Macroaggression podcaster Charlie Robinson joins me to cover the history of the system, his book on the Octopus - what that is and how its global structure infects everything as well as his other books that explain how the US is being dismantled and more!
In this episode, we're talking about microaggressions with Black Student Union president Taylor Floyd and professor of sociology Dr. V. Our guests define the three types of microaggressions and share how they deal with them in their lives. Stay tuned til the end to hear about some fun ways to engage beyond the episode! Show Notes: Link to the Bias incident Report Form https://cm.maxient.com/reporting.php?PointLoma Huda F Are You? By Huda Fahmy https://www.penguinrandomhouse.com/books/663680/huda-f-are-you-by-huda-fahmy/ The Magic Fish by Trung Le Nguyen https://www.kpbs.org/news/arts-culture/2022/12/12/the-magic-fish-is-a-story-of-language-transformation-and-family Music Used: WarR - Whipped Cream by ItsWatR https://pixabay.com/music/beats-watr-whipped-cream-10152/ Tuesday (Glitch soft hip-hop) by Amaksi https://pixabay.com/music/beats-tuesday-glitch-soft-hip-hop-118327/ WatR - Fluid by ItsWatR https://pixabay.com/music/beats-watr-fluid-10149/
What would you do if someone told you they wanted to strangle you and meant it as a compliment? Tania shares a story about a wild micro-aggression she experienced in an Aqua Zumba class. AND she tells another story about a wrong she made into a right. Find out how Tania responded in both cases and what she learned. Take aways include how you can engage in small acts of activism that have a big impact. Follow @taniastake on Instagram
Every DEI issue is a business problem. Some companies get it, some don't, while others are struggling to connect the dots between best intentions and tangible results. There are a lot of barriers and threats to DEI. And in this episode, Dr. Jade Singleton sheds light on some of the issues surrounding DEI and more: What is attributional ambiguity? Reasons people gaslight themselves What is survivorship bias Difficult challenges DEI professionals are currently facing Employee value proposition and why it's important in DEI Inconsistencies between the company's reputation and its DEI practices The Sarah Jane Academy: the women behind the mission The meaning of equity for Dr. Jade Singleton “...work harder…”: dealing with microinvalidations at work Career advise for women and women of color The common themes of corporate gaslighting Dr. Jade Singleton is the co-founder of Johnson Squared LLC, a consulting company that creates and leads forward-leaning corporate DEIB conversations, employee experiences, policies, and paths to equity. It infuses psychological safety, equitable work strategies, and an agile approach throughout its forward-leaning model. She is also the co-founder of the Sarah Jane Academy, a program designed to fill the need for DEI tactics and a highly-regarded DEI certificate without cost barriers. Dr. Jade holds a Master of Science in Business Management and a Master of Arts in Leadership & Communications from Gonzaga University. She is currently a doctoral candidate at George Fox University, earning her Doctorate of Education in Instructional Design. Dr. Jade has spent more than a decade leading impactful communications, people and leadership strategies at the nation's top non-profit and investment banking firms. Her research work, Leadership Challenges: African-American Communication in the Corporate Environment, has been leveraged and cited by academic scholars over 75 times and DEIB professionals at all stages of DEIB learning and practice. Dr. Jade created Johnson Squared, together with her sister Noelle, for companies and professionals that are serious about real change. If you like this episode, it would mean a lot if you shared it with a friend or colleague. Just get the share link or take a screenshot and share it on Instagram stories. Tag us @nisarlaw on Instagram and Dr. Jade @johnson2consulting. You can also share this episode on Tiktok and tag us @discriminationlawyer. Mentioned in this episode: The Sarah Jane Academy —--------
(Listener Recommendation) Microaggressions are statements, actions, or behaviors that subtly, sometimes unintentionally, discriminate against a marginalized group. Join Dave and Greg as the discuss intent, examples, and impacts as they try to navigate and become better through the difficult conversations that ensue this topic. Follow Modern Therapist's Guide to Nothing on social media:Instagram: @moderntherapistsguidetonothingTwitter: @MTGN_PodcastIntro and Outro music by 13th Ward Social ClubFollow on Instagram at @13thwardsocialclub and visit https://www.13thwardsocialclub.com/
Another Week, even more Woke Nonsense! We will be going through all of the wildest woke stories this week: the Phone Lady, the Collapse of Colleges, and the Cancelation of Lord Tennyson! WE POST DAILY! If you don't see us, check our other socials. If you got a favorite, we are most likely on it! Our Link Tree has all of our Socials! - https://allmylinks.com/robisright
