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TransLash Podcast with Imara Jones
Cybersecurity for Trans People

TransLash Podcast with Imara Jones

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2022 50:51


Online harassment against trans people is becoming increasingly violent and sophisticated. In the wake of the stalking and doxxing of streamer Clara Santorini, aka Keffals, Imara traces the emergence of these kinds of coordinated attacks, and asks what we can do about it. First, she discusses Kiwi Farms, “Libs of TikTok,” and the other malicious actors with Harvard Cyberlaw Clinic instructor Alejandra Caraballo. She then speaks with the lead cybersecurity instructor at Tech Learning Collective about how we can better protect ourselves online and in our private digital communication. Follow TransLash Media @translashmedia on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook.Follow Imara Jones on Twitter (@ImaraJones) and Instagram (@Imara_jones_)Follow our guests on social media!Alejandra Caraballo: @esqueer_ (Twitter and Instagram)Tech Learning Collective: https://techlearningcollective.com TransTech: @TransTechSocial (Twitter and Instagram) TransLash Podcast is produced by Translash Media.Translash Team: Imara Jones, Oliver-Ash Kleine, Aubrey Calaway. Our intern is Mirana Munson-Burke.Xander Adams is our contributing producer.Digital strategy by Daniela Capistrano.Music: Ben Draghi and ZZK records.See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

Science Friday
Artemis Update, Stellar Art, AI for Mammography, Smoky Grapes, Harvesting Water From Air. Sept 16, 2022, Part 2

Science Friday

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2022 47:03


Pulling Water From Thin Air? It's Materials Science, Not Magic. You've probably seen a magic trick in which a performer makes a playing card, coin, or even a rabbit appear out of thin air. Writing in the journal Nature Communications, researchers at UT Austin describe an experiment where they seem to pull water out of dry air—but it's not magic, and it's not a trick. Carefully applied materials science and engineering allows the team to extract as much as six liters of water per day from one kilogram of their polymer, even in areas with 15% humidity. That's drier than the Sahara Desert. The material itself contains two main ingredients. First, a konjac gum, which can be found in Asian cooking, rapidly absorbs water from the air. (In scientific terms, it's a “hygroscopic material.”) The second ingredient, hydroxypropyl cellulose, responds dramatically to changes in temperature. So at lower temperatures, the team's polymer film absorbs water, but can rapidly release that water when the film is heated by the sun or artificial heating. Dr. Guihua Yu, a professor of materials science and mechanical engineering at UT Austin and one of the authors of the report, joins Ira to talk about the material, its applications, and what challenges remain before it can be put into widespread use. An AI Partnership May Improve Breast Cancer Screenings Reading a mammogram is a specialized skill, and one that takes a lot of training. Even expertly-trained radiologists may miss up to 20% of breast cancers present in mammograms, especially if a patient is younger or has larger, denser breasts. Researchers have been working since the advent of artificial intelligence to find ways to assist radiologists in making more accurate diagnoses. This July, a German research team, publishing in The Lancet Digital Health, found that when AI is used to help sort mammograms into low, uncertain, and high risk categories, a partnership between the radiologist and the algorithm leads to more accurate results. To explain how this result may be translated into real clinical settings, Ira talks to Harvard's Constance Lehman, a longtime researcher in the field of breast imaging. She talks about the promise of AI in breast cancer screening, its limitations, and the work ahead to ensure it actually serves patients. A Smoky Aftertaste: Keeping Wildfires Out Of Your Wine Glass Readers who love wine: It's time to have a serious talk. California, Washington and Oregon are three of our largest wine-producing states. They're also some of the states most prone to wildfires. The West Coast is in the midst of its wildfire season, which makes us wonder: How does smoke impact the wines that come from this region? And what could this mean for those who enjoy a Napa Valley merlot, or an Oregon pinot noir? There's an area of food science research dedicated to answering these questions. Factors like the length of smoke exposure, the chemical composition of that smoke, and the type of wine being created all factor into how the final wine product tastes. The best side of a smoked wine spectrum is a mild campfire flavor. The bad side is burning tires. Joining Ira to talk about how scientists are working to better understand how wildfire smoke impacts wine is Dr. Cole Cerrato, assistant professor of food science at Oregon State University in Corvallis, Oregon. Artemis Update: What Will It Take To Make It Back To The Moon? Sixty years ago this week, President John F. Kennedy gave an historic address at Rice University, in which he laid down a challenge to the nation and the world. “But why, some say, the moon? Why choose this as our goal? And they may well ask why climb the highest mountain? Why, 35 years ago, fly the Atlantic? Why does Rice play Texas? We choose to go to the moon. We choose to go to the moon in this decade and do the other things, not because they are easy, but because they are hard, because that goal will serve to organize and measure the best of our energies and skills, because that challenge is one that we are willing to accept, one we are unwilling to postpone, and one which we intend to win, and the others, too.” Six decades later, going to space is still hard. This week, a flight of Blue Origin's ‘New Shepard' rocket experienced ‘an anomaly' during a launch, triggering the escape system for the capsule (which, thankfully, was uncrewed.) And the Artemis 1 mission, the first test flight of America's planned return to the moon, is on hold while a leaking fuel line is addressed. Dr. John Blevins, the chief engineer for the Space Launch System, the massive rocket powering the Artemis 1 flight, joins Ira to provide an update on the mission, and why, after 60 years, the trip to the moon still contains so many challenges to be overcome.   This Astrophysicist Holds Star Data In The Palm Of Her Hand When you look into the sky, the space between stars looks empty and void—but it isn't. That's where stars are born. And since astronomers and astrophysicists can't reach these stellar nurseries, they rely on data collected by telescopes to peer into space. But what if you could hold part of the galaxy in their hands? Or peer into an orb and see the birthplace of stars? By combining astrophysics and art, that's exactly what Dr. Nia Imara does. She's a visual artist and assistant professor of astronomy at UC Santa Cruz, based in Santa Cruz, California. Imara talks with Ira about studying stellar nurseries, how she creates stellar nursery spheres, and what she can learn from holding them in her hand. Transcripts for each segment will be available the week after the show airs on sciencefriday.com.

TransLash Podcast with Imara Jones
Monkeypox and the Trans Community

TransLash Podcast with Imara Jones

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2022 61:48


As the United States struggles to contain the outbreak of Monkeypox, trans people are once again sidelined in our public health response. Amidst this sea of misinformation and erasure, Imara talks with two experts about the disease's spread and its impacts on our community. First, she sits down with physician and researcher Dr. Asa Radix to discuss Monkeypox's origins, symptoms, treatment options, and why the medical system has been so slow to respond. Next, Imara has an eye-opening conversation with statistician-epidemiologist Dr. Elle Lett about the disproportionate impact on Black trans people, the flaws in the public health response, and the stigma of a new “gay disease.” Follow TransLash Media @translashmedia on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook.Follow Imara Jones on Twitter (@ImaraJones) and Instagram (@Imara_jones_)Follow our guests on social media!Dr. Asa Radix: @AsaRadix (Twitter)Dr. Elle Lett: @madblqscientist (Instagram) and @ElleLettMDPhD (Twitter) TransLash Podcast is produced by Translash Media.Translash Team: Imara Jones, Oliver-Ash Kleine, Aubrey Calaway. Our intern is Mirana Munson-Burke.Xander Adams is our contributing producer.Digital strategy by Daniela Capistrano.Music: Ben Draghi and ZZK records.See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information. Our GDPR privacy policy was updated on August 8, 2022. Visit acast.com/privacy for more information.

