Email Nicole directly: email@example.comCOME HANG OUT IN TAMPA!!!! FREE event with Nicole and a guest or 2 or 3 or 4 from the show! RSVP at: https://precisionchoreo.lpages.co/langevin-quatro-tampa-event/Want to support the show so that we can continue bringing you great content? Check out our Patreon and support however you can: https://www.patreon.com/whatmakesyouthinkSee the full VIDEOS WE DISCUSS ON THE SHOW (Don't forget to subscribe!)Learn more about Nicole or register for an event at: www.precisionchoreo.com/registrationFacebook & Instagram: @nicolelangevinconsultantTwitter: @youthinkpodBook a Cornerstone Traveling Convention by emailing: firstname.lastname@example.orgSponsors: Creatively Disruptive, Precision Choreo & Camps, My Gym Judge, Quatro Gymnastics, TumbltrakNicole Co-Owns My Gym Judge LLC with Chellsie Memmel and Like a Champ! Representation with Alicia Sacramone Music by: Darek Leiner @rhythmkprSound Engineer: Keith Larsen
In this episode host Stephanie shares her struggle to accept her ambition. How did her run for politics impact her relationship with ambition? How does Stephanie balance ambition and her chronic illness? How does she feel about leaning into her ambition and what does it have to do with podcast guest Sara Forte? In this episode these questions and more are answered. If you are on your own journey with ambition, take a listen, you will feel seen and inspired to do whatever it is you think you can't do! Mentioned in this episode:Blog: The struggle of ambition and motherhoodPodcast: Embracing ambition entrepreneurship and me too with employment lawyer Sara Forte Ep. 11How to find WOMENdontDOthat:PatreonInstagramTwitterBlogPodcastNewsletterWebsiteInterested in sponsorship? Contact us at email@example.comProduced by: Stephanie Mitton
Marisol Ruiz is a Certified Life and Mindset Coach in Phoenix Arizona. She is a first generation Latina from Sonora Mexico. She help women reclaim their confidence, fall madly in love with who they are, and develop a powerful mindset to unlock an aligned, fulfilled, and joyful life. If you have been feeling stuck, not sure who you are anymore, confused on what to do next or scared to take the next steps to your goals - She is your sassy, no bs, loving friend that is ready to serve you, remind you what a QUEEN you are and give you the accountability you need. Representation matters and she is so proud and honored to be able to provide women a safe and loving space to redesign their life to fit what aligns with their mental, physical and emotional goals. You can find Marisol on instagram at @TheMarisolRuiz
Go to www.BetterHelp.com/GENIUS for 10% OFF your first month! Go to www.MagicMind.co/BRAIN and use code: BRAIN for either 40% OFF your subscription or 20% OFF your first purchase. Follow David on Insta: @davidsocomedy To watch the Genius Brain podcast videos on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/DavidSoComedy/videos Don't forget to subscribe to the podcast for free wherever you're listening or by using this link: https://bit.ly/GeniusBrainPod Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Welcome back to the pod! This week we are talking twins with twins! Brooke (the podcast's resident twin) and Ryan are joined by Jordan (Brooke's very own twin) to talk Gravity Falls! We talk Alex Hirsch working too hard, Gravity Falls Trivia, and what today's kids are into! (Hint: it's anime!)If you like the show, don't forget to rate, review, and subscribe. Follow our Instagram and Twitter @cartoonbookclub, and follow our hosts @thebrookesmith and @ryanwithcheese on Twitter&http://brookeerinsmith.comhttp://ryangstevens.comBIG THANKS TO:Jacob Menke for our themeFollow them @menkemaster&Urvashi Lele for our art Learn more about Urvashi Lele's animations by visiting http://www.sirpeagreenstudios.com and follow their endeavors on instagram at @sirpeagreen and @maisonaudmi&Our very special guest Jordan `Old Bean' Smith!& a special thanks of the week to Alex Hirsch for inviting us to the mysterious little town of Gravity Falls, Oregon, and to the cast and crew that makes Gravity Falls one of our favorites!The State of Animation is TWINS!!Episodes we mentioned:S1 E9: The Time Traveler's PigS2 E3: The Golf WarS2 E5: Soos and the Real GirlReal World Recs:Jordan: LED lights from the discount section of Target for your home!Brooke: The Americans on huluRyan: For The Love of the Game on http://itch.io by Blank City Games:https://blank-city-games.itch.ioBlue moon at the Annoyance Theatre in Chicago IL (8/9-8/16-8/23)!https://theannoyance.thundertix.com/events/201342/performancesThis podcast is a part of Audio Mint. If you want to follow us, check us out on Instagram(@audiomintchi) or on Facebook, at Audio Mint. If you wanna support us even more, check out our Patreon by searching Audio Mint on the app or the website!
It was great to be able to attend this year's SD WhoCon in San Diego and present this lecture on “The Difficulties and Delicacies of Writing the First Female Doctor in 50+ years” in which I discuss how successful I think showrunner Christopher Chibnall was in making that transition. It gave me a chance to … Continue reading "26 The Companions and History from The Difficulties and Delicacies of Writing the First Female Doctor in 50+ years [Video] [Doctor Who]" Related posts: 05 Russell T Davies from Why Torchwood Still Matters with Dr. Rosanne Welch, San Diego Who Con 2021 [Video] 03 Representation in Torchwood from Why Torchwood Still Matters with Dr. Rosanne Welch, San Diego Who Con 2021 [Video] 16 The “Bury Your Gays” Trope from Why Torchwood Still Matters (2021) with Dr. Rosanne Welch , San Diego Who Con 2021 [Video]
The Frame is now Retake with John Horn! In this episode: John interviews comedian Jo Koy of Easter Sunday. Plus: Will 2022 mark the peak of the ‘peak TV' era? And John's thoughts on HBO Max and the underrepresentation of Latinos. Support for this podcast is made possible by Gordon and Dona Crawford, who believe that quality journalism makes Los Angeles a better place to live. This program is made possible in part by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, a private corporation funded by the American people.
Donna and Orlando are back at it again this week with Branden Snyder of Detroit Action. This special episode streamed live on Tuesday night as the election results rolled in.Other guests include: Brenda Butler, Edythe Ford, Daivon Reeder, Graig Donnelley, and Miguel Pope
THREE SIMPLE STEPS TO TEACH ANYTHING TO ANYONE WITH NYSSA BROWN JILL AND NYSSA DISCUSS THREE SIMPLE STEPS TO TEACH ANYTHING TO ANYONE 1) WHAT DOES THE STUDENT ALREADY KNOW 2)WHAT DOES THE STUDENT NEED TO LEARN 3) CONNECT WHY THE STUDENT NEEDS TO LEARN THE INFORMATION WITH THE INFORMATION THEY ARE LEARNING Jill guest Nyssa Brown empowers entrepreneurs to design the best course in their industry by getting their big ideas out of their heads and into an online course. With over 20 years experience, Nyssa has coached educators and course creators on six continents to share their expertise, creating courses that transform their students and their businesses. Free Guide - "5 Online Course Mistakes that will Lose You Money - and How to Fix them Using Research-Backed Strategies" http://bespokecurriculum.com/5-mistakes Bespoke Curriculum Design: http://bespokecurriculum.com Jill is a 32 veteran Sports Attorney, representing Coaches, Players, Athletic Directors, Media, NIL Consultant, CEO of Academic Gameplan,Adjunct Professor at McGeorge School of Law, Podcaster and Author. I love to mentor and teach and have many free resources and online courses to help everyone. Do you need Representation? Get in touch with Jill Now! Click here to see all jill has to offer! https://linktr.ee/jillmcbridebaxter To Learn how to teach the Rules, Fundamentals and Techniques of How to Win at the Game of School and Life go to https://academicgameplan.com Click on this link to sign up for any of the free classes below https://linktr.ee/jillmcbridebaxter Free Class for Athletic Coaches Pondering Representation Free Class for Aspiring Sports Agents/Attorney Free Class for Businesses, Athletes, or Universities seeking Consultation on Name, Image, and Likeness Free Class for Athletes Looking for Representation Set Up a Free Consultation with 32 year veteran Sports Attorney Jill McBride Baxter https://calendly.com/jillbaxter/one-on-one-meeting Do you Need Legal Representation right now? Call 559-250-0151 or email firstname.lastname@example.org Follow Jill IG https://www.instagram.com/agentjillbaxter/Follow Jill Twitter https://www.twitter.com/agentjillbaxter Follow Jill on You Tube https://youtube.com/user/jillbaxterAGP Follow Jill on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/agentjillmcbridebaxter Follow Jill on Linkedin https://www.linkedin.com/in/jillmcbridebaxter Visit Jill's Website https://www.jillmcbridebaxter.com Subscribe and Share this my podcast https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/representation-without-taxation/id1356954624
Representation matters to Emily Flores. She founded Cripple Media (https://cripplemedia.com/) to train and uplift young, disabled journalists. She and her staff mythbust misconceptions, call out ableism, and write about the issues they care about most.
Co-hosts Kellen and Mikailah roll into another great conversation. Join them as they discuss matters of representation, upcoming projects, and classic YouTube videos. More than anything, the duo encourages you all to TAKE CARE OF YOUR PERSONAL WELLBEING. Be sure to check out Beadwork by Mikailah for the latest custom art and jewelry! https://www.instagram.com/beadworkbymikailah/ (https://www.instagram.com/beadworkbymikailah/) https://www.beadworkbymikailah.com/ (https://www.beadworkbymikailah.com) https://www.instagram.com/indigenouscreatives/ (https://www.instagram.com/indigenouscreatives/) https://www.indigenouscreatives.com/ (https://www.indigenouscreatives.com) https://www.facebook.com/Indigenous-Creatives-LLC-108422948362128 Find out more about Kellen! https://www.instagram.com/trenaloriginal/ (https://www.instagram.com/trenaloriginal/) https://www.trenaloriginal.com/ (https://www.trenaloriginal.com) Shout out to Izzy for the music on our show. Follow the links below to check him out. https://www.instagram.com/___izzy._/ https://music.apple.com/us/album/range/1562540217?i=1562540219
Representation in all its forms is critical in the Creator - and viewer - landscape. We chat with Ama Scriver about finding her tribe, and how she became a spokesperson for body positivity and beauty in all its forms.Episode Chapters:0:00 Intro4:15 Where did your passion stem from?9:40 The effect of conventional beauty standards20:0 Steps for dealing with social media31:05 Advice for handling online bullying38:32 The best part of creating onlineCreator Generation features top YouTube creators and video experts sharing their tips, insights and stories for working on the world's biggest video platform. If you'd like to join the community, our Discord server can be found here: https://discord.gg/8mbGHeqJ2gCheck out Ama through all the below channels:https://www.amascriver.comhttps://www.highlowbrowpod.comhttps://www.instagram.com/amascriverhttps://www.twitter.com/amascriverhttps://www.linkedin.com/in/amapod---- Connect Via ----Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thecreatorgeneration/Twitter: https://twitter.com/creator_genWebsite: : https://www.creatorgeneration.comiTunes Podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/au/podcast/creator-generation/id1467880508#amascriver #highlowbrow #bodypositive #bodyimage #podcast #youtubeinterview #creatorgeneration
Max Schatzow, Founder at RIA Lawyers LLC, joins Matt from Princeton, New Jersey, on today's episode. A former bat boy and clubhouse attendant for the Baltimore Orioles, we could talk sports all day long. Max explores how he and his team are representing clients in the entirety of owning and operating a registered advisor firm. They dive into the future of regulations in the industry, marketing and advertising testimonials and regulations, and future technology innovations to make meeting compliance a little easier. Max also shares the biggest mistake he's seen a firm make in the compliance and regulation space in the industry. Guest Bio: Max Schatzow, Co-Founder and Partner at RIA Lawyers LLC, is a business-minded regulatory lawyer that always tries to put himself in the client's position. He assists clients in all aspects of forming, registering, owning, and operating an investment adviser. He prides himself in preparing clients and their compliance programs to avert regulatory issues, but also assists clients through examinations and enforcement issues. In addition, Max assists advisers with the formation of private investment funds and their ongoing operation. In his little spare time, Max enjoys the Peloton (both stationary and road), golf, craft beers, and spending time with his wife and two children.
In this episode Myrrhand Novak, co-founder and Executive Director, Public Affairs at University of Manitoba, fills in for host Stephanie. Myrrhanda discusses how you too can be a happy mom. Amongst the ups and downs and challenging seasons there can be happiness. She covers topics from comparison, social media, community, friendship, bravery, asking for help, hope, and resilience. Jump in to learn more about Myrrhanda' s advice on how to be a happy mom.Mentioned in this epsiode:Episode 100 with co-founders Stephanie and Myrrhanda Blog: You can be a happy momYou can be a happy mom with author and parenting expert Ann Douglas Ep. 20 How to find Myrrhanda:LinkedInInstagramHow to find WOMENdontDOthat:PatreonInstagramTwitterBlogPodcastNewsletterWebsiteInterested in sponsorship? Contact us at email@example.comProduced by: Stephanie Mitton
How are Iranians represented in Western media and cultural products? Iran Podcast host Negar Mortazavi joins a panel discussion with Assal Rad, Yahya Kamalipour, and Mehran Kamrava hosted by the Iranian Studies Program at the Arab Center. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/theiranpodcast/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/theiranpodcast/support