In Episode 107, Melinda Briana Epler, Founder & CEO of Change Catalyst, shares a short talk based on her Out & Equal Workplace Summit session with our friends at Qualcomm on “Interrupting Microaggressions: Workplace Interventions for Calling People In.” In this workshop, Melinda shares how we can call each other in to interrupt microaggressions experienced by LGBTQIA+ folks in the workplace. She guides us through microintervention processes and scripts we can use to address common verbal, nonverbal, and environmental microaggressions. She also shares how managers and team members can take action to create a call-in culture together.About Melinda Briana Epler (she/her)Melinda Briana Epler has more than 25 years of experience elevating brands and developing business innovation strategies for startups, Fortune 500 companies, and global NGOs.As CEO of Change Catalyst, Melinda is a strategic diversity, equity, and inclusion advisor for executives, entrepreneurs, investors, and activists around the world. As part of her changemaking work, she is an inclusive leadership coach, trains executive and management teams, and builds learning and development solutions for clients.Melinda is the author of How to Be an Ally (McGraw-Hill) and the host of the popular "Leading With Empathy & Allyship" podcast. She is also a TED speaker, award-winning documentary filmmaker, and former marketing and culture executive. She speaks, mentors, and writes about diversity and inclusion, empathy, and entrepreneurship.Find Leading With Empathy & Allyship useful? Subscribe to our podcast and like this episode!For more about Change Catalyst, visit https://ally.cc. There, you'll also find educational resources and highlights from this episode.Connect With Melinda Briana Epler On SocialLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/melindaeplerFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/melindabrianaeplerTwitter: https://twitter.com/mbrianaeplerInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/changecatalystsConnect With Us On SocialYouTube: youtube.com/c/changecatalystTwitter: twitter.com/changecatalystsFacebook: facebook.com/changecatalystsInstagram: instagram.com/techinclusionLinkedIn: linkedin.com/company/changecatalystsProduction TeamCreator & Host: Melinda Briana EplerCo-Producers: Renzo Santos & Christina Swindlehurst ChanPodcast Rocket: Rob Scheerbarth & Nina Rugeles[Image description: Leading With Empathy & Allyship promo and a photo of host Melinda Briana Epler, a White woman with red hair, glasses, and a black shirt; beside her is the orange book cover of How to Be an Ally (McGraw-Hill).]Support the show
Black maternal health is on the docket in this episode of On Call with Dr. Randy. Featuring maternal fetal medicine specialists, Dr. Ciara Talbot and Dr. Conisha Holloman, Dr. Randy Hines II goes "on call" to discuss the maternal mortality rate for Black women, patient relatability and patient advocacy, from the perspectives of both the patients and the medical professionals who are treating them. What you can expect in this episode: 2:50 - The journey to Obstetrics 6:00 - Training for maternal fetal medicine 9:20 - Most common conditions 15:30 - Microaggressions 19:05 - Patient self-advocacy 28:25 - Comfortability of patients 31:15 - Medical counterpart responsibility 47:35 - Fetal responses to underlying medical conditions 58:00 - Words of Wisdom 1:00:20 - Randy's Random Question Tweetable Quotes: “I could identify with the women who were coming in.” - Dr. Ciara Talbot “OB chose me!'” - Dr. Conisha Holloman “We need to have providers that are going to advocate and care for you and understand the cultural differences." - Dr. Ciara Talbot " There is not a one-size fits-all in fetal medicine." - Dr. Conisha Holloman "There's so much room for improvement." - Dr. Ciara Talbot "There's nothing wrong with someone wanting to seek me out because they look like me." - Dr. Conisha Holloman About Dr. Ciara Talbot: Dr. Ciara Talbot grew up on the small, but beautiful island of Bermuda. She loved going to the beach after school and spending the summers in the sun and on the sand. Through an unexpected opportunity in a high school health science summer program, she developed a keen passion for medicine. Being a physician afforded her the awesome privilege and responsibility to be a patient advocate, to assist patients in achieving their best lives, and to decrease disparities and inequity found in medicine. "Healthy moms and healthy babies" is her practice philosophy. As a maternal fetal medicine physician, she takes care of moms who experienced high-risk pregnancies in the past, women with chronic health conditions, and women who develop unexpected problems during their pregnancy while partnering with the mom-to-be, her family, and her medical team to navigate the un-routine and achieve the best possible outcome for both mom and baby. About Dr. Conisha Holloman: Dr. Conisha Holloman is an obstetrician-gynecologist in Houston, Texas and is affiliated with multiple hospitals in the area, including Memorial Hermann Hospital and Memorial Hermann Greater Heights Hospital. She received her medical degree from University of Rochester School of Medicine and Dentistry and has been in practice between 6-10 years. Dr. Holloman believes in delivering comprehensive and compassionate care while remaining a strong patient advocate. It is important that her patients are informed about their healthcare and medical professionals can participate in shared decision making. On Call With Dr. Randy Demographic Survey: Take the survey. Contact Dr. Randy Hines II: https://www.drrandymd.com IG: @_drrandy FB: @HinesEntertainment LinkedIn: Dr. Randy Hines II Twitter: @_DrRandy TikTok: @_drrandy Contact Dr. Holloman and Dr. Talbot: IG: @ciciycoco
