A Brave Space with Dr. Meeks supports the work of the Absalom Jones Center for Racial Healing in its mission of creating brave space where the truth can be told. The episodes explore various topics that address the intersections between slavery, lynching, the prison industrial complex, the death penalty and 21st-century police killings and the ways in which these issues prohibit racial healing in America. A wide variety of guests assist the host and Absalom Jones Center Director in engaging the crucial topic of racial healing from their wide range of experiences as resistors to racism and as seekers of racial healing.
1619 is an audio series from The New York Times observing the 400th anniversary of the beginning of American slavery.
The View from Somwhere: A Podcast about Journalism with a Purpose features stories of marginalized and oppressed people who have shaped journalism in the U.S. It is created and hosted by Lewis Raven Wallace, and produced by Ramona Martinez, with editorial help from Carla Murphy, Phyllis Fletcher, and Hideo Higashibaba. The podcast is based on a book by the same title by Lewis Raven Wallace.
Created by The Center for Investigative Reporting and PRX, Reveal is public radio’s first one-hour radio show and podcast dedicated to investigative reporting. Credible, fact based and without a partisan agenda, Reveal combines the power and artistry of “driveway moment” storytelling with data-rich reporting on critically important issues. The result is stories that inform and inspire, arming our listeners with information to right injustices, hold the powerful accountable and improve lives.
We can't change our history, but we can let it guide us to understanding. Buried Truths investigates still-relevant stories of injustice, resilience and racism in the American South. Season 2: The story of A.C. Hall, a black teenager mistakenly identified as stealing a gun in Macon, Georgia in 1962, unfolds an exploration of police privilege, racial conditioning and community activism. Season 1 focused on Isaiah Nixon, voter suppression and new beginnings --- from WABE 90.1 (Atlanta’s local radion station affiliated with National Public Radio and Public Radio International) and Pulitzer Prize-winning author, journalist and professor, Hank Klibanoff, and the students in his civil rights cold cases class at Emory University.
Uncivil is a history podcast from Gimlet Media, where we go back to the time our divisions turned into a war, and bring you stories left out of the official history. Gimlet Media, a podcast division of Spotify, is the award-winning narrative podcasting company that aims to create a world more full of human connection and understanding.
A podcast from National Public Radio. Ever find yourself in a conversation about race and identity where you just get...stuck? Code Switch can help. We're all journalists of color, and this isn't just the work we do. It's the lives we lead. Sometimes, we'll make you laugh. Other times, you'll get uncomfortable. But we'll always be unflinchingly honest and empathetic. Come mix it up with us.
Events of the past few years have turned a challenging spotlight on White people, and Whiteness, in the United States. Seeing White takes a deep dive into the questions: Where did the notion of “whiteness” come from? What does it mean? What is whiteness for? This 14-part documentary series, hosted by John Biewen, includes regular guest Dr. Chenjerai Kimanyika and an array of leading scholars.
The Integrated Schools Podcast offers hard conversations about race, parenting, segregation, and inequities in our schools.
Therapy for Black Girls is an online space dedicated to encouraging the mental wellness of Black women and girls.
Intersectionality Matters! is a podcast hosted by Kimberlé Crenshaw, an American civil rights advocate and a leading scholar of critical race theory who developed the theory of intersectionality. Intersectionality Matters! hosted by Kimberlé Crenshaw
Momentum: A Race Forward Podcast features movement voices, stories, and strategies for racial justice. Co-hosts Chevon and Hiba give their unique takes on race and pop culture, and uplift narratives of hope, struggle, and joy, as we continue to build the momentum needed to advance racial justice in our policies, institutions, and culture. Build on your racial justice lens and get inspired to drive action by learning from organizational leaders and community activists.
Pod for the Cause expands the conversation on critical civil and human rights challenges of our day: census, justice reform, policing, education, fighting hate & bias, judicial nominations, fair courts, voting rights, media & tech, economic security, immigration, and human rights.The creators aim to spur activism that drives change in our communities and country. From the Leadership Conference on Civil & Human Rights.
On Pod Save the People, DeRay Mckesson explores news, culture, social justice, and politics with Sam Sinyangwe, Kaya Henderson and De’Ara Balenger. They offer a unique take on the news, with a special focus on overlooked stories and topics that often impact people of color. There’s also a weekly one-on-one interview with DeRay and special guests, from singer/songwriter John Legend to Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi. The experts, influencers, and diverse local and national leaders who come on the show go deep on social, political, and cultural issues.
Sounds Like Hate is an audio documentary series about the dangers and peril of everyday people who engage in extremism, and ways to disengage them from a life of hatred. This podcast from the Southern Poverty Law Center focuses on the stories of people and communities grappling with hate and searching for solutions. Each two-part chapter, divided into 40-minute parts, takes a deep dive into the realities of hate in modern America: how it functions, how it spreads, who is affected and what people are doing about it. These are human stories. You will meet people who have been personally touched by hate, hear their voices and be immersed in the sounds of their world. You will learn about the power of people to change – or to succumb to their worst instincts. And you will hear about ways that people across the country are becoming change agents in their own communities.
Nice White Parents Discussion Guide by Nicole Daniels and Michael Gonchar. Published Aug. 27, 2020, Updated Aug. 31, 2020. The five -part podcast series looked at the influence of white parents on one Brooklyn middle school that opened in 1968 - even though their children didn't attend it. Although this is a case study of a single school, the podcast raises issues on the realities of race, privilege, and power across all American schools. Links to the five-part podcast are included within the discussion guide, which is designed for educators and students (middle & high school) as well as community groups. From New York Times, Lesson Plans (limited to 5 per month), The Learning Network of the New York Times.
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