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With racial tensions boiling over in every corner of America. Two friends who bounded over their love of Cincinnati Bengals Football decided to bring their daily, weekly and monthly lunch discussions into podcast form. Andy Villanueva and James Moore discuss every barrier on a weekly basis. They want you to have a frank and honest conversation about what it's like to be black in America. Both were inspired by Emmanuel Acho's book "Uncomfortable Conversations with A Black Man," as its brought ...
 
Each week, colleagues and friends April Baskin and Tracie Guy-Decker, discuss and unpack race and racism from our Jewish perspectives. You'll find April and Tracie have a lot in common and some important differences: April is a multiracial, Askenazi Jewish woman of color and Tracie is a white, Ashkenazi Jewish woman. Join us on this journey as we move together toward racial justice.
 
Welcome to Racialized 506 “ an Anti-Racism Conversations” podcast, a series of online conversations brought to you by The Saint John Newcomers Centre. The podcast is intended to underline the challenges of anti-racism and amplify the voices of underrepresented people who experience and confront racism in their daily lives, at school and work, and in our community. By doing this, we hope to encourage positive actions and changes in Greater Saint John area. The hosts for this podcast are Bob W ...
 
Multi-Racial established itself in 1999 with uniquely uniting event , at the time focused at providing events mainly without the prejudice segregation brought on by South Africa's the past. Out of its ethos (Unitin Thru The Rhythm) a record label was eventually established in 2003 with a multitude of releases by giving platforms up n coming various and now influential producers in the South African House music scene, in keeping with its ethos and principles of building platforms for up n com ...
 
This interview series is a component of The Richmond Racial Equity Essays, a multimedia project comprising a collection of essays, video interviews and a virtual discussion series focused on racial equity in Richmond, Virginia. In this series, urban planner and diversity, equity and inclusion consultant Ebony Walden talks with Richmonders from all walks of life and sectors to explore their visions for an equitable Richmond, especially as it relates to racial equity, and the strategies that w ...
 
Right now: Covering the trial of Kim Potter accused of killing Daunte Wright, the community’s reaction, and exploring the changes needed to create a more just society. Racial Reckoning: The Arc of Justice is a journalism initiative from Ampers, Diverse Radio for Minnesota’s Communities, KMOJ Radio, and the Minnesota Humanities Center covering the trials of the officers accused of killing George Floyd, the community’s reaction, and exploring the changes needed to create a more just society.
 
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In a continuation of the conversation started in the last episode, April and Tracie talk about the rupture Tish B’Av marks and the meaning we can glean from the proximity of Tish B’Av and Tu B’Av, the Jewish holiday of love. In an extended conversation about love and healing, we use the Japanese art of kintsugi as a metaphor, resonate (again) with …
 
Guys are back to discuss Deshaun Watson's suspension and whether Godell has been harsher with black players then white players. We discuss the Sesame Street character that ignored a black child during a parade and Disney World's character making a big effort to change perception. Andy brings up the fact he was told he was "white washed" because he …
 
This episode discusses political leadership viewpoints in anti-racism practices. Racism is not a file on the leaders' desks, it is something that racialized people experience every day. Diversity and inclusion are cornerstones of Canadian identity and a source of social and economic strength. How much has been done by political and community leader…
 
In our 100th episode, we dig into the holiday of Tish B’Av, the ninth of Av, and its commemoration of the Jewish people’s collective trauma and grief. April and Tracie interrogate the intellectual and embodied grief processing inherited in Tish B’Av, and talk about what resonates and what just doesn’t. Plus, we’re taking this opportunity to celebra…
 
The guys are back after a couple of weeks off. We have another mass shooting in the US and discuss Peck Park situation. Andy and James discuss Gavin Newsom's new gun legislation that mimics the Texas Abortion law which Governor Abbot put into effect. They then move over to discuss Kenly, NC where the entire police force resigned after the appointme…
 
In today’s conversation, Tracie recounts how the meditation practice that is part of her karate class–and the transcendence that has eventually come with it–is a growing edge for her. It validated something April has known and been teaching for a while – that spiritual work is not divorced from justice work. In fact, spirituality, healing, and well…
 
In a return to the studio, April and Tracie use a TikTok video as a jumping off point for a conversation about Jewishness and whiteness, solidarity, the effects of trauma, and the ways that all of these change and shift over time. We’ve extended the registration deadline (and the listener discount!) for BOTH of our summer offerings (Grounded & Grow…
 
This week’s episode is an excerpt of our recent Taste of Grounded & Growing, in advance of the kick-off of the program later this month. This group-coaching, cohort experience is designed to help you develop or deepen your trauma-informed, Jewish social justice practice. You’ll do so through our S.H.E.M.A. Process, a series of practices integrating…
 
Andy and James are joined by Aviary Podcast Network's XFactor Racing ladies, Ancora and Nancy to discuss the Supreme Court decision on Roe v Wade. What the next steps are to make changes to allow abortion in different States. The ladies helped by showing their side of how the ruling changed their lives and thought processes. Because Andy and James …
 
Today, we’re giving you a preview of our program, Shift Your Life in 60 Days and sharing our “Taste of” event from this past Sunday. In this call, April gets into some juicy lessons about the importance of micro-movements and the magic that can happen when we clarify what matters most, support our well-being, and create an energetic pathway towards…
 
This week, take a sneak peek of a recent session of our program “Grounded & Growing.” After a lesson about accountability, April and Tracie field a participant's question. Navigating accountable relationships in the context of social justice work, especially when we’re in an oppressor group, can be complicated. How can we avoid burdening our under-…
 
Andy and James are back to discuss Juneteenth. Before they discuss what was once called Jubilee Day in Texas, its current events. Chicago PD shoot an unarmed teen after a pursuit where he was the passenger. DA recalls in Los Angeles and San Francisco. Juneteenth. What it means now, for the future and past. How can it change the wrongs that were don…
 
In a recent session of our program Grounded & Growing, April and Tracie realized they have different practices in response to injustices. Though their actual behaviors diverge, what they have in common is that they are using intentional and strategic attention as a form of a social and racial justice practice. Because of our many different identiti…
 
As we celebrate Juneteenth, enter the summer and welcome the concluding months of the Shmita year, we think about all the lessons we can learn from this season. There are internal and external insights to be gained from the confluence of these holidays and this season. We can work to balance the desire to control different aspects of our lives with…
 
This week, we’re bringing you Tracie and Joyous Justice’s wisdom from a recent presentation at a colloquium entitled “Jewish Responses to the Loneliness Epidemic.” These past few years have seen a layering of multiple pandemics: Covid exacerbated and made plain so many injustices. Grappling with the weight of the world’s sickness, grief, and trauma…
 
Andy and James begin the episode discussing the 2014 HBO Sports with Bryant Gumbel episode where a 14-year-old is shown being able to buy not one, but two guns at a Gun Show. They switch the subject to the difference between Civil unrest, Riot, or Unlawful Assembly. The guys discuss three major Riots that occurred in the last 30 years. James breaks…
 
In this week’s episode, April and Tracie talk about what it looks like when organizations and communities take on the difficult work of facing the honest truth about racism and oppression within their walls. There is so much shame and fear about problematic dynamics in our communities, it can prevent us from making real progress. Community or organ…
 
It was time to discuss one of the most divisive words in the world. But before Andy and James begin to discuss that, they spend sometime trying to find a common ground on gun control. Why does it happen? How it isn't a constitutional to take away assault rifles as that wasn't exactly what our forefathers had in mind when coming up with 2nd Amendmen…
 
We're rounding off this month's MVPs (most valuable podcasts) with a conversation about the Shmita year (if you haven't been commemorating it, don't worry! There's still time!). As we’re In our current pandemic-, racism-, and climate-change-ravaged times, April and Tracie talk about the Shmita Year, or Sabbatical Year, which we just began at Rosh H…
 
Co-hosted by Andy Villanueva and James Moore, the first episode is a get to know James. Charismatic, fun-loving but serious, James has provided a different view of many of his friends don't see certain Racial lines. Andy and James discuss why he knelt for the Anthem, they discuss how racial profiling is different between races. They also discuss th…
 
This week, we’re airing an earlier MVP (most valuable podcast) where April and Tracie dig into and challenge the oft-repeated notion that proximity across a line of difference immunizes against bigotry or racism. In other words, the assertion “I can’t be racist, my (fill-in-the-blank) is Black." We discuss how the good/bad binary plays into this mi…
 