TransLash Podcast with Imara Jones
Replay: Trans Reality with TS Madison

TransLash Podcast with Imara Jones

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 25, 2022 34:00


In this episode replay from 2021, Imara welcomes TS Madison, the incredible entrepreneur, entertainer, and star of the reality TV series The TS Madison Experience, for a colorful and insightful conversation. Madison opens up about living unapologetically as liberation, the difficulty of sharing so much of her family life, and living out dreams far beyond what she envisioned for herself. Follow our guests on social media!Follow TransLash Media @translashmedia on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook.Follow Imara Jones on Twitter (@ImaraJones) and Instagram (@Imara_jones_)Follow our guests on social media!TS Madison: @therealtsmadison (Instagram) @TsMadisonatl1 (Twitter) TransLash Podcast is produced by Translash Media.Translash Team: Imara Jones, Oliver-Ash Kleine, Aubrey Calaway. Our intern is Mirana Munson-Burke.Xander Adams is our contributing producer.Digital strategy by Daniela Capistrano.Music: Ben Draghi and ZZK records.See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information. Our GDPR privacy policy was updated on August 8, 2022. Visit acast.com/privacy for more information.

TransLash Podcast with Imara Jones
Black Girl Nerds: House of the Dragon

TransLash Podcast with Imara Jones

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 19, 2022 87:55


We're sharing a very special episode of the Black Girls Nerds podcast where Imara sits down host Jamie Broadnax to talk about gender and race in the new HBO series House of the Dragon, premiering Sunday, August 21st.Subscribe to the Black Girl Nerds Podcast on Apple Podcasts or wherever you listen: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/black-girl-nerds/id1056793768You can also follow Black Girl Nerds on Twitter and Instagram. Our GDPR privacy policy was updated on August 8, 2022. Visit acast.com/privacy for more information.

Black Girl Nerds
311: 'House of the Dragon' Chat with Imara Jones of Translash Media and Greta Johnsen of 'The Official Game of Thrones Podcast: House of the Dragon'

Black Girl Nerds

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 15, 2022 85:38


On this week's episode of the Black Girl Nerds podcast we're getting ready for House of the Dragon.  Or what we would like to refer to as #DragonsYall! As we prep for watching and live-tweeting we chat with experts and superfans of the A Song of Ice and Fire fandom! House of the Dragon premieres on HBO Sunday, August 21st. Segment 1: We welcome Imara Jones of Translash Media and host of the Translash Podcast.  She is an award-winning journalist, thought-leader, content creator and founder who pushes the envelope to help us think in new ways so that we can save ourselves and the world around us. Host: Jamie Segment 2: Greta Johnsen is the co-host of HBO Max's "The Official Game of Thrones Podcast: House of the Dragon". She also hosts WBEZ Chicago's Nerdette podcast, an interview show that helps listeners unwind from the week while doubling down on delight.  Host: Jamie and Angelica Music by: Sammus Edited by: Jamie Broadnax

TransLash Podcast with Imara Jones

From the work of Marsha P. Johnson and Sylvia Rivera to the Covid-19 pandemic, mutual aid has long been key to trans survival. To find out what trans mutual aid looks like today, Imara speaks with organizers Asanni Armon and Tuck Woodstock. First, Asanni explains how party-based organization For the Gworls is disrupting conventional approaches to fundraising and aid distribution for Black trans people. They discuss how their approach to crowdsourcing and collaborating with traditional non-profits has changed over the years. Next, Imara talks with Tuck Woodstock about the Gender Reveal mutual aid and grant program. They highlight the role of trust, frustration, and joy in this work, and the impact that a few hundred dollars can have amidst the systemic failure of the state.Follow TransLash Media @translashmedia on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook.Follow Imara Jones on Twitter (@ImaraJones) and Instagram (@Imara_jones_)Follow our guests on social media!Asanni Armon @asanniarmon (Instagram and Twitter)Tuck Woodstock: @tuckwoodstock (Twitter) @tuckwoodstockjr (Instagram) TransLash Podcast is produced by Translash Media.Translash Team: Imara Jones, Oliver-Ash Kleine, Aubrey Calaway. Our intern is Mirana Munson-Burke.Xander Adams is our contributing producer.Digital strategy by Daniela Capistrano.Music: Ben Draghi and ZZK records.See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Habari za UN
Utoaji chanjo kwa watoto duniani warudi nyuma, ingawa Uganda imekuwa imara- Ripoti

Habari za UN

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 15, 2022 2:51


Licha ya mwaka 2021 kutegemewa utakuwa mwaka bora wa utoaji chanjo kwa watoto wachanga baada ya janga la COVID-19 kuvuruga utoaji chanjo mwaka 2019 na 2020, ripoti iliyotolewa leo na Umoja wa Mataifa imeonyesha kiwango cha utoaji chanjo duniani kimeendelea kupungua mara dufu na kurudisha takwimu kwa miongo mitatu nyuma huku watoto milioni 25 wakikosa chanjo muhimu za kuokoa maisha yao. Leah Mushi ametuandalia taarifa zaidi Ripoti hiyo ya pamoja iliyotolewa leo jijini New York, MArekani na GEneva Uswisi na mashirika mawili ya Umoja wa Mataifa lile la Afya duniani WHO na la kuhudumia Watoto UNICEF  imeeleza kuwa utoaji wa chanjo dhidi ya dondakoo, pepopunda, kifaduro ulishuka kwa asilimia tano mwaka 2019 na mwaka 2021 imeshuka hadi asilimia 81. Mkurugenzi Mtendaji wa UNICEF Catherine Russell ameonya kuwa ripoti hiyo ni” tahadhari nyekundu juu ya afya ya Watoto “hata hivyo amesema hatari hiyo kubwa inaweza kuzuilika. “Janga la covid-19 sio sababu tena ya kutotoa chanjo na bado tunashuhudia utoaji chanjo ukishuka. Tunapaswa kuhakikisha kuna upatikanaji wa chanjo kwa mamilioni ya watoto waliokosa chanjo hizo la sivyo tutashuhudia mlipuko zaidi wa magonjwa, watoto wengi wata ugua na hii itaongeza shinikizo kubwa katika mifumo ya afya ambayo kwasasa tayari ipo kwenye matatizo.” Miongoni mwa sababu za ongezeko la watoto kutopata chanjo ni pamoja na kuongezeka kwa watoto wanaoishi kwenye maeneo yenye mapigano au mazingira hatarishi kiusalama ambayo ufikishaji wa chanjo umekuwa changamoto, kuongezeka kwa taarifa za uongo na upotoshaji kuhusu chanjo pamoja na changamoto nyingine zilizosababishwa na janga la COVID-. Hata hivyo Mkurugenzi Mkuu wa WHO Dkt. Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus amesema nchi zinapaswa kuhakikisha zinajipanga vyema na kuhakikisha kila eneo katika sekta ya afya linaguswa “Tunapopanga kupambana na COVID-19 tunapaswa pia kwenda sambamba na mipango ya utoaji chanjo ya magonjwa kama surau, nimonia na kuhara. Hapa sio swali la twende na hii au hii”. Hata hivyo ripoti hiyo imesifu nchi za Uganda na Pakistan kwa kuwa na mipango madhubuti wakati wakishughulikia janga la COVID-19 ambapo walijumuisha pia utoaji chanjo kwa watoto. Nchi zilizoathirika zaidi kwenye kushindwa kufikia idadi kubwa ya watoto kuwapatia chanjo ni zile za kipato cha chini na cha kati ambazo ni India, Nigeria, Indonesia, Ethiopia na Ufilipino na zinaongoza kwa kuwa na idadi kubwa zaidi ya watoto ambao hawajapata chanjo.  Nchi nyingine ambazo mwaka 2021 watoto wengi walikosa chanjo ni Myanmar na Msumbiji.