Is your silence in your workplace causing you to burnout? This week on the Decode your Burnout Podcast, we have Dr. Charmain Jackman. She shares how working as if she was a college student, juggling the multiple roles between being a mom, wife, and work contributed to her burning out twice. She gives us new insights while debunking the myths around the impacts of discrimination, being one's true self in the work environment & equal opportunities for everyone within organizations. About Dr. Charmain: Dr. Charmain Jackman (she/her) is a Harvard-trained licensed Psychologist with 25+ years in the mental health field. She is the founder and CEO of InnoPsych, Inc., an organization on a mission to disrupt racial inequities in mental health. Dr. Jackman is deeply invested in teaching tools that foster healing and thriving, and through InnoPsych, empowers leaders to cultivate emotionally safe work cultures that result in thriving organizations and people. Dr. Jackman gets hired by organizations for keynotes, panels, and consultations on a range of topics including creating emotionally safe work cultures, child/adolescent development, racial trauma, burnout, and employee emotional well-being. Resources: 1) Website: https://www.innopsych.com/ 2) Article on unfairness and burnout: https://drsharongrossman.com/unfairness-at-work-one-of-7-reasons-youre-burned-out-part-2/ utm_source=jv&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=Jvpartner 3) Get the Burnout Checklist: https://www.drsharongrossman.com/burnoutchecklist 4) Sign up for a free Breakthrough Session with Dr. Sharon: http://www.bookachatwithsharon.com 5) Take the first step to decode your burnout: http://decodeyourburnout.com
This week's topics: • Using babies for clout • Checking girls with your Nephew • Cardi B's money v Takeoff's money • Webslingers absence • John Fashanu defending Qatar's stance on homosexuality • Polygamy illegal • World Cup and the controversy surrounding being held in Qatar • John Barnes' views on Qatar controversy • Supporting which team in the world cup • Foriegn food sections in grocery stores • Alexa's different accents • European teams wanting to but not wearing a one love armband during the 2022 world cup • Gay representation in the media • Having an Asian Prime Minister falling under the radar • Stormzy's new album mini-review • Jerry Jones caught in an old, old photograph in a crowd of people trying to stop Black students mixing • Can you forgive a changed racist • Microaggressions at work • Lying at work • Not teaching our children our native language • Finding it hard to learn a language • Correcting everyone's English • AITA for not wanting my child to speak like my partner? • #StavrosSays : RRR [https://www.netflix.com/title/81476453#:~:text=2022%20%7C%20Maturity%20Rating%3ATV%2D,Watch%20all%20you%20want.] Connect with us at & send your questions & comments to: #ESNpod so we can find your comments www.esnpodcast.com www.facebook.com/ESNpodcasts www.twitter.com/ESNpodcast www.instagram.com/ESNpodcast @esnpodcast on all other social media firstname.lastname@example.org It's important to subscribe, rate and review us on your apple products. You can do that here... www.bit.ly/esnitunes
Dr. Nellie Tran is the daughter of Vietnamese refugee "boat people” who has built her career researching and teaching on topics related to mental well-being, social injustice, inequity, and privilege. On this episode of Ladybits and Leadership, we talk about racial microaggressions and how they affected Dr. Nellie's life trajectory, as well as how they affect marginalized populations. Dr. Nellie gets vulnerable by sharing her experiences with childhood sexual molestation and how the life-long effects of trauma have played out in parenting, partnership, marriage. Dr. Nellie talks about her healing process and how she shares her story to amplify what others have gone through and/or are going through, and to reclaim her voice, because she was silent for so long. As a Community Psychologist, Dr. Nellie spends her days working in San Diego researching microaggressions and developing training and education to make this world more inclusive and just. She educates future therapists on the effects of subtle forms of discrimination in education, the workplace, and counseling settings, so they can be more inclusive practitioners. Dr. Nellie's academic scholarship identifies and examines subtle biases toward underprivileged populations, with the aim of improving cultural climates and reducing biases in work, educational, and counseling contexts. She is the lead researcher in the development of the Perceived Subtle Gender Bias Index which allows researchers to evaluate the experiences of women in academia. Her work has also been cited in two different U.S. Supreme Court Amicus Briefs in the Fisher v. University of Texas Austin case and she has co-written congressional testimony, and presented to the White House on the state of Asian American health and wellness. Get in Touch with Dr. Nellie Tran: Hangout with her on TikTok: drnellietran Check out her work with: drnellietran.com Don't Forget: Follow Ladybits and Leadership on Instagram Leave a Review on Apple Podcasts so others can find our community! Check out Our Sponsor: OttoBooks, LLC is a proud sponsor of Ladybits and Leadership. Want to ditch the boring bookkeeping so you can focus on building profits?! Let Kelsey Ottoson Villegas take your bookkeeping off your hands!
