Reparations with Kina Reed and Caroline Kauffman

https://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-a5tpr-13417e6

On this episode of Speaking of Racism, Kina Reed of J. Reed Consulting LLC and Caroline Kauffman talk about reparations.

 

 

Joquina M. Reed is a lifelong learner published researcher and a JEDI (Justice, Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion) practitioner who sits as the stewarding founder of J. Reed Consulting LLC. She affirms the words of her great ancestor, Anna Julia Cooper, “The cause of freedom is not the cause of a race or a sect, a party or a class – it is the cause of humankind, the very birthright of humanity.” Joquina is deeply shaped by her lived experience, ancestral wisdom, and formal undergraduate and graduate education in Communications. She is also the curator behind the Please Say Black and Divesting from Whiteness podcasts. Connect with her across social media via Facebook, Instagram, and Linkedin! 

 

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American Detox and Finding Refuge with Kerri Kelly and Michelle Cassandra Johnson

https://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-z9wme-132b33e

On this episode of Speaking of Racism, Tina and Jen are joined by Kerri Kelly and Michelle Cassandra Johnson.

 

 

 

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Pre-order Tina’s book, Are We Free Yet? The Black Queer Guide to Divorcing America here: 
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White Women with Regina Jackson and Saira Rao

https://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-2j7r6-1321c82

Regina Jackson and Saira Rao are co-founders of Race2Dinner, co-authors of White Women: Everything You Already Know About Your Own Racism and How To Do Better, and the subjects and Executive Producers of the film Deconstructing Karen.
 
Regina Jackson was born in Chicago in 1950 and remembers an America where everything was in Black and white. Burned into her memory are; the beatings and horrific treatment of civil rights workers throughout the south, the Goodman, Chaney & Schwerner murders, the murder of Viola Liuzzo, the murder of Martin Luther King, Jr. and the murders of President John Kennedy and his brother Robert. The violence perpetrated on innocent people going about their lives, by white people. It is these memories that drive Regina to push for real change in America. Which is why she co-founded Race 2 Dinner.
 
Saira Rao grew up in Richmond, Virginia, the daughter of Indian immigrants. For forty years, she wasted her precious time aspiring to be white and accepted by dominant white society, a futile task for anyone not born with white skin. Several years ago, Saira began the painful process of dismantling her own internalized oppression. Saira is a lawyer-by-training, a former congressional candidate, a published novelist and an entrepreneur.
 
Follow @race2dinner, read this book, watch this film – all links are in their bio.
 
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Walking Toward Healing with Patty Taylor

https://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-45kut-12e818c

On this special episode of Speaking of Racism, guest host Patty Taylor sat down with Marla Taviano, Pleasance Silicki, and Nicki Pappas to talk about the power of pilgrimage, healing in community, and how they experienced these things on a Legacy Trip to Montgomery Alabama.

You can find and follow our guests on IG:

Paty Taylor @patricia_a_taylor

Marla Taviano @whitegirllearning

Nicki Pappas @broadeningthenarrative

Pleasance Silicki @pleasanceshamirah

 

For more info and to book a trip with Legacy Trips, go to: https://www.wetravel.com/users/legacy-trips

 

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Pre-order Tina’s book, Are We Free Yet? The Black Queer Guide to Divorcing America here: 
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Blaxit with Tina Strawn

https://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-dedw8-12ddb3d

On this episode of Speaking of Racism, Tina and Jen sit down to talk about Blaxit- what it is, how Tina started her Blaxit journey, and why she’s made it a mission to help other Black people on their journey.

 

Follow Tina on IG @speakingofracism, @tina_strawn_life, @are_we_free_yet

 

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Pre-order Tina’s book, Are We Free Yet? The Black Queer Guide to Divorcing America here: 
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Speaking of Racism is Back!

https://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-wrqqh-12d4b49

Speaking of Racism is back with a new season! Join Tina and Jen as they share what they’ve been up to and what’s in store for the new season.

 

Join our Patreon community at Speaking of Racism for bonus content, unedited episodes, and more!

 

Pre-order Tina’s book, Are We Free Yet? The Black Queer Guide to Divorcing America here: 
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Healing Racial Trauma with Dr. Candice Nicole Hargons (Repost)

https://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-ic8xw-10e7c43

Dr. Candice Nicole Hargons directs the Center for Healing Racial Trauma, where they provide therapy services to the global majority and consulting services to organizations on anti-racism.

 

“Dr. Hargons (formerly Crowell) earned her PhD from the University of Georgia in 2015. She directs the RISE^2 Research Team (Relationships, Intimacy, and Sexual Enrichment | Race, Intersectionality, and Social justice Engagement), where they study sex, social justice, and leadership – all with a love ethic. Recent projects have included the Healing Racial Trauma project and studying the sexual narrative of Black students. Her work has been featured in various media, including the New York Times, Huffington Post, and Therapy for Black Girls.”