TransLash Podcast with Imara Jones
Trans Soul Music: Shea Diamond

TransLash Podcast with Imara Jones

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 14, 2022 31:54


Imara discusses the liberatory power of music with singer, songwriter, and activist Shea Diamond. They trace her journey of creative self-expression from childhood through Shea's experience of incarceration, including the origins of her hit anthems “I Am Her” and “I Am America.” She also highlights the judgment and tokenism that Black trans artists face in the music industry and shares her determination to claim ownership over this country in spite of overwhelming violence and erasure.Follow TransLash Media @translashmedia on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook.Follow Imara Jones on Twitter (@ImaraJones) and Instagram (@Imara_jones_)Follow our guests on social media!Alter Boy: @alterboyband (Instagram)Shea Diamond: @iamsheadiamond (Instagram and Twitter) TransLash Podcast is produced by Translash Media.Translash Team: Imara Jones, Oliver-Ash Kleine, Aubrey Calaway. Our intern is Mirana Munson-Burke.Xander Adams is our contributing producer.Digital strategy by Daniela Capistrano.Music: Ben Draghi and ZZK records.See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Missing Perspectives
She Talks Economics: A Conversation on Sri Lanka's Economic Crisis

Missing Perspectives

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 11, 2022 68:59


This week we are beginning our coverage of Sri Lanka's financial and political crisis. For this episode, Chiranthi, Shaheena and Imara sat down to discuss the causes of economic crisis currently rocking Sri Lanka, its impact on women and youth, and the actions that need to be taken to address the economic and financial crises. All three panelists are from Hype Sri Lanka, Sri Lanka's first youth empowerment incubator and think tank. Keep an eye out for upcoming articles and podcasts featuring other perspectives of the crisis.

TransLash Podcast with Imara Jones

Imara dives deep with internationally acclaimed author, speaker, poet, and comedian Alok Vaid-Menon. In this interview, Imara and Alok discuss the politicization of gender nonconformity, legibility and pride, and the divinity of trans life. Alok explains how they use comedy to cultivate joy and subvert cultural fears, and even shares a sneak peak from their current tour. Finally, Alok opens up about the recent death of their aunt and LGBTQ rights activist Urvashi Vaid, and their commitment to carrying on her legacy by supporting the next generation of trans youth.Follow TransLash Media @translashmedia on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook.Follow Imara Jones on Twitter (@ImaraJones) and Instagram (@Imara_jones_)Follow ALOK on Instagram (@alokvmenon) or on their website alokvmenon.comTransLash Podcast is produced by Translash Media.Translash Team: Imara Jones, Oliver-Ash Kleine, Aubrey Calaway. Our intern is Mirana Munson-Burke.Xander Adams is our contributing producer.Digital strategy by Daniela Capistrano.Music: Ben Draghi and ZZK records. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Harry Potter and the Sacred Text
Owl Post Edition: An Interview with Imara Jones!

Harry Potter and the Sacred Text

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2022 50:48


This week, Vanessa and Matt are joined by fellow podcaster and award-winning journalist Imara Jones to discuss her work founding Translash Media, a cross-platform journalism, personal storytelling and narrative effort, which produces content to shift the current culture of hostility towards transgender people in the US.Thanks to Barbara, Adeetee, Dasha, and our anonymous listener for their beautiful voicemail contributions. Next week we're reading Chapter 18, Moony, Wormtail, Padfoot, and Prongs, through the theme of Friendship.Listen to Imara on the Translash podcast here, and the Anti-Trans Hate Machine podcast here.A list of people, resources, and media Imara mentioned in the episode:Chase Strangio - Lawyer with the ACLUThe Trevor Project - Accurate information on gender identityLocal orgs in your state working to fight anti-trans bills - for example TENT in Texas Laverne Cox - actress Janet Mock - author and creator of PoseSarah McBride - Delaware state senator The historic Transgender District in San Francisco - the first legally recognized trans district in the worldThe Equality Federation  - for tracking anti-trans bills being introduced across the country--It's only two sickles to join S.P.E.W., and only two dollar to join our Patreon for extra bloopers every week! Please consider helping us fill our Gringotts vault so we can continue to make this show. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

TransLash Podcast with Imara Jones
BONUS: Audio Pride Parade

TransLash Podcast with Imara Jones

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 26, 2022 4:56


Welcome to the Acast Audio Pride Parade! On this stop, Imara reflects on the violence of erasure she experienced growing up in Atlanta, Georgia, and reminisces about her pre-covid Pride traditions. You can follow the Audio Pride Parade to the next stop on the Vulgaire podcast in Saint Brieuc, France on June 27.Follow TransLash Media @translashmedia on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook.Follow Imara Jones on Twitter (@ImaraJones) and Instagram (@Imara_jones_)TransLash Podcast is produced by Translash Media.Translash Team: Imara Jones, Oliver-Ash Kleine, Aubrey Calaway. Our intern is Mirana Munson-Burke.Xander Adams is our contributing producer.Digital strategy by Daniela Capistrano.Music: Ben Draghi and ZZK records. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

TransLash Podcast with Imara Jones
BONUS: Abortion Rights Are Trans Rights

TransLash Podcast with Imara Jones

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 25, 2022 45:09


In the wake of the Supreme Court overturning Roe v. Wade, the TransLash Podcast with Imara Jones is republishing an episode about the importance of reproductive justice, including body autonomy, trans affirming medical care, and abortion access for trans people. Imara sits down with Adaku Utah, National Organizer with the National Network of National Abortion Access Funds and Jack Qu'emi Gutierrez whose story is featured in our Trans Bodies, Trans Choices, Trans Month of Visibility film series. And for trans joy we speak with JB from Birthing Advocacy Doula Trainings.You can connect with us on social media!Follow TransLash Media @translashmedia on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook.Follow Imara Jones on Twitter (@ImaraJones) and Instagram (@Imara_jones_)Check out TransLash's trans-affirming guide to Roe v. Wade: https://translash.org/translashs-trans-affirming-guide-to-roe-v-wade/Follow our guests on social media!Jack Qu'emi Gutiérrez: @rabbitglitter (Instagram)Adaku Utah: @soularbliss (Instagram)Birthing Advocacy Doula Trainings:https://www.badoulatrainings.org/TransLash Podcast is produced by Translash Media.Translash Team: Imara Jones, Oliver-Ash Kleine, Callie Wright. Our intern is Mirana Munson-Burke.Alexander Charles Adams does the sound editing for our show.Digital strategy by Daniela Capistrano.Music: Ben Draghi and ZZK records. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

TransLash Podcast with Imara Jones
L Morgan Lee Makes Tony History in A Strange Loop

TransLash Podcast with Imara Jones

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2022 33:35


Imara is joined by L Morgan Lee, the first openly trans person to be nominated for a Tony Award. In their conversation, L Morgan reflects on how her groundbreaking role in A Strange Loop allowed her to more fully explore her own womanhood. She and Imara discuss the nuances of gender dysphoria, L Morgan's path to acting, and her experiences of storytelling as a process of self-discovery. In an emotional conclusion, L Morgan opens up about what it's like to have her childhood fantasy of sitting front row at an awards show come true. Follow TransLash Media @translashmedia on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook.Follow Imara Jones on Twitter (@ImaraJones) and Instagram (@Imara_jones_)Follow our guests on social media!The Theater Offensive: @outoffensive (Instagram) thetheateroffensive.org (website)L Morgan Lee: @lmorganlee (Instagram) lmorganlee.com (website)TransLash Podcast is produced by Translash Media.Translash Team: Imara Jones, Oliver-Ash Kleine, Aubrey Calaway. Our intern is Mirana Munson-Burke.Xander Adams is our contributing producer.Digital strategy by Daniela Capistrano.Music: Ben Draghi and ZZK records.See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Friends For Life
S2 E6: How We Show Up With Imara Jones

Friends For Life

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 13, 2022 66:49


Today's episode is dedicated to the memory and Spirit of Mama Nasrah Smith. What does it mean to "Show Up?" Why is it important?  On this final episode of Season 2, activist and host of TransLash podcast Imara Jones joins us to explore the responsibility we have to not just show up, but also show up as our true selves. We talk about the gifts of sharing compassion and empathy in times of grief and the dire importance of being honest with ourselves and others in this trying moment. Don't forget to follow our "Songs That Are Getting Us Through" playlist! 

AmsterdamFM Kunst en Cultuur
Wie Wat Bewaart vanuit het Allard Pierson | 10 juni 2022 | Imara Limon, Koloniale verhalen

AmsterdamFM Kunst en Cultuur

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 10, 2022 55:40


Wie Wat Bewaart # 10 juni 2022, Imara Limon, Amsterdam Museum

The Laura Flanders Show
Imara Jones: The Anti-Trans Hate Machine

The Laura Flanders Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 6, 2022 29:45


2022 will go down in history for the number of anti-trans bills introduced into state legislatures. Over 300 bills banning books, medical treatment, even access to the bathroom, have been introduced so far. Meanwhile, the Supreme Court seems poised to overturn Roe vs. Wade, allowing states to ban abortion. As extremists crank up the volume on hate — trans people, especially trans women of color, are facing an onslaught of violence. Today's guest, Imara Jones, has been featured on the cover of Time Magazine and POLITICO's 2021 “Recast Power List.” She's the producer of a podcast mini-series called “The Anti-Trans Hate Machine: A Plot Against Equality” and the creator of “TransLash Media”, a cross-platform journalism, personal storytelling, and narrative project, which seeks to shift the culture, create empathy and save trans lives. In this episode, Laura asks her what impacts these restrictions and increased control have on all of us.“We're already seeing doctors that treat trans people being targeted just like abortion doctors. That's a new thing that just happened this year.” - Imara Jones“There's an understanding by the people, the politicians, the organizations, and the billionaires that trans people will be the next fight in the gender wars, after what they anticipate, and have anticipated for over a year, to be their victory on abortion rights.” - Imara JonesGuests:Imara Jones: Founder and CEO, TransLash Media Full episode notes including related articles and LFShow episodes to watch and/or listen to are posted at https://Patreon.com/theLFShow. Patreon Members receive access to the FULL UNCUT CONVERSATION. We are listener & viewer sponsored. The show airs on 300+ Public Television households across the U.S., on over 40 community radio stations and as a podcast. Become a member at https://Patreon.com/theLFShow

Seasoned Sessions
93. Can you get catfished in 2022? Ft Imara Oshibanjo

Seasoned Sessions

Play Episode Listen Later May 14, 2022 44:02


Welcome back to Seasoned Sessions! In this week's episode, while Ada's on holiday, Hanifah's joined by Seasoned's newest addition, Imara. We talk about Ncuti Gatwa being named the new Doctor Who, a 12-year-old boy who was attacked by a woman with a paddle, and the return of Catfish UK. Get in touch with us at @seasonedsessionspod, @adaenechi, and @its_hanifahh. Have a great week!

From Shrooms To Skyrim
Episode 71: Black Girl Magic Vs White Privilege

From Shrooms To Skyrim

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 26, 2022 137:53


Matthew is lucky enough to have Imara Kataainama and Brandi Troupe fill in for Hiram this episode that after watching is sure to gain you new perspectives. You can find Imara and Brandi on IG! @imara_kataainama and @branditroupe_thatgirl

The Psychedologist
Kufikiri Imara and A Table of Our Own

The Psychedologist

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 26, 2022 53:08


Kufikiri comes on the podcast to talk about his journey in this life and a new project, called A Table of Our Own. The goal of A Table of Our Own is to create a documentary about a gathering of Black luminaries, highlight those doing great work in the psychedelic space and expand the reach of these important ways of healing to more Black people. Another wish is to further de-stigmatize these substances so that they're no longer seen as “White people stuff” and more as the natural balms and salves to Black people's psyches that we've been using for millennia. The conference will be a three-day, invite-only, all-Black affair. It will focus on those who've had experience in the areas of psychedelics and the arts, activism, academics, sciences, entrepreneur, cultivators, and those still working in the underground scene. The documentary will cover not only the conference but the current state of Black people in the psychedelic space as a whole. Link: https://www.atableofourown.org/ Insta: @kufikirihiariimara Bio: Kufikiri Imara; born and raised on unceded Huichin territory of the Ohlone people (Oakland, California). With parents that were involved in the Civil Rights and Black Power movements of the 1960's and 1970's, he grew up in a family and community that strongly emphasized cultural awareness and social responsibility. He volunteered with Green Earth Poets Society in NYC, bringing poetry to incarcerated African-American youth. He was an early member of the Entheogen Integration Circle in NYC, supporting marginalized communities within the larger psychedelic community. His past studies with Sacred Garden Community were focused on deepening his understanding as someone who holds space, and was focused on growing diversity. A former member of the Decriminalize Nature Oakland grassroots collective, after his efforts to help see the landmark resolution passed, he went on to head the DNO committee on Outreach, Education, Access, & Integration. He was part of the team of instructors for the first of its kind above ground training, with the former OLP, in Jamaica, on psychedelic assisted therapy that included engagement. He lent his voice to the Horizons Media documentary film Covid-19, Black Lives, & Psychedelics. He was the inaugural facilitator for the BIPOC Entheogen Integration Circle in partnership with the San Francisco Psychedelic Society. Kufikiri Imara is a globally recognized voice on championing the important issues of access, education, and inclusion within the larger psychedelic community.

