feedback helps improve the show and helps with our visibility as well. The more people listen to the podcast, the more we can invest into it to make it even better. Since we're asking for things . . . we'd also love it if you recommended this show to your friends and colleagues. Your network looks to people like you to learn where to invest their time and attention. We'd love the opportunity to add value to more people in our community. Sign up for the Behind Your Back Newsletter that arrives twice each month and delivers insights and ideas to help you sell more, faster, at higher margins: For more info: behindyourbackpodcast.com Instagram: instagram.com/behindyourbackceo
Today, I'm excited to once again be sharing a replay of one of the Coffee Talks I hosted during the 2021 NRPA Annual Conference back in September. As you may know, last week NRPA released a new resource – the Equity Language Guide. We know that words matter and that language has the power to uplift as well as marginalize – but sometimes finding the “right” words to use can be difficult. The guide serves as a glossary of terms to help park and recreation professionals develop a common language around diversity, equity and inclusion. It also provides guidance to help people become familiar with terms they may not be aware of and best practices for making your writing accessible. I highly encourage you to download the guide and consider the ways you can begin using more inclusive language. With that being said, I thought replaying my Coffee Talk with Autumn Saxton-Ross, NRPA's vice president of education and chief equity officer would be relevant for today's episode. We discussed Autumn's first year with NRPA, how she's been approaching NRPA's equity work in the field of parks and recreation, and how NRPA is continuing to center equity in all that we do. Please note this conversation was recorded prior to the release of the Equity Language Guide, so Autumn describes it as an upcoming resource – but, you can access it here now. You'll also notice that Autumn and I ask listeners to share ideas in the “discussion forum” throughout the conversation – since the discussion forums were part of the original Coffee Talk at the conference, I'd invite you to leave your ideas in the comments below, share them with me on our Open Space Radio Instagram page, or email them to me at email@example.com. I hope you enjoy this conversation, and I hope it inspires you to continue to center equity in all that you do, as well. You'll also learn: How we can ensure that parks and recreation is accessible and inclusive for the whole How NRPA is supporting its members in achieving more equitable outcomes in their communities. Small, but impactful, ways you can begin implementing more equitable policies at your agency. What resources and opportunities NRPA members can expect in the future. How you can get involved in the conversations around developing equity-related resources for the field, and more! Resources discussed in this episode: NRPA Equity Language Guide Equity in Parks and Recreation: A Historical Perspective (Story Map) Other NRPA equity resources
CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER™ professionals, Lauryn Williams and Chloé Moore are continuing the “Know Better, Do Better” series born from the countless conversations they have about the trendy narratives and clickbaity articles that make it hard for them to help their clients. They want to help you gain financial confidence and clarity to control your destiny. In this episode of the series, Lauryn and Chloé continue onto the final episode of a three-part series on equity compensation. Chloe specializes in working with individuals in the tech industry and those who receive equity compensation. There are a few common mistakes she sees people make so she is sharing tips to help you know better so you can do better. In part three of this series, Lauryn and Chloé talk about Employee Stock Purchase Plans also known as ESPPs. They cover the basics along with answering your burning questions like “How long should I hold onto the stocks?” and “When does it make sense to participate?” In this episode, Lauryn and Chloé share: The basics of what an Employee Stock Purchase Plan is and how it works The limits and restrictions that come with ESPPs including the annual purchase limit How ESPPs are deducted from your paycheck after taxes Details about Lookback Provision What you need to know about taxes The risks involved What things you should consider before deciding to participate How to know when to sell and when to hold Importance of working with the right tax professional and financial planner If you want to further connect with Lauryn Williams: Instagram: @worthwinning Twitter: @worth_winning Facebook: @worthwinningfp LinkedIn: @lauryn-williams If you want to further connect with Chloé Moore: Instagram: @financialstaples Twitter: @finstaples Facebook: @finstaples LinkedIn: @chloemoore RESOURCES MENTIONED: Should You Participate in Your Company's ESPP? Worth Listening Episode 122: Equity Compensation Part 1 Understanding RSUs Worth Listening Episode 123 Equity Compensation Part 2: ISOs and NQSOs
Eva Farah is a Filipino- American, Mexican who is an incredible advocate in equity education. We discuss the barriers and process of working within white supremacist culture. Join us!! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/ayisha-elliott/message
