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The Antiracism Book Club is a safe space to learn about what it means to be, to act, to think or to speak racist or antiracist, away from the controversies and conflicts of popular media outlets. Thus, we strive to make racism a thing of the past and antiracism the new normal. In each episode, Gyles and Vanetta Morrison, plus guests, cover chapters from popular and prolific antiracism books, exploring the key themes and messages, and how they relate to their own lives.
Antiracism is a transformative concept that reorients and reenergizes the conversation about racism—and, even more fundamentally, points us toward liberating new ways of thinking about ourselves and each other.
Dr. Jill Wener, a board-certified Internal Medicine specialist, meditation expert, tapping practitioner, and creator of the Conscious Anti-Racism curriculum, interviews experts in multiple fields relating to social justice.
Whether you are interested in becoming a more racially conscious educator, or you are simply an individual seeking to learn more about racial matters, we invite you to listen to our podcast and join us on a life-long journey of anti-racist education. The Anti-Racist Educator is run by a collective of educators of colour and based in Scotland. As an online learning platform, The Anti-Racist Educator aims to critically challenge racism by exploring teaching, discussing ideas and sharing learning resources for all to use. Find out more on theantiracisteducator.com
OurselvesBlack doesn’t stop here! Join us for our weekly podcast that delves into black mental health. Listen as Senior Editor Dr. Sarah Y. Vinson, interviews mental health experts on a variety of topics and also provides a glimpse into the mental health journeys of others. Be sure to check out brief profiles about each week’s guest and links to bonus content. Subscribe at ourselvesblack.com/obpodcast or check out the podcast section of OurselvesBlack.com.
Bringing you realness from a black girls perspective, Lily L and Dae Yunique host this hilarious, relatable, pro-black podcast. With topics such as natural hair, relationships, society, pop culture, and more, you'll love every episode. Listen to your new best friends every Thursday at noon pacific standard time. Available everywhere! Connect with us using #BlackMeUpPodcast Follow us @blackmeuppodcst everywhere
This podcast is to promote healing in the Black American community by exploring the sources of our unique trauma, identifying how we process our pain, providing tools for positive ways of coping, and celebrating our beautiful legacy of resilience.
The United States of Anxiety is a show about the unfinished business of our history and its grip on our future. Many of the political and social arguments we’re having now started in the aftermath of the Civil War, when Americans set out to do something no one had tried before: build the world’s first multiracial democracy. The podcast gives voters the context to understand what’s at stake in this election. WNYC Studios is a listener-supported producer of other great podcasts including Radiolab, Death, Sex & Money, and On the Media.
Having long been in this region, Black Appalachians have remained mostly invisible while dominant narratives of Appalachia depict whiteness. The Black in Appalachia Podcast challenges misconceptions by highlighting how Black people have shaped and have been shaped by Appalachia. Through historical and contemporary stories of Black people, places and experiences hosts Enkeshi El-Amin and Angela Dennis interrogate what it means to be Black in this regions. The podcast creates a space where untold stories can be heard but also where the Black Identity can be reclaimed.
Objects hold history. They're evocative of stories stamped in time. As part of The Washington Post's coverage of the Smithsonian's new National Museum of African American History and Culture, people submitted dozens of objects that make up their own lived experiences of black history, creating a "people's museum" of personal objects, family photos and more. The Historically Black podcast brings those objects and their stories to life through interviews, archival sound and music. The Washington Post and APM Reports are proud to collaborate in presenting these rich personal histories, along with hosts Keegan-Michael Key, Roxane Gay, Issa Rae and Another Round hosts Heben Nigatu and Tracy Clayton.
Produced at KUT, In Black America is a long-running, nationally syndicated program dedicated to all facets of the African American experience. John Hanson profiles a diverse selection of current and historically significant figures whose stories help illuminate life in Black America. Guests include civil rights leaders, educators, artists, athletes and writers describing their experiences, achievements and work in chronicling and advancing the quality of African American life.
Join bloggers Kid Fury and Crissle for their weekly podcast covering hip-hop and pop culture's most trying stars. Throwing shade and spilling tea with a flippant and humorous attitude, no star is safe from Fury and Crissle unless their name is Beyoncé. (Or Blue Ivy.) As transplants to New York City (Kid Fury from Miami and Crissle from Oklahoma City), The Read also serves as an on-air therapy session for two friends trying to adjust to life (and rats) in the big city. The Read is part of the LoudSpeakers Network and is published every week on iTunes, iHeart Radio Talk, Soundcloud & Stitcher.
transPARENTSy podcast was birthed because we experienced a gap in representation of queer black #motherhood and #parenting in the communities available to us. We needed an #inclusive space that allowed us to learn, unlearn, and vent about topics relevant to our intersectionality without experiencing racism, homophobia, and microagressions. As facilitators of the groups Black #LGBTQ Moms of Facebook and Instagram we saw a need for information, a need for resources, and a desire for healing and community. We hope to build and expand that here. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/transparentsy/support