Best racialjustice podcasts we could find (Updated June 2018)
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The first half of 2018 has been quite active at the intersection of finance and social change. From a renewed attention to racial justice and capital, to major asset owners speaking a different language, to new policies initiatives that could cut either way, there hasn't been much of a dull moment. In this special midyear webinar conversation, ...…
 
Maria identifies as queer and pansexual, and has grown up Roman Catholic. She shares with us her experiences coming out within her campus ministry in undergraduate and seeking out a new community of worship with her husband. Maria now studies at Vanderbilt Divinity School, pursuing her Masters in Divinity. During our conversation a few terms ca ...…
 
Racial Justice as a Multiracial S1E5 by Both And
 
Gabriela Àlvarez is the chef and founder of Liberation Cuisine. Liberation Cuisine was founded in 2014 with the intention of nourishing movements for social change, using sustainable ingredients and practices. Gabriela began cooking after studying Community Health at Brown University. The kitchen became her way to tackle health disparities and ...…
 
Ciaran Freeman is a senior majoring in studio art and art history. His lengthy resume includes being a student fellow at Recology in San Francisco, a Jean Donovan Fellow working at the Commonweal Magazine, an immersion trip coordinator, the founder of the Santa Clara Student Art League and the Assistant Residence Director in the Casa Italiana r ...…
 
In this episode of Perspective, Shawnda Chapman Brown joins Ted for a conversation centered primarily around sexual abuse and it’s effects on women of color in particular. Shawnda is a researcher and social justice advocate who lives and works in New York City. With a particular focus on marginalized and vulnerable populations, Shawnda has gain ...…
 
On this episode: Hassler, Alfred, Benton Resnik, and Sy Barry. “Martin Luther King and the Montgomery Story.” The Fellowship of Reconciliation, Dec. 1957. http://www.crmvet.org/docs/ms_for_comic.pdf King, Martin Luther, Jr. “Letter From a Birmingham Jail.” 16 Apr. 1963. https://kinginstitute.stanford.edu/king-papers/documents/letter-birmingham- ...…
 
Evangelical Rev. Mark Schaefer Foundry United Methodist Church May 6, 2018 2 Samuel 4:5–12; Matthew 11:2–6 2 Samuel 4:5–12 NRSV • Now the sons of Rimmon the Beerothite, Rechab and Baanah, set out, and about the heat of the day they came to the house of Ishbaal, while he was taking his noonday rest. They came inside the house as though to take w ...…
 
7m – driverless car rolls away at transfer center 9m – I join Howard Moore, a walking school bus driver, and 75 other people walking to Bridge St School. 16m Diamond Rio sings “Meet in the Middle” 20m – Bill Morrow, a speaker at Church of the Savior (UCC) in Knoxville, TN (a mostly white church), references the parable of the Good Samaritan and ...…
 
In the novel Ghost Boys, a twelve-year-old unarmed black boy is shot by a white police officer. Jewell Parker Rhodes talks about why she wrote this story for middle schoolers, and why she's counting on them to advance racial justice. To win a signed copy of Jewell's book, visit LST's Instagram and look for the post with the Ghost Boys book cove ...…
 
Portland Mayor Ted Wheeler participated in a special two-part State of the City event. Join Todd Kimball and Dan Rivas as they unpack the two events and dig deeper into the issues, including the commission form of government and Mayor Wheeler's conflicted roles as both mayor and police commissioner. This episode is a response show to City Club' ...…
 
Host Bojidar Marinov Description “He took on Himself all the guilt of the world.” Assigned reading: John Murray, Redemption: Accomplished and Applied Listen Transcript Axe to the Root Podcast Episode #70 Measuring Our Guilt Down to the Ounce? Welcome to Episode 70of Axe to the Root Podcast, part of the War Room Productions, I am Bo Marinov, and ...…
 
Cat Goughnour is the Senior Program Manager at Prosperity Now. She runs the African American Financial Capability Initiative, working to build innovative pilots to increase financial stability and bridge racial wealth gaps in five states in the Northwest. In addition to being a certified Community Health Worker, racial justice facilitator, publ ...…
 
On The Same Page is a podcast from the Jefferson-Madison Regional Library to keep you in the loop and on the same page about what’s happening at your library. In this episode we talk about some poetry collections we are reading and hear a recording of a panel from March that took place at Northside Library to discuss leadership and nonviolent c ...…
 
The candidates for Multnomah County's District 2 seat argued about endorsements, government accountability, housing, guns in schools, and more. Join Justice Rajee and Dan Rivas as we sort out their talking points and fill you in on what you missed. This episode is a response show to "Up for Debate: Multnomah County District 2." You can listen t ...…
 
Ever had someone offend you or treat you like an outsider?Sometimes feeling like an outsider could be from an intentional action made by another. Other times we are made to feel this way unintentionally, but by virtue of the blind spots of another. As human beings, we literally can’t see ourselves fully and don’t always realize that our actions ...…
 
Note: to read entire articles from which the following quotes come, click on the names of the news outlets that are in bold. The Philadelphia Inquierer “When something happens in the black community, we don’t get a lot of support,” – Sullivan, age 17 “Politicians are going out of their way to help these kids. And there’s just a disconnect — whe ...…
 
Listen to this audiobook free with a 30-day trial. Go to http://audiobookspace.com/free Title: Hillary Clinton's Racial Justice Platform Is Finally Taking ShapeAuthor: Jamil SmithNarrator: Derek ShetterlyFormat: UnabridgedLength: 10 minsLanguage: EnglishRelease date: 10-30-15Publisher: New RepublicGenres: Newspapers & Magazines, News & CultureP ...…
 
This week we're joined by Neha Madhok, Digital Director at Democracy in Colour, Australia's first national racial justice organisation lead by people of colour. We talk about the organisation and why it's so very needed, as well diving into the inner workings of the Marriage Equality campaign.
 