On today's podcast, Stephanie Leavell is joined by Hakeem Leonard and Kerry Devlin. Hakeem Leonard (he/him/his), PhD, MT-BC, is Associate Professor of Music Therapy and Assistant Provost for Inclusive, Diversity, and Equity at Shenandoah University. Kerry Devlin, MMT, MT-BC (she/her) is senior music therapist at the Johns Hopkins Center for Music & Medicine. She is a current PhD student at Aalborg University and adjunct faculty in music therapy at Shenandoah University. Hakeem Leonard and Kerry Devlin will be presenting at our annual conference for music therapists and music educators who work with kids, the Music For Kiddos Symposium, on November 12th, 2021. The title of their presentation: “Goals are Derived from Your World: Your World is Not Derived from Goals.” **Register for the 2021 Music For Kiddos Symposium, our online conference for music therapists and music educators who work with kids, with Laurie Berkner as our keynote speaker! It's all happening on November 12th. Register with early bird pricing that ends today here. Subscribe to our Song-of-the-month newsletter here: www.musicforkiddos.com/newsletter We have partnered with West Music to offer free shipping on orders above $49.95 to Music For Kiddos Podcast's listeners. Check out their incredible instruments and their incredible offerings at WestMusic.com or you can place your order at their customer service hotline at (800) 397-9378. The code for free shipping is KIDDOS21. Make sure to check them out! Let's stay connected! Music For Kiddos INSTAGRAM: www.instagram.com/music_for_kiddos Music For Kiddos FACEBOOK: www.facebook.com/musicforkiddos Music For Kiddos WEBSITE: www.musicforkiddos.com Thank you for tuning in! Thanks for joining us on the Music for Kiddos podcast! If you enjoyed this episode, please leave a review! Don't forget to sign up for the Song-of-the-Month-Club to receive a free, high-quality original song every month, or hang out with us on Instagram to stay connected.
Hark, all ye who pay attention to the stock market, for Elon Musk's wheels-focused company broached the $1 trillion market cap threshold today.Yeah, it finally happened, so the Equity team quickly scrambled for the microphones. Chris put together the show, allowing Alex and Kirsten to dive into the matter. Kirsten, in case you aren't familiar with her, is TechCrunch's transportation editor -- her crew handles everything that moves under its own power for the team. She's tremendous.Aside from the obvious market cap point, we got into:What news drove Tesla higher today, leading to its new valuation record?How is Tesla's overall financial performance looking?Has the model mix at the company changed over time?And, because Alex was curious, why Telsa cars all look the same when will the Cybertruck will come to market?In short, it was a very fun Twitter shot. Cheers, and Equity is back Wednesday with our regular programming.
Lauren answers questions submitted during her presentation on Psychological Safety for the Nonprofit Risk Summit. "How can you have psychological safety if you don't have trust, specifically with a supervisor?" "I've had other Executives tell me that only the oppressed can help the oppressed. Which I can see it as valid to a certain extent, but I disagree. Thoughts?"
This is Equity Monday, our weekly kickoff that tracks the latest private market news, talks about the coming week, digs into some recent funding rounds and mulls over a larger theme or narrative from the private markets. You can follow the show on Twitter here. I also tweet.Taking a look around the world, stocks were largely higher in Asia and Europe and are looking somewhat mixed in the United States. There are a host of technology earnings coming this week, mind.Facebook is taking all sorts of incoming fire from media reporting on a trove of documents that a whistleblower leaked. The company is not having a good month, let along quarter from a PR perspective. It reports earnings later today. Here's the NYTimes piece we noted, the Bloomberg article, the CNN piece, and the Verge entry.The PayPal-Pinterest deals is done for now. PayPal said so this morning. Its shares are up, while Pinterest shares are sharply lower.And from startup-land: Routine is a new app that looks slick, Billie raised $100 million, Tier raised a huge bloc of cash, and Groww just tripled its valuation.It's going to be a busy one, so strap in and get hype because it is earnings week.
Watch the entire episode at patreon.com/tfcatl. Listen on your favorite podcast platform. The Faith Community is a disruptive ministry built upon five keys: Greatest Commandment Theology, Anti-Racism, Women's Equity, LGBTQ+ Affirmation, and Bible Criticism. We are for the unchurched, the over-churched, and the under-churched; the weary and the wounded; the seeking and the cynical. For more inspiring content like this, check out our other platforms: Custom Face Masks: www.thefaithcommunity.org/store Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TFCATL Store: https://www.spreadshirt.com/user/faithcommunityatl Instagram: @tfcatl, @holysmokesmovement Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/Tfcatl Website: https://www.thefaithcommunity.org
On this episode, we talked to Leslie Short, and how she's bringing the best of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DEI) to big corporations that struggle with or strive to improve their own programs. And she's doing it with a mind for serious, long-term, evolving relationships between employers and their most valuable asset – their people.
