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Dr. Joseph Graves, Jr. received his Ph.D. in Environmental, Evolutionary and Systematic Biology from Wayne State University in 1988. In 1994 he was elected a Fellow of the Council of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS.) In 2012, he was chosen as one of the “Sensational Sixty” commemorating 60 years of the NSF Graduate Research Fellowship Award. In 2017, he was listed as an “Outstanding Graduates” in Biology at Oberlin College; and was an “Innovator of the Year” in US Black Engineer Magazine. His research in the evolutionary genomics of adaptation shapes our understanding of biological aging and bacterial responses to nanomaterials. He is presently Associate Director/co-PI of the Precision Microbiome Engineering (PreMiEr) Engineering Research Center of Excellence (Gen-4 ERC) funded by the National Science Foundation (2022—2027). His book on nanomaterials is entitled: Principles and Applications of Antimicrobial Nanomaterials, (Amsterdam NE: Elsevier), 2021. His books on the biology of race are entitled: The Emperor's New Clothes: Biological Theories of Race at the Millennium, Rutgers University Press, 2005 and The Race Myth: Why We Pretend Race Exists in America, Dutton Press, 2005; with Alan Goodman, Racism, Not Race: Answers to Frequently Asked Questions, Columbia University Press, 2021. Racism, Not Race was named by Kirkus Reviews as “One of the Best Non-Fiction 2021” and to its “Best Books About Being Black in America 2021”. Finally, his biopic work entitled, A Voice in the Wilderness: A Pioneering Biologist Explains How Evolution Can Help Us Solve Our Biggest Problems, (New York: Basic Books), 2022. He leads programs addressing underrepresentation of minorities in science. He had aided underserved youth in Greensboro via the YMCA chess program. He has also served on the Racial Reconciliation and Justice Commission, and COVID Vaccination Task Fore of the Episcopal Diocese of North Carolina. He also served as the science advisor to the Chicago, New Brunswick, and Methodist of Ohio Theological Seminaries through the AAAS Dialogues of Science, Ethics, and Religion (DoSER) program.
LISTEN.SUBSCRIBE.SHAREpatreon: patreon.com/sidneysmithcre8tivThe few of a kind podcast, Now That's Debatable is back with another new episode. Each week, three black men step away from telling jokes on stage (a Conservative, a Socialist and a Democrat) to discuss the world's current events. And with the help of their live audience, they debate comedians, movies, politics, sports, music, relationships and everything in between. Nothing is out of bounds. This week, Sidney, Deon, Warren and the Masterdebaters debate Jordan's legacy and how much the love and Nike and the Jordan brand has insulated him. Deon and Sidney debate if Michael Jordan like black people. And how much does race have to do with Lamar Jackson not having a deal on the table.LISTEN. SUBSCRIBE. SHARESupport the show and more, by joining the Patreon . https://www.patreon.com/sidneysmithcre8tiv
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Today our theme is "laugh so you don't cry" – we're covering some of the ridiculous things happening in our world, and while things are looking bleak, we're going to laugh at the absurdity. First, China's Xi Jinping and Russia's Putin met last week to ... take over the world? Meanwhile, in the U.S., the cast of "Ted Lasso" visits a White House press briefing (because we have time for that apparently), Joe Biden still can't seem to read from a prompter, and Vice President Kamala Harris sends a formal letter congratulating Dylan Mulvaney on 365 days of pretending to be a girl. We also take a look at a list of things that are now apparently racist, including coffee, ballet, and highways, and discuss Robin DiAngelo pushing for segregation. --- Timecodes: (04:44) Putin and Xi Jinping meeting (12:00) Ted Lasso at White House press briefing (13:28) Biden can't read a poem (15:29) Jill Biden is frustrated with Joe (20:50) Propaganda from CCP and Soviet Russia (24:24) Things that are apparently racist (34:45) Robin DiAngelo pushes for segregation (41:35) Pentagon diversity chief (46:39) VP Harris sends letter to Dylan Mulvaney --- Today's Sponsors: Birch Gold — protect your future with gold. Text 'ALLIE' to 989898 for a free, zero obligation