Navigating the social aspects of the workplace can be tricky. This week, Keia and Jade talk through helpful points of consideration for setting boundaries with coworkers. https://www.liveabout.com/pros-and-cons-of-becoming-friends-with-coworkers-1385238Shoutout To My Sis: A Wrinkle in Time Challengehttps://www.gofundme.com/awitchallengeDandy of ...…
 
Jonathan Tran, associate professor of theology and ethics at Baylor University, and Daniel D. Lee, director of the Center for Asian American Theology and Ministry at Fuller Seminary, answer questions from the audience after a lecture on how harmful black-white binary views of race plague mission efforts within the Asian American experience. The ...…
 
Daniel D. Lee, director of the Center for Asian American Theology and Ministry at Fuller Seminary, responds to Jonathan Tran’s lecture and discusses how the diverse Asian American experience is often neglected and forgotten when viewing racism as a black-white binary. The Fuller Missiology Lectures is an annual conference held by the School of ...…
 
Jonathan Tran, associate professor of theology and ethics at Baylor University, discusses how harmful black-white binary views of race plague mission efforts within the Asian American experience. The Fuller Missiology Lectures is an annual conference held by the School of Intercultural Studies. Its 2017 theme, “Race, Theology, and Mission,” con ...…
 
We explored recently with Activest the intersection of racial justice and municipal bond finance, looking specifically at how to marshal progressive capital to incentivize and fund policy reforms at the municipal level. In this follow-on webinar, we will explore further how investors can engage with municipal bond finance from a social justice ...…
 
Municipal bonds are largely overlooked as a high impact investment strategy. Yet there can be no doubt of the interplay between the way US cities are financed and the social justice outcomes that get driven. As a $3.7 trillion market, it is hardly one that ought to be overlooked, in particular in light of the precarious state of municipal finan ...…
 
Civil Rights Attorney Pamela Price has spent her entire life advocating for women and racial justice. Herself a survivor of the juvenile justice and foster care systems and a gender-biased court system, her firm now represents discrimination victims in difficult cases. Pamela is one of a handful of African-American women to argue in front of th ...…
 
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Rev. Dr. Curtiss Paul DeYoung is the CEO of the Minnesota Council of Churches. Previously he was the Executive Director of the historic racial justice organization Community Renewal Society in Chicago and the inaugural Professor of Reconciliation Studies at Bethel University in St. Paul. This week he joins co-hosts, Rev. Tracy Howe Wispelwey an ...…
 
Today we’re talking with Kelly Germaine-Strickland & Jardana Peacock about white ancestral healing as anti-racist practice, faith and spirituality, white fragility, the complexity of ancestry and white supremacy, some Christian perspective, and why white people gotta love each other to fully be in the fight for racial justice. ---- NEW FEATURE ...…
 
Today we’re talking with Kelly Germaine-Strickland & Jardana Peacock about white ancestral healing as anti-racist practice, faith and spirituality, white fragility, the complexity of ancestry and white supremacy, some Christian perspective, and why white people gotta love each other to fully be in the fight for racial justice. ---- NEW FEATURE ...…
 
Rev. Rhonda Brown (from Florida) will also participate in this service. They are both facilitators for the Beloved Conversations retreat Friday and Saturday prior to the service. Rev. Homblette wrote, “When I have preached before on a Sunday following a BC retreat, I’ve talked generally about the work of racial justice and against white suprema ...…
 
In This Week’s Show, episode 166, we swallow FEMA’s raw survival beer in the Oregon post-apocalyptic wilderness.
 
Laine and Jessica speak to Jamika Scott, a YWCA Children’s Advocate and founding member of the Tacoma Action Collective (TAC). Jamika talks about the origin of TAC, police violence in Tacoma and ways to get involved and be an ally for racial justice. In this episode: Tacoma Action Collective - Jamika organized a vigil for Mike Brown and Tamir R ...…
 
America's Finest Funders is a podcast that provides expert insight inspiration and practical ways you can make a difference in your community through philanthropy. In the third episode of the San Diego Grantmakers podcast, SDG President & CEO Nancy Jamison is joined by staff members Megan Thomas and Annie VanDan to discuss the importance of inc ...…
 
In association with UC San Francisco’s Preterm Birth Initiative (PTBi) Racism affects all aspects of health. For women, mothers, children and babies, the devastating effects of racism can create vastly unequal starts to life. What can be done to create stronger systems for equity, beginning at birth? Join Lateefah Simon, president of the Akonad ...…
 
On this episode of the Voices of Reason podcast, Jasen Lee and Amy Donaldson are joined by noted writer and racial justice educator Debby Irving, author of Waking Up White: And Finding Myself in the Story of Race. They discuss various issues surrounding growing up and experiencing life through a 'colorblind' lens and then realizing the stark di ...…
 
VIDEO: Jasen Lee and Amy Donaldson are joined by noted writer and racial justice educator Debby Irving, author of Waking Up White: And Finding Myself in the Story of Race. They discuss various issues surrounding growing up and experiencing life through a 'colorblind' lens and then realizing the stark differences of living life in America as bla ...…
 
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