Daryl McGraw and Ashley Stewart discuss ways recovery support services can respond to Black, Brown, and Indigenous People of Color in ways that acknowledge the compounding effects of racism with host Livia Davis. Visit c4innovates.com, subscribe to receive newsletter and training updates, and follow us on Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, and YouTube for more resources to grow your impact. Learn More Daryl McGraw Ashley Stewart Explains How Social Workers Can Work Against Racial Injustice and Toward Social Change from Temple University College of Public Health More episodes on race equity and recovery from Changing the Conversation Equity and Recovery at C4 Innovations Face and Voices of Recovery Access a transcript of Leading with Respect & Acknowledging Barriers: Supporting Recovery Journeys of People of Color (forthcoming)
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Host Lisa Miller is joined by Geoffrey Roche, Senior Vice President, Workforce Development, Dignity Health Global Education. Geoffrey's professional career has included over nine years in hospital administration where he served as a strategic advisor to the President and CEO and department director of various departments, including Business Development and Planning, Government Affairs, Community Health, and Public Relations, for a regional healthcare system in Northeast Pennsylvania. Find all of our network podcasts on your favorite podcast platforms and be sure to subscribe and like us. Learn more at www.healthcarenowradio.com/listen/
Hello, and welcome to the Women Leaders podcast! I'm Patti Phillips, CEO of Women Leaders in College Sports. Today I'm sharing an uplifting conversation with Sam Rapoport, the Senior Director of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion at the National Football League. Sam started playing football at age 12 in Canada, ultimately rising to play for Team Canada and pro tackle football teams. By the end of college, she knew she wanted to work in pro football. Sam landed an internship with the NFL by pitching herself as a quarterback who could deliver a ball 386 miles—from Montreal to New York City. Sam still recommends finding ways to stand out. In two stints with the NFL, Sam has brought significant change to the league, spearheading programming to retain, develop, and promote qualified diverse candidates into the football operations pipeline at NFL clubs and the league office. Rapoport created the Women's Careers in Football Forum in 2017, which served to inspire and connect qualified women to football operations positions in professional and college football programs. As a result, 82 female coaching, scouting, and operations candidates have been hired in the three-year period, a record number. By developing strong relationships and giving people reasons to believe in her, Sam forged a unique path in the NFL and proposed bold new initiatives. Sam tells us that sometimes, doing something new or different might not be well-received. Figuring things out and proving her credibility helped remove some of the obstacles and has created truly impactful change. Don't miss a moment of this conversation! And remember, we are Women Leaders!
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Waqaa! And welcome to an On The Land Mini Series featuring Indigenous Youth Voices! In spring of 2021, we teamed up with the Alaska Humanities Forum, See Stories, and Bitanga Productions to host a month-long podcasting workshop with a small group of middle and high school students across western Alaskan villages. Students had the opportunity to create their own 5-15 minute episode featuring interviews with their family, friends, and their teachers.First up is Rozlynn Dock from Akiak! Mentioned in this Episode: Alaska Humanities Forum https://www.akhf.org/Bitanga Productions https://www.bitangaproductions.com/See Stories https://www.seestoriesalaska.org/On The Land Media ontheland.orgCoffee & Quaq https://www.coffeeandquaq.com/Native Time: Village City https://www.nativetimeak.com/The music for this episode was provided by Epidemic Sound featuring the song Glimmer by AGST
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This week we discuss dolly focus, mail-in repairs, retrofitting older Macs. 1Password will now let you share passwords with just a link. We dive into the October event where Apple unveils the MacBook Pro 14-inch and 16-inch laptops with M1 Pro and M1 Max Apple Silicon. We discuss the chip architectures as well as Apple Music Voice Plan, new Home Pod Mini and Air Pods. Picks: Salary Negotiation: Make More Money, Be More Valued, TLDR Stock Options, The Pragmatic Engineer Test: 12 Questions on Engineering Culture, Hired Salary Calculator New audio uploaded - Sat Oct 23, 1:04 EDT
On this episode of the “Dr. Duke Show” we discuss how Joe Biden and the Democrats are excited to see prices skyrocket and shelves empty because it furthers their “Build Back Better” plan, while punishing big corporations.
Calming, reassuring, yet confident and directional. There are certain major life circumstances where it is critical for you to speak calmly and confidently...and I'm sure you can recall some important moments in your life, that were made more memorable by the way that someone spoke to you. Who better to demonstrate, than two service minded professionals- at the highest level. With backgrounds in the Military (based in Afghanistan), Paramedics, and fighting fires, Amerispec Home Inspection Pros Dave Dibelius and Gail Metzner have the life experience, training, and overall compassion to say exactly the right thing to nervous homeowners. With a company mantra of “Come to work happy and if you can help someone else out, you can change the world- or at least change theirs... “ check out how Gail and Dave have used kindness and FOOD to speak for them. Dave's Santa Claus in Afghanistan story is well worth hearing- and as a Philly guy- now I know that Tastycakes travel to war zones and elicit happiness. When words just don't suffice, listen to Dave share about a child tasting chocolate for the first time. When it comes to qualified speaking, here's a little background on Dave and the Company… · AmeriSpec Home Inspections. · Veteran Owned · Retired Medical Tech USAF · US Air Force/Air National Guard · 911 Dispatcher · In the Community Helping People as a Volunteer Firefighter · Oh, and Gail originally trained Dave over 20 years ago to be a Paramedic. Expertise, fighting gender inequality, elevating women in a typically male dominated field; as well as promoting Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion through words- and especially action- will really resonate. Check out the answers to my three key questions at the end. I love how the Amerispec Team responds, and hopefully… you will too. Listen, laugh, and learn from two Top-Tier Pros… Dave Dibelius and Gail Metzner from Amerispec. When you need to reach them, here's how… www.amerispecgreaterphilly.net email@example.com Follow Them on Facebook · Amerispec Dave Dibelius https://www.facebook.com/search/top?q=amerispec-dave%20dibelius · Amerispec Gail Metzner https://www.facebook.com/gail.metzner.10 · Amerispec Inspection Services Feasterville Keep listening, liking, and sharing the Podcast. We are here to help!
October is Physical Therapy Month, and this year the American Physical Therapy Association (APTA) has a new campaign. Orthopedist Dr. Mary O'Connor meets with Dr. Hadiya Green Guerrero, a senior practice specialist at APTA, and Dr. Drew Contreras, APTAs Vice President of Clinical Integration and Innovation, to discuss the #ChoosePT campaign. Dr. Guerrero and Dr. Green also share some of the reasons they became physical therapists, and explore the many benefits of PT, including its potential for addressing chronic conditions and health disparities. Dr. Contreras also shares the advice that he gave to help President Barack Obama move more, something which everyone can follow.
Dr. Stacy Haynes is a professional counselor specializing in the treatment of social, behavioral and emotional challenges of children. She is also the Director of Inclusion and Equity at Lives in the Balance, a non-profit organization founded by Dr. Ross Greene to provide resources and support to parents, teachers, and caregivers of kids with challenges. In this interview Stacy explains the "CPS" paradigm (Collaborative and Proactive Solutions) and how she's seen it change outcomes for kids at home, in school, and beyond. As Stacy explains: "In the CPS model, concerning behavior is viewed as the means by which students communicate that they are having difficulty meeting certain expectations. Behavior is a signal." Find out more about Stacy's work at: www.livesinthebalance.org www.cpsconnection.com www.thekidswelose.com www.truecrisisprevention.org and find the "Lagging Skills and Unsolved Problems" questionnaire here. Use it to start collaboratively problem-solving with your child! Special thanks to this month's sponsors: Betterhelp Start taking charge of your mental health– no matter where you live! Go to betterhelp.com/fresh to get 10% off your first month of counseling. Expressable is an online speech therapy company that has helped thousands of children of all ages reach their communication goals. Speak with a speech-language pathologist for free today and learn more about your child's communication development at expressable.io/fresh. Home Made Podcast is a new podcast about… home. And what happens when you open that door and step into a new world, whether that's a house, apartment or neighborhood. Find out more and listen HERE. Jane.com is a boutique marketplace featuring the latest in women's fashion, accessories, home decor, children's clothing, and more. By shopping at jane.com, you support small businesses, 1500 of which are women-owned. And you will not believe the prices! Visit jane.com/laughing. KiwiCo projects make science, technology, engineering, art, and math super fun– and best of all, kids of all ages can work on them independently! Get 50% off your first month plus FREE shipping on ANY crate line with the code MOTHERHOOD at kiwico.com. Magic Spoon is breakfast cereal that gets protein into your kids' breakfast- Go to magicspoon.com/FRESH to grab a custom bundle of cereal and try it today! And be sure to use our promo code FRESH at checkout to save five dollars off your order! MamaZen is a revolutionary solution for motherhood burnout, anxiety, impatience, and more. Download MamaZen today– and use the code "FRESH" to unlock a free trial! Prose is the healthy hair regimen with your name all over it! Get 15% off your first order today! Go to prose.com/laughing. SuperBeets Heart Chews are a tasty treat that give you the energy you need and are good for you. Get FREE shipping and returns plus a FREE 30-day supply with your first purchase at SuperBeets.com/fresh. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Marcus Henderson, MSN, RN, lecturer from the University of Pennsylvania's Department of Family and Community Health, director-at-large on the American Nurses Association's board of directors, and member of the National Commission to Address Racism in Nursing, joins Stephanie Jardine, BSN, RN, oncology clinical specialist at ONS, to discuss how to eradicate discrimination and inequity among the nursing profession. Henderson presented on the topic during his keynote for the ONS Bridge™ virtual conference in September 2021. Music Credit: "Fireflies and Stardust" by Kevin MacLeod Licensed under Creative Commons by Attribution 3.0 Earn 1.0 contact hour of nursing continuing professional development (NCPD) by listening to the full recording and completing an evaluation at myoutcomes.ons.org by October 22, 2023. The planners and faculty for this episode have no relevant financial relationships with ineligible companies to disclose. ONS is accredited as a provider of NCPD by the American Nurses Credentialing Center's Commission on Accreditation. Episode Notes Check out these resources from today's episode: Complete this evaluation for free NCPD. Learn more about Henderson's keynote session on racism in nursing. ONS Voice article: Achieving Diversity and Inclusion in Nursing Requires a Closer Look at the Profession's Structure ONS Voice article: Nurses Have a Role and Responsibility in Ending Racism ONS Voice article: What It Feels Like to Be a Nurse of Color ONS position statement on racism “How to Be an Antiracist” by Ibram X. Kendi Nurses You Should Know campaign Participate in the Racism in Nursing in the Workplace survey before October 28, 2021. Summary report of listening sessions on racism in nursing To discuss the information in this episode with other oncology nurses, visit the ONS Communities. To provide feedback or otherwise reach ONS about the podcast, email pubONSVoice@ons.org.
#076 - In this episode, Kay Fabella discusses how to adapt your performance management practices for your remote teams. Kay shares what she and her team have witnessed with companies adapting performance reviews during the pandemic, and the unique opportunity we have to revisit these appraisals as we navigate through hybrid work and back to our physical workspaces. Finally, Kay discusses specific ways companies can adapt their performance management systems for distributed, multicultural teams.
SMOA Survey: bit.ly/SMOAsurvey In what ways do our personal biases seep into our conversations with others? How does the structure of our language impact the reception of the information we are trying to share? In the era of digital medicine and health misinformation, how can we ensure we are communicating effectively with our patients? Anne Marie Liebel attacks questions like these in today's episode of SMOA. Dr. Liebel is the president of Health Communication Partners LLC, the host of the “10 Minutes to Better Patient Communication” podcast series, and the administrator of HealthCommunicationPartners.com. She is writing a book about health literacy from a critical social perspective. To learn more, check out: What Counts as Literacy in Health Literacy: Applying the Autonomous and Ideological Models of Literacy https://doi.org/10.21623/184.108.40.206
On this episode of Fierce Lab, Tara talks with Keely Cat-Wells, an entrepreneur and disability advocate who founded C Talent, a talent agency that represents deaf and disabled artists, athletes, and influencers. Keely is also on Forbes 30 under 30 and the advisory board of Lady Gaga's Born This Way Foundation. In their conversation, Keely discusses taking risks, handling pushback, the issues of ableism, and her inspiration for founding C Talent. She also talks about invisible disabilities, disclosure, and her mission to eliminate section 14(c) of the Fair Labor Standards Act, which allows companies to pay people with disabilities a subminimum wage. Keely's background and founding C Talent When Keely was 17, she became disabled. After an extended hospital stay, she realized the world was no longer built with her in mind. Keely, a former dancer, began representing talent and moved to LA. At one point, she lost a job because of ableism, defined as the discrimination or prejudice against disabled people. This inspired her to found C Talent, a talent management company that represents high-profile deaf and disabled artists, athletes, and influencers, with the goal of normalizing disabled people as experts in subjects beyond disability. Taking risk Though Keely says her move to LA was a huge risk, she said she had nothing else to lose. As a result, Keely is more calculated in taking risks; when you know what you want, where you want to go, and what has happened in the past, you are better prepared for all the possible outcomes. Handling pushback Keely wishes that she initially would have been more aware that not everyone would agree with her goal of making sizable change. She's still learning how to better handle conflict and people that challenge her, including those who have made comments denying her identity by assuming she is making up her experiences of being disabled. Keely hopes that people will learn to better embrace the needs of others and be less quick to judge. C Talent is working with talent to create roles and campaigns and pitching ideas to big brands and companies. Even though some companies have a Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion team, often only 2% of the team include disability in their agenda. Invisible disabilities Keely and Tara also talk about invisible disabilities and the difficulty and importance of disclosure. Keely says that disclosing an invisible disability can be a big and scary conversation, but invisible disabilities should be recognized and properly accommodated so that people can achieve their full potential. Employers should be encouraged to ask all employees about their access requirements and establish more inclusive environments. Section 14(c) from the Fair Labor Standards Act Keely is working to raise awareness and challenge section 14(c) of the Fair Labor Standards Act, which allows companies to pay disabled people a subminimum wage. She states that due to 14(c), currently 300,000 Americans are legally being paid $3 an hour or less. She aims to eliminate this policy and to achieve equity in employment. FOLLOW FIERCE LAB Follow Fierce Lab on Instagram or LinkedIn for the latest updates. JOIN OUR EMAIL LIST If you'd like to receive more information about our upcoming episodes for Fierce Lab including tips, tools and resources, go to our website, www.fiercelab.tarawilson.com, and sign up for our email list. Please be sure to SUBSCRIBE, REVIEW, and SHARE Fierce Lab with women who are looking for community and tools for leveling up.
