Theoretical framework of multidimensional oppression
Hosted and produced by Kathryn MacKay Guest: Floor Cuijpers and Petra Verdonk Paper: Floor Cuijpers, Maaike Muntinga, Minne Bakker, Gönül Dilaver, Mariëtte van den Hoven and Petra Verdonk,“Who Am I to Judge These Things”: Intersectional Dimensions of Self-Silencing of People with a Neuromuscular Disease in a Clinical Trial,' IJFAB 15:2. Transcript: provided by Otter.ai Music: The City Sleeps by Death by Ginger
Join Drs Russo, Kumnick, and Gomez-Lobo as they discuss An intersectional analysis of contraceptive types chosen among sexual minority women: A nationally representative study from the June 2022 issue. https://www.contraceptionjournal.org/article/S0010-7824(22)00009-9/fulltext
In this episode Deanna Parvin Yadollahi shares their journey of self-discovery, self-love, and ensuing advocacy for access, not just for themself, but for the range of diverse humans within their learning community, and the wider community. A wealth of experiences and knowledge, Deanna broadens our understanding of the many meanings of access, and why access is so important. I hope you will benefit from Deanna's insight as much as I have. Deanna Parvin Yadollahi (they/them) Bio Deanna Parvin Yadollahi (they/them) is a FAT, DISABLED, NEURODIVERGENT, MAD, non-binary, diasporic mixed-race Iranian and Toltec-Mexican community activist, organizer, and dog parent with 8 years of disability justice scholar-art-activism about collaboratively undoing ABLEISM and INTERSECTING OPPRESSIONS, especially as it relates to COLLECTIVE ACCESSIBILITY. They hope to enact institutional change and radical reimagination that will lead to more supportive and just realities through community-building, resource-creating, presenting, writing, and via Deanna's Creative Access Consulting practice. Their work is based in deep appreciation for DISABILITY JUSTICE, which is INTERSECTIONAL and CALLS FOR CROSS-MOVEMENT SOLIDARITY as well as COMMUNITY-ADVOCATED ACCESSIBILITY PRACTICES. Deanna studied Disability Studies at the graduate level, and most highly values knowledge that is co-created within their communities. Deanna acknowledges, with respect, that they are a settler on the unceded, traditional lands of the KIZH NATION. They support the LANDBACK MOVEMENT, CLIMATE JUSTICE, acknowledging historic oppression and intergenerational trauma, and dismantling its continuations today. At this time, you can visit DEANNA'S WORKING DRAFT WEBSITE (BIT.LY/D-Y-SCHOLARSHIP)! Links Mentioned Aimi Hamraie - Building Access: Universal Design and the Politics of Disability (free online book) Deanna's LinkedIn Learning Course: One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest Film Talila Lewis (no gender pronouns) Working Definition of Ableism Abled Advocators Article A Resolution in Support of Inclusion and Accessibility for Students with Disabilities Adrienne Maree Brown - Pleasure Activism Alice Sheppard - Intersectional Disability Arts Manifesto Stay Connected with Diana Diana's Website Free Resource - 5 Keys to Going Beyond Awareness Beyond Awareness: Bringing Disability into Diversity in K-12 Schools & Communities - Diana's Book Ed Roberts: Champion of Disability Rights - Diana's Children's Book Ed Roberts: Champion of Disability Rights Thematic Unit/ Disability History Lesson Plans "Beyond Awareness" Digital Course Diana's TEDx Talk Beyond Awareness Facebook Page Diana on Instagram Beyond Awareness Tote Bag Beyond Awareness Pullover Hoodie Beyond Awareness Raglan Baseball T-Shirt Beyond Awareness Journal/Notebook Diana's Teachers Pay Teachers Store - Disability as Diversity Diana's Brand New Resource: Beyond Disability Awareness: An Educator's Guide, Published by National Professional Resources, Inc. (NPR, Inc.) Credits and Image Description Intro and outro music courtesy of Emmanuel Castro. Podcast cover photo by Rachel Schlesinger Photography. Podcast cover image description: Black and white photograph of Diana, a Spanish-American woman with long, wavy, brown hair. She is wearing a flowy, white blouse and smiles at camera as she leans against wooden building. Photo is colorfully framed with gold and orange rays of seeming sunshine on top half, and with solid sage green color on bottom half. Text reads "Beyond Awareness: Disability Awareness That Matters, Diana Pastora Carson, M.Ed."