TransLash Podcast with Imara Jones

Imara has an eye opening conversation with the one and only Janelle Monaé, an 8-time Grammy-nominated singer, songwriter, producer, actor, and one of the most celebrated voices of our time. In the interview, Janelle opens up about the challenges of exploring her queerness in the public eye, how she learned she didn't need to prove herself to anyone, and her brand new book, The Memory Librarian. Imara and Janelle also talk about the necessity to break free from our past in order to create the future we all want; moving beyond conventional ideas of sexual orientation and gender identity.This very special episode of our podcast is presented by Martell Blue Swift and Acast Creative.You can connect with us on social media!Follow TransLash Media @translashmedia on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook.Follow Imara Jones on Twitter (@ImaraJones) and Instagram (@Imara_jones_)Follow Janelle Monaé on social media and check out the Memory LibrarianJanelle Monaé: @JanelleMonae (Twitter), @janellemonae (Instagram)The Memory Librarian: https://www.harpercollins.com/pages/the-memory-librarianTransLash Podcast is produced by Translash Media.Translash Team: Imara Jones, Oliver-Ash Kleine, Callie Wright. Our intern is Mirana Munson-Burke.Xander Adams does the sound editing for our show.Digital strategy by Daniela Capistrano.Music: Ben Draghi and ZZK records. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

TransLash Podcast with Imara Jones
Trans Athletes Speak Out

TransLash Podcast with Imara Jones

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 7, 2022 37:21


Recently, swimmer Lia Thomas made history when she became the first known transgender athlete to win a division I National championship in any sport. Predictably, the blowback has been intense. With so much conversation again focused on trans athletes, we wanted to bring you an episode we did last year that features two groundbreaking trans athletes telling their own stories.First CeCé Telfer, the first openly trans woman to win a National Collegiate Athletic Association title, joins Imara to discuss her historic win, how the attacks on trans girls in sports is rooted in anti-Black racism, and how she continues to follow her passion despite the backlash.Plus, Chris Mosier, the first openly trans athlete to represent the US in an international competition, comes on the show to discuss his career and the importance of making space for other trans athletes.And, for our moment of Trans Joy this episode, we celebrate Luca Page who started RadicallyFit, a gym that centers queer, trans, POC, big bodied and fat identified people.You can connect with us on social media!Follow TransLash Media @translashmedia on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook.Follow Imara Jones on Twitter (@ImaraJones) and Instagram (@Imara_jones_)Follow our guests on social media!CeCé Telfer: @cecetelfer (Instagram)Chris Mosier: @thechrismosier (Instagram)Radically Fit:https://www.radicallyfitoakland.com/aboutTransLash Podcast is produced by Translash Media. Translash Team: Imara Jones, Oliver-Ash Kleine, Callie Wright. Our intern is Mirana Munson-Burke. Xander Adams does the sound editing for our show.Digital strategy by Daniela Capistrano. Music: Ben Draghi and ZZK records. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

TransLash Podcast with Imara Jones
Trans Bodies, Trans Choices

TransLash Podcast with Imara Jones

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 24, 2022 42:33


As a critical Supreme Court ruling on abortion looms, this TransLash episode focuses on the importance of reproductive justice, including body autonomy, trans affirming medical care, and abortion access for trans people. Imara sits down with Adaku Utah, National Organizer with the National Network of National Abortion Access Funds and Jack Qu'emi Gutierrez whose story is featured in our Trans Bodies, Trans Choices, Trans Month of Visibility film series. And for trans joy we speak with JB from Birthing Advocacy Doula Trainings.You can connect with us on social media!Follow TransLash Media @translashmedia on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook.Follow Imara Jones on Twitter (@ImaraJones) and Instagram (@Imara_jones_)Follow our guests on social media!Jack Qu'emi Gutiérrez: @rabbitglitter (Instagram)Adaku Utah: @soularbliss (Instagram)Birthing Advocacy Doula Trainings:https://www.badoulatrainings.org/TransLash Podcast is produced by Translash Media. Translash Team: Imara Jones, Oliver-Ash Kleine, Callie Wright. Our intern is Mirana Munson-Burke. Alexander Charles Adams does the sound editing for our show.Digital strategy by Daniela Capistrano. Music: Ben Draghi and ZZK records. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

From Shrooms To Skyrim
Episode 60: WuPorn

From Shrooms To Skyrim

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 18, 2022 89:35


The duo is joined by the very worldly and wonderful Imara Kataanima for a lively discussion about bucket-list travel destinations, The Last Kingdom, parenthood, the prospects of a dystopian reality, Mike Tyson n more! You can find Imara here on IG @imara_kataainama https://www.instagram.com/imara_kataainama/

TransLash Podcast with Imara Jones
The Anti-Trans Hate Machine Rolls On

TransLash Podcast with Imara Jones

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 10, 2022 42:16


The attacks on trans people all over the country have ramped up again this year. This week, Imara delves back into the Anti Trans Hate Machine to bring you up to speed on the latest. First we talk with Lizette Trujillo, a mother fighting for her trans son in Arizona. She tells us how these bills have hurt her family, her son, and her community,Next we talk to Vivian Topping, Director of Advocacy and Civic Engagement at Equality Federation. She shares with us her deep and unique understanding of the challenges we're facing, and how to overcome them.You can connect with us on social media!Follow TransLash Media @translashmedia on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook.Follow Imara Jones on Twitter (@ImaraJones) and Instagram (@Imara_jones_)Follow our guests on social media!Lizette Trujillo: @ZettieTweets (twitter)Equality Federation: @equalityfed (Twitter and Instagram) Bentley Hudgins: @Bentley4Georgia (Twitter and Instagram)TransLash Podcast is produced by Translash Media. Translash Team: Imara Jones, Oliver-Ash Kleine, Callie WrightIntern: Mirana Munson-BurkeSound editing: Alexander Charles AdamsDigital & social media strategy: Daniela CapistranoMusic: Ben Draghi and ZZK records See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Rockys Einschlaf-Technik
Stabtaschenlampe

Rockys Einschlaf-Technik

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 4, 2022 19:21


Imara (7 Jahre alt) hat Tino Rockenberg die Bedienungsanleitung ihrer Stabtaschenlampe geschickt. Und die liest er mit sanfter Stimme in dieser Folge vor.

TransLash Podcast with Imara Jones
A New Black Trans Civil Rights Agenda

TransLash Podcast with Imara Jones

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 24, 2022 45:56


We often use words and phrases like freedom, liberation, and civil rights in the advocacy work that we do. These themes are at the core of almost all the conversations we have on the podcast. This week Imara has illuminating conversations with two Black trans visionaries. Our first guest, Qween Jean, is the founder of Black Trans Liberation. She's an activist and artist who's critical work centers Black trans people in the fight for racial equity.Then Imara talks to Kayla Gore, the co-founder of My Sistah's House, a fully fledged aid and advocate organization that started as an emergency shelter with 8 beds.You can connect with us on social media!Follow TransLash Media @translashmedia on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook.Follow Imara Jones on Twitter (@ImaraJones) and Instagram (@Imara_jones_)Follow our guests on social media!Qween Jean: @qweenjean (Instagram)Kayla Gore: @ms_kaylagore (Instagram)THORN Self Defense@thornselfdefense (Instagram)TransLash Podcast is produced by Translash Media. Translash Team: Imara Jones, Oliver-Ash Kleine, Callie Wright, Montana Thomas, and Yannick Eike Mirko. Our intern is Mirana Munson-Burke. Alexander Charles Adams does the sound editing for our show.Digital strategy by Daniela Capistrano. Music: Ben Draghi and ZZK records. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

TransLash Podcast with Imara Jones
The Biden Presidency One Year Later

TransLash Podcast with Imara Jones

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 27, 2022 42:22


In this first episode of 2022, Imara looks back on the first year of what the Biden Presidency has meant at the national level for trans and queer communities, especially those at the intersections of race and immigrant status, with groundbreaking journalist Farai Chideya. For a different perspective of what it's like politically at the state level, we hear from Oklahoma Representative, Mauree Turner.You can connect with us on social media!Follow TransLash Media @translashmedia on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook.Follow Imara Jones on Twitter (@ImaraJones) and Instagram (@Imara_jones_)Follow our guests on social media!Farai Chideya: @farai (Twitter)Our Body Politic: @ourbodypolitic (Twitter) @ourbodypolitic (Instagram)Mauree Turner: @MaureeTurnerOK (Instagram) @MaureeTurnerOK (Twitter)LGBTQ Victory Fund: @VictoryFund (Twitter) @VictoryFund (Instagram)TransLash Podcast is produced by Translash Media. Translash Team: Imara Jones, Oliver-Ash Kleine, Callie Wright, Montana Thomas, and Yannick Eike Mirko. Our intern is Mirana Munson-Burke. Alexander Charles Adams does the sound editing for our show.Digital strategy by Daniela Capistrano. Music: Ben Draghi and ZZK records. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Good Life Project
Imara Jones | On the Power of Representation