Last year 26,000 students applied to the city's eleven selective enrollment high schools. Less than five thousand were offered spots. CPS says new changes to the admissions process will promote equity and access. Reset hears from the head of High Jump, a non-profit helping talented low-income middle schoolers prepare and apply for high school.
Today on Boston Public Radio: Chuck Todd begins the show by talking about what he thinks will get cut from the Democrats' spending bill, and what “reconciliation” actually means. Todd is the moderator of “Meet the Press,” host of “Meet the Press Daily” on MSNBC and the political director for NBC News. Then, we asked listeners if they plan to get their kids vaccinated, as FDA authorization is expected to go through for children aged five to 11 in the coming weeks. Andrea Cabral discusses jury selection in the trial of Gregory McMichael, Travis McMichael and William Bryan, who shot Ahmaud Arbery in February of 2020. She also talks about today's House vote on whether or not to hold Steve Bannon in contempt for defying a subpoena from a committee investigating the Jan. 6 insurrection. Cabral is the former Suffolk County sheriff and the former Massachusetts secretary of public safety. She is currently the CEO of the cannabis company Ascend. Paul Reville unpacks the boom in enrollment at Christian schools, and an elite Concord school cancelling its invitation to Nikole Hannah-Jones to speak about The New York Times' 1619 Project. Reville is the former Massachusetts secretary of education and a professor at Harvard University's Graduate School of Education, where he also heads the Education Redesign Lab. His latest book, co-authored with Lynne Sacks, is “Collaborative Action for Equity and Opportunity: A Practical Guide for School and Community Leaders.” Folu Akinkoutu talks all things snacks, including her recollections of helping her parents run vending machines, her favorite food fusions across cultures and snack containers that dredge up childhood memories. Folu Akinkuotu is the Boston-based creator of the Unsnackable newsletter. Jon Gruber highlights the legacy and importance of the Nobel Memorial Prize in economics, and how Joshua Angrist's win for “natural experiments” in the field contributed to the rise in prominence of empirical economic research. Gruber teaches economics at MIT. He was instrumental in creating both the Massachusetts health-care reform and the Affordable Care Act, and his latest book is “Jump-Starting America: How Breakthrough Science Can Revive Economic Growth And The American Dream.” We end the show by asking listeners about their celebrity encounters, after John Legend tipped a street performer playing “All of Me” outside Faneuil Hall.
