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If you've ever wanted to have a conversation about race but were afraid of saying the wrong thing, or not being heard or trivialized, this podcast is for you. Everyday Conversations on Race is a cross-race conversation on race. It brings people together across differences for open comfortable conversations about race in a casual setting. This is crucial for organizations and businesses that want to build cultures of inclusion that support diversity, equity and innovation. It's essential in o ...
 
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Status quo bias and what to do about it. The need to go outside Ivy League/Stanford/ chain network. If companies are serious about diversity and bringing in people from different backgrounds, they need to look at other schools where there are more Black and people of color. Recruit from HBCUs where there is a high amount of African Americans gr ...…
 
Vincent Garrett joins Simma on Everyday Conversations on Race to talk about race, mass incarceration and creating a “prison to school pipeline.” A former addict and incarcerated felon, Vince has been clean from drugs for over twenty years. He shares his experience of being released from prison, finding a mentor, getting his BA from UC Berkeley ...…
 
Zachariah Moreno Co-Founder & CEO of SquadCast Zachariah Moreno is a technologist, author, and co-founder of SquadCast. He and his team are on a mission to amplify collaboration, seeking to empower creatives to engage in meaningful conversations without barriers. Website Facebook Twitter Instagram LinkedIn…
 
All privilege is not the same, nor does all privilege provide equitable access to luxury. There is the economic privilege that comes from having financial resources, wealth and position, and then there is the privilege that comes from being white in America. Racism can negate every other privilege when you’re a person of color in the US. It doe ...…
 
Laura Cathcart Robbins is a freelance writer, podcast host, and storyteller, living in Studio City, California with her son, Justin and her boyfriend, Scott Slaughter. She has been active for many years as a speaker and school trustee and is credited for creating The Buckley School’s nationally recognized committee on Diversity, Equity and Incl ...…
 
Are Millennials less racist than other generations? What do people from Africa have in common with African-Americans? What generation is most in denial about racism? What’s it like to be the only Black person in your class? These questions and more are answered on Every Day Conversations on Race. My guests are Mary-Lou Milabu, a millennial blac ...…
 
Phyliss Williams co-host of Living the Principles podcast joins Simma to talk about the importance of the principles of Kwanzaa, and how her time in the Marines impacts the good work she does today. Phyliss shares stories and experiences as an African American woman growing up in the south dealing with racism, and what it’s like to see the raci ...…
 
In this conversation on race, LeRon talks to Simma about why it’s often draining for him to talk to a lot of white people about race. Simma and LeRon agree that allies are important and that it’s more effective for a white person to talk to another white person about race and racism in order to educate them, and raise their level of understandi ...…
 
Joel Brown talks about the need to allow people to grow, and the problems that arise when they are not given a chance to change. Racism doesn’t get eliminated by attacking people who want to stop racism but may say the wrong thing. That’s different than someone who is a racist, supports racism and takes actions to perpetuate racism. Everyone is ...…
 
Elmer Dixon was born in Chicago and moved to Seattle at age 7 when his father took a job at Boeing. Dixon grew up in Seattle’s Central District, attending Garfield High School. While at Garfield High, Dixon helped organize the school’s Black Student Union in 1968. That same year, with his older brother Aaron Dixon, he co-founded the Seattle Cha ...…
 
Originally from Washington, DC, humanitarian, healer, artist and author/illustrator, Wanda K. Whitaker, believes that “the best relationship of all is the one you have with yourself.” A certified hypnotherapist, visionary artist and Spiritual Life Coach, she currently spends her time working with individuals and groups on changing beliefs and b ...…
 
Karen Nelson shares journey as a young Black girl growing up in the segregated south to become the Chief Diversity Officer of Appleton, Wisconsin. She had to overcome the sabotage of her career success early on by a white boss who refused to listen to her ideas because she was a Black woman. Karen went on to become an activist for civil rights ...…
 
David Campt, dialogue thought leader has created the White Ally Toolkit, for white people who want to end racism. His family was one of three Black families in his neighborhood in Detroit. He talks about class differences amongst Black people and how it impacted him. He says "instead of being shocked about racial divisions, we need to start cha ...…
 
Will owning a passport make you less racist? Lisa Francesca Nand, journalist and travel podcaster shares her experiences traveling the world as a bi-racial women, and how that impacts her worldview, and her career. Lisa is one of the top sports reporters and travel podcasters in the UK, and in this conversation on race, talks about the impact h ...…
 
Download Episode In this fascinating conversation on race, John Blake, the CNN reporter who covers race, religion and politics shares his experiences and thoughts on race. You definitely want to hear this episode of ”Every Day Conversations on Race.” Race has always been an important issue to John Blake. He shares his experience as a biracial y ...…
 
Download Episode April Baskin, a Jewish woman of color joined me for an Every Day Conversation on Race to share her perspectives on Judaism, race, the women’s march and social justice. Her African-American, Native-American and White Ashkenazie Jewish background made her the person she is today, a social activist who has been instrumental in bri ...…
 
Download Episode Simma Lieberman and LeRon Barton in this episode made a summary of what has been said through 2018 about race and other topics.By Simma Lieberman.
 