Good Life Project

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 20, 2022 57:16


Imagine walking through life, knowing who you are, but not feeling like you can live as that person? That was how my guest today, Imara Jones, experienced the first half of her life, before making a series of choices that would allow her to feel safe and supported stepping back into her own life, on her terms. Imara is the Emmy and Peabody Award-winning founder of TransLash Media, a cross-platform journalism, personal storytelling and narrative project, which produces content to shift the current culture of hostility towards transgender people in the US. As part of her work at TransLash, she hosts the WEBBY-nominated, TransLash Podcast with Imara Jones as well as the investigative, limited series, The Anti-Trans Hate Machine. In 2019, she chaired the first-ever UN High-Level Meeting on Gender Diversity and was featured on the cover of Time Magazine in 2020 as part of its New American Revolution special edition. She's held economic policy posts in the White House and communications positions at Viacom. Imara's work as a host, on-air news analyst, contributor, and writer has been featured everywhere from The Guardian, The Nation, MSNBC, CNBC, and NPR to Mic, and Colorlines, and focuses on the full range of social justice and equity issues. We explore Imara's experiences growing up in a family and culture where revealing and living her truth felt not just uncomfortable, but unsafe, how that experience is universal to so many, and how she made choices that effectively empowered her to reclaim a sense of agency, identity, and purpose. And, we explore the power of representation in media, stories, and everyday life as a vehicle to open minds, conversation, and cultivate understanding, connection and the sense of shared humanity we all long for, especially now.You can find Imara at: Website | Instagram | TransLash PodcastIf you LOVED this episode:You'll also love the conversations we had with Thomas Page McBee.My new book Sparked.Check out our offerings & partners: Squarespace: Squarespace is the all-in-one solution for anyone looking to create a beautiful website. Check Out Squarespace.com for a free trial, and when you are ready to launch go to squarespace.com/GLP and use offer code: GLP to save 10% off your first purchase of a website or domain.Outschool: Inspire kids to love learning with Outschool classes. It's 100% fun, live & teacher-led. Explore over 100,000 topics and learn in small groups via Zoom. Perfect for ages 3-18. Join for free. To learn more about all Outschool has to offer and to save $15 off your child's first class go to Outschool.com/GOODLIFEScribd: The world's largest digital library. Enjoy millions of eBooks, audiobooks, magazines, podcasts, sheet music, and documents. Right now, Scribd is offering our listeners 2 months of Scribd for only $0.99. Go to try dot scribd.com/GOODLIFE to get your first two months for less than $1. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Habari za UN
Methali: Imara ya Jembe kaingoje shambani

Habari za UN

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 31, 2021 1:20


Leo katika kujifunza Kiswahili tunapata ufafanuzi wa maana ya methali, "IMARA YA JEMBE KAINGOJE SHAMBANI" na mchambuzi wetu ni Josephat Gitonga, kutoka Kenya ambaye ni mhadhiri katika Chuo Kikuu cha Nairobi kwenye kitivo cha tafsiri na ukalimani.

TransLash Podcast with Imara Jones
Taking Care Of Yourself During The Holidays

TransLash Podcast with Imara Jones

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 23, 2021 44:05


The Holidays can be a tough time for trans people which is why taking care of ourselves is so important this time of the year. In this last episode before the New Year, Imara sits down to talk with Chase Strangio about the ways in which trans people are leading with love through the Trans Santa, mutual-aid fund for trans youth. And with Emanuel Brown, Executive Director of the Acorn Center for Restoration and Freedom about ways that we can ground ourselves against a backdrop of pain and loss. You can connect with us on social media!Follow TransLash Media @translashmedia on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook.Follow Imara Jones on Twitter (@imarajones) and Instagram (@imara_jones_)Follow our guests on social media!Chase Strangio: @chasestrangio (Instagram) @chasestrangio (Twitter)Emanuel H. Brown: @emanuelhbrown (Instagram) @blacklovecon (Twitter)Acorn Center for Restoration and Freedom: @acorncenter4freedom (Instagram) TransLash Podcast is produced by Translash Media. Translash Team: Imara Jones, Oliver-Ash Kleine, Jaye McAuliffe, Montana Thomas, and Yannick Eike Mirko. Our intern is Mirana Munson-Burke. Alexander Charles Adams does the sound editing for our show.Digital strategy by Daniela Capistrano. Music: Ben Draghi and ZZK records. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Psychedelics Today
PT278 – Ayize Jama-Everett, Courtney Watson, Leticia Brown, and Kufikiri Imara – A Table of Our Own

Psychedelics Today

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 21, 2021 89:26


In this episode of the podcast, Joe interviews Ayize Jama-Everett, Courtney Watson, Leticia Brown, and Kufikiri Imara of A Table of Our Own: a for-Black-people by-Black-people psychedelic conference and documentary. www.psychedelicstoday.com

TransLash Podcast with Imara Jones
Replay: Native Americans and Trans Rights

TransLash Podcast with Imara Jones

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 25, 2021 38:58


In this Native American History Month replay special from 2020, Imara discusses with Deb Haaland, now Secretary of the Interior and former Congresswoman, how her Navajo heritage inspires her to fight for trans rights. Geo Neptune, the first out Two-Spirit, non-binary and trans elected official in Maine, also discusses the importance of teaching indigenous culture in schools.You can connect with us on social media!Follow TransLash Media @translashmedia on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook.Follow Imara Jones on Twitter (@imarajones) and Instagram (@imara_jones_)Follow our guests on social media!Deb Haaland: @DebHaalandNM (Instagram) @DabHaalandNM (Twitter)Geo Neptune: @niskapisuwin (Instagram) @passamahottie (Twitter)Melania Brown: @melania__brown (Instagram) @melaniabrown11 (Twitter)TransLash Podcast is produced by Translash Media. Translash Team: Imara Jones, Oliver-Ash Kleine, Jaye McAuliffe, Montana Thomas, and Yannick Eike Mirko. Our intern is Mirana Munson-Burke. Alexander Charles Adams does the sound editing for our show.Digital strategy by Daniela Capistrano. Music: Ben Draghi and also courtesy of ZZK records. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

TransLash Podcast with Imara Jones
Netflix v. The Trans Community

TransLash Podcast with Imara Jones

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2021 49:14


Host Imara Jones peers behind the curtain of Netflix to see what the Dave Chappelle controversy reveals about the operations and values of the streaming giant, as well as what the fallout might signal for Hollywood overall. Imara sits down with B Pagels-Minor, the Black trans employee fired by the company at the height of the public backlash surrounding the comedian, and Zoë Schiffer, Senior Reporter at The Verge, who broke story after story about Netflix's handling of the criticism.Follow our guests on social media!B. Pagels-Minor @bpagelsminor (Twitter) @bpagelsminor (Instagram)Zoë Schiffer @ZoeSchiffer (Twitter)TransLash Podcast is produced by Translash Media. Translash Team: Imara Jones, Oliver-Ash Kleine, Jaye McAuliffe, Montana Thomas, and Yannick Eike Mirko. Our intern is Mirana Munson-Burke. Alexander Charles Adams does the sound editing for our show.Digital strategy by Daniela Capistrano. Music: Ben Draghi and also courtesy of ZZK records. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Art Beauty
Vegan Beauties Finally Have a Plant-based Supplement! Introducing IMARAÏS Beauty By Sommer Ray.