Jill Savitt, CEO for the National Center of Civil and Human Rights, joins the Atlanta Real Estate Forum Radio podcast to discuss the center's exhibits and the importance of advocating for civil and human rights. Savitt joins hosts Carol Morgan and Todd Schnick for the Around Atlanta segment. Savitt, involved with the museum for the last 10 years, became the CEO of the center two years ago. Before there was a physical building to house the center, Savitt curated the human rights gallery, an exhibit on the top floor that showcases human rights around the globe. “It's such a delight to be able to come to Atlanta for this role. I love it. It's a fantastic city,” said Savitt. "Our museum is really a backbone because [Atlanta] is the birthplace of civil rights and the hometown of Dr. King. We bring all of that storytelling to life in our museum.” The center is both a museum and a civil rights institution that centers around three stories. The first is the story of the U.S. civil rights movement titled “Rolls Down Like Water,” highlighting the narratives of those that many know as well as unknown heroes. “Spark of Conviction,” the human rights gallery, links the civil rights movements of the fifties and sixties to the nonviolent human rights movements throughout the world in an immersive and dynamic experience. From large-scale world events such as the fall of the Berlin Wall to Tiananmen Square, the exhibit introduces viewers to the world's human rights defenders taking up the cause of human dignity within their own societies. Through several dynamic installations, the experience defines human rights, its origins and how they are enforced. There are also exhibits that focus on the greatest champions of human rights as well as some of the biggest perpetrators of human rights abuse, many of whom got away with their crimes. The museum's third permanent exhibit centers around the papers and artifacts of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Named “Voice to the Voiceless,” the gallery is a sacred place to many and offers non-scholars a space to see the papers, handwriting and personal effects of Dr. King. The papers are rotated and showcased based on a particular theme and the current one, “Beloved Community,” allows visitors to see the famed leader's papers discussing the importance of community. Outside of the facility, the center hosts programs for schools K-12 to teach human rights history as well as a program for law enforcement that focuses on the history of human rights, law enforcement's role in history and its responsibility to keep democratic societies healthy. There is also a Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Training Program offered to workforces looking to become more inclusive. There are also smaller programs that focus on LGBTQ+ rights and human trafficking. Savitt said, “Our overarching concern, our mantra, is to help people tap their own power to protect their rights and the world around them.” Equal Dignity at Work consists of seven different modules designed for workplaces to breach crucial topics, including workplace bias, industry trends, diversity and inclusion. The brave conversations allow participants to recognize prejudices and discuss them. The programs do not touch on recruitment, pipelining or nurturing talent but focus on connecting history to the present moment and breaking down barriers. In the United States, the current political atmosphere makes it hard for many to discuss opposing views without leading to a larger argument. These brave conversations promote grace and acknowledge that while people may say unintentionally hurtful things, educating participants on rephrasing questions to keep topics open and calm is beneficial for exposing others to opposing arguments and educating in a healthy and respectful manner. “Workplaces are some of the most integrated places we have and are the perfect places to practice pluralism. It's the place to talk to people who are different than you,
This week, I am joined by Mariah Poitier. Mariah (She/Her) is a Black Femme, Bay Area native and scholar-activist. She loves dismantling white supremacy almost as much as she loves to dance. She enjoys the norcal and socal dual lifestyle, and procrastinating on her thesis. Mariah currently is a graduate student at San Francisco State University studying Master of Art in Education with a concentration in Equity and Social Justice. I don't know if y'all noticed, but I have never really mentioned where I went to school and I still won't. Because trauma and you do not get free exposure for causing trauma. That's why I had a GREAT time talking with Mariah about her experiences at her grad school, her research, and what it's like living a double life in Norcal and Socal. Stay in Touch with: ↳ Message Mariah on LinkedIn ↳ Email Mariah ↳ Mariah on IG Ways to support the show:
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In this episode – The Creativity Department chats with NAEA Leadership about Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion (ED&I). This meaningful conversation, driven by questions and topics sent in for discussion from art educators in the field, dives into the detail we all must deeply consider when thinking through the work to be done to bring about social transformation and remove barriers. From thoughtful insight to support and resources this discussion is packed with strategies you can put into use today.
