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I'm so grateful to our friend Mike Kelsey for hosting, creating, and curating this week's podcast episodes! Don't miss Monday and Friday's episodes as well! When the headlines are full of stories, racial inequality is on the top of our conversations too- we read books and articles, watch documentaries and have talks around tables. But what about when the headlines are focused on something else? Rev Dr. Mika Edmonson and Dr. Christina Edmonson join Mike to talk through this and lots more helpful conversation! Here's a playlist with every Mike Kelsey episode of the podcast from the past few years! . . . . . Sign up to receive the AFD Week In Review email and ask questions to future guests! #thatsoundsfunpodcast . . . . . Thank you to our partners! BetterHelp: This podcast is sponsored by BetterHelp and That Sounds Fun listeners get 10% off their first month at BetterHelp.com/thatsoundsfun. She Reads Truth: Use the code ADVENTANNIE at checkout for 15% off your Advent order. They've created resources for the whole family! Head to shopshereadstruth.com right now! EverlyWell: For listeners of the show, Everlywell is offering a special discount of 20% off an at-home lab test at everlywell.com/thatsoundsfun. Uncommon Goods: To get 15% off your next gift, go to UNCOMMONGOODS.com/thatsoundsfun.
CRT insanity…; white kids in school made to apologize; parents used to know what was going on in schools; white women on FOX agreeing that they feel bad for slavery; blacks are so brainwashed to blame; Migrant caravan…; --- Washing feet of blacks…; Rachel from Florida finishes her conversation with Jesse. She describes forgiving her mother. Kort from Louisiana thanks Jesse for his message.
Arvind from Florida describes forgiving and now has questions about the thoughts. Evan from Connecticut sanswers the biblical question SOHCAHTOA…; Victim blaming…; --- Frank from St. Charles, MO says Jesse is bashing black people. Illegal murderer…; Tamara from Ohio can't find a good man. She describes being abused growing up and the hardships she went through. Elijah from Missouri wants to wake his parents up.
Back to Elijah… Victoria from Phoenix, AZ says the Democrats fear the races uniting. Nora from The Netherlands... Tony from California… Maria from Texas says her daughter is having issues in school. --- Back to Maria… Benjamin from Houston, TX has questions regarding the silent prayer.
Native American students face racism throughout their education, from racist mascots to the historical erasure of the American genocide from textbooks. In this passionate conversation, Indigenous Rights Activists Dahkota Brown, Chiitaanibah Johnson, Jayden Lim, and Naelyn Pike share stories of their own experiences and how they are working to abolish racism in schools.
In 2020 following the events surrounding the death of George Floyd, Mark, Brian and Joelynett had a conversation modeling a conversation about racism. Mark Weigt is the lead pastor at The Ridge, Brian McKee is the lead pastor at City of Light Church and Joelynett is his wife. This Podcast is part of their conversation. You can watch the whole conversation here. For more resources go to theridgecc.com/listen
FOLK PHENOMENOLOGY is a podcast by Sam Rocha. This episode features the raw, unedited audio from the July 2020 interview with Gloria Purvis that resulted in the published version at https://churchlifejournal.nd.edu/articles/the-gift-of-blackness/ (Church Life Journal). Rocha and Purvis returned to the https://mcgrath.nd.edu/ (McGrath Institute for Church Life) in April 2021, in "https://mcgrath.nd.edu/conferences/academic-pastoral/conversations-that-matter-the-intersection-of-racial-justice-and-life-issues/ (Conversations That Matter: The Intersection of Racial Justice and Life Issues)." FOLK PHENOMENOLOGY: SEASON ONE will air every Tuesday from July 6 to November 16, 2021. Please follow the http://jdn.app/fp (show) on your favorite app or platform and share it on social media; here is the http://jdn.app/fp (universal link). THANKS TO OUR SPONSORS: https://wipfandstock.com/ (Wipf and Stock Publishers) https://www.juandiegonetwork.com/ (Juan Diego Network) https://giveusthisday.org/?utm_source=folk (Give Us This Day) https://www.commonwealmagazine.org/ (Commonweal Magazine) https://christiansocialism.com/ (Institute for Christian Socialism) https://solidarityhall.org/ (Solidarity Hall) https://revelationcablecompany.com/ (Revelation Cable Company) https://www.blackcatholicmessenger.com/ (Black Catholic Messenger) https://wherepeteris.com/ (Where Peter Is) FRIENDS OF THE SHOW: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-commonweal-podcast/id1436418164 (The