Art Beauty

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2021 35:42


Beauty gummies have been popping up for everything from vitamin C to Melatonin, but Imaraïs Beauty is taking the supplement world by storm and has introduced the first vegan-friendly plant-based and sugar-free skincare gummies to market. These supplements utilize plant-based micronutrients with an advanced delivery system to brighten, firm and restore skin balance at the cellular level.Our guest and co-founder, Felicia Hershenhorn, saw the need for a vegan-friendly supplement after her own lifestyle shift – losing 80 pounds and clearing her acne by going plant-based – led her to the difficult decision to move on from law to pursue her passion in skincare.When IMARAÏS Beauty was ready to launch, she knew they needed a strong ambassador to help spread the message, and so she met turned to social media star Sommer Ray.We talk to the lawyer-turned-beauty-entrepreneur about why she decided to get into the beauty supplement game, what it's like to partner with an influencer, and how these supplements bridge the gap between functional wellness and beauty.

All Ears with Abigail Disney
Imara Jones, Part 2: The Strategy Of Hate

All Ears with Abigail Disney

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2021 26:09


This week on All Ears it's the second part of our two-part interview with journalist and activist Imara Jones. Abby and Imara talk in-depth about “The Anti-Trans Hate Machine”, a fantastic 4-part podcast by Imara and Translash Media. It's an investigative series that looks into the political activities of powerful far-right wing Christians to advocate for and help create laws that discriminate against trans people. One of the most influential people in this sphere of influence is former Trump Education Secretary Betsy DeVos, whose family has reportedly donated over $200 million to Republicans and Republican causes. Imara walks Abby through the agenda of Dominionism, a theology that seeks to elect and install a Christian nationalist government based on biblical law. Sharing audio and details of her reporting, Imara paints a dramatic portrait of a coordinated, well-funded effort to influence democratic institutions by using anti-trans legislation as a cultural wedge. You won't want to miss this one.Last week in part one Imara and Abby covered the Netflix/Dave Chappelle controversy, Please take a listen if you haven't had the chance!EPISODE LINKS: The Anti-Trans Hate Machine Podcast, on A-CastACLU, Legislation Affecting LGBT Rights Across the CountryThe Gathering Conference Politico, Trump's education pick says reform can ‘advance God's kingdom', 2016 Rolling Stone, Betsy DeVos' Holy War, 2017 Mother Jones, Betsy DeVos Wants to Use America's Schools to Build 'God's Kingdom', 2017 Vanity Fair, The Strange Ascent of Betsy DeVos and Erik Prince, 2018 Politico, A look at DeVos family philanthropic giving, 2018The Daily Beast, The $1-Billion-a-Year Right-Wing Conspiracy You Haven't Heard Of, 2014Sludge, America's Biggest Christian Charity Funnels Tens of Millions to Hate Groups, 2019Political Research Associates, Christian Reconstructionism, 1994The Texas Observer, The Radical Theology That Could Make Religious Freedom a Thing of The Past, 2016

All Ears with Abigail Disney
Imara Jones, Part 1: Masculinity Can Be A Fragile Thing

All Ears with Abigail Disney

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 22, 2021 33:32


This week on All Ears, Abby is joined by Imara Jones. Imara is an activist, journalist and the creator of TransLash Media, a cross-platform journalism, storytelling and narrative project. She's also the host of the TransLash podcast, a show that centers trans narratives and experience. Imara's and Abby's conversation was so rich and varied, we decided to split it up into two episodes. In this week's conversation, she discusses the love and acceptance she found in her family after transitioning, the immense and intractable power of storytelling, and what went wrong in Dave Chappelle's most recent Netflix special, ‘The Closer.' Tune in for a compelling and insightful conversation about why we should all be invested in the fight to protect black trans women. TransLash Media Translash, Episode 3: Family MattersTime, Imara Jones: Why Black Trans Women Are Essential To Our FutureThe Guardian, Trans black and loved: what happened when I returned to the deep south after transitioningNPR, Amid Wave Of Anti-Trans Bills, Trans Reporters Say 'Telling Our Own Stories' Is Vital New York Times, Dave Chappelle's Brittle Ego IndieWire, Dave Chappelle's Last Netflix Special Is a Season Finale With Nothing New to SayNew York Times, Netflix employee who criticized Dave Chappelle's comedy special is among three suspendedNew York Times, Netflix workers plan a walkout as fallout over Dave Chappelle continues

Cancel Me, Daddy
Shame on Chappelle (ft. Imara Jones)

Cancel Me, Daddy

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2021 43:36


It wouldn't be Cancel Me, Daddy if we didn't delve into Dave Chappelle's horrible, new Netflix special "The Closer." Katelyn and Oliver are joined by the one and only Imara Jones of TransLash Media who shares her sharp analysis and insightful perspective on the hateful special who's actually being silenced. The trio discuss how Netflix can't "carbon offset" bigotry, the ways this special puts Black trans women especially at risk, and the problem with hate being profitable. Cancel Me, Daddy was also recently nominated for an award through Discover Pods! You can support us by voting for us here (https://bit.ly/3va2Jej) under the Best Society and Culture Podcast category.

TransLash Podcast with Imara Jones
Money, Power and A Radical Vision

TransLash Podcast with Imara Jones

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2021 35:29


Over the past three episodes of our first ever mini-series, Imara has detailed the institutions that are the major components of the anti-trans hate machine. But in this episode we dive into the people funding this machine and why. We enter into the shadows of the anti-trans movement and unpack how their hate intersects with a larger, even darker agenda. You can connect with us on social media!Follow TransLash Media @translashmedia on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook.Follow Imara Jones on Twitter (@imarajones) and Instagram (@imara_jones_)Follow our guests on social media:Andy Kroll: @andykroll (Twitter)Anne Nelson: @anelsona (Instagram) @anelsona (Twitter)Frederick Clarkson: @FredClarkson (Twitter)Heron Greenesmith: @herongio (Instagram) @herongio (Twitter)Organizations mentioned in this episode:Council For National PolicyNational Christian FoundationThe Dick and Betsy DeVos Family FoundationThe Prince FoundationThe Richard and Helen DeVos Foundation Podcast Credits: Executive Producer and host, Imara Jones; Oliver-Ash Kleine is Senior Producer.Tiler Wilson, Annie Ning and Ruby Fludzinski are our Associate Producers. Sydney Bauer is our Researcher. Audrey Quinn edited this series. Sound design and mixing by Alexander Charles Adams. Montana Thomas is our production coordinator. Audio engineering and production from Jaye McAuliffe. Sound editing and production from Callie Wright. Gillian Branstetter handles PR with additional support from Elle Communications. Digital strategy by Daniela Capistrano of DCAP MEDIA. Social media & production assistance by Yannick Eike Mirko. Justin Kloczko is our fact-checker. And our intern is Jordan Mirana.The music you heard was composed by Ben Draghi and also courtesy ZZK Records See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

The Anti-Trans Hate Machine: A Plot Against Equality
Money, Power and A Radical Vision

The Anti-Trans Hate Machine: A Plot Against Equality

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2021 35:29


Over the past three episodes of our first ever mini-series, Imara has detailed the institutions that are the major components of the anti-trans hate machine. But in this episode we dive into the people funding this machine and why. We enter into the shadows of the anti-trans movement and unpack how their hate intersects with a larger, even darker agenda. You can connect with us on social media!Follow TransLash Media @translashmedia on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook.Follow Imara Jones on Twitter (@imarajones) and Instagram (@imara_jones_)Follow our guests on social media:Andy Kroll: @andykroll (Twitter)Anne Nelson: @anelsona (Instagram) @anelsona (Twitter)Frederick Clarkson: @FredClarkson (Twitter)Heron Greenesmith: @herongio (Instagram) @herongio (Twitter)Organizations mentioned in this episode:Council For National PolicyNational Christian FoundationThe Dick and Betsy DeVos Family FoundationThe Prince FoundationThe Richard and Helen DeVos Foundation Podcast Credits: Executive Producer and host, Imara Jones; Oliver-Ash Kleine is Senior Producer.Tiler Wilson, Annie Ning and Ruby Fludzinski are our Associate Producers. Sydney Bauer is our Researcher. Audrey Quinn edited this series. Sound design and mixing by Alexander Charles Adams. Montana Thomas is our production coordinator. Audio engineering and production from Jaye McAuliffe. Sound editing and production from Callie Wright. Gillian Branstetter handles PR with additional support from Elle Communications. Digital strategy by Daniela Capistrano of DCAP MEDIA. Social media & production assistance by Yannick Eike Mirko. Justin Kloczko is our fact-checker. And our intern is Jordan Mirana.The music you heard was composed by Ben Draghi and also courtesy ZZK Records Our GDPR privacy policy was updated on August 8, 2022. Visit acast.com/privacy for more information.

NYC Trans Oral History Project
Interview of Imara Jones

NYC Trans Oral History Project

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2021 61:50


Imara Jones reflects on the challenges and rewards of producing independent media for diverse millennial audiences, including her talk show The Last Sip and her docuseries Translash. She addresses the high level of visibility for trans people that marks our current moment, pointing out the limits of this visibility, including tokenization and the pressure to monetize trans identity. Reflecting on early experiences in New York in clubs, on the piers, and at balls, Imara charts how social spaces and networks lay a groundwork for political mobilization.

AWR - Jarida la redio ya Waadvenista Ulimwenguni

Ndoa kama nyumba imara

AWR Swahili / Kiswahili / لغة سواحلية

Ndoa kama nyumba imara

Mwalimu Huruma Gadi
A7:Misingi Imara Ya Ustawi Wa Kweli

Mwalimu Huruma Gadi

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 29, 2021 90:07


Misingi Imara Ya Ustawi Wa Kweli

Mwalimu Huruma Gadi
A6:Misingi Imara Ya Ustawi Wa Kweli

Mwalimu Huruma Gadi

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 28, 2021 94:30


Misingi Imara Ya Ustawi Wa Kweli

Mwalimu Huruma Gadi
A5:Misingi Imara Ya Ustawi Wa Kweli

Mwalimu Huruma Gadi

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 27, 2021 28:43


Misingi Imara Ya Ustawi Wa Kweli

The BLK Directory Podcast With Diamond Young
Black Grl Things with Imara Allen

The BLK Directory Podcast With Diamond Young

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 27, 2021 37:32


Episode #4 here and we're spending time with Imara Allen, 1 out of 4 of the creators of Black Grl Things.  Imara takes us through the journey of how and why the page was created. She also shares how they were able to stand out on Instagram and grow a community of over 95K followers. In this episode, we discuss:What's Black Grl Things? (1:50)Creating a safe space for black women (5:40)Receiving criticism on social media (10:20)Growing from 5K to 90K followers on Instagram (13:25)How to stay authentic after massive growth (21:00) The importance of being around other black creators (28:00)What's next (35:28)Check us out in the app store:iOS App StoreGoogle Play StoreLearn about BLK DirectorySocials:@blkdirectory@diamondunlimited_@blackgrlthingsHave a question or topic for us to discuss on the podcast? Submit your request hereJoin our private Facebook community for entrepreneurs here

The Anti-Trans Hate Machine: A Plot Against Equality

In the third episode of the TransLash Media's mini-series The Anti-Trans Hate Machine, Imara investigates the influence the Heritage Foundation had in infusing anti-trans ideology into the government during Trump's presidency—a legacy the Biden administration is still trying to unravel. Through that investigation, Imara shares what she's learned about one man who orchestrated many of those attacks on trans rights. Plus, we hear the stories of two brave women fighting against one of the most vicious attacks and suing the government to make sure trans people have equal access to healthcare. You can connect with us on social media!Follow TransLash Media @translashmedia on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook.Follow Imara Jones on Twitter (@imarajones) and Instagram (@imara_jones_)Follow our guests on social media:Cecilia Gentili: @ceciliagentili72 (Instagram) @CeciliaGentili (Twitter)Jason Starr: @jasonestarr (Instagram) @jasonestarr (Twitter)Sharita Gruberg: @SharitaGruberg (Twitter)Tanya Asapansa Johnson-Walker: @tanyaasapansa (Instagram) @tanyaasapansa63 (Twitter)Organizations mentioned in this episode:Heritage Foundation: @heritagefoundation (Instagram) @heritage (Twitter)Podcast Credits: Executive Producer and host, Imara Jones; Oliver-Ash Kleine is Senior Producer.Tiler Wilson, Annie Ning and Ruby Fludzinski are our Associate Producers. Sydney Bauer is our Researcher. Audrey Quinn edited this series. Sound design and mixing by Alexander Charles Adams. Montana Thomas is our production coordinator. Audio engineering and production from Jaye McAuliffe. Sound editing and production from Callie Wright. Gillian Branstetter handles PR with additional support from Elle Communications. Digital strategy by Daniela Capistrano of DCAP MEDIA. Social media & production assistance by Yannick Eike Mirko. Justin Kloczko is our fact-checker. And our intern is Jordan Mirana.The music you heard was composed by Ben Draghi and also courtesy ZZK Records Our GDPR privacy policy was updated on August 8, 2022. Visit acast.com/privacy for more information.

The Brown Girls Guide to Politics
Imara Jones: “Be brave even when you think you can't.”

The Brown Girls Guide to Politics

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 8, 2020 25:06


For more information on TransLash, https://translash.org/about/The Brown Girls Guide to Politics Podcast is all about amplifying the voices of women who are too often forgotten in media coverage. Host A'shanti Gholar leads conversations with women changing the face of politics. In the BGG to Politics blog, A'shanti created a space for women of color to learn about the current state of politics, to support others breaking into the political sphere, and to celebrate incredible women changing the course of the country. A'shanti founded the blog in 2018 and Wonder Media Network is thrilled to extend her platform to audio.Follow The BGG:WebsiteTwitterInstagramFollow Wonder Media Network:WebsiteTwitterInstagramFollow She the People:WebsiteTwitter Instagram Special thanks to ActBlue for its support of our show! ActBlue's powerful fundraising platform makes it easy for grassroots supporters to make their voices heard and helps thousands of Democratic campaigns, progressive organizations, and nonprofits build people-powered movements. Small-dollar donors are on track to give $4 billion via ActBlue this cycle, with an average contribution size of about $30. Visit secure.actblue.com/about to become a small dollar donor yourself.Black Lives Matters MovementThe Black Alliance for Just Immigration (BAJI)Color of ChangeThe Movement for Black LivesThe NAACP Legal Defense and Educational FundThe UndocuBlack Network