We’re bringing back an oldie but a VERY important goodie! In this week’s episode (or MVP, “most valuable podcast,”) April and Tracie discuss Eric Ward’s Skin in the Game point about the conditional whiteness of Ashkenazi Jews, unpacking (with both/and thinking) the reaction some Jews have regarding their whiteness. April uses her experiences as a U…
 
What happens when you bring together a group of young women of color to cover one of the most racially charged trials in our country’s history? Really. Good. Journalism. In this special, we’re looking back at Racial Reckoning: The Arc of Justice, a journalism project of KMOJ Radio in Minneapolis, Ampers Diverse Radio for Minnesota’s Communities and…
 
This week, we’re re-releasing an MVP --one of our Most Valuable Podcasts. Way back in episode 2, April and Tracie spoke about better alternatives to some of the micro-aggressive things white-identified Jews often say to Jews of Color. So what happens if you overhear someone else saying a micro-aggressive question or comment? What can you do? What s…
 
As we commemorate Yom HaShoah, the Jewish-community-designated Holocaust Memorial Day, we talk about balancing the incomprehensible nature of the Shoah with the need to continue to work to process and heal (comrehend?) the collective trauma of the Shoah and its intergenerational effects. What more would be possible if we were able to access capacit…
 
This Passover, there was an ongoing–sometimes heated–conversation on social media about singing the Negro spiritual “Let My People Go” during the Passover seder. In our conversation this week, April explains why she will continue to sing this song at her Seder table and we get into the nuance and the nitty-gritty of the debate around appropriation …
 
This Passover, we’re noticing that folks are quick to identify with the Israelites, but what about the circumstances where we’re in the role of the Egyptians? How can we work to dismantle the binary of good and bad, victim and villain and move toward greater wholeness? Can we invite the intervention that will alter the circumstances and lead to fre…
 
As we approach Passover 5782, we’re thinking about the tension inherent in commemorating a moment of acute urgency with practices that require a lot of time, intention, and planning. The Passover story contains multiple moments when our ancestors and predecessors displayed both faith and radical imagination, but when ritual becomes rigid, it can li…
 
This week, we’re bringing you our conversation from our live event on March 23. If we’re being real here (which we ALWAYS are), we know that many of us (especially in the Jewish community) are feeling overwhelmed, stressed, and hurt by the state of the world. April and Tracie (and a couple of amazing community members!) give us some helpful framing…
 
We cover a LOT of ground in today’s conversation, where we get curious about what prevents some folks and groups from accessing joy. We talk about Black joy, the whiteness of white Jews and what often makes embracing joy difficult (and the impact of the historical middle agent role), individual and collective safety, and imagining our liberated sel…
 
Inspired by the holiday of Purim, April and Tracie use the practice of giving mishloach manot or Purim baskets, to unpack the difference between intention and impact. (Who knew you could learn so much from fruit-filled cookies?) They also interrogate the relationship between Vashti and Esther, and use them as a metaphor for differently-positioned J…
 
April and Tracie think about some of the lessons of Purim: hidden identities, the power of 'no,' the power of being in the right place, the importance of joy, and the links between joy and liberation. Find discussion questions for this episode: joyousjustice.com/blog/jews-talk-racial-justice-ep-79 Find April and Tracie's full bios and submit topic …
 
With all that’s going on in the world right now (and since we’re in the middle of two (2!) months of Adar, we thought it would be good to reprise Episode 10 from the conclusion of election season. Tracie asks April for advice on working through the negative emotions that sometimes accompany justice work. They unpack the ways we've been taught to as…
 
A couple of weeks ago, we did a Facebook Live where we used popular tv shows to help us playfully make a point about how folks sometimes overestimate their skills when it comes to DEI work–or really anything. In this episode, we revisit that conversation and add some additional commentary. If you tuned in the first time around, stick around for a w…
 
In today’s conversation, April and Tracie unpack white Jews’ whiteness, the history of race and Jewish racialized identities, and the benefits of getting clear about who is actually in the ingroup. Using metaphors from physics to sanctuaries, we talk about historic and contemporary intersections of the social construct of race and lived identities …
 
In this edited version of a Facebook live that April recorded after Whoopi Goldberg’s comments and the controversy that followed, April digs deep into her analysis of the reactions many in the Jewish community expressed. Internalized terror and persisting unhealed trauma–elicited by the Holocaust and centuries of persecution–among white Ashkenazi J…
 