By definition, microaggressions are brief and commonplace daily verbal, behavioral, or environmental indignities, whether intentional or unintentional, that communicate hostile, derogatory, or negative racial slights and insults toward people of color. Perpetrators of microaggressions are often unaware that they engage in such communications when they interact with racial/ethnic minorities. In this episode, Yvette and Ericka share how microaggressions affect them and share how, when and if they handle them.“The phrase “be realistic” used in any form is a microaggression.”
How has examining victim mentality changed or challenged your thinking?Exposing the lies and combating them with the truth will help us to live a life that's healthy and full of meaning. Victim mentality is just one way that we can rob ourselves of that better life.And while we've probably all “played the victim” card - more than a few times - it can be really tough to see when we're being a bully. Now, you may be thinking, but I'm a nice person, I'd never hurt a fly… Well, let's walk though this a bit.Everyone goes through seasons in life when insecurities drive them to make poor choices, to lean into others, or even push them around. We've all been there, especially when we lose our sense of worth or we wrestle with unhealthy behavior patterns.Think about it. No one is immune to the weights, wounds, and disappointments of life. Have you ever put pressure on someone else to get your own way?Have you ever used emotions, words, or actions to get others to conform?Have you ever uncovered someone else's weaknesses in order to hide your own?I've said this before, without examining our lives, thoughts, and actions, our tendency is to get stuck in harmful and distorted thinking patterns. Without even realizing it, we might even be harming others to get what we want or what we think we need.Today, we expose the other side of Victimhood by looking at the lies that Villains tell themselves. Don't be afraid to uncover the truth, look at yourself in the mirror, and take the necessary steps to change for the better. Your life - that better life you've always wanted - is waiting for you. And, I can tell you that your relationships with others will benefit as well!Enjoy today's episode,Chris
First appearing on this pod on 22 October 2019 (#219), actor and now also writer Anu Bhatt recently returned to spotlight "Autocorrect," her debut short film that she conceived and created during the pandemic. Anu's character gradually finds the courage and determination to insist that her director (a white female) pronounce her South Asian name correctly. As you will soon learn, this was truly a case of art imitating life. On the surface, this is simply about asking people to stop mispronouncing non-Western names. But Anu reveals that this act of insistence is actually one example of when people decide that it's time to reclaim 'agency' over their lives for the sake of their own congruency and mental health.
Dr. DeCoster is a professor at Albany College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences, teaching Bioethics. HMM correspondent Eunice Jeong spoke with Dr. DeCoster about intersectionality in the medical field and microaggressions. What is intersectionality, and how are patients encountering barriers due to such?
Recommended Resources!SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN - TRUTH vs LIESBOOK: White Women: Everything You Already Know About Your Own Racism and How to Do Better - Regina Jackson and Saira RaoSemicolon Bookstore & Gallery - Click here to purchase the book!Race2Dinner: https://www.race2dinner.com/FREE Critical Thinking Cheatsheet MultipackCOURSE: Unconscious Bias: From Awareness to ActionLINKEDIN COURSE: Unconscious BiasARTICLE: Implicit Bias - Perception InstituteARTICLE: Schoolkids Are Falling Victim to Disinformation and Conspiracy Fantasies - Scientific American ARTICLE: Sharpening Your Critical Thinking - OpenLearnARTICLE: Study: On Twitter, False News Travels Faster Than True Stories - MITRecommended CYHM EpisodesEpisode 21: The Future of Journalism Episode 17: What's Fueling This Cycle of Distrust?Episode 5: The Dangers of Reputational Damage Caused. by Disinformation
Flower Plower. Book Update. Archives. Tibet. Microaggressions. Elon Twitter. Bolsonaro. Hammer. Bill Pullman. Andor. Patreon: https://patreon.com/radiozero Livestreams: https://www.facebook.com/RadioZeroUS/live/ https://www.twitch.tv/pcjcusa [...]Read More... from End of Days
Hello Needlemovers!On this episode of our Book Club series, your hosts continue the theme of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion in line with the ending of Black History Month in the UK.In Part II of our overview of The Good Ally by Nova Reid, Valerio and Mark go over Microaggressions and White Privilege. Please let us know your thoughts and experiences, and any lessons you've learnt along the way.Check us out and send us a message on our instagram, Tik Tok and Youtube platforms @the.needle.moversOur website is www.theneedlemovers,xyz