The past several years have revealed a major shift in the way we relate to our jobs, spurred by the COVID-19 pandemic and the ensuing political and civil unrest. Increasingly, the roles of social and emotional wellbeing in the workplace have taken center stage as we negotiate our return to the office. This changing paradigm about our relationship to our work has prompted employers to re-evaluate the workplaces they create for their workforces, and cities are no exception to this phenomenon. Today, we're joined by Mykella Auld, an instructional designer for GovEx and Co-author of The Social Emotional Learning Handbook: Practical Applications for Trauma-Informed and Anti-Racist Social Emotional Learning in Educational and Communal Settings, to explore this topic more deeply. To learn more, visit govex.jhu.edu
This episode of the Design Thinking 101 podcast is 5.5 Things Every Designer Should Know About: the Opioid Overdose Epidemic. Our guest today is Stacy Stanford, the Senior Director of Overdose Injury and Violence Prevention at the National Association of County and City Health Officials in Washington DC (NACCHO). At NACCHO, she leads the overdose injury and violence prevention team to deliver funding and technical assistance to more than 60 communities across the United States. Listen to learn about: The current state of the U.S. opioid overdose epidemic The ways COVID-19 has affected the healthcare system's ability to work with and treat those who use drugs The core principles of harm reduction The role misperceptions and stigma about drug use play in making it difficult for those who use drugs to get treatment Our Guest Stacy Stanford joined NACCHO in 2012 and is currently serving as a Senior Director of Overdose, Injury and Violence Prevention. She provides leadership, planning and guidance to the team's management and staff in the areas of drug overdose, adverse childhood experiences (ACEs), falls prevention, and the intersection of COVID, ACEs, and Suicide Prevention. Prior to this position she was the Director of Public Health Transformation and led Project SHINE, a fellowship to strengthen health systems through interprofessional education. Ms. Stanford received her Masters of Science in Public Health Microbiology from The George Washington University School of Public Health. She also holds a bachelor's degree in Biology from the University of Denver. Prior to joining NACCHO, she worked on Influenza surveillance and in the development of HAvBED, the Hospital Bed Availability Reporting System during H1N1 at the Department of Health and Human Service. Show Highlights [01:47] Stacy talks about her work at NACCHO, the membership organization of local health departments for the U.S. [03:15] The current state of the opioid overdose epidemic. [03:55] There have been three waves in the epidemic. [05:04] How the COVID-19 pandemic affected our ability to respond to the epidemic. [05:40] The worst problems caused by the pandemic. [06:36] The rise in telemedicine and mobile vans. [07:31] Harm reduction and keeping people safe. [08:08] What is harm reduction? [08:48] A misperception about drug use. [09:42] The core principles of harm reduction. [11:01] What implementation of harm reduction looks like in practice. [12:42] Medication for Opioid Disorder. [13:11] The importance of having peers throughout the programs and healthcare systems that serve those who use drugs. [15:01] The need to change perspectives and de-stigmatize drug use. [16:10] Intersectional stigma. [18:09] What happens when someone gets labeled as an addict or abuser. Links Stacy on LinkedIn Chicago Recovery Alliance National Harm Reduction Coalition CDC Drug Overdose information website Drug Policy Alliance Shatterproof Other Design Thinking 101 Episodes You Might Like 5.5 Things Every Designer Should Know About: The Future of Higher Education with Bryan Alexander — DT101 E97 5.5 Things Every Designer Should Know About Strategic Foresight with Bart Édes — DT101 E95
The Wizard And The Prophet, plus National Bison Day, and International Day for Preventing Exploitation of Environment in War & Armed Conflict!
Cli-Fi author Zin E. Rocklyn's Flowers For The Sea, plus climate champion, Anote Tong, and Green Roofs' 2022 Jeffrey L. Bruce Awards of Excellence winners!
Hey Immigrantly family! As we are working hard to get you some excellent content in the coming days, I also recognize we have some new listeners. Therefore, I thought, why not share something incredible from the Immigrantly vault? And I couldn't think of a better episode than my interview with Marla Louissaint. This interview was first published in August 2021, over a year ago. In the interview, you will also hear from our then-associate producer, Kylee Roberts, who no longer works with us but is dearly missed every day. The conversation focuses on religion, racial justice, family values, and much more! I hope you enjoy it. Join the conversation: Instagram @immigrantlypod | Twitter @immigrantly_pod | Please share the love and leave us a review to help more people find us! Host & Executive Producer: Saadia Khan I Content Writer: Sarah Doh I Editorial Review: Yudi Liu I Associate Producer: Kylee Roberts I Sound Designer & Editor: Manni Simon & Breanna Steggell I Immigrantly Theme Music: Evan Ray Suzuki I Other Music: Epidemic Sounds
Annabelle Golden lives life to the fullest and is coming to this episode of The Inn Between with stories of her inspiration, travels, and encouragement. A pandemic sparked Annabelle's artist journey, and you can find out more about Annabelle and her work by using the information below. Website: graphicsandgrain.com Instagram: @graphicsandgrain Email: email@example.com Etsy: Graphics and Grain [00:00] Show intro [00:39] Welcome to Annabelle [02:17] The mural Annabelle has been working on [03:30] How Annabelle got into art [11:02] What did Annabelle study in school? [11:44] Intersectional environmentalism [13:10] The growth of Annabelle and her artwork [16:27] Advice to someone in Annabelle's shoes [23:04] Annabelle's travels and experiences [32:14] Where the passion for life comes from [37:53] Current projects that Annabelle is excited about [41:39] Where to find Annabelle's work [42:02] Annabelle's Instagram and other places to find Annabelle [44:15] Wrapping up Theinnbetweentx.com IG- @THEINNBETWEENTX TIKTOK- @THEINNBETWEENTX FACEBOOK- @THEINNBETWEENTX SPOTIFY- @The Inn Between Podcast https://friocampriverview.com/
This week we have Ariel of @sustainablebrowngirl on the podcast to talk sustainability and specifically how approaching sustainability with grace and nuance, whilst holding space for intersectionality is vital to the longevity of sustainable practices! We also go into some tips for a sustainable Halloween!!The Sustainable Brown Girl page and podcast highlights and inspires women of color within the sustainability movement. If you want to learn more from Ariel, check out her IG, @sustainablebrowngirl, sustainablebrowngirl.com , and her podcast, Sustainable Brown Girl Podcast, available on all streaming platforms and on YouTube! You can also follow Ariel's personal journey @naturally_mermaid on IG & YouTube!Mindful Minds is a podcast centered on mindfulness and intentionality. From sex to religion to mental health, we are focusing on how to be mindful & intentional about important topics! Join as we learn and grow together!Please rate us 5 stars and leave us a review! You can find more about Mindful Minds at mindfulmindspod.com & Serafina Blog on serafinablog.com & on Instagram (@serafinablog). And you can follow our podcast account on Tik Tok @mindfulmindspodcast and my personal account where I do a lot of deconstruction content @fina__bina . Support the showThank you for listening! Please feel free to contact Fina at @serafinablog or firstname.lastname@example.org for any and all questions, sponsorships, or guest requests!
"Listen to people. Validate their lived experiences and centre yourself in the ways that we are developing the change that we want to see. Today's conversation is with Arielle King. Arielle is the Environmental Justice Staff Attorney at the Environmental Law Institute and has a background in environmental racism analysis, political ecology, critical race theory, sustainability, civil rights law, and integrating equity and environmental justice considerations into climate action plans. She's also the host of a podcast focused on environmental justice updates and climate optimism called “The Joy Report”. Video version: https://youtu.be/teztuuN5-jQ The key topics in today's episode:00:00 - Intro03:30 - Who is Arielle06:30 - Who is most affected by Climate Change09:30 - Solving environmental racism12:00 - Why do we suddenly care about systemic issues14:00 - What role should you play in fixing issues18:00 - Feeling powerless20:30 - Things to be optimistic about22:00 - Displacing indigenous populations30:00 - Indigenous culture and nature34:00 - Climate migration40:00 - Sacrifice zones44:00 - Is it enough to be educated?46:00 - Changing the schooling system58:00 - Where to get educated01:02:00 - Words of wisdomResources:Connect with Arielle:Instagram | https://www.instagram.com/ariellevking/ Podcast | https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-joy-report/id1618025362 TikTok | https://www.tiktok.com/@ariellevkingGet 10% Off Four Sigmatic With Code: PLANT10foursigmaticinternational.sjv.io/P0kPPQConnect with me:Instagram | @plant.paradigmYouTube | The Plant ParadigmTwitter | @plantparadigmWebsite | www.theplantparadigm.comSubscribe to the podcast:Apple | Spotify Stay happy,Eat plants,Peace
Some parts of society still think that marginalized identities are not normal. Introverts or people who are neurodivergent are usually seen as atypical. It's always a challenge to fit in if you fall into one of those many categories of being neurodivergent. People should know that it is okay not to be normal. And people who are introverted or neurodivergent should not be ashamed of who they are. They should allow themselves to show up in the world as their normal selves and be comfortable with that. Join Whitney Lauritsen as she talks to Chrysta Bairre about the intersectional layers of marginalized identities. Chrysta is a career coach, speaker, author, and founder of She Leads. She helps people live their best by balancing their work-life. Discover her story and why she classifies herself as neurodivergent. Learn about self-acceptance, breaking the stigma, social hierarchies, and more. Start finding your way in this confusing world today.This episode is sponsored by Athletic Greens and Zencastr.Get a FREE 1 year supply of immune-supporting Vitamin D AND 5 FREE travel packs of AG1 at athleticgreens.com/WELLEVATR.Visit zencastr.com/pricing and enter promo code "wellevatrzen" to get 30% off your first three months.Love the show? Subscribe, rate, review, and share!Here's How »Join the This Might Get Uncomfortable community today:wellevatr.comWellevatr FacebookWellevatr TwitterWellevatr Instagram
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If These Ovaries Could Talk | S10. Ep 6: Josie is a queer, non-binary, Latinx fertility acupuncturist who's journey of coming out and ending a 10 year cis-hetero relationship led them to found Intersectional Fertility; a company that focuses on re-centering queer, trans, and non-binary folks in reproductive healthcare and beyond. Order the #ITOCT book Amazon, IndieBound, Audible. email@example.com IG/Twitter/FB/TikTok: @ovariestalk Edited by EditAudio press Brett Henne theme song: Songfinch & Tiffany Topol Thanks to LightStream, Thrive Causemetics and our Patreon supporters! Intersectional Fertility