When do white folks learn they're white? And how do they start to understand the scope of benefits that whiteness affords them? For Jessie Daniels, these uncomfortable questions are only the beginning.Jessie Daniels is a Faculty Associate at the Harvard Berkman Klein Center, a research associate at the Oxford Internet Institute, and a professor of Sociology, Critical Social Psychology, and Africana Studies at Hunter College and The Graduate Center at CUNY. She is a world-renowned expert on Internet manifestations of racism, and her latest book Nice White Ladies: The Truth about White Supremacy, Our Role in It, and How We Can Help Dismantle It is available now from Seal Press.I imagine there are people who are going to read this book and throw it against the wall. And that's okay. But I would just encourage you to pick it up again, after you've thrown it against the wall the first time, and keep reading and sit with the discomfort and also ask yourself, why are you uncomfortable? I would argue that, to the extent that white people are uncomfortable hearing what I have to say, and white women in particular, is because we're holding on to whiteness in some way. We want that to not be a problem. We want that to mean that we're innocent, that we're beautiful, that we're better than other people. And it just doesn't mean that. Let's let go of that idea of whiteness. —Jessie Daniels, author, Nice White LadiesWe talk about:How feminism and white supremacy often coexist and how “gender-only feminism” always ignores raceWhite women's complicity in slavery and its lasting effectsThe “meme-ification” of the Karen archetype and the real dangers they poseThe path Jessie took to discovering her own whitenessHow to divest from the culture of whitenessThe power, and necessity, of sitting in discomfortPlus: in this week's You've Got This, Sara discusses how white women hold onto whiteness in the workplace, and the hidden meaning in terms like “professionalism,” "culture fit,” and "niceness.” For more on reckoning with whiteness in your workplace, head on over to https://www.activevoicehq.com/podcast.Links:Jessie Daniels' websiteNice White LadiesRacism ReviewThey Were Her Property by Stephanie Jones-RogersCuster Died for Your Sins by Vine Deloria, Jr.The Red Record by Ida B. WellsLiving with Racism by Joe R. Feagin and Melvin P. SikesJasmine Stammes' talk, “The 'Subjective' Researcher”Active VoiceMore resources on shame and resilience:Read Natasha Stovall's “Whiteness on the Couch”Find a local chapter of Standing Up for Racial Justice (SURJ)Attend Robin Schlenger's Shame Resilience Workshop or an Ambient Noise event
Nita Creekmore's commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion Friends, I am soooooooooo happy today because not only is my guest going to share what diversity, equity, and inclusion is she is also going to share WHY diversity, equity, and inclusion in education is soooooooo very, very important. Without further ado, it is my pleasure to introduce Nita Creekmore. Nita is an Instructional Coach who lives just outside Atlanta, GA (hello neighbor!). While originally from Woodbridge, Virginia, Nita taught in grades 1, 2, and 5 for 13 years before becoming an Elementary School Instructional Coach. With a Master's Degree in Elementary Education and an Educational Specialist Degree in Educational Leadership, underlying Nita's mission is her commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion. Invite under-represented voices to the table: diversity, equity, and inclusion best practices Before becoming a speaker on diversity, equity, and inclusion, Nita began Love. Teach. Bless. on Instagram in 2015. Interestingly, it started simply as a fun hobby highlighting the fun things that she did with her first grade class. From there, Love. Teach. Bless. has grown to be a true consulting business where Nita presents, coaches teachers, and collaborates with a variety of educational companies…all while sharing diversity, equity, and inclusion resources. Most of all, Nita believes in holding inclusive spaces. And today, we're going to talk all about that. In addition, you'll hear: Nita's journey through education, how she became an instructional coach, how she found success in her mission-driven business, and how, through her journey, she allowed her passion for inclusivity to create a greater conversation around diversity and equity in all classrooms. In this episode, you will learn: Advice on how you can make your business more inclusive and equitable How to take what you do in education and turn it into a business Why starting a T-shirt merchandise store, such as her BLESSED & BEARDED TEES, can also be an opportunity to further your mission for diversity, equity, and inclusion How a commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion can begin by inviting under-represented voices to the table How to just start small and focus on your interest LINKS MENTIONED IN THIS EPISODE ABOUT DIVERSITY, EQUITY, AND INCLUSION: Love. Teach. Bless. BLESSED & BEARDED TEES LoveTeachBless on Instagram E2E Educational Consultants on Facebook Get Your Teach On Teacher Self-Care Conference CEO TEACHER® RESOURCES WORTH THEIR WEIGHT IN GOLD: What's your CEO Teacher® Type? Find out here! Download my free book, Start or Expand Your Online Teacher Business, and get started building your business today! Check out my CEO Teacher® Book Recommendations here! JOIN OUR CEO TEACHER® PODCAST COMMUNITY TO GROW WITH LIKE-MINDED TEACHERS: Send me a DM on Instagram– I love chatting with my people, so send me your diversity, equity, and inclusion in education resources! ENJOYING THE PODCAST? THANKS FOR TUNING IN! Tag me @kaysemorris on Instagram and tell me what you are listening to! I love seeing what resonates most with our listeners! I don't want you to miss a thing! Be the first to know when a new episode is available by subscribing on iTunes here! If you would like to support The CEO Teacher® podcast, it would mean so much to me if you would leave a review on iTunes. By leaving a review, you are helping fellow CEO teachers find this podcast and start building a life they love. To leave a review on iTunes, click HERE and scroll down to Ratings and Reviews. Click “Write a Review” and share with me how this podcast is changing your business and your life! READY FOR MORE? I LIKE YOUR STYLE! LISTEN TO THESE CEO TEACHER® PODCAST EPISODES NEXT! How a Mental Health Check In Chart Changed the Game in and out of the Classroom with Erin Castillo How to Navigate Teacher Maternity Leave How to Become Your Own Business Copywriter with Chanti Zak