What is a microaggression? What can you do when you hear, see or experience a microaggression? If these are questions you are curious about, this episode is for you. Mentioned in this episode: Stamped from the Beginning, by Ibram X KendiDr. Chester Pierce Microaggressions in Everyday Life: Race, Gender, and Sexual Orientation, by Dr. Derald Wing SueOpportunities for continued learning: Read Elena's book, Coaching for Equity Attend our Coaching for Equity workshop Listen to Elena's What to Say When You Hear Something Racist podcast series and expand your learning with our free listening guide Visit https://brightmorningteam.com/podcasts/ for links to everything we mention on the show. Follow us on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, InstagramReceive weekly wisdom and tools from Elena delivered to your inbox! Sign up at https://brightmorningteam.com/newsletter/ Support us
En este episodio hablaremos sobre tipos de microagresiones y herramientas para enfrentarlas. Deja tu reseña en Apple Podcast y Spotify con cinco estrellas. Comparte un screen-shot de este episodio en tus redes sociales y tus chats. Sigueme en: Instagram: Diversidad Funcional en Accion Facebook: Diversidad Funcional en Accion Suscríbete a este podcast en tu plataforma favorita Apple Podcast, Spotify, Stitcher y Google Podcast. Puedes enviarnos tus preguntas y peticiones de temas a email@example.com. Referencias: Olkin, R., Hayward, H., Abbene, M.S. and VanHeel, G. (2019), The Experiences of Microaggressions against Women with Visible and Invisible Disabilities. Journal of Social Issues, 75: 757-785. https://doi.org/10.1111/josi.12342 Respondiendo a las micro-agresiones
Landing your dream job in Corporate America is only half the battle if you're Black. Microaggressions, code switching, and the feeling of having to work twice as hard as your white co-worker are just a few examples of being Black in Corporate America. The ladies of Imani State of Mind are shining the light on what it really means to be Black in corporate America.Tell us what's on your mind and email us at AskDrImani@crooked.com with all your questions and comments!
In this episode, we're talking about the complexities of being mixed, sometimes known as Hapa, Blasian, Wasian, or multiracial. Who decides who's Asian enough… or not? How does categorizing people by race impact mixed race Asian identity and community? Elle Jules, the professional model from Hawai'i, talks about her experience as a mixed-race Asian and how she navigates representation in the modeling world. Sandra Douglass Morgan, the President of the Las Vegas Raiders, reflects on how far she has come to get to the leadership role she holds today as the first Black NFL President. Dr. Myra Washington talks about her book “Blasian Invasion: Racial Mixing in the Celebrity Industrial Complex." Dr. Jess Bensen talks to us about the current research out there on multiracial people and the need for more intersectionality in psychology research out there on mixed-race Asians. Exit Spring Mountain is a podcast from Nevada Public Radio. Our team includes senior producer Nessa Concepcion, academic research consultant Mark Padoongpatt and assistant producer, researcher and social media manager, Isabelle Chen Rice. Joe Schoenemann oversees podcasts as news director at Nevada Public Radio, and our sound editing, mixing, and mastering is by Christopher Alverez.
Microaggressions, putdowns, harassment... Sometimes they are obvious, but frequently they are not. What's often true is that they are difficult issues for an organization and they are dealt with badly or ignored. Which is also partly why only 30% of issues are reported. There must be a better way. Maysa Hawash, this week's guest is finding a better way. She has collaborated on software that will help the employees who don't want to speak up directly. It's called HearU and I think it's a great idea. It allows employees to speak up anonymously and gives organizations a chance to understand what is really going on. Obviously it's not the only option, but I think it's a good one.
We're on the fourth day of hearings into Justin Trudeau's invocation of the Emergencies Act and so far no one has provided any evidence of an actual emergency. Last week, witnesses testified about phantom honking and microaggressions. This week, we've so far heard finger-pointing between different levels of government and agencies, but nothing to justify the heavy-handed emergency power the federal government granted itself. In this edition of The Andrew Lawton Show, True North's Andrew Lawton talks about the hearings to date and speaks to Adam Blake-Gallipeau of The Democracy Fund about the Commission. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
In this episode of the Journal of Black Psychology podcast series, Editor's Assistant Alexis Malone talks with Taylor McGee about her recently published study, "Racial Microaggressions and African American Undergraduates' Academic Experiences: Preparation for Bias Messages as a Protective Resource."
