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A podcast that explores the various manifestations of racism around the world through personal stories and reflections on lived experiences. A podcast that makes us all aware of the subconscious biases we hold against others as a result of living in a racialised society. A podcast that can teach us what the first steps of 'being anti-racist' truly means. Note: Everything you hear is first and foremost our subjective opinions, feelings and interpretations. If there is anything you may find co ...
 
Discourse on racism is not for the faint of heart. The Invention of Racism podcast presents the subtle, and not so subtle, nuances of racism in the 21st century. Understanding and speaking the truth about racism is the first step toward combatting and ultimately eliminating it. Join us as we explore historic and contemporary topics inside of “The Invention of Racism.” The Invention of Racism publishes weekly beginning September 30, 2020.
 
Created by a Sociologist/College Professor, this podcast gets into the minutia of modern day racial bias and the shadows of institutional racism. This podcast is adjoined to an upcoming documentary film entitled "Modern Racism." This film explores America's efforts to repair the damage caused by institutional racism. In this podcast, Sociologist Trevor B. Milton will engage in uncomfortable conversations on racism, the color line, the legacy of white supremacy, and up-to-date DNA research on ...
 
Qu'est-ce que le racisme? C'est à la fois un quotidien à subir des micro-agressions, la négation de soi, la dépossession de soi, et un mensonge sur le plan scientifique. À l'occasion de l'exposition «Nous et les autres au Musée de l'Homme», Slate.fr décortique les violences protéiformes du racisme. Un podcast d'Émeline Amétis, réalisé par Alexandre Mognol et produit par Charlotte Pudlowski.
 
Doing Our Work is a monthly series sponsored by the Greensboro Community City Working Group and Guilford Anti-Racism Alliance that brings in local experts to present and lead dialogue on concepts to help residents develop a firmer understanding of the roots and nature of racial inequity, and what we can do about it together.
 
In 2016, Washington Regional Regional Association of Grantmakers (WRAG) launched Putting Racism on the Table for philanthropic CEOs and government officials to learn from leading experts on the many aspects of racism, including structural racism, white privilege, implicit bias, mass incarceration, and the racial mosaic of this country. This podcast series features audio from key presentations in the Putting Racism on the Table series. Listen to the podcasts while you drive or workout. We hop ...
 
A podcast about Blackness and code-switching in American society. My name is Blessing Ajaero, and I can be found online at @BlAjaero on Twitter. This is a five-part listening experience that is to be my senior thesis for my Communications major at Regis College, my capstone for course CO-401-01. http://diglossiadiscourse.tumblr.com
 
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What does it mean to be a Portugese woman living in Switzerland and in the UK? Listen to Ana (alias) share her experiences of being othered and essentialized as a Southern European studying and working in Europe, and her reflections on how the Portuguese context shaped her understanding of racism.Από τον #OUR_, Fumi
 
In this episode of the podcast, Nicole chats with Lamar Shambley about his organization and his efforts to give the next generation a global mindset. TOCA (Teens of Color Abroad) is a nonprofit organization with a mission to cultivate the next generation of globally conscious youth of color through full language immersion study abroad experiences. …
 
This episode explores the reproduction of racism through silence and the restriction of knowledge and information by looking at the pop culture film Fight Club and the famous tagline: "The first rule of fight club is you do not talk about fight club." Key words: Racism, White Supremacy, Fight Club (book and film), Chuck Palahniuk, David Fincher, Wh…
 
Nandi Kayyy is a Queer, southern-born, non-binary musician & activist with a passion for Black liberation, soul music, and fried chicken. Nandi is the frontman of Nandi Kayyy & The They Agenda, an Alternative R&B band as well as the host of the 'Black Friends Dinner' podcast. Nandi serves as project manager at Hope & Hard Pills, a media collective …
 
Episode 8 will discuss the concept of White Paternalism. Hidden in the domain of White liberalism and identity politics, paternalist racism is the assumption that white progressives have the right to define what is good for people of color. Included in this episode will be a discussion on the scope of that paternalism, future paths for racial polit…
 
June 19 marks Juneteenth, a day of remembrance for the Black community, specifically recognizing Emancipation Day. And while HIStory tells us on June 19, 1865, General Order No. 3 was read in Galveston, Texas there is so much more to be revealed. Historian, conflict mediator and podcast creator Lettie Shumate helps us impact the much deeper lessons…
 
Karyn is joined by legendary newscaster Dale Hansen for part one of a four-part podcast conversation. Karyn and Dale discuss the importance of speaking out, the struggle that people of color face in employment, and much more. Listen to part two (https://ununited.libsyn.com/chatting-with-dale-hansen-part-2)…
 
Episode 7 will discuss the concept of “Latinidad” and Latinxs peculiar fit into America’s racial hierarchy. This discussion will also include “whiteness” and “anti-blackness” in Latin America; colorism; Indigenous contributions to Latinx culture; and the future of Latinx identity. The featured guest for this episode is Dr. Mery F. Diaz, Associate P…
 
This episode explores the racism inherent in the current public discussion over, and attacks against, Critical Race Theory. Key words: Racism, Critical Race Theory, War, Myth, Mislabeling, Brown v. Board of Education, Southern Manifesto, Neo-conservatism, Black Lives Matter, Mary Frances Berry, Black Resistance/White Law: A History of Constitutiona…
 
Travis is a licensed psychologist and has served as a professor of psychology at Metropolitan State University of Denver for the last 12 years. In July, he will become an Associate Professor at the University of Denver and assume co-directorship of the International Disaster Psychology: Trauma and Global Mental Health graduate program as well as se…
 
I chatted with Alecia Harger (she/they), a sophomore at UC Berkeley and representative for both UC Berkeley Cops Off Campus and the transnational Cops Off Campus Coalition, a network of students, educators, staff, and community members passionate about abolishing policing at all levels of education. We discussed today’s Day of Refusal, Abolition Ma…
 
Tanya Ranchigoda grew up surrounded by her Sri-Lankan community in Southern California. It is through her immigrant family upbringing that she learned about collective and inclusive communities. She took this worldview and professionalized it by becoming a social worker. She now carries people and community stories and histories and collaborates wi…
 
Ji-Youn (she/her) is a justice-oriented therapist of Corean ancestry, located in what is colonially known as Vancouver, Canada. With collective liberation as her vision, she aims to disrupt oppressive practices of the mental health industry and its complicities, and envision new ways of mental health care rooted in abolition and community. She also…
 
Nicole Cardoza and Mallory Cheng speak with Tiffany Tso and Jaimee A. Swift, co-creators of the Black and Asian Feminist Solidarities project, which looks to Black and Asian American feminist histories, practices, and frameworks on care, community, and survival for the tools and strategies to continue to build towards collective liberation. Tiffany…
 
It is important to listen to the peoples of the Pasifika and Oceania during Asian Pacific Islander/Asian Pacific American Heritage Month and beyond. Here, Gabes has a conversation with Sage Ke’alohilani Quiamno. Sage is an Indigenous Native Hawaiian award-winning entrepreneur, speaker, and changemaker. She is the CEO & co-founder of Future For Us, …
 
What does it mean to be an Australian national who neither identifies as White nor as a Person of Color? Listen to Rob share his stories of growing up in the suburbs of Melbourne, the various forms of othering he experiences to this day, his take on what “being Australian” means, and how one may resort to racism to protect oneself.…
 
Episode 6 will discuss the impact of the culture of anti-Black racism in America on police interactions with the public. White police officers—and Black police officers alike—are raised in a culture that assumes the norm of Black male violence. This episode will explore the militarization of policing, the weight of institutional racism, and the “de…
 
We are back for a new season! For the month of May, we will have the honor of hearing from Gabes Torres. Gabes is a Filipino/a/x psychotherapist, organizer, and member of the Speaking of Racism community + Advisory Board. Melody Li joined Gabes for this episode to discuss de-centering whiteness in Therapy. Melody Is a colony-born migrant & settler,…
 
This podcast episode, “Racist Surrealism, The Chauvin Verdict, and the Plea for Justice,” is a recap (with commentary) of the recent court decision which convicted former Minneapolis, Minnesota police officer Derrick Chauvin for the 2020 murder of George Floyd. Key words: Racism, Racial Stereotypes, “Race Riots,” Rodney King, Derrick Chauvin, Georg…
 
Episode 5 will discuss Asian Americans, the concept of "The Model Minority", and Asian Americans as "forever foreigners." The conversation focuses on the importance of education in understanding the history of Asians as Americans. The featured guest for this episode is Dr. Vivian Louie, Professor of Urban Policy and Planning at Hunter College (City…
 
What does it mean to be a Belgian national, the child of two Tunisian parents? Listen to Malik (alias) share his stories of growing up as the only family of color in a small town in West Flanders, and how his experiences as a Muslim shaped his view on issues around racism and racists.Από τον #OUR_, Fumi
 
Karyn speaks with Brian Simmons, a licensed therapist and former police officer. In part three of this three part series, Brian discusses the impact of trauma. Listen to part one (https://ununited.libsyn.com/a-conversation-with-brian-simmons-part-1) and two (https://ununited.libsyn.com/bri2)
 
What does it mean to be a woman and a Bulgarian national studying law in Germany? Listen to An-Marie share the various instances where she felt different or felt the need to be different as a young Eastern European woman studying and socializing in a German community of a specific background.Από τον #OUR_, Fumi
 
Karyn speaks with Brian Simmons, a licensed therapist and former police officer. In part two of this three part series, Brian addresses the mental health aspect of being a police officer and what can be done to assist them. Listen to part one (https://ununited.libsyn.com/a-conversation-with-brian-simmons-part-1) and three (https://ununited.libsyn.c…
 
Our new podcast is a conversation about Dr Rick and Dr Amina Razak's research article, 'Young People as Cultural Critics: Resisting Monocultural Landscapes'.Dr Rick talks about the work of Young Asian Voices (YAV), his involvement with them and their involvement with the research. He also shares with me some of the wonderful work they do. We would …
 
We are replaying this episode with Kathy Kang from March 22nd, 2020. We stand in solidarity with the AAPI community and commit to end white supremacist delusion. Today's episode is with writer, speaker, yoga teacher, and social justice advocate Kathy Khang. Kathy joined Tina and Jen to talk about what life is like for the Asian American and Pacific…
 
What does it mean to be Jewish, Israeli and Gay? Listen to Dan share his experiences and the many microaggressions he faces on a regular basis aimed at both his religion and nationality, his view on the current anti-racism discourse, and what he thinks needs to be done to tackle racism.Από τον #OUR_, Fumi
 
Nicole chats with climate justice writer and essayist Mary Annaïse Heglar on the disproportionate impact of climate change on communities of color, the role of individual activism in changing the collective, and staying committed to the work through it all. The ARD Podcast is produced by Nicole Cardoza, (@nicoleacardoza on Instagram) and edited by …
 
In this episode we join the discussion surrounding the COVID-19 vaccine and the public notion of vaccine hesitancy in the Black community. Key words: Race, Racism, Racecraft, Dr. Esther Hill Hawks, A Woman Doctor’s Civil War, Gerald Schwartz, vaccine hesitancy, Pew Research Center, Slavery and Medicine, Henrietta Lacks, Eugene Saenger, Martha Steph…
 
Karyn speaks with Brian Simmons, a licensed therapist and former police officer. In part one of this three part series, Karyn and Brian discuss the George Floyd incident and much more. Listen to part two (https://ununited.libsyn.com/bri2) and three (https://ununited.libsyn.com/bri3)
 
Nicole sits down with singer-songwriter Raye Zaragoza to talk about "This Land is Your Land," the role of folk music in the American dream, and crafting new songs that accurately tell our stories. Raye Zaragoza is an award-winning singer-songwriter who Paste Magazine called “one of the most politically relevant artists in her genre.” First-generati…
 
This episode explores the impact of media perception on the practice of racism. Hyper-segregated Whites in America are less exposed to real Black culture and instead take their cues from representations of Black people in media. The second half of the podcast is dedicated to the hidden gems in Black culture; in particular: the way that Black famili…
 
In 1865, General William T. Sherman issued Special Field Order No. 15— a promise to redistribute 40 acres of once Confederate-owned land in coastal South Carolina and Florida to each formerly enslaved adult to begin mending the seemingly unmendable. It never came to pass. H.R. 40, also known as the Commission to Study and Develop Reparation Proposa…
 
Welcome to Un-United: Racism In America, a brand new podcast presenting necessary discussions on race, social justice and life experiences. Host Karyn Martin is interviewed by Kris Gross from FriedoNation Productions about this podcast and what drove her to put these conversations together.
 
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