Download Episode Conversations on Race and LatinX with Bernardo Ferdman and Placida Gallegos What is LatinX? Bernardo Ferdman, a Jewish Latino, born in Argentina and raised in Puerto Rico, and Placida Gallegos, a Chicana woman define LatinX, and talk about issues of race, skin color, and ethnicity in the Latin culture. They share issues of skin ...…
 
Download Episode Key topics: Block Chain for Social Justice Resilient Wellness Black female entrepreneurship Racial and economic trauma Diversity, Equity and Inclusion in the Block Chain world Daisy Ozim who grew up in the San Francisco Bay Area and in Lagos, Nigeria, is the founder Resilient Wellness, a co operatively owned healthcare system t ...…
 
Download Episode Dr. Nika White Dr.Nika White a thought leader in Diversity, Equity and Inclusion talks with me about race in South Carolina and her earliest memories of racism as an African-American woman. This is a very powerful discussion with real solutions. Keypoints: In order to have a meaningful conversation on race, across race, we need ...…
 
Download Episode My guests were in this episode are Paoi Eulalia and Alessandra Stevens from MXD Magazine. MXD Magazine is a publication that celebrates LGBTQ People of Color (POCs), non-conformists, and allies. Both Paoi and Alessandra are Filipino-American but represent different genders and generations. One of their objectives is to fight ra ...…
 
LeRon Barton is a widely published author on race, mass incarceration and dating. He is 40 years old and African-American. Key topics on the show are: The importance of white people having conversations on race with each other. What white people and other people can do to be allies When people not in the target group need to speak out against r ...…
 
Download Episode Precious Stroud- founder or the Black Female Project.org Precious Stroud- Gen X Black Woman from Berkeley Importance of story telling in communications Important to talk about race because everything is racialized. She says race impacts everything in her life. Impacts how society was set up. If someone believes another person i ...…
 
Jada Imani, an Oakland, CA-based MC, hip-hop artist, workshop facilitator, and founder of the Tatu Vision movement, is dedicated to helping co-create regenerative communities through her performing event production and hosting, healing practice, and coalition-building with communities of poets, Hip-Hop aficionados, entrepreneurs and Permacultur ...…
 
Download Episode Howard Ross and Tracy Brown- Experts on race, belonging, and all aspects of diversity and inclusion for over 25 years. Howard is a white Jewish man and a baby boomer and Tracy is an African-American woman and a baby boomer. Most people want to feel like they belong to something greater than themselves and being part of an envir ...…
 
Download Episode Patrick Tindana nd Simma, “The Inclusionist,” Patrick Tindana and Simma, “The Inclusionist” in an everyday conversation on race. Key topics: Hear the history and motivation behind Everyday Conversations on Race. What it was like to be the only white student at a Hispanic college, and why it’s not the same as being the only pers ...…
 
Everyday Conversations on Race with Charmaine McClarie and David Casey African-Americans in the Executive Suite Guests: Charmaine McClarie, senior executive coach and David Casey, Chief Diversity Officer of Fortune 30 pharmaceutical innovation company Charmaine McClarie and David Casey share their experience in meeting the challenge of racism a ...…
 
Download Episode Conversations on Race- Perspectives from a black Ghanaian and a white Hungarian Patrick Tindana and Peter Kovacs: a Ghanaian and a Hungarian share stories and perspectives on race as immigrants to the US A cross-race conversation about race with Patrick Tindana a black African from Ghana and Peter Kovacs, a white Hungarian Key ...…
 
Guest is Hassan Zee and he talks about life and difficulties he felt in Pakistan and moving in another country. Main topics are Race and Equity. • How Hassan Zee handled racism when he came to the US • The need to stop generalizing all Asians. There is no one culture throughout Asia • How one person can make a difference in the race conversatio ...…
 
Jewish, Orthodox Rabbi and African-American, MaNishtana enters the race convo as a voice of young Jewish leaders who speak out on issues of race, racial justice and religion in the Jewish community and beyond. He shares his experiences, perspective and Jewish philosophy with us in all of these areas. MaNishtana is a speaker, blogger, screenwrit ...…
 
Everyday Conversations on Race for Everyday People Episode 7- Race, Racism and 3 Emmys Producing Oprah Race, racism and racial bias are still challenges that people of color have to contend with in the pursuit of success. Engaging in everyday conversations on race, with people different than you is one way to reduce racism and racial bias. It’s ...…
 
Race plays in important role in issues of mental health, domestic violence and treatment. Race and whether someone is a pearson of color or white, impacts who goes to jail, who gets help and who is ignored. Gerald Chambers, MFT at www.GeraldChambers.com shares his experience and insight about these issues and more on Everyday Conversations Abou ...…
 
You'll hear Priya Klocek, an Indian-American woman and Dante King, an African-American man, both diversity, equity and inclusion evangelists talk about when holding people accountable for past behaviors helps or hinders the race conversation. Can we allow for change, new perspectives and education? Can we correct people with love and help them ...…
 
Guests - Juan Lopez and Sidalia Reel Juan Lopez and Sidalia Reel members of the DiCE Group (Diversity Community Exchange) share what it was like to build a multicultural community and write a book about it with nine people from very different backgrounds. Hear them discuss challenges and solutions and learn how to share your stories and build r ...…
 
Guests: Kevin Hawkins and Ali Marrero Calderon [caption id="attachment_441" align="alignleft" width="150"] Kevin Hawkins[/caption] [caption id="attachment_548" align="alignleft" width="150"] Ali Marrero-Calderon[/caption] Ali Marrero a Puerto Rican lesbian activist and member of the baby boomer generation and one of the original “Dykes on Bikes ...…
 
Guests: Greg Jenkins and Stephon Williams [caption id="attachment_423" align="alignleft" width="150"] Greg Jenkins[/caption] [caption id="attachment_424" align="alignleft" width="150"] Stephon Williams[/caption] Two veterans, Greg Jenkins a White former officer in the US Army and Stephon Williams, a Black former officer in the US Marines share ...…
 
Guest: Bret Sweet [caption id="attachment_446" align="alignleft" width="150"] Bret Sweet[/caption] Ali Marrero a Puerto Rican lesbian activist and member of the baby boomer generation and one of the original “Dykes on Bikes,” at SF Gay Pride, shares the mic with Kevin Hawkins a millennial Black man with roots in African-American and Liberian cu ...…
 
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