info kit on diversifying and protecting your savings with gold. My Patriot Supply — prepare yourself for anything with long-term emergency food storage. Get $200 of survival gear when you buy a Three-Month Emergency Food Kit when you go to PrepareWithAllie.com. BlazeTV — join BlazeTV today and get $30 off an Annual Pass with our Student, Military, or First Responder Discount! Just go to Subscribe.BlazeTV.com, click the verification button, and enter your ID to get started. Quinn's Goat Soap — goat soap smells amazing and feels great on your skin, and cleans and moisturizes at the same time. Go to QPGoatSoap.com and use code “ALLIE” for 10% off the total order. --- Links: CBS: "China's leader Xi Jinping meets Putin in Moscow days after Russian leader charged with war crimes" https://www.cbsnews.com/news/ukraine-news-vladimir-putin-china-russia-meeting-icc-war-crimes/ Daily Mail: "Keeping busy Kamala? VP sends trans activist Dylan Mulvaney a one-year 'birthday' note congratulating her on 365 days of 'living authentically' - 7 days after Drew Barrymore knelt at her feet in fawning interview" https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-11886801/amp/Keeping-busy-Kamala-VP-sends-trans-activist-Dylan-Mulvaney-one-year-birthday-note.html Afru: “Is coffee racist? How drinking coffee perpetuates white supremacy” https://afru.com/coffee-industry-racism-white-supremacy/ NY Times: “Peanut Butter, Jelly and Racism” https://www.nytimes.com/video/us/100000004818663/peanut-butter-jelly-and-racism.html Kaiser Health News: “Civil Rights Groups Say School Lunch Programs' Dairy Emphasis Is Racist” https://khn.org/morning-breakout/civil-rights-groups-say-school-lunch-programs-dairy-emphasis-is-racist/ WaPo: “American cycling has a racism problem” https://www.washingtonpost.com/outlook/2021/11/16/american-cycling-has-racism-problem/ Medium: “Running Is Too White. It Doesn't Have to Be.” https://level.medium.com/running-is-too-white-what-can-we-do-about-it-8a65f0aeaf3d ABC: “America's national parks face existential crisis over race” https://abcnews.go.com/Politics/americas-national-parks-face-existential-crisis-race/story?id=71528972 Fox News: “Loyola professor claims organized pantries are rooted in ‘racist and sexist' social structures” https://www.foxnews.com/media/loyola-professor-organized-pantries-rooted-racist-sexist-social-structures --- Relevant Episodes: Ep 770 | Debunking the 'Kids Do Better with Gay Parents' Study https://apple.co/3nhpHAv --- Buy Allie's book, You're Not Enough (& That's Okay): Escaping the Toxic Culture of Self-Love: https://alliebethstuckey.com/book Relatable merchandise – use promo code 'ALLIE10' for a discount: https://shop.blazemedia.com/collections/allie-stuckey Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Dr. Nomsa Khalfani, Co-CEO of Essential Access Health and founder of Khalfani Strategy Group acknowledged the progress that was made in the past, was for the past; she highlighted the need to revisit and update with relevant current advancements."They referred to me as a militant when I went to college, it's like I became this revolutionist... that was when I officially changed my name, how I dressed, the books I read, and how I function in the world..." - Dr. Nomsa Khalfani
This show is made possible by you! To become a sustaining member go to LauraFlanders.org/donate Thank you for your continued support!Rosa Parks is best known to Americans as a national treasure — the little old lady who sat down on a bus and “ended racism.” What we lose in that depiction is what happened before and afterward, which is to say most of the story of Park's lifetime of activism. Soledad O'Brien, the award-winning journalist and producer, has just executive produced the first ever full-length documentary on the Civil Rights icon, titled “The Rebellious Life of Mrs. Rosa Parks.” based on the book by Jeanne Theoharis, and directed by Yoruba Richen and Johanna Hamilton. The film tells a much fuller story of the woman best known for her role in the Montgomery Bus Boycott. The film is also being used to create a curriculum for K-12 students. Laura welcomes back Soledad for this revealing conversation on Parks, her legacy, and what the media got wrong. Why is it essential to dispel the myths and to fully understand the role that strategic organizing played in the actions of Rosa Parks, and the implications for her life, and ours today?