Many of us are learning about racial justice and trying to implement DEI in our lives and workplaces, but sometimes we become so stuck in our questions that it keeps us distanced and prevents us from going–and staying–in the deep end. In this conversation, April and Tracie challenge us to get intellectually intimate with the learning and to use our…
 
It’s been almost two weeks since the Colleyville synagogue hostage situation, an antisemitic event that was incredibly scary for Jewish communities. During this conversation from just a few days after, we dive into the feelings of isolation that many of us are experiencing, the all-encompassing nature of grief, our internalized terror and communal …
 
A few weeks into 2022, April and Tracie share with us what they’ve learned about how to set intentions and their best practices for succeeding. Referencing the conversation they had in Episode 70, they chat about achieving goals versus implementing systems. They unpack some of the patterns around setting intentions and assumptions of our own enough…
 
As MLK Day and Tu B'Shvat overlap this coming week, April and Tracie unpack the lessons we can learn from trees and their growth in our racial justice journeys. They get into the nuances and differences between treating the symptoms of oppression and injustice – often addressed through “service” – and diagnosing and healing the root causes. And, th…
 
It’s the first week of January and April and Tracie are thinking about resolutions. We delve into willpower, habits, and mindset, and discuss the role of American individualism in the culture of New Year’s Resolutions. Ultimately, we look for a better way to change our habits–and stop beating ourselves up with flawed systems. Check out our discussi…
 
In this week’s episode, April and Tracie talk about how questions around racial justice often come from a place of “stuckness,” keeping us from making real progress on racial justice. They discuss ways in which you can work through your questions to get past this stuckness. Check out our discussion/reflection questions for this episode: https://joy…
 
After three days of deliberation a jury found former Brooklyn Center police officer Kimberly Potter guilty of two counts of manslaughter in the death of Daunte Wright. -- Feven Gerezgiher reports: After three days of deliberation, on Thursday a jury found former Brooklyn Center police officer Kimberly Potter guilty of two counts of manslaughter in …
 
In this week’s episode, Tracie and April discuss the phrase, “stay humble and keep going,” the final words of the podcast every week. They explore why they chose this simple phrase and what it means to them. Check out our discussion/reflection questions for this episode: https://joyousjustice.com/blog/jews-talk-racial-justice-ep-67 Find April and T…
 
As jury deliberation continues in the Kim Potter trial, many are evaluating the state of racial justice in Minnesota. We talk to former Hennepin County Chief Public Defender Mary Moriarty. Chioma Uwagwu reports: As jury deliberation continues in the Kim Potter trial, many are evaluating the state of racial justice in Minnesota. Former Brooklyn Cent…
 
Kim Potter's crying in court is more than an expression of remorse; it’s part of a history of white women weaponizing their tears against people of color. -- Tiffany Bui reports: The jury in the trial of Kim Potter is deciding whether she is guilty of manslaughter for killing Daunte Wright. The 12 jurors have spent over 14 hours in deliberations. L…
 
The state's prosecution and the defense made their closing arguments Monday. -- I’m Georgia Fort with the latest on the Kim Potter trial A jury is deliberating the verdict in the Kim Potter trial. Closing arguments concluded Monday afternoon and the State rested its case. Civil rights attorney Ben Crump addressed the media as deliberations got unde…
 
Potter said she did not intend to use deadly force against Duante Wright. She stated she didn’t recall saying “I’m going to go to prison” immediately after the shooting. -- Safiya Mohamed reports: Former Police Officer Kim Potter took the stand on Friday in her own defense. During her testimony, Potter repeatedly broke down and expressed remorse fo…
 
The state rested its case Thursday; the defense called on six witnesses. -- Feven Gerezgiher reports: The state rested its case in the trial of former Brooklyn Center officer Kim Potter on Thursday. The defense proceeded to present its first 6 witnesses. Former police chief Timothy Gannon testified that Potter was justified in her use of force. “Wh…
 
This week, we’re sharing an excerpt from one of our “Shared Agreements” videos of Racial Justice Launch Pad, a recently-released Joyous Justice program. April and Tracie discuss the dynamics of power and privilege baked into the well-known phrase “the customer is always right.” They also unpack the pattern of being “helpful” by giving (critical) fe…
 
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