COME HANG OUT IN TAMPA!!!! FREE event with Nicole and a guest or 2 or 3 or 4 from the show! RSVP at: https://precisionchoreo.lpages.co/langevin-quatro-tampa-event/Want to support the show so that we can continue bringing you great content? Check out our Patreon and support however you can: https://www.patreon.com/whatmakesyouthinkSee the full VIDEOS WE DISCUSS ON THE SHOW (Don't forget to subscribe!)Learn more about Nicole or register for an event at: www.precisionchoreo.com/registrationFacebook & Instagram: @nicolelangevinconsultantTwitter: @youthinkpodEmail: firstname.lastname@example.orgBook a Cornerstone Traveling Convention by emailing: email@example.comSponsors: Creatively Disruptive, Precision Choreo & Camps, My Gym Judge, Quatro Gymnastics, TumbltrakNicole Co-Owns My Gym Judge LLC with Chellsie Memmel and Like a Champ! Representation with Alicia SacramoneJOB OPPORTUNITY: firstname.lastname@example.org Music by: Darek Leiner @rhythmkprSound Engineer: Keith Larsen
Ser En is a film producer, and also the co-founder of Sendjoy, a Singapore-based startup that allows consumers to book content creators to make video messages for their loved ones. As a film and TV producer over the past 10 years, her live action and animated short films have been screened and won awards at over 100 international film festivals, and one of her animated short films, "Poles Apart" has won the BAFTA (dubbed as the "British Oscars") in 2018, and she is the first Singaporean to win the award. She has completed an MA in Producing at the National Film and Television School, with a scholarship from the Infocomm Media Development Authority of Singapore and mm2 Entertainment. In 2018, she was also conferred the Outstanding Young Alumni Award by Nanyang Technological University. Ser En was named as one of the Prestige 40 under 40 in 2020, and have been profiled in the Straits Times, Yahoo! Lifestyle and Women's Weekly. A passionate storyteller, Ser En is concerned with social impact, building communities, and creating meaningful relationships through innovative ways, whether it's film, TV, or a tech product. She believes that the medium doesn't matter, the message does. Show notes at: https://www.jeremyau.com/blog/ser-en-low
Welcome back to Season 2, Episode 173 of the Asian Hustle Network Podcast! We are very excited to have Jennifer Liao and Caleb Wang on this week's show. We interview Asian entrepreneurs around the world to amplify their voices and empower Asians to pursue their dreams and goals. We believe that each person has a message and a unique story from their entrepreneurial journey that they can share with all of us. Check us out on Anchor, iTunes, Stitcher, Google Play Music, TuneIn, Spotify, and more. If you enjoyed this episode, please subscribe and leave us a positive 5-star review. This is our opportunity to use the voices of the Asian community and share these incredible stories with the world. We release a new episode every Wednesday and Saturday, so stay tuned! Growing direct-to-consumer Chinese food company Xiao Chi Jie (XCJ) was founded by second-generation Chinese Americans Caleb Wang and Jennifer Liao, who are on a mission to share honest representations of the food they grew up eating and open consumers' minds and palates to new and exciting flavors, textures and aromas. The company originally started as a Seattle-based restaurant in 2018; it expanded into the direct-to-consumer space in 2020, when the COVID-19 pandemic inspired them to innovate. Available nationwide, XCJ's product line includes frozen restaurant-quality xiao long bao (soup dumplings), sauces, bamboo steamers, and most recently, frozen shāo kǎo (Chinese BBQ skewers). Jen spent ten years in the life sciences and health tech sector in research, enterprise, and consumer focuses. Caleb spent ten years as an investor in private and public markets. To stay connected within the AHN community, please join our AHN directory: bit.ly/AHNDirectory --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/asianhustlenetwork/support
In 2016, Charles Moore started a transformation that would change his life and, hopefully, the lives of many others. He was over 40 years old will little athletic training leading into his 40's. He had dedicated his lift to the financial markets and his body and mind had atrophied to unacceptable levels. Then Charles decided to embark on the marathon. Over the next three years he would run 18 marathons across the world. He would also change his career by leaving finance and embarking on a new path in the art world. These personal revolutions were the proving grounds for what would come next: A Tracksmith fellowship to chronicle his running experience and shed light on the racial disparity in the running world. In this episode Charles sheds light on his remarkable personal experiences with the kind of insight and joy that we can all aspire to have. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
What's that noise? Do you hear that? It sounds like more MCU content to me! That's right, this week, the boys dig into Taiki Waititi's Thor: Love and Thunder and the Disney Plus series, Ms. Marvel! How many of Chris Hemsworth's family members are in Thor 4? How much did he have to eat to get so huge? What comic book references can be found throughout Ms. Marvel? And between the two MCU topics, which did you like more? Whichever your preference is, grab your screaming goats, your magical bengals, and get ready for some good old Marvel content!
If someone tells us we need representation, what's the first thought that comes to our mind? Most people would say that they need a lawyer. But who is representing you and your family in the halls of the Legislature? We'll talk about it this week on The Public Square®. Topic: Article One The Public Square® Long Format Program with hosts Dave Zanotti and Wayne Shepherd thepublicsquare.com Release Date: Thursday, July 28, 2022
We spend a day at Hollyoaks and talk about representation in the media with guests, Thabo Mhlatshwa, Jayshree Patel, Richard Blackwood and Tomi Ade. Their new SoapBOX explores a knife crime storyline with teen characters. "In this day and age, a black man with a knife, there's only one answer. There's only one place you go.” - Tomi AdeDope Black Dads is a place where we are changing the narrative and having progressive conversations about black fathers with the aim of creating a safe digital space within the community. Join the conversation and the community online through our social channels: Twitter: @DopeBlackDadsInstagram: @DopeBlackDadsFacebook Page: @DopeBlackDads If you want to get in touch with us, email us at email@example.com or follow our conversations in-depth on our Facebook Group by searching 'Dope Black Dads'. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
For this episode, we talk with Mazey Eddings, the neurodiverse author of A Brush with Love, a romance novel set in dental school. We talk about why she wanted to write neurodiverse characters in her books, how she sees herself in the characters of A Brush with Love, and what she hopes her readers take away from the book on how to support people living with anxiety. Thanks for listening, and if you haven't already, please give us a ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ review on Apple Podcasts or Spotify. *** Click here for a transcript of this episode. Follow us on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter. Sign up for updates from MCIE. Credits Think Inclusive is written, edited, and sound designed by Tim Villegas, and is produced by MCIE. Orginal music by Miles Kredich. Support Think Inclusive by becoming a patron!
San Francisco, which has seen a decades-long exodus of Black residents, now has a Black mayor, police chief, district attorney and president of the Board of Supervisors. Yet Chronicle columnist Justin Phillips says that the city's Black residents are not well represented in meaningful ways. He explains in a conversation with host Demian Bulwa that Black politicians must navigate a political structure that wasn't created for them to succeed. And he argues that moves toward more moderate or conservative policies, such as arresting street drug users and replacing DA Chesa Boudin with Brooke Jenkins, stand to perpetuate long-standing inequities. | Unlimited Chronicle access: sfchronicle.com/pod Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Emma Palzere-Rae is a playwright, actor, director, producer and non-profit administrator. Emma spent 15 years as part of the NYC theater community, where she began producing one-woman plays and founded the Womenkind Festival. Over its ten-year run, Womenkind presented nearly 75 different performers, mainly original works. She is the Associate Director at Artreach, Inc. (Norwich, CT), and has also held the position of Artistic Director for Plays for Living (NYC), a touring company dedicated to social change, where she also wrote and developed plays for the repertoire
Ruchika Tulshyan is the author of Inclusion on Purpose: An Intersectional Approach to Creating a Culture of Belonging at Work. Along with Jodi-Ann Burey, she co-authored a paradigm-shifting article, “Stop Telling Women They Have Imposter Syndrome” for Harvard Business Review, which is one of their topmost 100 read articles in history. Best of all, people all over the world have shared that it changed their relationship with the concept of imposter syndrome!Join us by the Campfire Circle in this truly transformational episode to hear Ruchika's wisdom and practices to create a more inclusive world – one where people from underrepresented communities, especially girls and women of color, can thrive and take up space. “It's not that there's a lack of talent, ambition, or hard work. None of those things are lacking in communities that have been underrepresented. The biggest barriers that most of us face are certainly bias, racism, and sexism. But it's also being overlooked and underestimated.” - Ruchika TulshyanWe discussed:[03:23] Ruchika's story of becoming a guide in inclusion[14:00] Recognizing systems of oppression as the cause of imposter syndrome[20:49] Supporting entrepreneurs and executives who are women of color [22:56] Reframing mindset barriers around leadership and visibility [35:47] How to make inclusion a daily practice in your life [43:19] Ruchika's big dreamy vision of the futureTo read a full transcript of the episode, visit: LUMOS MARKETINGResources from this episode:Read Ruchika Tulshyan and Jodi-Ann Burey's paradigm-shifting Harvard Business Review article: Stop Telling Women They Have Imposter Syndrome. It has been translated into multiple languages and is one of HBR's top 100 most read articles in history.Don't forget to also check out Jodi-Ann Burey's TED Talk on The myth of bringing your full, authentic self to work.Watch the TED Talk Ruchika says everyone should watch: Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie's The danger of a single story. 14 LinkedIn Content Prompts: Build your personal brand and thought leadership, show up for your target audience and grow your know-like-trust factor with your professional audience on LinkedIn.Connect with Ruchika Tulshyan: LinkedIn: Ruchika TulshyanInstagram: @rtulshyanTwitter: @rtulshyan Website: rtulshyan.comConnect with Tania Bhattacharyya:LinkedIn: Tania BhattacharyyaInstagram: @taniabhatWebsite: lumosmarketing.coDemystify LinkedIn and Thought Leadership with TaniaThe people who can make your social impact dreams come true are on LinkedIn. They've probably even connected with you already! Our LinkedIn VIP Day is a 1:1 intensive for purpose-driven women who are ready to take their place as the trusted, go-to voice in their niche. To become an approachable expert. To stand out as you stand up for your mission. Learn more at: https://lumosmarketing.co/linkedin-vip-day
MEN SEEKING MEN (Los Angeles Metro Area): Just watched HBO's 2019 series Watchmen. We are two fabulous, bald drag queens seeking omniscient, radioactive, nuclear physicist with massive, luminous blue genitalia for casual sex and future-telling. Monkey pox vaccination preferred but not required. (Time-travel capabilities a plus) Please send pics of your cerulean phallus to "totally_not_trixie_and_katya@lay_me_out.sex". Follow Trixie: @TrixieMattel Follow Katya: @Katya_Zamo To watch the podcast on YouTube: http://bit.ly/TrixieKatyaYT Don't forget to subscribe to the podcast for free wherever you're listening or by using this link: http://bit.ly/baldandthebeautifulpodcast If you want to support the show, and get all the episodes ad-free go to https://thebaldandthebeautiful.supercast.com/ If you like the show, telling a friend about it would be amazing! You can text, email, Tweet, or send this link to a friend: http://bit.ly/baldandthebeautifulpodcast To check out the Trixie and Katya Live Tour, go to: https://trixieandkatya.com To pre-order your copy of our new book, "Working Girls", go to: workinggirlsbook.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Hey, Green Junkie!Representation matters, period. And it's so important for me to have conversations that bring this important subject to the forefront of our minds. Sustainability needs to be a 360 approach that includes ALL voices, from all backgrounds and walks of life. Because we can't care for our planet if we don't care for ALL the humans inhabiting it. In this episode, I am speaking to Ariel Green (aka the sustainable brown girl) about representation and inclusivity in the sustainability movement. You won't want to miss this episode where we discuss, The importance of giving indigenous and people of color voices in our communitiesWhy representation is all of our responsibilityHow to be more inclusive in your community Who you should be following on the ‘gram to learn more about sustainability practicesYou'll discover that and so much more in this episode.If you love this podcast be sure to leave a review and share a screenshot of this episode to your IG stories. Tag @thisisstephaniemoram so I can shout you out and publicly say thanks. Thanks for listening and being here.Your green bestie,Xoxo StephanieHang With Arielhttps://www.sustainablebrowngirl.com/https://www.instagram.com/sustainablebrowngirl/Podcast https://www.sustainablebrowngirl.com/podcastPodcast (Youtube) https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCMTYdJ87UUbMxgkx_WwNzagNaturally Mermaid https://www.instagram.com/naturally_mermaid/ Naturally Mermaid (Youtube) https://www.youtube.com/c/NaturallyMermaidPrevious Episodes Mentioned:Episode #39. Easy Cloth Diapering…Without the Stress With Lacie WeverEpisode #31. What's Really Hiding in Your Home with Loni Brown#30: Changing the Fashion Game with Camille LeeEpisode #28. Environmental Justice and Veganism with Isaias HernandezSnag 1 on 1 Sustainability Consulting with StephanieFollow me on InstagramFollow me on TikTokJoin me on LinkedInProduced by: Alecia HarrisMusic By: Liz Fohle
COME HANG OUT IN TAMPA!!!! FREE event with Nicole and a guest or 2 or 3 or 4 from the show! RSVP at: https://precisionchoreo.lpages.co/langevin-quatro-tampa-event/Want to support the show so that we can continue bringing you great content? Check out our Patreon and support however you can: https://www.patreon.com/whatmakesyouthinkSee the full VIDEOS WE DISCUSS ON THE SHOW (Don't forget to subscribe!)Learn more about Nicole or register for an event at: www.precisionchoreo.com/registrationFacebook & Instagram: @nicolelangevinconsultantTwitter: @youthinkpodEmail: firstname.lastname@example.orgBook a Cornerstone Traveling Convention by emailing: email@example.comSponsors: Creatively Disruptive, Precision Choreo & Camps, My Gym Judge, Quatro Gymnastics, TumbltrakNicole Co-Owns My Gym Judge LLC with Chellsie Memmel and Like a Champ! Representation with Alicia SacramoneGo see Phoebe at Woodward! https://www.woodwardparkcity.comJOB OPPORTUNITY: firstname.lastname@example.org Music by: Darek Leiner @rhythmkprSound Engineer: Keith Larsen
Washington Supreme Court Justice G. Helen Whitener returns to catch up with Crystal about the last two years on the state's highest court and her bid for re-election this November. The two talk about Justice Whitener's path to the Supreme Court, how coming from a marginalized background with an intersecting lens impacts her time there, and the impacts COVID has had on making the courts accessible and navigable by everyone. The Supreme Court's “June 4th Letter” from 2020 sparks conversation about addressing systemic injustice and Justice Whitener shares two recent decisions she wrote about shackling and restrictive covenants. The show wraps up with discussion of the future of the court system and what to weigh when choosing Supreme Court justices. Note: This episode was recorded before the end of filing week in May. The candidate filing deadline passed without any challenger filing to run against Justice Whitener, so she will appear unopposed on the November ballot and serve another term on our state's highest court. As always, a full text transcript of the show is available below and at officialhacksandwonks.com. Find the host, Crystal, on Twitter at @finchfrii. Resources Campaign Website - Justice G. Helen Whitener: https://www.keepjusticewhitener.com/ Previous appearance on Hacks & Wonks (Sept 15, 2020) - Justice Whitener: The Law, Representation, and Becoming a Supreme Court Justice: https://traffic.libsyn.com/secure/crystal/HW20200911JusticeWhitener_mixdown.mp3 Washington Supreme Court - “June 4th Letter”: https://www.courts.wa.gov/content/publicUpload/Supreme%20Court%20News/Judiciary%20Legal%20Community%20SIGNED%20060420.pdf “Washington Supreme Court Announces Prohibition Against Blanket Shackling Policies at Pretrial Proceedings” by Anthony Accurso from Criminal Legal News: https://www.criminallegalnews.org/news/2020/nov/15/washington-supreme-court-announces-prohibition-against-blanket-shackling-policies-pretrial-proceedings/ Washington Supreme Court - State v. Jackson - Slip Opinion: https://www.courts.wa.gov/opinions/pdf/976813.pdf Washington Supreme Court - In re That Portion of Lots 1 & 2 - Slip Opinion: https://www.courts.wa.gov/opinions/pdf/995982.pdf “Washington Supreme Court reverses its 1960 ruling that allowed Seattle cemetery to discriminate against a Black family” by David Gutman from The Seattle Times: https://www.seattletimes.com/seattle-news/washington-supreme-court-reverses-its-1960-ruling-that-allowed-seattle-cemetery-to-discriminate-against-a-black-family/ Justia - Price v. Evergreen Cemetery Co. of Seattle: https://law.justia.com/cases/washington/supreme-court/1960/34854-1.html Transcript [00:00:00] Crystal Fincher: Welcome to Hacks & Wonks. I'm Crystal Fincher, and I'm a political consultant and your host. On this show, we talk with policy wonks and political hacks to gather insight into local politics and policy in Washington state through the lens of those doing the work with behind-the-scenes perspectives on what's happening, why it's happening, and what you can do about it. Full transcripts and resources referenced in the show are always available at officialhacksandwonks.com and in our episode notes. Today, I am absolutely thrilled to welcome back to the program Justice Helen Whitener, Justice on our Washington Supreme Court. Thank you so much for joining us again. [00:00:50] Justice G. Helen Whitener: Thank you and nice to see you and be with you again, Crystal. [00:00:54] Crystal Fincher: Excellent to see you and be with you again. Well, this time two years ago, around this time, we had a conversation - you were running your campaign to win your first election after being appointed as a Supreme Court Justice. And it's been so phenomenal for so many people who have watched you throughout your illustrious career and followed you - just to give people a bit of a background, and we talked about this on the prior show - but you have an unusual breadth of experience coming behind you, which reminds us of a certain new Supreme Court Justice in our country. But she actually reminded me, when I first learned about her, of my conversation with you in that - wow, just so much experience and much more varied experience than we normally see for your justices, now your colleagues, and who we've seen before. What was your path to the Supreme Court? [00:02:02] Justice G. Helen Whitener: Well, as you know I've been a former prosecutor, public defender, and I had my own law firm - I was a managing partner of that firm. I have pro-temmed on the City of Tacoma Municipal Court level and on the Pierce County District Court level, I've also been a Board of Industrial Insurance Appeals judge. I got appointed by the governor to the Superior Court in Pierce County in 2015, and then five years later I got appointed to the Supreme Court. Both times I got appointed and subsequently had to run to retain my seat. So I'm happy to still be here and to come back and have this discussion with you. [00:02:49] Crystal Fincher: Well, and I'm thrilled that you're back to have this discussion with me. In your first couple of years on the bench, what has been most surprising to you? [00:02:57] Justice G. Helen Whitener: Well, my experience on this bench is quite different than I think anyone who has ever sat on this bench, because it occurred during the pandemic, the COVID-19 pandemic. So my entire experience with my colleagues have been on a virtual platform, which is unusual. So, when I talk about my experiences, just keep that in mind. What's been wonderful, as I've indicated, is the advocacy - the level of advocacy on this level - and then being able to review the trial level records that I used to create as a prosecutor and public defender, and then presided over those trials as a trial court judge. So it's really different to review the work of the trial level courts, because I've been so intimately involved with that level. [00:03:52] Crystal Fincher: Well, and you bring, as you talked, so much experience - both just professional experience, also lived experience. You are a Black woman, an immigrant, a member of the LGBTQ community. You have so many different experiences that have shaped who you are and that impact just how you experience the world. How has that impacted your time on the Court? [00:04:25] Justice G. Helen Whitener: And I think one of the other personal characteristics I have is I identify as someone with a disability. So I come to the Court with a very marginalized background and intersecting lens. And I got there in April of 2020. And May of 2020, we saw the killing of George Floyd. And June 4th, 2020, the entire Supreme Court - all of the justices - signed off on what we now call the "June 4th letter," which was a directive to attorneys and judges and those working within the criminal justice system or the justice system as a whole to do better, because now we do know a lot of things have occurred that were unjust and different facets of our community were being unjustly treated. So I tend to think being at the table with my colleagues, and I'll also point out - when I joined the Supreme Court, it's my understanding it became the most diverse Supreme Court in the country, which I hadn't really thought about at the time. But we already have - and presently we have - a Chief Justice who is Latino male. We have seven female justices - normally it's predominantly male. We have the first Native American Supreme Court Justice. We also have an Asian and Mexican heritage and first LGBT Supreme Court Justice, I'm the second. So here I came in and I'm the immigrant and the Black woman, and I also identify as someone with a disability. So our discussions are really in-depth, and our view is trying to make a law more encompassing of the majority of people in our community, through all of our intersecting lens. And it's a beautiful process, challenging at times, because certain labels that we belong to conflict with the other, but we try to ground our decisions in the law. [00:06:38] Crystal Fincher: Throughout this pandemic, how have those kinds of conversations been? Have they been more challenging because of the pandemic and being limited in being together, and limited via just seeing each other online? How have those discussions been in a remote environment? [00:07:01] Justice G. Helen Whitener: You know, it's the only environment I know - dealing with this then. And there are challenges, even with oral arguments, because sometimes there's that delay in timing because of the platform. I love it, but there's a tradition that goes with the highest court. I haven't experienced the tradition, but I know about the tradition. And I think some of my colleagues miss that - they miss the in-person congeniality between each other. I think it's a cold platform at times, so sometimes when we have conferences it's open to misunderstanding, but then it also allows us to repeat and we can see and engage a bit more than we probably would feel comfortable in-person. So I think there are pros and cons in regards to this platform. And for me, I came from running a courtroom by myself to now having eight colleagues to decide something, so that in and of itself has been an adjustment. But it's an adjustment I would hope I'm doing well with. [00:08:20] Crystal Fincher: Are we doing a good enough job with making the courts accessible and navigable by everyone - especially through these pandemic times - but overall, how are we doing with that? [00:08:35] Justice G. Helen Whitener: I think we're doing as best as we can with the infrastructure we have in place. Washington state is not a unified court system, so that means even though the Supreme Court can issue directives, many of the directives are open to the discretion of the lower courts when it comes to procedures and policies and things like that. Many of our courts have been in-sync, but each court and level of court has its own management style. And what was interesting to me is everyone really pivoted in trying to make their particular court accessible to all because it became an issue. I think for the first time, just like with the killing of George Floyd, it woke some individuals up to what people of color have been saying for a while. I think the pandemic woke our courts up in regards to how we have been dealing with justice and dispensing justice and making it accessible to all. So I tend to think of it as - well, the court has now had to deal with this issue that is impacting all levels, all different kinds of people in the same way. Because the pandemic and the virus didn't have any biases - it'll take you however it can get you, and address, deal with you that way - whereas the courts, and we're aware of this, had implicit biases built - well, biases built within it. Some were, I guess you can say implicit, and many were explicit, but at least the conversation is occurring and people are listening. [00:10:34] Crystal Fincher: Yes, and you brought up that June 4th letter, which I was proud to see. And was really a nation-leading letter from - signed by all of the members of the Court, really recognizing that - it says the devaluation and degradation of Black lives is not a recent event. It's a persistent and systemic injustice that predates this nation's founding and just really acknowledges - explicitly - racial injustice within our system and the responsibility to address it. I just really appreciate it - it is a well-established fact. As we do navigate through those systems, what do you as a justice do, and how do you approach wrestling with that? [00:11:30] Justice G. Helen Whitener: Well, speak up - that's one important thing. Share my experiences - personal as well as professional experiences. Making sure that people understand that you're not asking for any special treatment or special privileges - that what you're asking for is to be seen and treated respectfully and justly like everyone else. What's interesting to me about the June 4th letter - it raises the issues faced by Black Americans, Black individuals - slavery, the devaluation of how we have been treated. And from that came all these different committees and task forces looking at inequities within our system. The way I deal with it is making sure I make my voice part of that discussion and make it an authentic discussion by sharing truthfully how I see things and how I believe people are affected. And when I say that, remember I indicated our bench is very diverse and everyone brings their own lens to bear on discussions. When it comes to race and equity issues, each group deals with it differently, has had different experiences. And that's why it's BIPOC and not just POC. So Black people and indigenous people have a different experience than people of color. And sometimes that's a difficult thing for others to hear and understand - we're not to be lumped as one. My indigenous colleague on the bench shares from time to time her personal experiences, and sometimes there are similarities and sometimes there are not. So my purpose in these discussions is to make sure I am authentic 'cause like I like to say, I wear the robe at work, but when I take that robe off - that black robe that garners respect - you're looking at a Black woman walking out and into society and being treated as a Black woman in society. And those experiences don't go away because people don't know who I am. So making sure my colleagues are aware of these real lived experiences. [00:14:01] Crystal Fincher: And I appreciate that so much - I appreciate your lived experience. It seems like a lot of people in organizations appreciate just the professionalism that you bring to the bench and sharing all of your experiences. Just since you've been on here last, you've received some awards - including the ABA Stonewall Award, which recognizes members of the judiciary and legal professions who have affected real change to remove barriers on the basis of sexual orientation and gender identity, and who have championed diversity for the LGBT community. The 2020 and 2021 International Association of LGBT Judges President's Award. The Public Official of the Year by the Evergreen State College's Master of Public Administration Program for your legal aid and judicial careers, which have centered on a commitment to diversity, equity and inclusion that is a model for other judges and public service professionals - in their words. You also were awarded the Western Region of the National Black Law Students Association Judge of the Year Award. And in addition to being rated "Exceptionally Well Qualified" by 14 bar associations - think a lot of people just became a lot more acquainted with how important that is and what that really means, especially after the approval of Justice Brown. And similarly, just you are rated "Exceptionally Well Qualified" by just about everybody. And endorsed by all of the other State Supreme Court justices who come from varied backgrounds and have a lot of different experiences, but all recognize you belong there on that bench in their opinion. Looking at all that, and as you discuss different cases like the Blake decision - where we wrestle with issues similar to that so much in society - do we take a public health approach to things like substance use disorder that often accompany charges for possession? What were the conversations around that and obviously you're wrestling with what's in the law and what's not there, but how do you connect wrestling with your decision versus the impacts that it may have on society and in our community? Do you weigh the impacts on that, or is it just strictly the letter of the law? [00:16:45] Justice G. Helen Whitener: Well, every justice and judge has a different approach. For me, it's the letter of the law - I stay within the confines of the law. If I cannot do anything that is within the rule of the law, then I make sure I flag that in my opinion, or my decision, to the legislative branch. And it's a good thing that we have some good legislators that pay attention and try to address the inequities. But we have three branches of government. There are some judicial officers who are more policy driven and do things a bit different. But for me - I can only speak for me - I stay within the rule of law. Yet I have been able to address in my decisions, and I have many 9-0 decisions - I'd like to think my litigation background assists me in presenting my case to my colleagues. But I've written a number of decisions that touch on social issues. The first case was State v. Jackson, a shackling case - the inhumanity of that - making sure as I write that decision, it is clear that the dignity of the individuals before us should not be lessened because of the type of cases that come before us. These are still people and we still have a responsibility as judicial officers to treat them as such. My most recent decision that was release filed - I call it May v. Spokane, but it's called In re Lot of something. It deals with covenants - restrictive covenants - and yes, we still have those in our state. And this one was in Spokane and the individual, the homeowner, wanted to remove that restrictive covenant, which basically said, don't sell to Black people - something along those lines. And to think that we still have those laws still there - those things are still out there that we have to deal with. Many individuals who looked at it, including my law clerks at the time, thought - and the lower court judges attempted to address it. But thought that they would have to and could not keep the original document if you took the restrictive covenant off. And I was very clear that - no, no, no, no, you don't get rid of history, because then later on there's nobody who can - when they're making the discussion - have that supporting data. History is very important for a number of reasons, even derogatory and abhorrent history. It's history. So don't destroy it - archive it for future generations to see, and to understand what this type of restrictive covenants did to a group of people. So it comes like the Price case that was mentioned in the June 4th letter, where a Black family could not bury their child in a cemetery where they had these separate burial areas and a whole number of different racist things. So my position was don't destroy that history - I don't like it, it's derogatory, it's abhorrent - but don't destroy it, please. Because the next generation or the generation after that - 'cause these things are cyclical until we find a solution, and racism has been a problem in this country so a solution may not arise in my lifetime. But let's keep that history, and let's make sure it's there for the future generations. But here's what we can do - we can create a new document for the individual and this way the racist covenant does not go forward and still exist. So those are the types of ways I deal with issues in the law that - I have to stay in my lane. And the interesting thing about the last one, the May v. Spokane case, is while that case was before us and I was writing the decision, the Legislature came with a fix and the fix matched very closely what I was saying in my decision. So I was really happy to see that, but yeah - it's making sure that you don't lose the authentic voice that you brought to the bench. You need to share it and give your perspective and then follow it up with well-reasoned arguments to your colleagues. And I'm thankful that they're very receptive to that. [00:21:54] Crystal Fincher: Which is good - I'm also thankful for the same. There was another decision that you wrestled with that was very visible, especially within the political and policy-making communities, dealing with redistricting and just untangling a number of issues there, including whether the process they followed was in line with what they were supposed to do. And it actually wound up before our State Supreme Court. How did you go about determining whether the Court should be involved, to hand it over to the Legislature? What was that process? [00:22:39] Justice G. Helen Whitener: Well, the interesting thing about the law and especially at the Supreme Court - we don't discuss issues that can come back before us. So that is one of those situations that - it's not over yet - it deals with redistricting, it deals and has impacts on things like elections and voting and a whole myriad of things. So that one I can't give you more than what you already have, because it's still working its way through the Court. Just like some of the remote platforms and holding trials on this platform - there are constitutional questions that still can come before the Court and are likely to come before the Court. And you touched on one of them. [00:23:31] Crystal Fincher: Well, I guess we will have to stay tuned. And it's always interesting in those situations, especially looking at redistricting, in that we're looking at potentially voting within these new districts while there may be legislation, while there may be court challenges or issues making their way through the system. So it'll be interesting to see if and how that proceeds. I do have a question with - looking at across the country, and how we've seen some of our federal courts transform lots of conversations about a lot of conservative nominees appointed by Trump - a number of them not receiving "Exceptionally Well Qualified" ratings and in fact, a number receiving "Unqualified" ratings, but now they're on the bench seemingly for life. And now we have a conservative Supreme Court, which has a lot of people worried about the maintenance of some really basic human rights. As we look at the situation across the country and everything - from abortion rights to civil rights and equal protection under the law - just kind of everything. Do you feel optimistic? Pessimistic? How would you advise people who are worried to think about this, and what can people do if they are worried? [00:25:02] Justice G. Helen Whitener: Well, first and foremost, it's understanding the courts and the court system. State courts - the judicial officers are elected. So, even though they may make decisions that are favorable or not favorable, they have to stick or try to stick very close to the the law that they're interpreting. Federal court is a little different - they're appointed for life. It is also very partisan in how that is dealt with. So they're two very different systems. And at the end of the day, it's what the framers wanted for our system. Think about it this way - you may not like the Court as it's set up right now, but hopefully you can believe in the system and hopefully you can get some decisions that fall within your values. It is a completely different system and I - it is just so sad that it is so politicized. Because to me, the law is the law and should apply through equitable lens to all. And I think at the end of the day, the justices on that Court start off struggling with that. But they come in all ready, and that's how they are elected, and that's how they're nominated, and that's the process they go through, and that's how they're seen. So you can probably - and I think that's why there is concern - you can probably figure out how they're going to deal with cases based on what they've done in the past. Because they're there for life - you can't do anything about it. That's why it was such a big deal in getting certain people to the bench during a particular time. But that has been historical - that is nothing new. So, all I can do is hope that the decisions that come out from the highest court covers most of the constituents of the United States at any given time. They're not going to cover all, and I hope they get more or less the arc - you have that bow and you have extremes on both ends and the majority falls in the middle - and hopefully that'll be the case, but that's how the law works. And I try not to get too caught up on that. I love the restrictions the Constitution - the State Constitutions - can place on those type of decisions because we can look at our constituents and make decisions that we believe are best, even though the Supreme Court has precedent. Those precedents can be viewed narrowly on the state constitutional interpretation. [00:28:02] Crystal Fincher: So as people are considering, as they're going to be voting for Supreme Court Justices in our state this year, what do you think should be the most important things that they weigh? [00:28:15] Justice G. Helen Whitener: I think, especially since it's the highest court, one of the most important things is experience - not necessarily experience writing decisions or anything - but the varied experience, the quality of the experience. And I think it's really important - last election cycle, which was two years ago, my opponent had just basically passed the bar, but our constitution allows for a newly supported individual, a new attorney that has taken the oath to run for the Supreme Court. It's the only court that that can happen. And you have to remember the decisions this Court makes impacts everyone and impacts everyone in a very meaningful way. It's not necessarily a case-specific thing, it's a lot broader than that. So, look at the experience, do the homework, and make the decision - the best decision - that you believe falls in line with your views. [00:29:24] Crystal Fincher: Gotta say it really was something last election to look at someone who did really just pass the bar, seemingly to run against you, up against all of your experience. That was a very audacious decision, in my opinion. And just - [00:29:45] Justice G. Helen Whitener: But it's a right that he had. And going through the campaign and having him on various platforms, I was very much aware of his lack of knowledge of how the courts works. But I thought, this is his right. It might be his bucket list thing to tick off, but this is his right. And why not? So, he did. And thankfully, I think for our courts and our legal system, the voters responded in favor of me because of my experience and what I bring to the bench. But at the end of the day, it was his right. [00:30:30] Crystal Fincher: It was his right, he exercised it, he tried it. Voters made the decision on the side of experience and breadth of knowledge. As you're talking to voters this cycle, what do you tell them when they're asking, why should I vote for you? At this point, you don't have an opponent, you could still draw one. Why should they vote for you? [00:30:58] Justice G. Helen Whitener: Well, I think I bring something to this bench that has never been at this bench. And it's not just my personal background, but my professional background - I believe the fact that I've been a prosecutor, public defender, done private defense work, I've been a judicial officer on all three trial level courts - and I mean all three positions in all three trial level courts - is important. It gives me a very intimate knowledge of the types of cases that come before our courts. I represented individuals, so I understand the defense arguments that are coming. I understand the prosecutor's position, and I also understand the private bar perspective as well. I also, as a Board of Industrial Insurance appeals judge had to deal with people who were injured and at their most vulnerable, so I've been able to maintain that empathetic lens and air as I interpret the law. And when it comes to now the appellate work, I'm very proud of the cases that I've made decisions on, the opinions that I've written. Many of them have been majority opinions, meaning all nine justices signed. And those that I dissented on - I've not concurred on anything yet - but I've dissented on, I believe, three or four is because I believe in the position I took on those. So my lens is truly different and I'm not afraid to stand if I have to stand alone, if I believe my decision is well-reasoned. And it will always be an independent decision that I make, not based on anything else but my interpretation of the law through my intersecting lens. [00:32:47] Crystal Fincher: Well, I certainly appreciate that. If people want to learn more about you, do you have a website they can visit? [00:32:54] Justice G. Helen Whitener: Yes. It's keepjusticewhitener.com, or you can Google Justice Whitener - there's so much information out there on me, you can just find me. Just Google Justice Helen Whitener, or keepjusticewhitener.com, or keep Whitener for justice. And you can find me - you can find information about me and the work that I'm doing. I just recently returned this week - I'm somewhat exhausted - from an invitation I received from the United Nations, based on my human rights interest and environmental law. And that was very, very intense and again, keeping abreast of what's important out there. And our environment surely is. [00:33:48] Crystal Fincher: It surely is. Well, I sincerely appreciate you taking this time to speak with us today. You are so highly decorated and awarded - so much experience. We have been fortunate to have you on the Court and as voters make their evaluation on who they want to keep, they certainly have some excellent choices on the ballot this year. And just thank you so much for speaking with us - we will stay updated on your race and wish you the best. [00:34:24] Justice G. Helen Whitener: Thank you. And thank you again, Crystal. It was a pleasure, at least, getting a chance to chat with you again. And we'll see what happens. I'll keep my fingers crossed and keep the bar high as I proceed on this year. [00:34:38] Crystal Fincher: I thank you all for listening to Hacks & Wonks on KVRU 105.7 FM. The producer of Hacks & Wonks is Lisl Stadler with assistance from Shannon Cheng. You can find me on Twitter @finchfrii, spelled F-I-N-C-H-F-R-I-I. Now you can follow Hacks & Wonks on iTunes, Spotify, or wherever else you get your podcasts - just type "Hacks and Wonks" into the search bar. 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Anita's idea of relaxation often involves a good book. She's begun exploring the vast world of romance novels and was surprised to learn how much more diverse the genre has become since the days when Fabio was the only inspiration for sexy book covers. Three neurodivergent authors tell her about writing the characters they longed for as readers and making space for new takes on the "happy ending." Meet the guests: E.S. Yu, author of the paranormal romance “Human Enough.” Ceillie Simkiss, author of two romance novella series, including "Learning Curves." Emery Lee, author of "Meet Cute Diary." Read the transcript | Review the podcast
Ivonne Aldaz, Host and Content Creator, and David Ramirez, Senior Marketing Manager at TINT, join Social Pros to discuss the growing value of User Generated Content (UGC) and how TINT is making it a lot easier to reap the benefits of using UGC. Huge thanks to our amazing sponsors for helping us make this happen. Please support them; we couldn't do it without their help! This week: Salesforce Marketing Cloud Full Episode Details Whether it's from posts in a forum, consumer reviews, or random shoutouts, you've got to admit there's a certain authenticity that comes from UGC. When a brand says something positive about itself, it's flat-out marketing. But hearing how great a brand is from an actual user hits a bit closer to home base. In this episode of Social Pros, Ivonne Aldaz, Host and Content Creator, and David Ramirez, Senior Marketing Manager at TINT, highlight the growing role of UGC today and explain the various ways they're giving UGC a wider platform at TINT. Hear everything from how TINT uses UGC to push its message forward to what makes up an effective UGC campaign. We're getting to the bottom of what makes UGC so successful in this episode. In This Episode: 03:47 What is TINT? 07:58 Ivonne gives an insight into her role as content creator and host 09:42 David explains more about his role as Senior Marketing Manager 12:12 How UGC provides great social proof for brands 13:37 Why is UGC important? 17:54 The benefits of broadening your perspective on UGC 20:48 How Ivonne uses UGC at TINT 24:00 Who should own the UGC efforts in your company? 28:35 Why your HR team should be involved 29:22 Why employee feedback and testimonials are important 34:37 Key elements of a successful UGC or EGC campaign 37:07 Why imperfection is perfect 38:10 Representation is key 40:21 The Big Two with Ivonne and David Resources Get the new State of Marketing report for free from Salesforce Follow Ivonne on Twitter Follow David on Twitter Check out TINT's Twitter Visit SocialPros.com for more insights from your favorite social media marketers.
This week Jill discusses USC and UCLA joining the Big Ten. She discusses why and how this happened and how it will impact the student athlete and the Pac 12 Conference. What is your opinion? Jill is a 32 veteran Sports Attorney, representing Coaches, Players, Athletic Directors, Media, NIL Consultant, CEO of Academic Gameplan, Adjunct Professor at McGeorge School of Law, Podcaster and Author. I love to mentor and teach and have many free resources and online courses to help everyone. Do you need Representation? Get in touch with Jill Now! Click here to see all jill has to offer! https://linktr.ee/jillmcbridebaxter To Learn how to teach the Rules, Fundamentals and Techniques of How to Win at the Game of School and Life go to https://academicgameplan.com Click on this link to sign up for any of the free classes below https://linktr.ee/jillmcbridebaxter Free Class for Athletic Coaches Pondering Representation Free Class for Aspiring Sports Agents/Attorney Free Class for Businesses, Athletes, or Universities seeking Consultation on Name, Image, and Likeness Free Class for Athletes Looking for Representation Set Up a Free Consultation with 32 year veteran Sports Attorney Jill McBride Baxter https://calendly.com/jillbaxter/one-on-one-meeting Do you Need Legal Representation right now? Call 559-250-0151 or email firstname.lastname@example.org Follow Jill IG https://www.instagram.com/agentjillbaxter/Follow Jill Twitter https://www.twitter.com/agentjillbaxter Follow Jill on You Tube https://youtube.com/user/jillbaxterAGP Follow Jill on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/agentjillmcbridebaxter Follow Jill on Linkedin https://www.linkedin.com/in/jillmcbridebaxter Visit Jill's Website https://www.jillmcbridebaxter.com Subscribe and Share this my podcast https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/representation-without-taxation/id1356954624
Emily Cissel and Zuhair Ali join me to talk Ms. Marvel & Representation.Emily Cissell is a middle school social studies teacher also known as a real life superhero. She has a borderline obsession with Captain Marvel, Loki, and her dog Hemingway.Emily Cissell Asks What If….?https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/emily-cissell-asks-what-if/id1595748844323 Network Podcastshttps://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-323-with-reid-murphy/id1573067697Instagram/Twitter: @emilyorlou
Today, we are bringing you a conversation celebrating Disability Pride Month, which is July. This conversation with actress and singer Ali Stroker was recorded last year, but we think it has the same resonance today. We talk to Ali about disability identity and representation in the media. We hope you enjoy the conversation. Roll the tape! Across the top 100 movies of 2019 only 2.3% of all speaking characters had a disability. What's more, the rare times we do see a character with a disability, they aren't played by someone with a disability. In fact, one study found that in the top 10 TV shows for 2018 only 12% of disabled characters were played by disabled actors. In contrast, around 133 million Americans live with visible or invisible disabilities — that's 40% of the public. To put it plainly, there's A LOT of room for improvement. Enter Ali Stroker, a singer and actress phenom who became both the first person using a wheelchair to perform on Broadway and the first person using a wheelchair to win a Tony award. Ali, in many ways, has put disability on the media map, landing roles in film, television, theater and even writing a children's book. She joins us on At Liberty to discuss the importance of the representation and celebration of disability in the entertainment industry and beyond.
Maize n Brew podcasts are brought to you by MANSCAPED! Get 20% off and FREE shipping with the promo code: MNB20 at Manscaped.com. Unlock your confidence and always use the right tools for the job with MANSCAPED. Big Ten Media Days are only a week away and the Michigan Wolverines announced that four players will represent the program in Indianapolis — quarterback Cade McNamara, tight end Erick All, defensive tackle Mazi Smith and cornerback D.J. Turner. On this week's Brewcast, Luke Ghiardi and Scotty White react to the choices and talk about some of the questions they would like to see answered by the Wolverines. All of our Maize n Brew podcasts are available wherever you get your shows! Subscribe, rate, and leave us a review: Apple | Spotify | Google | Stitcher | Megaphone Twitter: https://twitter.com/MaizenBrew Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/maizenbrewsbn/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/maizenbrewsbn YouTube:https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCZBJuf_eohVzbfZmZzMIdqA Discord: https://discord.com/invite/vZMsMTF Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
here has always been a little bit of a playful rivalry between Star Wars fans and Star Trek fans. Two well beloved space stories approach representation in their own galaxies very, very differently. Tonight the crew will be discussing these two franchises and explore how we each feel they handle representation all with special guest and friend of the show Rebecca AKA Pencil Scrathin! Welcome to Pink Milk After Dark, a weekly Star Wars late night livestream, where we talk all things Star Wars from our LGBTQ+ perspective! Get ready it's time to... DRINK UP! Follow Rebecca at: https://twitter.com/pencilscratchin Follow Pink Milk at: Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/servingpinkmilk Tik Tok: https://www.tiktok.com/@servingpinkmilk Find us on “Spaces” a Queer Social Media App: https://queerspaces.com/s/Z9vj Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/servingpinkmilk/ Help Support the Show with Merch! https://www.teepublic.com/user/servingpinkmilk Follow your hosts at: Bryan: https://twitter.com/ServingPinkMilk Tom: https://twitter.com/TomSipsPinkMilk Emma: https://twitter.com/HuttSLeia Mark: https://twitter.com/iameldiablito Chase: https://twitter.com/_thatgayjedi That Gay Jedi: https://www.youtube.com/c/ThatGayJedi Join us on Pink Milk • After Dark every Friday late night at: https://www.youtube.com/c/PinkMilkPodcast Listen to us at: Pink Milk • Talking Star Wars, Queerly on Apple Podcast Spotify Google Podcast Stitcher Overcast Amazon Music Audible Pocketcats Castbox Radio Public
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