Trust can be betrayed in so many ways or failed even with the best of intentions.Dan KnaussIn this episode of Post Status Excerpt, Dan and Ny take on three issues in the WordPress community that can threaten or impair trust while also revealing how foundational trust is, especially in open source.First, they talk about Ny's article at MasterWP, "Enough with this woke stuff: and other racist speech you can unlearn," which explains microaggressions and received a significant number of macroaggressions in reply — but also far more positive support from the community.Next, "How do we rebuild trust when it's harmed?" is a question that leads into the biggest WordPress story of the week — Matt Mullenweg's apparent decision to shut down access to active install data at the WordPress.org plugin repo due to an unspecified security breach and/or privacy concern. The way communication has happened — or hasn't happened — about this decision is clearly damaging trust in the WordPress community, particularly among business owners with a product in the plugin repository. Ny points out how this all looks to a newcomer to the WordPress community — again, trust takes a beating. But while we lack clarity about the possible return of install data in some form, Dan suggests asking why this data is trusted and valued by many plugin owners. What business decisions can it helpfully inform? Are there alternative and possibly better sources of data about a plugin's users?Finally, Dan briefly talks about the emergence of draft legislation in the US Senate: the Securing Open Source Software Act. It seems likely that in the near future, US security agencies will be getting people, dollars, and new organizations involved in assessing risk in open-source software. Are WordPress auto-updates critical supply chain infrastructure? When should individual freedoms be exchanged for collective security? When do we need to know what our machines and software are doing? When don't we? Zero-trust architecture might work well for networked machines, but human relationships and communities need trust.
Our guest today is an expert on self-expression-Taiwanese-born Romana Lai, a renowned editorial makeup artist who has worked with many of the fashion industry's leading names and publications, including Vogue and Harper's Bazaar. In addition, she has worked on shows for New York Fashion Week, French Connection, FCUK, and many others. She is also a published author: her book ‘New York Style' is a worldwide best seller. I am so happy to welcome Romana to Immigrantly today! 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: Ziya Jaffrey & Saadia Khan I Editorial Review: Kylee Roberts I Sound Designer & Editor: Manni Simon I Immigrantly Theme Music: Evan Ray Suzuki I Other Music: Epidemic Sounds
The Montana winter isn't the only thing ice-cold and unrelenting in God's Country, directed by newcomer Julian Higgins and starring Thandiwe Newton. We've got Vulture's TV critic and film writer Roxana Hadadi along to unpack all that this indie is bringing us. (Btw, today's conversation is relatively spoiler-free.)Then we'll play a word quiz inspired by the title of this week's movie.What's GoodAlonso - Hallmark's upcoming slate, especially The Holiday SitterDrea - Kitchen deep cleanRoxana - newly planted White Oak treeITIDICTom Hardy Quietly Entered a Local Martial Arts Tournament Last WeekJon Hamm Gave Back Over Half His Salary to Extend Confess, Fletch Shoot Saoirse Ronan will lead the cast of Steve McQueen's upcoming World War II MovieRead the short story Winter LightSound of Metal is out on Criterion with an intro essay by Roxana HadadiStaff PicksDrea - Athena (2022)Alonso - Benediction (2022)Roxana - Athena and The Battle of Algiers (1966)SoylentGo to Soylent.com/maxfilm and use promo code MAXFILM to get 20% OFF your first order.With:Alonso DuraldeDrea ClarkRoxana HadadiProduced by Marissa FlaxbartSr. Producer Laura Swisher
This week on WPwatercooler were discussing the major problem of microaggression. Enough with this woke stuff: and other racist speech you can unlearn masterwp.com Reverse Racism Is Not Real – underrepresentedintech Workshop: How to Be An Ally – allienimmons.com Panel Jason Tucker – https://jasontucker.blog Sé Reed – https://sereedmedia.com John Locke https://lockedownseo.com
Microaggressions cause harm in the workplace. What might appear to be a tiny comment; if repeated, undermines someone's confidence. In this incredible podcast discussion with Joanne Lockwood We discuss: * What Microaggressions are * The impact on individual talent and the team * Ways we, as leaders can manage these so we have an inclusive, effective workforce. Here is a transcription of the podcast You can contact Joanne's company SEE Change Happen here Connect with Joanne on Linkedin Here Remember you can grab your copy of our 10 Top Tips for Presenting here Book a call to discuss how we could deliver a speech, masterclass, coaching or workshops HERE Do look at the SuperStar Communicator website Connect with Susan Heaton-Wright on Linkedin here
This week Brit and Katie check out the collegiate chiller MASTER (2022) from director Mariama Diallo. Next week we're taking a short break to record an episode of CINEDICATE but we'll be back on 10/05/22 for SPOOPTOBER! Prepare to get spooky! Stay spoopy ya'll! Timestamps: 0:00:00 Disclaimer 0:00:26 Intro 0:03:28 Hellos 0:05:19 Housekeeping 0:05:30 Note from Editor 0:06:38 Master 0:09:53 Writer/Director 0:10:56 Cinematography 0:16:27 Synopsis 0:16:41 Spoilers 0:17:15 Plot 1:15:20 Pros/Cons 1:29:12 Ratings 1:30:09 GGR 1:31:03 Spooptober 1:34:17 Good Nights *Note from Moody: Due to editing software issues, this episode is mostly complete as of 09/20. I'll have fully edited episode with updated timestamps by Friday for y'all. Thank you for your patience. The Grindhouse Girls Podcast is created by Katie Dale and Brit Ray and edited by N. R. Moody. Royalty free music used: Ready Set Go and Outro White Smoke Copyright 2020 Grindhouse Girls Podcast This podcast uses the following third-party services for analysis: Podcorn - https://podcorn.com/privacy
If one has not experienced prejudice, discrimination, and stereotyping personally, it can be difficult to see an environment that perpetuates bias toward others. The first step toward creating a welcoming and equitable space is to start with self-examination. Angell Howard is an educator and business consultant. In this episode she discusses identifying cultural biases, understanding and addressing microaggressions, and talking about racism.
