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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 ...
 
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.
 
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.
 
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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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, …
 
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,…
 
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…
 
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…
 
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…
 
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…
 
We are kicking off our Black History Month series with Speaking of Racism owner and co-host, Tina Strawn. Tune in and listen as Tina highlights two people who have impacted her: Alice Walker, and her debate and speech teacher- Electra Kitchin. Stay tuned for more BHM moments from our board members this month!…
 
In this bonus episode, Dr. Katherine Bankole-Medina delivers the keynote lecture at the Martin Luther King, Jr. Virtual Celebration hosted by San Diego State University. This even was recorded Friday, January 22, 2021. Key words: Racism, Martin Luther King, Jr., King’s Legacy, George Orwell, 1984, Newspeak, January 6, 2021, Coronavirus, Stamped fro…
 
Nicole sits down with curator and historian Tyree Boyd-Pates to discuss his work of documenting Black history, and how we can act as the curators of this lifetime for future generations. The ARD Podcast is produced by Nicole Cardoza, (@nicoleacardoza on Instagram) and edited by Mallory Cheng. Learn more at antiracismdaily.com. Join us for our curat…
 
Tressie McMillan Cottom joined Tina to talk about her book Thick: And Other Essays (2019), winning the MacArthur Foundation's Genius Grant, Black Sisterhood, and more. "Tressie McMillan Cottom, Ph.D. is an associate professor in the School of Information and Library Science at the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill and Senior Research Fellow …
 
This episode will discuss the etymology of the word "nigger", its uses in American culture, and how it has always represented the 'shadow self' of white America. Trevor Milton explores the connection between this body of undesirable attributes and the behaviors on full display at the siege on the U.S. Capitol building on January 6th, 2021.…
 
On this episode of Speaking of Racism, Tina is joined by Jessica Care Moore to talk about her latest book- We Want Our Bodies Back. Jessica Care Moore is the CEO of Moore Black Press, Executive Producer of Black WOMEN Rock!, and founder of the literacy-driven, Jess Care Moore Foundation. An internationally renowned poet, playwright, performance art…
 
This episode looks briefly at White privilege and the coup attempt that occurred in the United States on January 6, 2021. Key words: Racism, United States Coup, Domestic Terrorism, White Privilege, Racial Double Standards, Joy Ann Reid, Kamala Harris, Stacey Abrams, Muriel Bowser, Peggy McIntosh, "White Privilege: Unpacking the Invisible Knapsack,"…
 
This episode, “Hood Racism—The KKK Cypher,” takes a brief look at the early history of the Ku Klux Klan in the United States with emphasis on the role of secrecy. Key topics: Racism, Ku Klux Klan, KKK, secrecy, Confederacy, Psychological manipulation, vigilantism, Civil War, The 48 Laws of Power, KKK Apologist histories, Ku Klux Klan Its Origin, Gr…
 
In this week's episode, Tina speaks with Susanna Barkataki about her new book. An Indian yoga practitioner in the Shankaracharya tradition, Susanna Barkataki supports practitioners to lead with equity, diversity, and yogic values while growing thriving practices and businesses with confidence. She is the founder of Ignite Yoga and Wellness Institut…
 
This episode, “A Good Deed and the White Supremacist Online Surveillance of Black People,” relates a personal narrative about being threatened online with militant racism in the time of COVID-19. Key words: Race, Racism, White Supremacy, Surveillance, Ida B. Wells-Barnett, Lynching, Lee Walker, Neighborhood apps, Pandemic Racism, Black Unity, White…
 
Episode 2 will explore the "echoes" of our racist libertarian present as was generated by the popular novel "The Turner Diaries" (1978) The Turner Diaries has been labeled as the "bible of the racist right" by the FBI, and offers a white supremacist fantasy for America. This podcast will explore the content of the book in order to make sense of the…
 
This episode explores the basic concept of public health; the recent phenomenon of cities, counties, and national organizations declaring racism a public health crisis; important questions and concerns about the declaration that racism is an urgent threat to public health in the United States. Key words: Race, Racism, White Supremacy, Public Health…
 
"Monique Melton is a highly sought-after anti-racism educator, published author, international speaker, and host of the Shine Brighter Together podcast. She is also the founder of Shine Brighter Together, which is a community dedicated to healthy relationships & diverse unity." Monique joined Tina to talk about life, joy, and so much more for this …
 
This episode explores “The Racist Pedagogics of Prejudice and Privilege” by briefly surveying, through four case summaries, how racist ideas are taught, maintained, and reinforced among White people. Key words: Racism, Race Relations, White Supremacy, University students, Race Prejudice, White Privilege, Higher Education, Kenneth B. Clark, “Doll ex…
 
I am a Sociology Professor creating a documentary film entitled "Modern Racism." This film explores America's efforts to repair the damage caused by institutional racism. This episode in particular will explore the basic themes of the film. It will also address the concepts of colorblindism, biracialism, white supremacy, and the problems with cance…
 
Episode Description—This episode explores one of the many “Rituals of Racism.” One ritual is the phenomenon of False Accusations made against Black people; and how this practice, in one recent example, is related to the attack on the Black Lives Matter movement. Key words: Racism, False Accusations, Lynching, Wrongful Convictions, Exoneration, Blac…
 
Dr. Candice Nicole Hargons directs the Center for Healing Racial Trauma, where they provide therapy services to the global majority and consulting services to organizations on anti-racism. "Dr. Hargons (formerly Crowell) earned her PhD from the University of Georgia in 2015. She directs the RISE^2 Research Team (Relationships, Intimacy, and Sexual …
 
This episode discusses the rape of enslaved Black women as part of the state sanctioned operations inherent in the American institution of slavery, highlighting the Missouri v. Celia, a Slave case in 1855. Key topics: Racism, Slavery, Enslaved Black Women, Missouri v. Celia, Rape, Antebellum Sex-Trade, Sexual Assault, Antebellum Racism, Unrapeabili…
 
This podcast episode inspects the disturbing nature of “Necroracism and Nazi Thought.” We review selected aspects of the Nazi Party’s racial ideology from 1933 through 1945 in order to construct a working definition of the term “necroracism.” Key Words: Racism, Anna Julia Cooper, Nationalism, Necroracism, Genocide, German Nazi State, Inhuman, Racia…
 
This episode presents notes on “Recognizing Racism: Naming, Misnaming and the Power of Identity.” Three points that are explored include: 1) the visibility of Black women in old London (1600-1860); 2) Kunta Kinte’s spirit of freedom; and 3) modern politics and the practices of misnaming. These three illustrations show how naming is the building blo…
 
In today's episode, Jen is joined by Kina Reed, creator of The AntiBlackness Reader and Hug Your White Friends to talk about the book, When They Call You A Terrorist, A Black Lives Memoir. Joquina M. Reed thrives as an educator, researcher, writer, public speaker, and community advocate. Within all her spheres of influence, she attempts to A.C.T. r…
 
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