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The Inclusion 1st Podcast is creating a safe space for people to ask their most important questions on antiracism. Our mission is to demystify the practice of antiracism through the experience of questions and stories which we hope will encourage antiracist learning, growth, and action. We believe that it is the actions of individuals that help to push this movement forward. And to support these changemakers on their journey, we’ll answer listener-submitted questions in each episode. Tune in ...
 
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Have you ever been asked to eat something you thought was completely disgusting? Just the smell of it, the sight of it, or even just thinking about it makes you get that feeling in your stomach like you were going to get sick. Or maybe you’ve had the opposite experience where you were eating, and … Continue reading Episode 148: Radical Acts – “The …
 
Welcome to the Inclusion 1st Podcast! This podcast is a safe space for people, from all backgrounds, to ask all their questions on antiracism. Our mission at the Inclusion 1st Podcast is to demystify the practice of antiracism through questions and stories which will inspire personal examination of one’s life through an antiracist lens and encourag…
 
Today we are stepping away from our series on the book of Acts to hear the story of Laura Pritchard. Laura was one of the first African-American leaders at Madison Church, formerly known as Madison Square Church where she served first as a volunteer, and later oversaw youth ministries, outreach, and led worship. Madison Church … Continue reading Ep…
 
As we continue our antiracist reading of the book of Acts, the narrative spotlight now swings from Paul back to Peter, the disciple of Jesus leading the church in exile. We find Peter, now walking among those believed to be of lesser-importance in Jewish culture: a paralyzed man, a group of impoverished widows, a dead … Continue reading Episode 146…
 
There is so much in this episode it's best to share the topics covered: Beyonce, Barbara Streisand, Nicki Minaj, Missy Elliott, Queen Latifah, iconography, what makes an icon?, Peter Frechette, theatre, writing, playwriting, inclusion, BIPOC, LGBTQIA plus representation in theatre and film, tropes, writing hacks that use marginalized characters as …
 
We are taking a momentary break from our Radical Acts series to bring you the audio of the most recent White Work live event put on by the Antioch Podcast and the Office of Race Relations for the Christian Reformed Church of North America. In this episode, Reggie and Michelle cohost a panel of white … Continue reading Episode 145: White Work – “Und…
 
In this episode of the podcast, Nicole chats with Lamar Shambley about his organization and his efforts to give the next generation a global mindset. TOCA (Teens of Color Abroad) is a nonprofit organization with a mission to cultivate the next generation of globally conscious youth of color through full language immersion study abroad experiences. …
 
Have you ever had someone flip on you? You know, one day they believe something so strongly, maybe so strongly that they argue about it all the time with anyone who holds a different viewpoint? Then you don’t see that person for a bit and when they come back, they are changed. They had a … Continue reading Episode 144: Radical Acts – “Giving Saul t…
 
Remember back a few episodes when we met this guy named Saul who held the coats of the people who wanted to murder Stephen? This episode is about him. He has been out trying to hunt down members of the Jesus Way (known as “the Way”) to kill or capture them. Not a nice guy. … Continue reading Episode 143: Radical Acts – “Brash, Blind and Brave.”…
 
For those of you who may be new to the podcast, we are a multi-racial group of Christian friends who take an hour each episode to have a conversation about race and faith. In the past few months, we have been doing a deep dive into scripture, to look at the Biblical precedent undergirding Christian … Continue reading Episode 142 – “Breaking Barrier…
 
"To celebrate, honor and AVENGE Nell Carter." That is Tania's mission in this bonus episode of Tania's Take. