Episode Notes:Asha provided lots of resources to educate you about the racist agenda behind the religious right's obsession with abortion laws. She suggested reading Politico Magazine's The Real Origins of the Religious Right and watching Netflix's Reversing Roe. Read more about California banning non-consensual condom removal. If you want to hear more of Keith, check out Episode 51: Donald Trump has Left the Building (ft. Keith Boykin). Also read his book Race Against Time: The Politics of a Darkening America. Pass the PopcornIn this episode, Jarrett wants to add some perspective to the Texas SB8 abortion law and help you understand why Texas's new law is so dangerous, impacting impoverished and people of color worse. Asha joins Jarrett to help guide the discussion. DIS/Honorable Mentions DM: Asha mentions that R. Kelly was finally convicted even though he should have gone to jail years ago, back when he first assaulted singer Aaliyah, which brings us to . . . HM: The brave victims that were named in the R. Kelly case. HM: Ted Winn and his new recording of Marvin Gaye's classic Inner City Blues (Makes Me Wanna Holler).HM: Jarrett for taking a vacation.Our Sponsors This WeekRayconFANTI listeners can get 15% off their Raycon at BuyRaycon.com/FANTI.BetterHelpFANTI listeners get 10% off their first month at Betterhelp.com/FANTI.Go ahead and @ usEmail: FANTI@maximumfun.orgIG@FANTIpodcast@Jarrett Hill@rayzon (Tre'Vell)Twitter@FANTIpodcast@TreVellAnderson@JarrettHill@Swish (Senior Producer Laura Swisher)@Rainewheat (Producer Lorraine Wheat)FANTI is produced and distributed by MaximumFun.orgLaura Swisher is senior producer and Lorraine Wheat is producer. Episode Contributors: Jarrett Hill, Laura Swisher, Tre'Vell Anderson, Lorraine Wheat, Keith Boykin, Asha DahyaMusic: Cor.eceGraphics: Ashley Nguyen
In 1952, three-year-old Ralph Miles moved with his family to South Bend after an uncle told Ralph's father that the Bendix company was hiring. Ralph's special needs school gave him work well beyond his grade level. He left that school to attend Harrison and then Washington. The work was on grade level, and way too easy for him. Bored, and without appropriate emotional and learning spaces, he acted out. By the time he got to Washington High School, he turned to violence, particularly to combat racist white students. Eventually, Ralph was expelled for bringing a gun into school. He did not have a positive opinion of local Black leaders or Black organizations. He saw cronyism, colorism, and compliance with white people in power at the expense of people in his west side community. In 2003, Civil Rights Heritage Center historian David Healey sat down to talk with Ralph Miles. They discussed Ralph's early years in his special needs school, his perspective as a disaffected high school student, and his critiques of South Bend's Black elite. In the interview, both David and Ralph use words like “normal” and “regular” to describe Ralph's first school—the one for students with special needs. We do not condone the use of those words, as they set a rigid and unacceptable definition of “normal”, and pits those that differ as somehow irregular or abnormal. This episode was produced by Jweetu Pangani for the Ernestine M. Raclin School of the Arts at Indiana University South bend, and by George Garner for the IU South Bend Civil Rights Heritage Center. Click here for a full transcript of this episode. Want to learn more about South Bend's history? View the photographs and documents that helped create it. Visit Michiana Memory at http://michianamemory.sjcpl.org/. Title music, “History Explains Itself,” from Josh Spacek. Visit his page on the Free Music Archive, http://www.freemusicarchive.org/.
The Congregation, Segregation, Miscegenation and Eugenics.This is an encore presentation of this episode, but a first-time appearance on this public platform.We'll be back next week with a chapter!Contextual Links: Anti-Miscegenation Laws in the US - https://scholarship.law.duke.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=1544&context=dljThe History of Eugenics - https://www.history.com/topics/germany/eugenicsBrown vs. Board at 50 - https://www.loc.gov/exhibits/brown/brown-segregation.htmlLoving vs. Virginia; Case, Summary - https://www.history.com/topics/civil-rights-movement/loving-v-virginiaThe GI Bill and black veterans - https://www.history.com/news/gi-bill-black-wwii-veterans-benefitsConnecticut's Witch Trials - https://www.wethersfieldhistory.org/articles/connecticuts-witch-trials/The Magic of Words -- North Carolina's first witch trial - https://unmaskedhistory.com/2019/09/19/the-magic-of-words-ncs-first-witch-trial/Heretosis - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/HeterosisDeed Restrictions and Racial Covenants - https://www.cnn.com/2020/02/15/us/racist-deeds-covenants/index.htmlFrancis Galton - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Francis_GaltonMore:*Email: DaemonsDiscuss@gmail.com*Voice message: http://Speakpipe.com/DaemonsDiscuss, or call us (US number/carrier rates apply): 1 (360) 519-7836*Social Media: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/DaemonsDiscuss Twitter: https://twitter.com/DaemonsDiscuss Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/daemonsdiscuss/*Podcast home page: http://DaemonsDiscuss.com*Main page: http://www.DaemonsDomain.com See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
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The very first episode of the Integrated Schools Podcast featured a conversation between our late founder, Courtney Mykytyn, and two mothers who were early in their journeys toward anti-racist school integration. Since then, Anna and Sarah have continued to be influential members of the Integrated Schools community, and both found themselves moving over the past 18 months. While both of their families had moved and purchased homes in the past, this was the first time they engaged in that process with a deep commitment to anti-racist school integration. They discovered that living into their values wasn't always easy. They share their process, and the challenges they faced, as they grappled with what it means to be White, and what it means to have racial and economic privilege in a world where they want to show up better and create a more just place. LINKS:Maggie Hagerman -White Kids: Growing Up with Privilege in a Racially Divided America Richard Rothstein - Color of Law The Intro to the Integrated Schools PodcastUse these links or start at our Bookshop.org storefront to support local bookstores, and send a portion of the proceeds back to us. Join our Patreon to support this work, and connect with us and other listeners to discuss these issues even further.Let us know what you think of this episode, suggest future topics, or share your story with us - @integratedschls on twitter, IntegratedSchools on Facebook, or email us firstname.lastname@example.org.The Integrated Schools Podcast was created by Courtney Mykytyn and Andrew Lefkowits.This episode was produced by Andrew Lefkowits and Val Brown. It was edited, and mixed by Andrew Lefkowits.Music by Kevin Casey.
In conversation with Richard Rothstein Sheryll Cashin's NAACP Image Award–nominated books on racism and inequality include The Failures of Integration, The Agitator's Daughter, and Place, Not Race. The Carmack Waterhouse Professor of Law, Civil Rights and Social Justice at Georgetown University, a contributing editor at Politico, and a member of the Poverty and Race Research Action Council, Cashin formerly worked as a law clerk to U.S. Supreme Court Justice Thurgood Marshall and in the Clinton's White House. White Space, Black Hood, which Professor Henry Louis Gates Jr. referred to as ''riveting and beautifully written'' and ''meticulously researched'', uses two decades of data to expose the ways in which the U.S. government fostered inequality through the creation of impoverished Black spaces and affluent white spaces. A distinguished fellow of the Economic Policy Institute and a senior fellow (emeritus) at the Thurgood Marshall Institute of the NAACP Legal Defense Fund, Richard Rothstein is the author of the bestselling book The Color of Law: A Forgotten History of How Our Government Segregated America and is a former national education columnist for The New York Times. (recorded 10/5/2021)
Season 2 Episode 16: In this episode Carrie admits that white guilt often makes her over-compensate. Gloria talks about the conversations that occur at the dinner table when you're raising a black son in America. (re-release) more about HCFS: https://linktr.ee/HCFSpodcast follow us on Instagram: @HCFSpodcast and Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/HardCandyAndFruitSnacks
Health in America is closely tied to where we live. Higher rates of preventable health conditions are concentrated in high-poverty neighborhoods that are more likely to be home to a higher proportion of Americans of color. Despite modern anti-discrimination laws that make people legally free to move wherever they like, the reality is that our cities and communities remain largely racially segregated. This segregation is not a result of chance, but rather the direct result of business practices and government housing policy that date back to almost a century ago. One notorious example is redlining, in which services such as home loans or insurance were denied to Black and Brown Americans by characterizing the communities that the lived in as “too risky”. In this episode of Epidemiology Counts, we discuss the legacy of racial segregation and practices such as redlining that have shaped our communities, and the lasting effect of segregation on health disparities in America. Host Bryan James and Ghassan Hamra, assistant professor in Epidemiology and Environmental Health and Engineering at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, talk to Dr. Sharrelle Barber a social epidemiologist at the Drexel University Dornsife School of Public Heath and leader of the new Ubuntu Center on Racism, Global Movements and Population Health Equity.
Wrap up of Critical Race Theory events. Saturday Night Live skit covers mock school board with "crazy" parents talking about CRT and segregation. Real school board struggles with "banning" Critical Race Theory. Young "antiracist" with Antiracist social media channels equates antiracism with getting rid of the United States. Because that's what it really is. Website - https://www.cwicmedia.com
Five months after the high-stakes local election in Southlake, the city is gearing up for yet another contentious vote. One of the school board members who supported the diversity plan, retired Air Force Col. Dave Almand, is stepping down, and the battle over diversity programs is at the center of the fight to replace him. But he's far from the only leader to leave a role in public schools this year following attacks from parents opposed to what they see as the quiet creep critical race theory. For this special bonus episode, we sit down with a panel of four educators from across the country who've come under fire, including James Whitfield, the first Black principal at a high school a town over from Southlake, whose school board has begun a formal process that could lead to his termination. The educators discuss how the anti-CRT movement is driving them out of their careers—and away from their students.
I saw a good post online from a brother in Christ who is in New Zealand/Australia. I thought what he said was eloquent and to the point. I hope in my ramblings I say something in this episode that will cause you to think about what is going on around you and will cause you to treat your brothers and sisters in Christ better regardless of what side of the issue you are. Here is the post: STOP SEGREGATION I urge the people of New Zealand, Australia and the world to say no! Let us not be driven apart by a divisive narrative setting those who are jabbed against those who are not. This threatens families, loved ones, friends, communities and individuals. Without judgment on who chooses or chose not to have the “jab”. Whatever your choice, realise that the narrative is not all it seems to be. If the jab worked it would mean that the jabbed ones would be protected, even though the opposite is proving true. How despicable it is to start to attack and degrade honest and loyal citizens based upon a trial “jab” status. Together we can stand but divided we will all fall to tyranny and oppression. The survival rates for this virus are extremely high generally and preventative measures are proving effectual. Regardless of what those who seek to control decide, let us say no to segregation and fear mongering. Let us pray and choose against segregation. The world is quickly heading down a dark road but we can change that by being united. Police, lawyers, judges, citizens, families, doctors, nurses, all… let us say no to turning on each other. Unite in prayer and in refusing to segregate and incapacitate our fellow man. Think about your choices and how they will impact the future for all people. Let us pray amd fast about such a huge threat facing the world. Blessings If you like what we do and want to help out, www.patreon.com/nearchurches you can also "buy me a coffee" at: www.buymeacoffee.com/cogitations To email me email@example.com For hundreds of good lessons on as many topics, www.digitalbiblestudy.org My PayPal: firstname.lastname@example.org
In this episode, Vince and Jason look over the most viral clips of the week involving college kids going off on white people, Rand Paul going off on health officials, and Tik Tokers wanting America to be abolished.
The State Fair of Texas is great fun, from corny dogs to the Midway, and Dallas has been proud to be its home since the 19th century. But the fair also has a rough history with South Dallas and other surrounding neighborhoods. That includes segregation and the city's decision to condemn whole streets to make way for parking. The fair is also the reason Dallas has Fair Park, and the future of the fair and Fair Park are as entwined as the past.
For 25 years Dr. Leonard Moore, a professor at the University of Texas at Austin, has been teaching Black history—mostly to white students. He describes his engaging and provocative new book, Teaching Black History to White People, as “part memoir, part Black history, part pedagogy, part how-to guide.” He argues that Black history should be an essential part of student curriculum as a means of understanding the Black experience in America and as a prescription for greater racial harmony.
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Here we are at this point of the COVID 19 game where The vaccinated vs. The unvaccinated are really fighting for theirr freedom's. Some for the right to live a life with fear of catching COVID to a deadly degree and other's the right to choose what goes inside their bodies based on their uncertainty and or religious beliefs. While many folks are just looking to get back to what they considered a normal existence and trusting science to return them there in that proverbial time machine; others including some of your favorite athletes like Kyrie Irving just aren't feeling it enough to trust science and the Gov't with their choice? This has brought about a point of contention when considering how to keep your jobs and remain unvaccinated for whatever religious or uncertain reasons of your choice. I'm going to try and tackle what we have already discussed in past episodes of Wtf-Landia Radio Show so dive right in with dissenting ears. Enjoy
It's Election Day in Southlake, Texas — time to see if all the fighting over the school district's Cultural Competence Action Plan translates into votes. A handful of candidates and supporters who want to see new diversity programs rally in Town Square, across from a much larger, rowdier crowd of those backing the conservative slate. “It's a great town,” one voter shouts over her shoulder. “We want to keep it that way.” After the votes are counted, Southlake becomes a national poster child in the movement to redefine and root out critical race theory. Stuck in the middle is Lane Ledbetter, Carroll's new school superintendent, who is tasked with bringing the community together — but in a rare interview, he struggles to answer questions about racism in Southlake. On graduation day, Nikki Olaleye says she hopes Southlake's future doesn't mirror its past.
India's Maharajahs get a bad rap. Both the British empire and our freedom fighters pushed wrong stereotypes about them. Manu Pillai joins Amit Varma in episode 244 of The Seen and the Unseen to chat about the multitudes of our maharajahs -- and much else that matters. Also check out: 1. Manu Pillai's Website, Twitter and Instagram. 2. False Allies: India's Maharajahs in the Age of Ravi Varma -- Manu Pillai. 3. Ivory Throne: Chronicles of the House of Travancore -- Manu Pillai. 4. Rebel Sultans: The Deccan from Khilji to Shivaji -- Manu Pillai. 5. The Courtesan, the Mahatma and the Italian Brahmin -- Manu Pillai. 6. Kerala and the Ivory Throne -- Episode 156 of The Seen and the Unseen (w Manu Pillai). 7. Our Colorful Past -- Episode 127 of The Seen and the Unseen (w Manu Pillai). 8. The Deccan Before Shivaji -- Episode 98 of The Seen and the Unseen (w Manu Pillai). 9. Sudhir Sarnobat's epic tweet summing up the first 200 episodes of The Seen and the Unseen. 10. The Hunter Becomes the Hunted -- Episode 200 of The Seen and the Unseen. 11. A Matter of Rats -- Amitava Kumar. 12. Piercing -- Ryu Murakami. 13. Eichmann in Jerusalem: A Report on the Banality of Evil -- Hannah Arendt. 14. SPQR: A History of Ancient Rome -- Mary Beard. 15. The Mapilla Rebellion of Malabar -- Manu Pillai. 16. The many shades of the Mappila insurrection -- Manu Pillai. 17. Malevolent Republic — Kapil Komireddi. 18. Who Broke Our Republic? -- Episode 163 of The Seen and the Unseen (w Kapil Komireddi). 19. Religion in India: Tolerance and Segregation -- The Pew Center Research survey of religion in India. (Also: 1, 2.) 20. A Meditation on Form -- Amit Varma. 21. Naoroji: Pioneer of Indian Nationalism — Dinyar Patel. 22. Dadabhai Naoroji and the Fight for India -- Episode 187 of The Seen and the Unseen (w Dinyar Patel). 23. Understanding India Through Its Languages -- Peggy Mohan. 24. Young India -- Episode 83 of The Seen and the Unseen (w Snigdha Poonam). 25. Royals and Rebels: The Rise and Fall of the Sikh Empire -- Priya Atwal. 26. VP Menon: The Unsung Architect of Modern India — Narayani Basu. 27. India's Greatest Civil Servant -- Episode 167 of The Seen and the Unseen (w Narayani Basu). 28. India's Security State -- Episode 242 of The Seen and the Unseen (w Josy Joseph). 29. Lessons from 1975 -- Amit Varma (2015 piece). 30. There Comes Papa. Please subscribe to The India Uncut Newsletter. It's free! And check out Amit's online course, The Art of Clear Writing.
The Left is fully embracing the use of propaganda to push its partisan narrative. As if that wasn't already bad, the arguments they're using are so stupid that it's difficult to take any of it seriously. Do they really believe inundating the public with this idiocy is actually going to help their cause? Apparently, inclusivity has branched out to include people who are brain-dead. President Biden says the Border Patrol agents protecting America are “an embarrassment” and promises there will be consequences. In the meantime, Hunter Biden's finger paintings are set to fetch up to $500,000 apiece. Which of these acts is really embarrassing? According to the Left, it's the former situation. In a New York Times article, Shelley Ross accused CNN anchor Chris Cuomo of sexual harassment in 2005. Don't worry, like his brother Andrew, Chris didn't harass anyone, he's just Italian. Two hosts of "The View" were pulled off the set after finding out they'd tested positive for COVID. Why were they on the set before finding out the results of their test? Surely it wasn't because they wanted to use the stunt as a way to support their narrative while virtue-signaling to their audience. They would never do something like that. With the U.S. changing rapidly and the American value system under attack, protecting your family and what matters most is mission-critical. Join Safety Net Club and get a $10k AD&D insurance policy at no cost when you join. We are members and love the product recommendations, advice and offers. Go to https://www.safetynet.club to step up protecting you and your family today. Subscribe to You Are Here YouTube: https://bit.ly/2XNLhQw Watch MORE You Are Here on BlazeTV: https://bit.ly/38WB2vw Check out Elijah Schaffer's YouTube channel: https://bit.ly/3C0yWH8 Check out Sydney Watson's YouTube channel: https://bit.ly/2YIedK5 Follow Sydney Watson on Twitter: https://twitter.com/SydneyLWatson Follow Elijah Schaffer on Twitter: https://twitter.com/ElijahSchaffer Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
In the 1920s, Lucille Sneed's parents left Tennessee for South Bend to work at Studebaker. They were part of the first wave of African Americans migrating north chasing what they saw as opportunities in factory jobs. During World War II, Lucille's brother was called into military service. Lucille took his place at the Studebaker factory. She stayed after her brother returned. Lucille learned how to sew with large, industrial machines to make upholstery and other fabric materials for thousands of Studebaker cars. She also learned how to navigate segregation in South Bend's shops, theaters, and restaurants. In 2002, Civil Rights Heritage Center co-founder Amy Selner and historian David Healey sat down with Ms. Sneed. They talked about her work at Studebaker, her time at Central High School, and what South Bend was like in the middle of the 20th century. This episode was produced by Donald Brittain from the Ernestine M. Raclin School of the Arts at IU South Bend, and by George Garner from the Civil Rights Heritage Center. Click here for a transcript of this episode. Want to learn more about South Bend's history? View the photographs and documents that helped create it. Visit Michiana Memory at http://michianamemory.sjcpl.org/. Title music, “History Explains Itself,” from Josh Spacek. Visit his page on the Free Music Archive, http://www.freemusicarchive.org/.
We are getting in style with Robin Allen Style- taking it back to her glory days of the T Zone with Tyra. Speaking of Tyra have you seen her hosting Dancing With The Stars which is pushing boundaries with their first same sex dancing duo?! We unpack The Emmy's in an era of amazing diverse television, and nominees the winners seem to be lacking in melanin. Y The Last Man is giving us some post apocalyptic realness sans those with a Y chromosome. Is Nicki Minaj spouting all this not getting vaxxed impotent talk to distract us from her legal troubles!? 7 Years before Brown v. Board of education their was Mendez vs. Westminster breaking down segregation in California schools for Latinx children. And our personal stylist guru takes us through a deeper dive into the AOC's Met gala ensemble and how what we wear can help empower us to be the amazing people we are on the inside, reflected on the out. Guest Co-Host: Robin Allen Style (she/her)- Robin Allen is your Friendly Neighborhood Stylist. Personal Shopper and On-Air Personality! She has been the go-to Guest Style Expert on Portland's daytime shows “AM Northwest” and “Afternoon Live” as well as a Creative Director, Fashion Show Producer, Brand Spokesperson and Red Carpet Fashion Critic. Her latest endeavor though is launching a charitable fund and soon-to-be show “Stylist for the People'' which focuses on giving her services and the services of her professional friends in the industry to deserving BIPOC and LGBTQIA+ recipients for free! @robinallenstyleREFERENCE LINKS: Nicki Minaj and the case of the swollen testicles- distraction? Emmys so Whitehttps://www.vulture.com/article/emmys-2021-analysis-awards-dont-capture-tv-landscape.htmlhttps://www.themarysue.com/michaela-coel-emmy-actors-of-color-shut-out/Mendez v. Westminsterhttps://www.crf-usa.org/bill-of-rights-in-action/bria-23-2-c-mendez-v-westminster-paving-the-way-to-school-desegregationhttps://www.zinnedproject.org/news/tdih/mendez-v-westminster/https://www.npr.org/sections/codeswitch/2014/05/16/312555636/before-brown-v-board-mendez-fought-californias-segregated-schools Minority Korner on YouTube: https://bit.ly/2JsXEuuCONTACT USTwitter: @minoritykornerEmail: email@example.comIG: @minoritykornerHost/Producer: James Arthur M: TW: @JamesArthur_M, IG: @JamesArthur
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In 2016, Val Brown recognized a silence in the education community regarding issues of race, and a gap in learning opportunities for educators. In response she founded #ClearTheAir, a platform for educators to learn about the intersections of history, racism, and education. In 2019, she reached out to Integrated Schools to see if we might walk this road towards anti-racist school integration together. However, she had a question - as a Black mom, she asked, "do I belong at Integrated Schools? Is there a place for me?" This is a question we have been wrestling with internally for some time. Leadership team member, Ali Takata recently published a blog post highlighting the gap she has felt in our ability to address a multiracial audience and announcing our intentions to grow from a primarily White organization into a truly multiracial organization. While we know that this process needs to be slow and deliberate, we are also deeply committed to seeing it through. With that in mind, and given that the podcast has been lacking a regular co-host, we felt it was time to bring someone new on board, and we are so grateful that Val agreed. She will be with us at least though May of 2022 to co-host, lend her insights, and help model what a truly multiracial coalition could be. In this first episode, we get to know her backstory, why she cares, and what we hope this season will achieve. LINKS:Val Brown on TwitterAli's Blog PostWhite Lips to White Ears by IS Advisory Board Member, Matt Gonzales#ClearTheAirDr. Mica PollockJoin our Patreon to support this work, and connect with us and other listeners to discuss these issues even further.Let us know what you think of this episode, suggest future topics, or share your story with us - @integratedschls on twitter, IntegratedSchools on Facebook, or email us firstname.lastname@example.org.The Integrated Schools Podcast was created by Courtney Mykytyn and Andrew Lefkowits.This episode was produced by Andrew Lefkowits and Val Brown. It was edited, and mixed by Andrew Lefkowits.Music by Kevin Casey.
Season 2 Episode 15: In this episode Gloria and Carrie talk about the social divide between them and attempts that were made at crossing that gap. (re-release) more about HCFS: https://linktr.ee/HCFSpodcast follow us on Instagram: @HCFSpodcast and Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/HardCandyAndFruitSnacks
The National Coalition of Blacks for Reparations in America (N'COBRA) is the premiere mass-based coalition of organizations and individuals organized for the sole purpose of obtaining reparations for African descendants in the United States. Join the host and special guest as they discuss the formation of N'COBRA and why it is necessary. Special Guest: Nkechi Taifa and Wautella Visit N'COBRA online @ https://www.ncobraonline.org/
The election to fill two school board seats takes center stage—and becomes a referendum on the school district's diversity plan. At a secretly recorded meeting, members of Southlake Families PAC grill a prospective candidate about conservative political causes, from opposition to Black Lives Matter to abortion. As school board candidates debate whether Carroll's code of conduct is enough to protect students, a queer 16-year-old takes a complaint of harassment to Carroll Senior High School's principal — and the response leaves her feeling even less safe at school. In the final days before the election, candidates knock on doors, and outgoing Mayor Laura Hill gives a speech calling opponents of the diversity plan to action.
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In this weeks ep, we go back in time to the days of segregation, what it was like for the day to day people in America & short stories of racism/ segregation from real people. We honor the bravery & the willpower of our black ancestors in America, they fought for us to get to where we are today, even though we have plenty of room to grow. •FOLLOW US- https://linktr.ee/DeeperThanMostPC •Video versions of episodes go up EVERY FRIDAY on YouTube* Stay light ☀️ Stay Bright ✨ & Stay Positive ☮️ --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/deeper-than-most/message
The party of segregation is at again as they lock down the Capitol in time for Constitution Day Celebrations. Plus Biden shuts down the press again at the Southern border as the illegal immigration crisis surges once again. What do they have to hide?
Do you know someone whose story about South Bend should be preserved? We're seeking nominations for new oral history recordings. Every year, we'll invite about six people with unique, compelling stories to share how they experienced South Bend's past. Nominate someone now: https://go.iu.edu/3WVo Learn more about the new oral history recording project: https://mailchi.mp/8d6594f2e6f8/know-someone-whose-south-bend-story-should-be-preserved
This week Kim and Alice interview nonfiction powerhouse Mary Roach about renegade animals, tiger penises, and her amazing use of footnotes. Plus, new nonfiction about Chicago, online shopping, and segregation. This content contains affiliate links. When you buy through these links, we may earn an affiliate commission. Follow Up The Quiet Zone: Unraveling the Mystery of a Town Suspended in Silence by Stephen Kurczy Paradise: One Town's Struggle to Survive an American Wildfire by Lizzie Johnson New Nonfiction Three Girls from Bronzeville: A Uniquely American Memoir of Race, Fate, and Sisterhood by Dawn Turner Arriving Today: From Factory Floor to Front Door – Why Everything Has Changed About How and What We Buy by Christopher Mims Code Name Badass: The True Story of Virginia Hall by Heather Demetrios White Space, Black Hood: Opportunity Hoarding and Segregation in the Age of Inequality by Sheryll Cashin Beautiful Country: A Memoir by Qian Julie Wang We Are Not Broken by George M. Johnson Chasing the Truth: A Young Journalist's Guide to Investigative Reporting by Ruby Shamir, Jodi Kantor, and Megan Twohey Interview with Mary Roach Fuzz: When Nature Breaks the Law by Mary Roach Reading Now Dragon Hoops by Gene Luen Yang We Sold Our Souls: A Novel by Grady Hendrix See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Parents in Southlake discover a new label for what's been bothering them about all this diversity, equity and inclusion talk: critical race theory. A new fixation on the academic concept muddies the debate, drowning out the voices of students who'd come forward with stories about racism. Kimberlé Crenshaw, one of the founding scholars of CRT, sheds light on the national battle over the theory, warning of dire consequences. And Tucker Carlson, Dana Loesch, and even Demi Lovato all put a spotlight on Southlake, where the local fight has grown even more divisive — and more personal.
Wayne Resnick fills in for Bill Handel. With the widespread support for Texas' new abortion ban, Wayne makes the connection to guns, segregation and same-sex marriages. What's the significance of the latest Marvel film Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings? Mo Kelly chimes in. ABC News Entertainment Correspondent joins the show for this week's Entertainment Report.
Wayne Resnick sits in for Bill Handel. With an overwhelming amount of support for Texas' abortion ban, Wayne makes the connection between guns, segregation, and same-sex marriage laws.
Facing a wave of backlash to its proposed Cultural Competence Action Plan, Southlake's school board tries to find middle ground — but winds up angering everyone. The school board meeting room turns into a battleground, as scores of conservative parents line up to explain their objections to any changes to the curriculum or disciplinary measures designed to protect students of color. Behind the scenes, with the help of powerful figures like Texas GOP Chairman Allen West, a new political action committee begins work to stop what supporters say is a “liberal takeover” of their school district. They sue to put the diversity plan on hold, and their efforts catch the attention of conservatives outside Southlake.You can read the text of Carroll ISD's draft diversity plan here.
The use of vaccination status to divide society into two classes is spreading around the world, more intensely in some places than others. Today we take a look at what's happening in Lithuania, and whether the potential exists for enough noncompliance to bring the system down. Emilia Mituziene joins me.
Southlake, Texas, is an immaculate, largely white suburb 30 minutes from Dallas. It's a magnet for well-off parents looking for public schools that will get their kids into top-tier universities — and it doesn't hurt that the town's Carroll High School Dragons routinely compete for the state football championship. Frank and Robin Cornish, a Black couple, moved to Southlake in the 1990s after Frank fell in love with the place, and he soon recruited fellow Dallas Cowboys to join them. But then the Cornish family suffered a tragedy, and gradually they began to see a different side of their town. In 2018, a viral video of students yelling the N-word brought their concerns to the surface — and exposed racism in Southlake's schools. The whole town seemed to get behind a plan to confront it...at first.
Southlake's leaders try to bring the community together in the weeks after the viral N-word video. But inside the halls of Carroll High, Black students aren't feeling heard. In the midst of the turmoil, 17-year-old Raven Rolle secretly records her emotional showdown in the principal's office with a white student who insists that anyone should be able to say the N-word. Meanwhile, the school district is forging ahead with a plan to address racist bullying, but before officials can release it, a pandemic and a national racial reckoning throws everything off track. A friend of Raven's, Nikki Olaleye, organizes a Black Lives Matter rally in town square—and fear takes hold in Southlake.CORRECTION (Sept. 2, 2021, 04:30 p.m. ET): A previous version of this episode misstated the hotel where the 2018 homecoming dance was held. It was a Hilton hotel, not a Westin.
Beautiful Southlake, Texas, seemed too good to be true—until a video emerged of white high school students chanting the N-word. But it was the school district's plan to confront racism that really sent residents on the warpath. Hosted by reporter Mike Hixenbaugh and correspondent Antonia Hylton, Southlake is a six-part series about belonging—and backlash—in an American suburb. Coming August 30.