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The term “Queer” is often used as a broad umbrella term for the LGBTQIA+ community. But the term not only describes sexual and gender identities, it is also a politic, a way of being and operating in the world. In this episode we continue our discussion about queerness as both a form of identity and a particular politic that aims to defy the limits…
 
The term “Queer” is often used as a broad umbrella term for the LGBTQIA+ community. But the term not only describes sexual and gender identities, it is also a politic, a way of being and operating in the world. In this episode we’ll discuss queerness as both a form of identity and a particular politic that aims to defy the limits of prescribed norm…
 
“Whiteness” is a term often used in discussions about race. And yet it is not so much a reference to white people, but rather to a set of behaviors, privileges and ways of being that are common to--yet often take for granted by--white people. In this episode, Secunda and Luke are joined once again by Dr. Rachel Schneider and the Rev. Dr. Matt Russe…
 
“Whiteness” is a term often used in discussions about race. And yet it is not so much a reference to white people, but rather to a set of behaviors, privileges and ways of being that are common to--yet often take for granted by--white people. In this episode, Secunda and Luke are joined by Dr. Rachel Schneider and the Rev. Dr. Matt Russell to discu…
 
In 2018, Pittsburgh artist Alisha Wormsley created and posted what many considered to be a “controversial” billboard in the East Liberty neighborhood of the city. The billboard contained a single sentence that read: “There are black people in the future.” The simple statement was a profound one; in the context of a gentrifying neighborhood where bl…
 
In 2018, Pittsburgh artist Alisha Wormsley created and posted what many considered to be a “controversial” billboard in the East Liberty neighborhood of the city. The billboard contained a single sentence that read: “There are black people in the future.” The simple statement was a profound one; in the context of a gentrifying neighborhood where bl…
 
The Asian American Pacific Islanders (AAPI) label is often used to describe those who descend from an incredibly large and diverse expanse of geographies, languages, histories, and cultures. This week Jude Feng is joined once again by Asian American advocates and activists Thu Nguyen, Muizz Akhtar, and Steven Wu to discuss some of the central issue…
 
The Asian American Pacific Islanders (AAPI) label is often used to describe those who descend from an incredibly large and diverse expanse of geographies, languages, histories, and cultures. This week Asian American advocates and activists dig into both the significance and the drawbacks of using "AAPI" as a catchall term for the richness and compl…
 
Adrienne Maree Brown’s book entitled, Emergent Strategy: Shaping Change, Changing Worlds has become a staple among folks in our collective as well as among wider social movement circles. In this episode we continue our discussion of the book, specifically the ideas of “fractals” and “interdependence” and the implications for movement-building and t…
 
Adrienne Maree Brown’s book entitled, Emergent Strategy: Shaping Change, Changing Worlds has become a staple among folks in our collective as well as among wider social movement circles. In this episode we discuss the book, specifically the ideas of “fractals” and “interdependence” and the implications for movement-building and the types of change …
 
“People of color” has become a term used to collectively refer to non-whites in the context of the United States. On the show, we continue our conversation considering both the advantages and the pitfalls of this term in the context of community-building and social movements. What does such a term accomplish? What are its limits? Roundtable guests …
 
“People of color” has become a term used to collectively refer to non-whites in the context of the United States. On the show, we’ll consider both the advantages and the pitfalls of this term in the context of community-building and social movements. What does such a term accomplish? What are its limits? Roundtable guests include Dr. Jessica Davenp…
 
Among the many threads that bond our podcast collective is a common interest in questions of religion and spirituality. During this episode, we’ll continue our examination of the relationship between religion, spirituality and justice-seeking. Guest voices include Brandi E. Holmes, Jude Feng, and Dr. Biko Mandela Gray. This show is made possible by…
 
Among the many threads that bond our podcast collective is a common interest in questions of religion and spirituality. During this episode, we’ll consider the extent to which there is a relationship between religion, spirituality and justice-seeking. In particular, we’ll talk about how some of the concepts and commitments at work in 21st century j…
 
In this episode, hosts Secunda & Luke discuss the relationship between art and justice work, and then Secunda is joined by guests Lanecia Rouse Tinsley and Dr. Biko Mandela Gray to examine more specifically the work of Toni Morrison and celebrate her influence. This show is made possible by patrons like Robyn Morton, Jim & Becky Brawner, Candice & …
 
In this episode, hosts Secunda & Luke discuss the difference between diversity and inclusion, as well as appreciation and appropriation. Guests Dr. Jessica Davenport, Dr. Cleve Tinsley, and Dr. Rachel Schneider sit down with Secunda to finish their discussion about what substantive, intentional relationships across social difference look like pract…
 
During this episode, hosts Secunda Joseph & Luke Brawner discuss both the difficulty and necessity of some of the language used around racism, privilege white supremacy. Guests Dr. Jessica Davenport, Dr. Cleve Tinsley, and Dr. Rachel Schneider sit down with Secunda to continue discussing what substantive, intentional relationships across social dif…
 
During this episode, hosts Secunda Joseph & Luke Brawner discuss the origins of both The Relay and its partnership with Project Curate and introduce the show's reimagined roundtable format. Guests Jessica Davenport, Cleve Tinsley and Rachel Schneider sit down with Secunda to interrogate the common idea that if we all “just get along,” the issues of…
 
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