In daily life, we seem inundated by negative talk and negative messaging. Open the newspaper, listen to talk radio, don't even start me on social media! But our classrooms, our classrooms should be a sanctuaries, safe places to have civil, open discourse on contentious and non-contentious issues. Whew! That sounds like a slice of heaven, doesn't it? Peace.Even in these ideally safe places, we need to be aware of inappropriate aggressive language that can creep in, that can negatively impact the security of this safe zone, that can negatively impact the performance of students. The aggressive language can be so subtle in some ways, that they have been termed “microaggressions”. These microaggressions that we will talk about may come from anyone in our classrooms, students, the jokester in the back, or faculty. But these microaggressions, these words can influence the experiences, persistence, and performance of students in our courses, particularly our underrepresented, marginalized and historically excluded students.So, if we are concerned about ensuring that all students feel that they belong in our classrooms, if we are concerned about the success of each and every student, then we need to think about this issue of small aggressions and we must confront them.In this episode, I welcome Dr. Colin Harrison to talk about his 2018 CBE Life Sciences publication “Language Matters: Considering Microaggressions in Science” co-authored with Dr. Kimberly Tanner.
In this episode, we speak with Elizabeth Batalla, the Executive Director for The Institute of Achievement and Excellence. She helps women to be unstoppable so they can achieve success in their personal and work life. She has worked with a multitude of global companies during her career, lectured at various academic institutions, and is the author of the book “Level Up to Move Up: The Three Forces in Achieving Excellence.” If you're looking to excel quickly in your career, Elizabeth provides an overview of the Nine Life Areas (including the three forces in achieving excellence) and provides excellent tips on what you can do today to get you where you want to be. What to Listen For:The Three Forces in achieving excellence: identify, connections, status - 3:00 Formal vs informal flow of communication - 8:42 Rules of the game - 7:30 Know the source of the information - 10:15 Communication is rarely about communication - 11:45 Two factors to leveling up - 13:20 Skills: Is there a trend to what's in right now? - 14:35 Microaggression in the workplace -16:30 Is there gender bias in job descriptions - 18:15 The importance of mentorship - 21:00 Personal perspective on women in leadership - 24:00 Elizabeth's words of advice - 27:20 Resources mentioned in the podcast The Institute for Achievement and Excellence - https://achievementandexcellence.com/ Elizabeth Batalla LinkedIn Profile - https://www.linkedin.com/in/elizabethbatalla/ Benchmark Your Potential for Success - Free Assessment: https://courses.achievementandexcellence.com/p/professional-assessment-benchmark Elizabeth's Videos - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCn08Yx5bKaRIwf0Im5P69dg?sub_confirmation=1 Elizabeth's Book - https://books2read.com/leveluptomoveup Check-in with Sweet but Fearless Website - sweetbutfearless.com Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/groups/successfulwomensnetwork LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/company/68031466/admin/
In today's episode, Emilie welcomes back Amy Gallo, author of the new book: Getting Along and co-host of HBR's Women at Work podcast, to discuss how women can overcome microaggressions at work and build interpersonal resilience when dealing with difficult people. Related Links:Learn more about AmyGrab a copy of Amy's new book: Getting AlongEp 264: The Benefits of Conflict in the Workplace, with Amy Gallo Grab a copy of Emilie's book, Bossed UpLevel Up, our leadership accelerator HIRED, our job search accelerator Broadcasting Happiness by Michelle Gielan Join the Bossed Up Courage Community HBR's Women at Work podcastGot a career conundrum you want us to cover on the podcast? Call and leave us a voicemail NOW at 910-668-BOSS(2677).
Microaggressions are harmful words and actions that stem from biases and stereotypes. They’re subconscious, meaning we may not even realize we’re being offensive or biased. The damage they inflict can be long-lasting and impact how individuals relate to us and the entire company. As managers, it's our responsibility to create a professional work environment that fosters understanding and listening, so all people can feel safe and supported at work. Today’s guest is Martine Kalaw. Martine is an Elevation Strategist - she shifts mindsets, builds bridges & delivers results. She is the author of Illegal Among Us, experienced being an undocumented immigrant, and is a DEI Consultant. Martine and I talk about how to confront, respond to and learn from uncomfortable DEI situations in the workplace. Maybe it’s something you said that landed the wrong way with a team member or maybe it’s something a colleague did that was insensitive or exclusionary. We talk about microaggressions and how to get smarter about your own behavior since so often we don’t even realize we’re creating harm. Members of the Modern Manager community can get a free 60-Minute Masterclass: Advancing DEI. Scheduled for September 22, this 60-minute class will give you the top five keys to advancing DEI in your workplace over the course of 90 days. Get it when you join the Modern Manager community. Subscribe to my newsletter to get episodes, articles and free mini-guides delivered to your inbox. Read the related blog article: What To Do About Microaggressions In The Workplace KEEP UP WITH MARTINE Website: https://martinekalaw.com/ Facebook: https://m.facebook.com/MartineKalawEnterprisesLLC Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/martinekalaw/?hl=en LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/martinekalawconsulting/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/martinekalaw Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCQTb6zI5m4jehE-czyT8SvQ/featured Read the
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Microaggressions are harmful words and actions that stem from biases and stereotypes. They’re subconscious, meaning we may not even realize we’re being offensive or biased. The damage they inflict can be long-lasting and impact how individuals relate to us and the entire company. As managers, it's our responsibility to create a professional work environment that fosters understanding and listening, so all people can feel safe and supported at work. Today’s guest is Martine Kalaw. Martine is an Elevation Strategist - she shifts mindsets, builds bridges & delivers results. She is the author of Illegal Among Us, experienced being an undocumented immigrant, and is a DEI Consultant. Martine and I talk about how to confront, respond to and learn from uncomfortable DEI situations in the workplace. Maybe it’s something you said that landed the wrong way with a team member or maybe it’s something a colleague did that was insensitive or exclusionary. We talk about microaggressions and how to get smarter about your own behavior since so often we don’t even realize we’re creating harm. Members of the Modern Manager community can get a free 60-Minute Masterclass: Advancing DEI. Scheduled for September 22, this 60-minute class will give you the top five keys to advancing DEI in your workplace over the course of 90 days. Get it when you join the Modern Manager community. Subscribe to my newsletter to get episodes, articles and free mini-guides delivered to your inbox. Read the related blog article: What To Do About Microaggressions In The Workplace KEEP UP WITH MARTINE Website: https://martinekalaw.com/ Facebook: https://m.facebook.com/MartineKalawEnterprisesLLC Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/martinekalaw/?hl=en LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/martinekalawconsulting/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/martinekalaw Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCQTb6zI5m4jehE-czyT8SvQ/featured Key Takeaways:
Britt sits down with Kia (she/her)! A 30-something Black woman who is on a journey of reclaiming who she wants to be, not what others project on her. Follow Kia on social! https://www.tiktok.com/t/ZTdt68RpE/ @kiashineaz Follow us @YourOnlyBlackFriendPodcast on Instagram! Are you BIPOC and want to share your 'only' story? Please shoot me an email at YourOnlyBlackFriendPodcast@gmail.com with your interest! --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/only-black-friend-pod/support
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Hear personal stories about racial trauma or stereotype threat. How can we respond and how do we differentiate an up stander from a bystander? What barriers exist when we try to respond?Show notes, Transcript and References: https://www.coreimpodcast.com/2022/08/24/upstander/ Time stamps00:59 Intro05:51Overview of Microaggressions09:11 Prevalence12:43 How to respond22:03 Barriers to appropriate response27:00 ConclusionTags: IM Core, CoreIM, bystander, race, microaggressions, hidden curriculum, DEI
In this week's Growth Edge leadership podcast episode, I welcome a colleague and former student to discuss her research on gender microaggressions in pharmacy. As a leader in the clinical discipline, she discovered a paucity of research to explore and equip herself with an understanding of the topic and its impact or to identify interventions to solve for it. We discuss her findings and hear practical tools and tactics to apply. Casey Orton LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/in/casey-o-2baaa7206/
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