“Who knew Rosa Parks was a fan of the Black Panthers? Who knew Rosa Parks was as much of a fan of Malcolm X as she was of Dr. King? What does it say about this vision we had of Rosa Parks, where everybody knows her and yet even Hollywood celebrities can't identify this woman who's called the mother of the movement.”“I talk about mistakes I made all the time. I don't mind. I'm happy to, I did them. They exist on tape somewhere. It's okay, let's fix it. Let's get better from it. I think we just need more introspection.”Guest: Soledad O'Brien, CEO of Soledad O'Brien Productions; Award-winning Journalist, Producer & Philanthropist; Executive Producer, The Rebellious Life of Mrs. Rosa Parks Full Show Notes are located HERE. They include related episodes, articles, and more to dive deeper. Chapters (full conversation)00:00:00 Introduction to the program.00:01:37 How did the new documentary about Rosa Parks story come together? They discuss some highlights from her untold story especially as an activist. She embraced change by any means necessary. Shockingly you'll learn that the 'mother of the movement' was destitute and often ignored. What it means when we only get a partial picture of a person's body of work in the civil rights movement.00:12:05 They discuss the challenges of being a journalist in these times. What is good journalism especially when covering the run up to an election? With regard to Maggie Haberman's book "Confidence Man: The Making of Donald Trump, and the Breaking of America", what does the role of 'access' play, and who does it serve? Ask yourself 'what's the framing?' 00:17:55 They discuss covering politics in these times and share advice as two seasoned journalists. The difference between spinning a story and overtly lying. Why it's important to highlight hypocricy. 00:20:09 They discuss the book the documentary is based on and the telling of a more complex story beyond the headlines. How was it possible that she was the mother of the movement, yet destitute. How women were left out of the narrative when it came to the work in the civil rights movement.00:23:50 The discussion pivots to the topic of 'city and community development projects,' and the challenges in these times with regard to race relations. How do you make sure your city is serving you?00:28:00 Activism is a long game! There's a curriculum that accompanies the documentary film. The author of the book the documentary is based on, and others are taking the documentary and the greater story of Rosa Parks to public schools across the country. What's next for Soledad O'Brien and her production company?
In this episode, Amie & Sara discuss the case of nurse DonQuenick Joppy with nurse Amanda Golino. Ms. Joppy, a Black nurse claims she faced racial discrimination at an Aurora hospital that led to her being wrongly prosecuted for manslaughter in the death of an elderly patient. We agree. The criminal charges, brought by the Colorado Attorney General's Office, were later dropped at the prosecution's request “in the interest of justice,” a motion to dismiss shows. Where is the same outrage/energy nursing colleagues had for Radonda Vaught? This could happen to any nurse too. Please elevate and amplify Ms. Joppy's story. https://www.denverpost.com/2022/05/04/donquenick-joppy-lawsuit-medical-center-aurora/ Full case transcript here: https://www.scribd.com/document/572914029/DonQuenick-Joppy-sues-hospital# Sharing DQs fundraiser for legal fees: http://spot.fund/wdwcvsc Venmo is @GiveUsOurHarvest and her CashApp is $DonQuenick Denver Post article: https://www.denverpost.com/2022/05/04/donquenick-joppy-lawsuit-medical-center-aurora/ DailyKos: https://m.dailykos.com/stories/2022/5/5/2095876/--It-s-wild-Black-nurse-sues-hospital-after-she-was-targeted-with-unjust-criminal-charges Hashtags on Twitter: #IStandWithDonQuenick #RacismInNursing #JusticeForDQ
It’s a mixed bag of topics today, but that’s what you get when you give the host caffeine before he goes on air. Wretched Radio | Air Date: March 23, 2023 https://media-wretched.org/Radio/Podcast/WR2023-0323.mp3 Segment 1 Racism isn’t really what the media tells us it is. How do you respond when you’re told perpetually you’re bad? 8 […] The post THE GOOD, THE BAD, AND THE PIOUS appeared first on Wretched.
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Many eccentric geniuses have written about cricket, and indeed played it. Few have been as eccentric as Major Rowland Bowen – or had his genius. In 1970, after years of dedicated research (not all his own) he published Cricket: A History of its growth and development throughout the world. Long out of print, it is still unmatched in its global sweep, its presentation of arcane facts, and its insurrectionary daring (which delighted C L R James) in overturning almost sacred cricketing myths. It riled the cricketing Establishment of its day, especially those seeking to defend white supremacy.Russell Jackson is an award-winning Australian author and journalist. He became fascinated by Bowen and his contribution to cricket history. He has now inherited from the late Murray Hedgecock the daunting task of reviving Bowen's work and making sense of his extraordinary life, as he explains to Peter Oborne and Richard Heller as the guest on their latest cricket-themed podcast.Russell speculates about the motives behind Bowen's very personal and cantankerous crusade for the truth in cricket history. His career had echoes of John Le Carré: he was the son of a disgraced solicitor and served in Intelligence. In spite of family financial problems he attended Westminster School in the 1920s and was noted early as a cricket obsessive although not noted as a player. At seventeen, he became a member of the MCC (thanks to an influential proposer. Already a natural contrarian, he read cricket literature copiously and decided that almost all of it needed challenge and correction by himself.His actual trigger was Roy Webber, the leading scorer, who was the authority for a wrong fact on a quiz show. It inspired a lifetime's war for his view of the truth in cricket. To achieve an outlet for this, he eventually founded his own subscription-only journal Cricket Quarterly in 1963. He had a habit of quarrelling violently with subscribers, striking them off, and rejecting new ones for fear that they were the old ones trying to sneak up on him under assumed names. This business model is not normally recommended to publishers, but CQ survived for 32 issues until 1971 and produced a highly influential corpus of work as the basis for his history. With its book it deserves a full re-issue.The undismissed subscribers formed a global network of amateur cricket historians and statisticians. Bowen was astute enough to enlist them as volunteer contributors of obscure local materials which he needed. Peter Hain was among them, and submitted to a volley of demands. He said that his only supporters for stopping the apartheid tour of 1970 in the world of cricket were John Arlott, David Sheppard – and Bowen.Russell suggests that Bowen's central mission was to correct the established Anglocentric history of cricket with its almost exclusive focus on first-class matches. He stressed especially the long success of American cricket and the impact of its exclusion from the Imperial Cricket Conference in 1911.Financial pressures drove Bowen into the army. He served first in India and then in Intelligence in London in the 1950s as a map and topographical analyst. His main achievement was to be the first to detect the Soviet missiles which provoked the Cuban crisis of 1962.Continue reading here: https://chiswickcalendar.co.uk/episode-115-the-weird-genius-who-revolutionized-cricket-history/Get in touch with us by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org, we would love to hear from you!
Wagons West this week, with a guest I've been trying to get on the show since the early days. It's Victor Lavalle.I had always wanted to speak to him about The Ballad of Black Tom in the dream that we could join together to call Lovecraft names. As it turns out, that will have to wait, cos he's brought out a brand-new novel … and it's a Weird Western. Cue squealing!! It's one of my favourite sub-genres.We talk about homesteading and wilderness, about bad neighbours and New York City, about family and fidelity to truth and the need for happy endings … and there's an awful lot of chat about monsters. This is one of the best episodes of the year so far. You'll learn, you'll laugh, you'll almost certainly cry. Why aren't you crying? What's wrong with you? Are you heartless??Enjoy!Lone Women was published by on March 28thth by One WorldOther books mentioned in this episode include:The Ballad of Black Tom (2016), by Victor LavalleThe Changeling (2017), by Victor LavalleThe Devil in Silver (2012), by Victor LavalleMontana Women Homesteaders: A Field of One's Own (2009), by Dr Sarah CarterThe Autobiography of My Mother (1996), by Jamaica KincaidSupport Talking Scared on PatreonCome talk books on Twitter @talkscaredpod, on Instagram, or email direct to email@example.com Support the show
Happy Monday, my Friend! Welcome to the podcast, Inside the Minds of Authors. We have a powerful and transformative show for you this evening. The talented non-fiction author and professor, Ms. Shelly Tochluk, is joining us on the program. Ms. Shelly is a Professor of Education at Mount Saint Mary's University-Los Angeles. For over 18 years, she has worked with AWARE-LA (Alliance of White Anti-Racists Everywhere-Los Angeles) to host dialogues and an annual 4-day institute, Unmasking Whiteness, which leads White people into a deeper understanding of their personal relationship to race and systemic racism. Ms. Shelly is sharing with us the 3rd edition of her book Witnessing Whiteness. This is a powerful book that can help everyone start those critical conversations regarding race. As well as providing incredible resources for everyone in the journey to becoming more racially aware. To learn more about Ms. Shelly in this incredible movement, check out her website at https://www.shellytochluk.com. Don't forget, if you would like to get a behind the scenes on the recordings, and watch the unedited video, just join the podcast-junkies today. Not only will you be supporting the making of this program, but you also get to see these incredible interviews. Become a Podcast Junkie at www.patreon.com/AuthorDCGomez and support the Podcast. Happy Listening, DC
Early in 1966, the people of Lowndes County, Alabama formed an all-Black, independent political organization called the Lowndes County Freedom Organization (LCFO). Organized with the support of activists from the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (SNCC), the LCFO fought the disenfranchisement of Black voters against the palpable threat of white violence. The LCFO was a crucial chapter in the early history of Black Power, providing not only the blueprint for Kwame Ture's theory of Black Power but also the black panther imagery that would inspire Huey P. Newton and Bobby Seale to form the Black Panther Party for Self Defense in Oakland just a few months later. Former SNCC organizers Jennifer Lawson and Courtland Cox join The Marc Steiner Show to offer an oral history of the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee and the Lowndes County Freedom Organization.Jennifer Lawson joined the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (SNCC) in 1966 and was elected to its central coordinating committee. She designed the Black Panther symbol and campaign materials for the Lowndes Country Freedom Organization. Lawson continued her civil rights work for several more years before becoming an executive and producer in public television. She currently works with the SNCC Legacy Project to preserve the history of the movement and to encourage young activists to document their stories.Courtland Cox joined SNCC as a student at Howard University in 1960, and appeared as the representative of the organization's central committee at the 1963 March on Washington. He helped organize the 1964 Freedom Summer in Mississippi, and was also one of the organizers of the Lowndes County Freedom Organization. Later in life, he served as Secretary General of the Sixth Pan-African Congress in Tanzania, as well as on the Board of TransAfrica. He was appointed by President Clinton to serve as the Director of the Minority Business Development Agency (MBDA) at the U.S. Department of Commerce. He currently serves as board chair of the SNCC Legacy Project.Studio/Post-Production: David HebdenHelp us continue producing The Marc Steiner Show by following us and becoming a monthly sustainer:Donate: https://therealnews.com/donate-pod-mssSign up for our newsletter: https://therealnews.com/nl-pod-stGet The Marc Steiner Show updates: https://therealnews.com/up-pod-stLike us on Facebook: https://facebook.com/therealnewsFollow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/therealnews
In this episode, we take a deep dive into Frantz Fanon's first book Black Skin, White Masks. We discuss his views on racism as a form of alienation and narcissism, assess that status of reason throughout his argument, and interrogate his emphasis on futurity over history. Throughout we defend his theory of social pathology and his embrace of reason and universal humanism. This episode should be a stimulating introduction to the anticolonial and revolutionary work of Fanon for both newcomers and experts!leftofphilosophy.com | @leftofphilReferences:Frantz Fanon, Black Skin, White Masks, trans. Richard Philcox (New York: Grove Press, 2008).Frantz Fanon, Œuvres (Paris: Éditions La Découverte, 2011).Frantz Fanon, “Racism and Culture,” in Toward the African Revolution, trans. Haakon Chevalier (New York: Grove Press, 1967).Liam Kofi Bright, “White Psychodrama,” The Journal of Political Philosophy, 2023. https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/full/10.1111/jopp.12290Music: Vintage Memories by Schematist | schematist.bandcamp.com
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This edWeb podcast is sponsored by EmbraceRace.The webinar recording can be accessed here.The headlines tell us that in recent years our schools have become a battleground over whether and how to teach our children about race and racism. In EmbraceRace's recent Reflections report, they begin to chronicle the counter-narrative, highlighting the emergence of a multi-sectoral field of learning and practice centered on children's racial learning. The Reflections report provides insights from leading experts in education, parenting, children's media, healthcare, and social science research on the critical work being done in this emerging field, and on what more can be done to teach children about race in healthy, affirming ways. During this edWeb podcast, you learn about why effective guidance and modeling from adults is necessary to help kids overcome the odds of developing racial biases and anxieties and be more prepared to act in ways that help dismantle structural racism. The presenters invite educators to consider how they can join the diverse and growing group of educators, parents, media professionals, healthcare providers, and others who are planting the seeds of healthy racial learning for children across America. In addition, they share ideas and resources for educators who are motivated to help build the field of children's racial learning. This edWeb podcast is of interest to PreK-12 teachers, librarians, and school and district leaders.EmbraceRace Let's raise a generation of children who are thoughtful, informed, and brave about race.Learn more about viewing live edWeb presentations and on-demand recordings, earning CE certificates, and using accessibility features.
A chaplain is not exactly a morale officer but it's kinda close. I'm deeply concerned about the hearts and minds of my officers and how beaten down they may feel. After the last several years of relentless negativity about law enforcement, I find myself yearning for a voice that is not just positive but one that can be resolute and strong in the face of adversity. So when I heard Dexter Pitts talk about personal responsibility and not letting negative voices redefine who and what you are, that was just what the doctor ordered. Dexter is a cop from Louisville, Kentucky. He's a combat veteran and he has a wide variety of law enforcement experience. But what sets Dexter apart is that when he saw riots burning down his city, he left a job in a peaceful small town to go back and put on riot gear to stand with his fellow brothers and sisters in blue. Dexter has faced all kinds of adversity in his life which we talk about, including family tragedy, racism, and the ongoing argument for what it means to be a cop in America. Dexter's not to speak his mind and people hate him for it, but I bet you're going to love this guy.Resources:I Am Pitts, by Dexter Pitts - Dexter recommends listening to the audio version on AudibleFind him on Instagram @iampitts1Dexter's website is iampitts.comMusic is by Chris Haugen and by Winking FoxHey Chaplain Podcast Episode 052Subscribe/Follow here: Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/hey-chaplain/id1570155168 Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/2CGK9A3BmbFEUEnx3fYZOY Email us at: firstname.lastname@example.orgThanks for Listening! And, as always, pray for peace in our city.
The new one-woman play 'The Road to Damascus' reinterprets the biblical story of Saul and the tale of Little Red Riding Hood as an allegory for white complicity in the US prison system and the possibility of redemption through anti-racism. Creator and performer Kathy Randels joins Rattling the Bars to discuss her new work.Studio/Post-Production: Cameron Granadino Click here to read the transcript.Help us continue producing Rattling the Bars by following us and becoming a monthly sustainer: Donate: https://therealnews.com/donate-pod-rtbSign up for our newsletter: https://therealnews.com/nl-pod-rtbGet Rattling the Bars updates: https://therealnews.com/up-pod-rtbLike us on Facebook: https://facebook.com/therealnewsFollow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/therealnews
Interested in further study of the Bible? Join us at Logos Bible Software. Are you interested in a rigorous and Reformed seminary education? Call Westminster Seminary California at 888-480-8474 or visit www.wscal.edu! Do you want to retrieve our Classical Protestant theology and heritage? Sign up for a degree program or individual classes at the Davenant Institute by following this link here. Please help support the show on our Patreon Page! SEASON 5 EPISODE 25 Join Nick & Peter of the Guilt Grace Gratitude Podcast as continue Season 5, Reformed Apologetics, with their fourth "Question for Christianity," a conversation around Racism. George Yancey (PhD, University of Texas) is a professor at the Institute for Studies of Religion at Baylor University, specializing in race/ethnicity and religion. He works to promote collaborative communication as a solution to racial unrest. His books include Compromising Scholarship, One Faith No Longer, Hostile Environment, Beyond Racial Gridlock, and Transcending Racial Barriers. Book(s) used for this conversation: Beyond Racial Division (Use the code GGG22 for 30% off and Free Shipping) Have Feedback or Questions? Email us at: email@example.com Find us on Instagram: @guiltgracepod Follow us on Twitter: @guiltgracepod Find us on YouTube: Guilt Grace Gratitude Podcast Please rate and subscribe to the podcast on whatever platform you use! Looking for a Reformed Church? North American Presbyterian & Reformed Churches --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/gggpodcast/support
CJ is doing well with self care Sunday...Mammz went shoe shopping...St Patrick's Day conundrum...She is quite the cheerleader...CJ saw the Lion King...V with the Hive Collective joins us...Oh, you sound incredible!...Whores in the bookstore...Racism meet ageism...She's not even from Africa Check out V and her lovely fire performance team on Instagram @TheHiveFire Purchase V's Custom Leather Jackets on Instagram @demodegauche
Team meetings are a part of life - like it or not. But meetings don't have to mean misery! In this episode, John and Wayne discuss tips on how to plan and lead meetings that you and your team actually enjoy. We get practical on even how to make a difficult meeting more effective. Follow us on Instagram for more great leadership content: Pastor John (@johnsiebeling), Pastor Wayne (@waynefrancis), Podcast (@leadershipinblackandwhite). Order your copy of John and Wayne's book, God and Race, at godandrace.com.Leadership in Black and White is powered by World Vision. Learn how World Vision partners with the local church at worldvision.org/blackandwhite
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Featuring Helena Hansen, Jules Netherland, and David Herzberg on how American capitalism and its illusions of whiteness both created the opioid crisis and shaped the response to it. We are discussing their book Whiteout: How Racial Capitalism Changed the Color of Opioids in America.Support The Dig at Patreon.com/TheDigCheck out our newsletters and vast archives at thedigradio.comSubscribe to Jacobin bit.ly/digjacobin and Catalyst bit.ly/digcatalyst Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Featuring Helena Hansen, Jules Netherland, and David Herzberg on how American capitalism and its illusions of whiteness both created the opioid crisis and shaped the response to it. We are discussing their book Whiteout: How Racial Capitalism Changed the Color of Opioids in America. Support The Dig at Patreon.com/TheDig Check out our newsletters and vast archives at thedigradio.com Subscribe to Jacobin bit.ly/digjacobin and Catalyst bit.ly/digcatalyst
Welcome to a very special part 1 of a double episode of Decoding 40 reporting from Lisbon Portugal. The guys discuss the first half of their vacation as they talk about everything from the food, the wine, and the local nightlife scene. Now, it wouldn't be Decoding40 if we didn't have a new installment of This Week in Racism, Lisbon edition. The crew visited a local restaurant, but we were turned away even though it didn't close for another hour. Was this bad timing or was the racism train right on time? This and so much more on this week's episode of Decoding 40.You'll hear all of this and so much more on this episode of Decoding 40.Want to vent? Text or call us at (619) 940-4040.Want to be the Whiskey Warrior of the Week? Send us an email at Decoding40@gmail.com. Want to support the show? Send donations to CashApp at $Decoding40Want to follow us? Find us @decoding40 on all social media platforms.Want to partner with us? Send a message to firstname.lastname@example.org or slide in our DMsWant some merch? Go to decoding40pod.comWant to submit an OpEd for our newsletter NEET? Go to https://bit.ly/Decoding40NEET
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Dorien Nuñez is a New York City native, amateur astronomer, and former professional Sax player. He has celebrated 50 years on Wall Street, is a first generation college grad from Harvard, and is a proud alum of the New York City public school system. He is a co-founder of a group of Harvard Black and Latinx alumni serving on corporate boards, and is a Senior Fellow at Intentional Endowments Network. Dorien Nuñez's journey to understanding the racial wealth disparity began in his childhood, growing up in Brooklyn but attending an elite mostly White high school in the suburbs. He was inspired by the achievements of people like Benjamin Banneker, and had mentors like his schoolteachers, who helped him develop his talents. At a young age, he began to understand the importance of money and developed entrepreneurial skills. With the help of his mentors, he was accepted to prestigious boarding schools and eventually Harvard Business School. His experiences gave him the insight to understand the systemic issues in capitalism and banking, leading him to dedicate his career to helping others to invest and create wealth. With his commitment to mentorship, Dorien Nuñez is helping to close the racial wealth gap and empower people to create and achieve unlimited success. 1. Exploring the economic disparities between white and black people in the US. 2. Investigating the role of mentors and how they help individuals succeed. 3. Decoding the secrets to becoming a millionaire by investing wisely. Chapter Summaries: [00:03:21] The wealth disparity between black and white people. What does it mean when we talk about generational wealth? [00:08:47] Dorien was born in Harlem and then moved to Brooklyn. Got a scholarship to go to an elite white boarding school, St. Paul's School in Concord, New Hampshire. His first mentors were his school teachers. Ended up going to Harvard Business School. [00:14:55] When he was nine years old, he saw an article about the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. His mentors saw something in him and nurtured it. This leads him to try to find and mentor high school students and college students. [00:17:32] As a child, he was entrepreneurial. "The hardest job to get on Wall Street is your first job." His advice to anybody out there is to learn about money. You can't get rich if you don't know about money. [00:23:53] Credit scores are important and people can raise their credit scores. All kinds of free services will help you repair your credit. More and more entities are providing capital to people with lower credit scores. Things are getting easier and better, but you still have to take responsibility and get your budget in order. [00:31:10] "Well, when I went away to boarding school, it was practically all mostly white boarding school. I was there to get a good education, to learn what I could, and to take it back home. That was my mission. At age 14, I knew what I was going to do." [00:31:40] "The House of Representatives kept Adam Clayton Powell from taking his seat. So if they wanted to, they could keep George Santos in his seat. And in California, they recalled Governor Davis." "We'll send any listeners to this show, who calls in or sends Simma an email a free report on "Ten Things You Could Do To Save Money and Invest and Three Things You Can Teach Your Children." [00:34:11] The term Redlining comes from when the banks or insurance company would draw a red line around the neighborhood. They would not loan money to people in Black neighborhoods or sell houses to Black people to move into white neighborhoods. Redlining is not as obvious as it has been in the past, but it still exists and it's an impediment. The only solution is to sue them when this happens. You got to make them pay economically. [00:36:40] Dorien's experience with race and racism. How they were treated differently and that being black is not that easy. [00:44:00] There are a lot of Black networks that people need to know about and be part of. If you're not part of those natural networks, then you have to find your own and build your own. That's part of wealth building [00:49:30] What is in Dorien Nuñez's favorite playlist, films, movies, shows, and books? Guest Bio Dorien Nuñez, Co-Founder and Director of Research, OMNIResearch Group. He is also the Co-founder of OMNI Wall St Advantage. Created the OMNI "WOKE" Investment Research based on his decades of expertise in ESG issues and emerging manager/minority business development programs. Has helped launch venture capital funds and loan programs for woman-owned and minority-owned businesses, raised funds for the Emerging Manager Trust which became FIS (now EXPONA), and continues to consult for new and emerging funds. Host Bio Simma Lieberman, The Inclusionist helps leaders create inclusive cultures. She is a consultant, speaker and facilitator and the host of the podcast, “Everyday Conversations on Race for Everyday People.” Contact Simma@SimmaLieberman.com Go to www.simmalieberman.com and www.raceconvo.com for more information Simma is a member of and inspired by the global organization IAC (Inclusion Allies Coalition) Previous Episodes Unraveling Racial History: Benjamin Jealous's Quest for Freedom Navigating Racism and Inclusion with Greg Jenkins, Nirupa Netram, and Elinor Stutz Black Fatigue with Mary Frances Winters Related Episodes Does Culture Fit Hiring Promote Racism? Race, Reconciliation, and Transformation Changing American Companies from the Top Down
Welcome to episode 32 of Otherwise (un)Damaged! In this episode, our regular hosts Julie Traxler and Michelle Fuller discuss the controversy surrounding Hershey's Chocolate and their International Women's Month commercial featuring a transgender male. They also discuss The Daily Wire launching a chocolate company in response. The hosts delve into the topic of equality and discuss heavily if International Women's Month is even needed. Spoiler alert - they both vote NO. Julie shares a personal story about her mother's ancestry DNA test results, which revealed that she was not as Irish as she had believed. She also acknowledges that her reason for taking the test was slightly nefarious in nature. Tune in to find out why she took that test and why she has no regrets. They also spend time discussing the recent Rasmussen poll asking the question “is it okay to be white?”. Which turns into a hot debate between Julie and Michelle. Of course, there are lots of laughs along the way. Especially when Michelle describes exactly how white she is and Julie explains how basic she is (Target, Ugg Boots, Starbucks level basic). Thank you for tuning in to Otherwise (un)Damaged, and we hope you enjoy the episode. Don't forget to subscribe and leave us a review on your favorite podcast platform. See you next time! Themes: Women, Transgender, Surveys, Racism, Equality, DNA New Episodes released every Friday Find us on Instagram (otherwise_undamaged) Check out our website (otherwiseundamaged.com)
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