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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 podcast series begins September 30, 2020.
 
Racism has taken over our country we live in, it should be banned for life. I have recently a victim of racism and he gave me an idea to do this podcast because I want to expose his true colors and know that racism does exist.
 
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 ...
 
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.
 
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.
 
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
 
Everyday Racism is a podcast addressing racism in the music industry. It is a platform for people to voice their personal experiences and discuss how issues can be tackled in the future. Each episode will give the listener access to perspectives derived from the lived experiences of others in the music industry, addressing a particular facet of the Black, Asian or ethnic minority background experience in the music industry. We hope that this podcast will in turn contribute to/generate a wide ...
 
Conversations about race, racism, and racial justice are more important than ever. The Collectively Us - Unpacking Racism podcast series is designed to move audiences fromskepticism about the existence of discrimination or our ability to do anything about it into a frame of mind that is more solution-oriented. The podcast’s goal is to model how to have difficult conversations and encourage others to do the same. Collectively Us is an opportunity to have conversations that start with respect, ...
 
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This podcast episode, “A Primer on White Supremacy: It’s About the Blood,” recounts two events in 1944 Mississippi history: the lynching of the Reverend Isaac Simmons; and Senator Theodore Bilbo’s speech on White Supremacy found in the Congressional Record. Content warning: descriptions of lynching, racial epithets. Key Words: Racism, White Suprema…
 
This podcast episode, “Rumors of a Race War,” briefly examines the idea of a race war in the American mind. Two disparate yet related events highlighted in the long history of American race relations is the Helter Skelter race war motive used in the 1970 Charles Manson trial; and the government’s recent prosecution of three men—Cook, Frost, and Saw…
 
This episode will discuss the "Multiracial" category in the United States. Featured in this episode are details about Trevor B. Milton's biracial background; how multiracialism is measured in the Americas; the 2020 Census and how the multiracial Americans have tripled in size since the last Census in 2010; and the future of multiracialism in the Un…
 
Mental health is just as important as physical health, but Black and Brown Americans do not have the same kind of access to mental health services as white Americans. Systemic racism is a major reason for this, whereby racist policies of the past have led to a lack of Black and Brown doctors, taboos around discussing or seeking help for mental heal…
 
This podcast episode, “Black Women, SCOTUS, and the Politics of Post-Truth Racism,” looks at the preliminary racist reaction to a Black woman nominee for the United States Supreme Court—with brief notes on the SCOTUS nomination’s connection to historical events surrounding the cases of Lani Guinier (1993) and Anita Hill (1991). Key words: Racism, L…
 
This podcast episode considers the Far-Right racist philosophy known as the “Great Replacement Theory” with a note on the concept, Preemptive Retaliation. Key words: Racism, Great Replacement Theory (GRT), White Supremacy, Native Americans, African Americans, Dr. Frances Cress Welsing, Cress Theory of Color Confrontation, The Isis Papers: The Keys …
 
Episode Description—This podcast episode explores the immediate aftermath of the 2021 Rittenhouse Murder Trial. Key words: Racism, Rittenhouse Murder Trial, Jacob Blake Shooting, World To Come: The Baltimore Uprising, Militant Racism And History, White Militias, White Vigilantes, White Supremacy, George Floyd, Dual Standards of Justice, Black Lives…
 
The COVID-19 pandemic has had a devastating impact on Americans. Currently, 19 months into the pandemic, one out of every 500 Americans has passed away from COVID. And when you look at the statistics for marginalized communities these numbers become even more devastating. In today’s episode, we unpack the outsized impact that COVID-19 has had on Am…
 
This podcast episode briefly covers the Paradigm of Racist Predation. Key words: Racism, Racist Predation, Human Predatory Behavior, Leslie’s Weekly, Lynching, NAACP, The Crisis, Animal Biology, World to Come: The Baltimore Uprising, Militant Racism and History, Work-In-Progress, James Byrd, Phillip Mbuji Johansen, “Solitary, Institutional, and Soc…
 
Featuring DJ RebelClash, Grove (Vocalist, DJ, Producer) & Love Music Hate Racism (Alex LoSardo), hosted by Chris Ogori. Episode Topic: Influence of Music - the role of music in highlighting and bringing around social change. Do some stigmas around the music harm the progression of social change (i.e. violence stigma in hip-hop/drill etc). RebelClas…
 
Featuring Joel Culpepper (singer/songwriter), Charisse Beaumont (CEO of Black Lives in Music), hosted by Chris Ogori. Episode topic: Institutional vs Individual Racism. Discussion about how racist assumptions in the system impact people, even when the individuals around them are neither racist nor prejudiced. Joel Culpepper is a singer/songwriter f…
 
Episode Description—This bonus podcast episode (live) is for those who follow Dr. Bankole-Medina’s scholarly endeavors! Key words: Dr. Jennifer Williams, Racial Violence (Lynching), Ida B. Wells-Barnett, Kawaida Philosophy, Kawaida Womanism, The Dogon Model of Knowledge Acquisition (DMKA), Maulana Karenga, Tiamoyo Karenga, Chimbuko Tembo, Africana …
 
Featuring TAAHLIAH and Black Minds Matter (Karen Carberry), hosted by Chris Ogori. Class Barriers - To entering and advancing in the music industry and how they intersect with Black, Asian, ethnic minority experiences, and how these impact upon mental health. TAAHLIAH is a performance artist, producer, and DJ from Glasgow. A powerhouse performer wh…
 
Featuring Poppy Ajudha (Singer-songwriter), hosted by Chris Ogori. Covering topics such as: How has the music industry’s relationship with issues of race changed over time? What new or continued obstacles are being faced? How can they be overcome? What needs to change? Poppy Ajudha epitomises the uniquely diverse musical culture that exists in Lond…
 
Episode Description—In this episode we consider The Authoritarian Racist Personality. Key words: Racism, Rhineland Germany, J.A. Rogers, Edward Scobie, Ivan Van Sertima, World War I, Afro-German, Nazi Third Reich, Rhineland Bastards, Theodor W. Adorno, The Authoritarian Personality, Else Frenkel-Brunswik, Daniel Levinson, Nevitt Sanford, The Author…
 
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 …
 
Karyn Martin is joined by Harrison L. Blair, Jade Tinner and Sade Whitmore from the Dallas Black Chamber of Commerce to close out their four-part conversation. They discuss the impact of something as simple as wifi, and their plans on protecting black neighborhoods. Listen to part one, two and three. ununitedpodcast.com Contact the Dallas Black Cha…
 
Karyn Martin is joined again by Harrison L. Blair, Jade Tinner and Sade Whitmore from the Dallas Black Chamber of Commerce for part three of their conversation to talk about the impact made during the pandemic. Plus, the group discusses some of the simple but impactful initiatives that the chamber is undergoing. Make sure to join us for part four n…
 
Karyn Martin continues her conversation with Harrison L. Blair, Jade Tinner and Sade Whitmore for part two of her four-part conversation with the Dallas Black Chamber of Commerce. What systems have done to black fathers, how the chamber impacted businesses during the COVID pandemic, and more are all part of this episode's discussion. Listen to part…
 
This episode explores Racist Game Theory. Key words: Racism, White Supremacy, White Privilege, Game Theory, Racist Game Theory, Black Men, Voter Suppression, Brennen Center for Justice, Attempted Murder, Critical Race Theory, Racism In Mortgage Lending, Emmanuel Martinez, Lauren Kirchner, Phillip Mbuji Johansen, Cautionary Tale, Ralph Ellison, Invi…
 
Karyn Martin is joined by Harrison L. Blair, Jade Tinner and Sade Whitmore from the Dallas Black Chamber of Commerce for a conversation on the lost history of the chamber, and why Karyn was drawn to the organization. This kicks off a four-part series with the chamber. Listen to part two and three. ununitedpodcast.com Contact the Dallas Black Chambe…
 
Episode Description—This podcast episode, “Narcissistic Racism—The Trials and Triumphs of Cori Bush,” explores what constitutes the idea of Narcissistic Racism, and how this concept highlights the recent death threats levied against U.S. Congresswoman Cori Bush. Trigger Warning: This podcast discusses violent White supremacist messaging, racist and…
 
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…
 
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