Commonweal Podcast) https://www.americamagazine.org/gloria-purvis-podcast (The Gloria Purvis Show) https://www.disinheritedpod.com/ (Disinherited Podcast) https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC6XWPTuBcXjkPoeP_MGCjug (Davood Gozli) https://www.grexly.com/uptoolate (Up Too Late with Theresa Zoe Williams) https://conversationontap.podbean.com/ (Conversation on Tap) https://anchor.fm/assembly-of-saints (Saintly Witnesses) https://kinderconservative.substack.com/ (Kinder Conservative) https://theshow.fireside.fm/ (The Show) https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCEtxsMx4qsoitFwjBdLU_gA (Gregory B. Sadler) https://podcasts.apple.com/ca/podcast/kush-classics/id1559483448 (Kush Classics) TIP JAR: https://www.buymeacoffee.com/samrocha (Buy Me a Coffee ) https://www.paypal.com/paypalme/samrochadotcom (PayPal ) FULL SCHEDULE: https://fp.captivate.fm/episode/trailer (June 1 | TRAILER) https://fp.captivate.fm/episode/sofia (June 29 | Episode 0 | Folk Phenomenology with guest host Sofia Rocha ) https://fp.captivate.fm/episode/interview (July 6 | Episode 1 | The Interview ) https://fp.captivate.fm/episode/gaffigan (July 13 | Episode 2 | The Tragicomic with Jeannie Gaffigan) https://fp.captivate.fm/episode/oakes (July 20 | Episode 3 | Writing and Composition with Kaya Oakes ) https://fp.captivate.fm/episode/rossiter (July 27 | Episode 4 | Philosophy and Math with Sarah Hogarth Rossiter ) https://fp.captivate.fm/episode/gurule (August 3 | Episode 5 | Abolition and Immigration with Sophia Gurule ) https://fp.captivate.fm/episode/zuleta-goldberg (August 10 | Episode 6 | Liberation Theology with Vanesa Zuleta Goldberg) https://fp.captivate.fm/episode/addington (August 17 | Episode 7 | Translation with Catherine Addington) https://fp.captivate.fm/episode/guerra (August 24 | Episode 8 | El Ser y la Persona con Rodrigo Guerra) https://fp.captivate.fm/episode/akalegebere (August 31 | Episode 9 | Powerlifting with Ogechi Akalegebere ) https://fp.captivate.fm/episode/christian (September 7 | Episode 10 | Black Lives with Rebecca Christian ) https://fp.captivate.fm/episode/purvis (September 14 | Episode 11 | Racism and Black Joy with Gloria Purvis) https://fp.captivate.fm/episode/debate-delight (September 21 | Episode 12 | Debate and Delight) https://fp.captivate.fm/episode/gray (September 28 | Episode 13 | Debating Critical Race Theory with David Gray ) https://fp.captivate.fm/episode/crt-cst (October 5 |... Support this podcast
Fear is something we have all experienced in our lives, an elevated heart rate, tears, sweaty palms, a heightened sense of awareness, but most of us have no idea what it's like to live with constant fear. Today's guest, Dr. Alisha Moreland-Capuia, believes that chronic fear is trauma and that there is a relationship between fear and trauma and fear and racism. Like COVID-19, Racism is very much a pandemic. Dr. Moreland-Capuia believes the same systemic action we have taken to address the pandemic can also be used to address systemic racism. She believes that we cannot just be allies in the fight against racism, we must be accomplices and today she is helping us all better understand what we can do individually, with your families and within our communities to be a part of the solution. About Dr. Moreland-Capuia Alisha Moreland-Capuia, MD, is a community psychiatrist who works at the intersection of trauma, addiction, and mental health. Her core mission in life is to do good, serve others, and reduce human suffering. At McLean, Dr. Moreland-Capuia is the director of Trauma-Informed Treatment, Consultation, and Outreach for the Division of Depression and Anxiety Disorders and the associate medical director at the Hill Center for Women. Through her research, Dr. Moreland-Capuia explores how systems recognize, manage, and move away from trauma. Drawing on her expertise in global health, trauma, addiction, and system development and change, Dr. Moreland-Capuia's research seeks to reduce unnecessary human suffering. She also hopes to contribute to an increased understanding of the impact of trauma on brain development and the overall risk for mental illness and how trauma shows up in systems. Dr. Moreland-Capuia's work builds on her experience training organizations, educators, government officials, and others in trauma-informed organizational change. This training explains the impact of trauma on individuals, populations, and systems. It also instructs organizations on ways they can change to best serve those who have been affected by trauma. Her approach is presented in her book, “Training for Change: Transforming Systems to be Trauma-Informed, Culturally Responsive, and Neuroscientifically Focused.”
Critical Theory and Race - Part One Episode 10 on BLM, CRT and Social Justice with Dr. Crawford and Karen LorittsTim Keller's review of justice and critical theoryChristianity Today expert panel on CRTDr. Tony Evans on CRT
In this episode of the #CallHerAuntyPodcast, Grace & Qua discuss their thoughts on Season 3 of YOU. They also talk about the impacts on the body because of racism and why it is in fact a public health issue. Tune in now to hear more and to hear what the ladies have been up too!
As Congress debates a massive bill to overhaul the nation's physical infrastructure, one Michigan city is an example of how badly help is needed, and how communities of color are often the last to receive it. John Yang traveled to Benton Harbor, where the water is undrinkable and residents' anger is at a boiling point. PBS NewsHour is supported by - https://www.pbs.org/newshour/about/funders
Back to Brandon… Kyle from Washington asks Jesse why he spoke at the 21 summit alongside pick up artists and slutmakers. John from Pennsylvania answers the biblical question. --- Back to Kyle… James from Tennessee is back together with a woman that aborted his child. B from Florida is having a hard time following her husband. They disagree on a number of topics like the vaccines and beyond.
Back to B… Jim from Maryland keeps forgiving his mother. Nora from The Netherlands asks why Jesse hates black people. Keith from BC, Canada thanks Jesse. --- Back to Keith… Back to Nora from The Netherlands… Borce from New Jersey
Daryl McGraw and Ashley Stewart discuss ways recovery support services can respond to Black, Brown, and Indigenous People of Color in ways that acknowledge the compounding effects of racism with host Livia Davis. Visit c4innovates.com, subscribe to receive newsletter and training updates, and follow us on Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, and YouTube for more resources to grow your impact. Learn More Daryl McGraw Ashley Stewart Explains How Social Workers Can Work Against Racial Injustice and Toward Social Change from Temple University College of Public Health More episodes on race equity and recovery from Changing the Conversation Equity and Recovery at C4 Innovations Face and Voices of Recovery Access a transcript of Leading with Respect & Acknowledging Barriers: Supporting Recovery Journeys of People of Color (forthcoming)
Much discussion takes place today over the words of Paul the Apostle in his letters and women's rights. Katie Beth and Steve discuss the context and culture of Paul, and what Paul actually said along with his view of women in ministry.
Antisemitism is a core ideology in white nationalist movements and was part of what drove extremists at the 2017 Charlottesville 'Unite the Right' protest. American University professor Pamela Nadell, former homeland security analyst Daryl Johnson,racial justice activist Eric Ward, and former white nationalist Derek Black join Hari Sreenivasan to discuss as part of our ongoing series, "Exploring Hate: Antisemitism, Racism and Extremism." PBS NewsHour is supported by - https://www.pbs.org/newshour/about/funders
In this episode I looked at the main ways in which racism manifests itself in the UK during University. I drew on the anonymous experiences of students from my campus as well as data collected around the UK to evaluate the problem of racism in Universities as well as how to solve them. Listen in to find out more!
“Are you or have you ever been a member of the Communist Party?” has become “What is your vaccination status?”. People are not just experiencing scrutiny and threats, but risking job loss and social exclusion if they answer incorrectly. Andy updates us on the latest developments in his conflict with the school district (SFUSD) over their insistence that he share his medical information and authorize the district to release the information to others.ITunes and Spotify only show our last 150 episodes:To see all our episodes go to:What's Left? Website:Contact us @: What's Left Over: (alternate site if we are cancelled)https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCieONcoThHsDofxLo8K3_yQSubscribe to What's Left? on Telegram:iTunes: Spotify: Bitchute: YouTube: LBRY: Telegram :Odysee: stitcher: Googleplaymusic:
This conversation was recorded as part of Work Shouldn't Suck's https://www.workshouldntsuck.co/ethical-reopening-summit-2021 (Ethical Re-Opening Summit) that took place on April 27, 2021. This unprecedented time has become a time of learning (and relearning) for many. But what is the process for turning knowledge into action in and out of our organizations? Thinking about organizational anti-racism work begins with a clear understanding of what “the work” is. Task forces, caucuses, book clubs, consultants? So many options. Our guests discuss different approaches to doing "the work" in our organizations. Resources mentioned during episode: Change.org's https://www.change.org/reset/index.html (Reflect & Reset) “https://blog.fracturedatlas.org/what-does-it-mean-when-we-say-doing-the-work (What Does It Mean When We Say Doing ‘The Work'?)” by Nina Berman “https://blog.fracturedatlas.org/working-apart-so-we-can-work-together-eea424bc5112 (Working Apart So We Can Work Together)” by Courtney Harge & Tiffany Wilhelm “https://blog.fracturedatlas.org/resources-for-white-people-to-learn-and-talk-about-race-and-racism-5b207fff4fc7 (Resources for White People to Learn and Talk About Race and Racism)” by Nina Berman & Nicola Carpenter https://www.instagram.com/thenapministry/?hl=en (The Nap Ministry) on Instagram https://www.artequity.org/ (artEquity) & Carmen Morgan Fractured Atlas's https://blog.fracturedatlas.org/a-welcoming-environment-next-steps-in-our-anti-racism-and-anti-oppression-work-c47a5a0f7b0b (negative interactions document) ANSA EDIM (she/her) is the Vice President and Chair of the Staff Board at Change.org and sits on Change.org's C-team. With over a decade of experience in brand, marketing, and communications, Ansa is a proud member of Change.org's Black community resource group, Change.Noire. Before joining Change.org, Ansa spent several years working in tech, government consulting, non-profit, and education industries and most recently ran her own brand consulting firm, working specifically with elderly-, women-, and minority-owned businesses. Ansa lives in Washington, D.C. with her two boxers, Big Mac and Kiss, and spends her time enjoying the city, traveling, and lifting heavy things. COURTNEY HARGE (she/her) is a producer, director, and professional arts administrator originally from Saginaw, MI. She is the CEO ofhttps://www.ofbyforall.org/ ( Of/By/For All), and is the Founder and Artistic Director of Colloquy Collective, a theater company based out of Bedford-Stuyvesant, Brooklyn. She has worked for the Elaine Kaufman Cultural Center, Theater for the New City, The Public Theater, Gibney Dance, the New York Foundation for the Arts, and, most recently, Fractured Atlas where she led the design and implementation of anti-racist practices, like race-based caucusing and an equity-informed customer service strategy. She holds a Masters of Professional Studies, with Distinction, in Arts and Cultural Management from Pratt Institute and a Bachelors of Fine Arts with Honors from the University of Michigan in Theater Performance. Her credo (#HustlingKeepsYouSexy) is not merely a hashtag; it's a way of life. TIFFANY WILHELM (she/they) is a Program Officer at the https://www.theopportunityfund.org/ (Opportunity Fund) in Pittsburgh, a foundation that supports the arts and social & economic justice. Previously, she was Deputy Director of the Greater Pittsburgh Arts Council where she raised funds, oversaw programming, and co-led initiatives on accessibility for people with disabilities and racial equity. Tiffany has been involved with several collectives focused on educating and organizing for racial justice, both in Pittsburgh and in the national arts field. Prior to Pittsburgh, she was Executive Director of the Central Wisconsin Children's Museum and taught in an undergraduate arts management program. Tiffany is a facilitator for https://www.artequity.org/ (artEquity) and...
In this LGBTQ History Month episode of Solidarity Is This, guest host Anna Castro talks with Rose Berry, co-director of Black LGBTQIA+ Migrant Project, about abolitionism and centering Black queer and trans migrants.
Ismael Loutfi is a stand up comedian in NYC who's performed on Jimmy Kimmel Live! Bill Burr Presents, and has a Comedy Central Half Hour special coming out soon. He has written for Patriot Act with Hasan Minhaj and is a Comedy Cellar regular.
Iraqi Journalist Ahmed Twaij (https://www.ahmedtwaij.com/) talks about Colin Powell and why he says "I'd sooner mourn my country than treat Colin Powell as a hero." Ahmed Twaij (https://twitter.com/twaiji) is an independent freelance journalist. His work has been published in numerous outlets including The Independent, The Guardian, New York Times, Vice, BBC, Kerning Cultures and many more. His work focuses on US politics, social justice issues and the Middle East. He zealously tells stories as a means to promote equality, as well as holding those in power to account. His work has taken him across the US, UK, Europe and the Middle East. Ahmed is also passionate about photography and filmmaking and has previously worked with a number of international humanitarian and human rights organizations. He is currently working as a director of an, as yet, undisclosed feature length documentary produced by multiple Oscar winning John Battsek. He is also developing a podcast series on Racism in the Arab World. After initially graduating as a medical doctor from Imperial College London in 2012, Ahmed found his passion in storytelling and became a self-taught journalist. He also holds a bachelor's degree in Medical Humanities. After working as a doctor in London for a number of years, Ahmed began volunteering abroad, namely helping with the refugee crisis across Europe, where he developed his desire for storytelling. This passion drove Ahmed to pursue a master's degree in Conflict, Security and Development, with Global Health. Ahmed has also produced and directed a number of videos for which he has been nominated for awards, as well as podcasts. His photography has been featured in various exhibitions across the globe. Ahmed is a member of the Everyday Projects and is manager of everydayiraq, an online social media platform dedicated to shedding light on the daily life of Iraqis and providing a new narrative for the nation. The project has been featured by numerous international outlets, including BBC and Metro.
Controversy, Cancellation, and Craziness-My Stance and Opinion#podcast #subscribe #controversy #cancelculture #sjw #racism Get on the web and you can find controversy in one form or another at anytime. What are the ways to counter this? Finding a positive answer is not impossible...The Vibes Broadcast Network - Podcasting for the fun of it! Thanks for tuning in, please be sure to click that subscribe button and give this a thumbs up!!Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/listen_to_the_vibes_/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/thevibesbroadcastnetworkLinktree: https://linktr.ee/the_vibes_broadcastTikTok: https://vm.tiktok.com/ZMeuTVRv2/
GUEST HOST: Hake! // Delaney calls-in years later! // Jazz thinks blacks won't wake up. // Mista Sandman was into systemic racism, but got cut-off. // Alvin thinks Jesus is God, and that Chistians should continue to sin. //
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For anyone who follows online debates over race in America, John needs little introduction. The Columbia linguist just wrote a bracing tract, Woke Racism, against the new elite religion. He, like me, despises the racism inherent in critical race theory and its various off-shoots, and let’s just say we talked very freely about many of the dynamics of our time. Get full access to The Weekly Dish at andrewsullivan.substack.com/subscribe
October is Physical Therapy Month, and this year the American Physical Therapy Association (APTA) has a new campaign. Orthopedist Dr. Mary O'Connor meets with Dr. Hadiya Green Guerrero, a senior practice specialist at APTA, and Dr. Drew Contreras, APTAs Vice President of Clinical Integration and Innovation, to discuss the #ChoosePT campaign. Dr. Guerrero and Dr. Green also share some of the reasons they became physical therapists, and explore the many benefits of PT, including its potential for addressing chronic conditions and health disparities. Dr. Contreras also shares the advice that he gave to help President Barack Obama move more, something which everyone can follow.
Join us live Sunday October 24th 7pm ET for a online screening & discussion of this week's episode, Register, for more Info and full episode notes goto=> Patreon.com/theLFShowThe last US soldier to leave Afghanistan returned home this August, but private security personnel long outnumbered US troops in that war, and the for-profit business of training guns-for-hire is booming -- literally -- in the backyards of many rural Americans. In this special episode, The Laura Flanders Show travels to the tiny town of Hoffman in Richmond County, NC, where residents live next to a loud private training ground.They have real concerns about who is receiving training there and why, especially after the January 6th Insurrection at the Capitol. Laura interviews Hoffman's Mayors and one of the County Commissioners who approved the permit for Oak Grove Technologies' tactical training site. They regret that approval now. And we travel to nearby Hoke County, where a diverse coalition of local stakeholders — and an all-POC County Commission — were able to stop the expansion of Reservoir International, another training outfit seeking to expand its footprint near the county seat of Raeford. “The latter is an example of the power of community organizing,” says Serena Sebring of Blueprint NC. Blueprint is partnering with a statewide network of veteran ant-racist, anti-militia organizers to pool information and lift up local strategies for making communities safer. “I don't think it's worthwhile for the county period. And it's really not good for the town of Hoffman. [We need to tell these private paramilitary training groups that]. We don't need you anymore… Go back to the military, go back to camp McCall, go back to Fort Bragg... Don't let the civilians takeover military. We don't need it. “ Don BryantGuestsDonald Bryant, Richmond County CommissionerTommy Hart, Mayor Hoffman, NCDaniel Kelly, Mayor Pro Tempore, Hoffman, NCDanielle Purifoy, Assistant Professor, Dept of Geography, UNC Chapel HillHarry Southerland, Chairman, Hoke County Board of CommissionersChristina Davis McCoy, Former Executive Director, North Carolinians Against Racist and Religious ViolenceJim Davis, Former Sheriff, Hoke County, NCSerena Sebring, Executive Director, BluePrint NC
On this episode of BAF, the cast discuss Nicki Minaj defending black-fishing, the definition of racism, Stephen A. Smith and Kyrie Irving, Meek Mill's album cover and a freestyle segment where the cast discuss Sidney Starr and Darius McCrary dating rumors.
On this episode of the Sofa King Podcast, we talk about a true crime case. This is the story of Bernard Goetz, the Subway Vigilante. On December 22, 1984, Goetz was surrounded by four young men on a subway train who started asking him for five dollars. He thought he was being mugged, pulled out a revolver and shot all four of them. The aftermath saw him hailed as a hero and a villain, a vigilante and a racist. It is a complicated case all bound up with race, violence, gun control, and a New York city crime spree. If you like true crime, you're gonna like this one. Visit Our Sources: https://www.biography.com/crime-figure/bernhard-goetz https://www.history.com/this-day-in-history/subway-vigilante-turns-himself-in https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/1984_New_York_City_Subway_shooting https://www.famous-trials.com/goetz https://www.distractify.com/p/bernhard-goetz-now https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tbViU73txB0
Marcus Henderson, MSN, RN, lecturer from the University of Pennsylvania's Department of Family and Community Health, director-at-large on the American Nurses Association's board of directors, and member of the National Commission to Address Racism in Nursing, joins Stephanie Jardine, BSN, RN, oncology clinical specialist at ONS, to discuss how to eradicate discrimination and inequity among the nursing profession. Henderson presented on the topic during his keynote for the ONS Bridge™ virtual conference in September 2021. Music Credit: "Fireflies and Stardust" by Kevin MacLeod Licensed under Creative Commons by Attribution 3.0 Earn 1.0 contact hour of nursing continuing professional development (NCPD) by listening to the full recording and completing an evaluation at myoutcomes.ons.org by October 22, 2023. The planners and faculty for this episode have no relevant financial relationships with ineligible companies to disclose. ONS is accredited as a provider of NCPD by the American Nurses Credentialing Center's Commission on Accreditation. Episode Notes Check out these resources from today's episode: Complete this evaluation for free NCPD. Learn more about Henderson's keynote session on racism in nursing. ONS Voice article: Achieving Diversity and Inclusion in Nursing Requires a Closer Look at the Profession's Structure ONS Voice article: Nurses Have a Role and Responsibility in Ending Racism ONS Voice article: What It Feels Like to Be a Nurse of Color ONS position statement on racism “How to Be an Antiracist” by Ibram X. Kendi Nurses You Should Know campaign Participate in the Racism in Nursing in the Workplace survey before October 28, 2021. Summary report of listening sessions on racism in nursing To discuss the information in this episode with other oncology nurses, visit the ONS Communities. To provide feedback or otherwise reach ONS about the podcast, email pubONSVoice@ons.org.
Something occurred to JLP…; you cannot believe in God with the mind; the whole world is an illusion; Dave Chapelle…; Nappy Hair commercial…; --- Believing with gods minds all thoughts lies we're gonna beat this this is a wakeup call…;
Alva from New Jersey has questions about forgiving her parents. She describes her situation with the father of her daughter. Freddy from Indiana thanks Jesse for his message. --- Josh from Georgia wonders about responsibility regarding the biblical question. Adam from Chicago, IL says his school is mandating vaccines and speaks on it.
Flu vaccine mandates…; Drew from New York City is struggling with homosexuality. Tara from Pittsburgh, PA wants to turn men back to God. --- Back to Tara… Mackenzie from Louisiana has questions on how to deal with her hateful father.
Last week, Justice Sonia Sotomayor announced that the Supreme Court had broken with tradition and changed its rules for oral argument. This came after a study revealed that women are disproportionately interrupted by men in the highest court in America. This week, we're re-airing a More Perfect episode about the Northwestern University research that inspired the Court's changes. This story originally aired on More Perfect, a Radiolab spin-off about the Supreme Court. A transcript of this episode will soon be made available. Please check back. Be part of The Experiment. Use the hashtag #TheExperimentPodcast, or write to us at email@example.com.
When do white folks learn they're white? And how do they start to understand the scope of benefits that whiteness affords them? For Jessie Daniels, these uncomfortable questions are only the beginning.Jessie Daniels is a Faculty Associate at the Harvard Berkman Klein Center, a research associate at the Oxford Internet Institute, and a professor of Sociology, Critical Social Psychology, and Africana Studies at Hunter College and The Graduate Center at CUNY. She is a world-renowned expert on Internet manifestations of racism, and her latest book Nice White Ladies: The Truth about White Supremacy, Our Role in It, and How We Can Help Dismantle It is available now from Seal Press.I imagine there are people who are going to read this book and throw it against the wall. And that's okay. But I would just encourage you to pick it up again, after you've thrown it against the wall the first time, and keep reading and sit with the discomfort and also ask yourself, why are you uncomfortable? I would argue that, to the extent that white people are uncomfortable hearing what I have to say, and white women in particular, is because we're holding on to whiteness in some way. We want that to not be a problem. We want that to mean that we're innocent, that we're beautiful, that we're better than other people. And it just doesn't mean that. Let's let go of that idea of whiteness. —Jessie Daniels, author, Nice White LadiesWe talk about:How feminism and white supremacy often coexist and how “gender-only feminism” always ignores raceWhite women's complicity in slavery and its lasting effectsThe “meme-ification” of the Karen archetype and the real dangers they poseThe path Jessie took to discovering her own whitenessHow to divest from the culture of whitenessThe power, and necessity, of sitting in discomfortPlus: in this week's You've Got This, Sara discusses how white women hold onto whiteness in the workplace, and the hidden meaning in terms like “professionalism,” "culture fit,” and "niceness.” For more on reckoning with whiteness in your workplace, head on over to https://www.activevoicehq.com/podcast.Links:Jessie Daniels' websiteNice White LadiesRacism ReviewThey Were Her Property by Stephanie Jones-RogersCuster Died for Your Sins by Vine Deloria, Jr.The Red Record by Ida B. WellsLiving with Racism by Joe R. Feagin and Melvin P. SikesJasmine Stammes' talk, “The 'Subjective' Researcher”Active VoiceMore resources on shame and resilience:Read Natasha Stovall's “Whiteness on the Couch”Find a local chapter of Standing Up for Racial Justice (SURJ)Attend Robin Schlenger's Shame Resilience Workshop or an Ambient Noise event
Donate to Move to Higher Ground: mthg.orgWe are #TeamPaul. We discuss Team Jacob, Emily & Sam, and Bella's misgivings about the pack & the Cullen's. Sam reads old Twilight journal entires. Content warning: discussions of racism, sexual & domestic violencePatreon: https://www.patreon.com/genderforkingInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/genderforking/Tumblr: https://bowlingshirtbellas.tumblr.com/Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgHuge thank you to our Patreon Producers: Cammi K and Desirae.
SF shuts down In-and-Out Burger for not checking vaccination. Racism now health crisis in NYC. FL man uses 'finger gun' to steal napkins. Passengers held up phones during rape. Aaron Rodgers thumbs nose at 'woke' PC culture.
Is Jesse an African American?...; time to love America stop complaining and begging; Anti-Christ Cult!...; SEPTA Train rape…; Tayshaun from Ohio speaks about his resentment against his father and how he has been dealing with it as of late. --- Derek from Los Angeles, CA answers the biblical question.
Thomas Jefferson statue…; NYC racism public health crisis...; David from Norway asks why God allows evil to exist in the first place. Maged from Egypt responds to Jesse's paradox of responsibility. --- Keith from Illinois Brandy from Hawaii wonders how to return to the father if she has none.
New York City declares ‘Racism' a public health crisis, the Head of Homeland Security catches COVID, Chicago's Mayor threatens unvaccinated cops, a new study shows Americans are horribly addicted to our phones. Plus, Bill's Message of the Day, clichés are taking over the world. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices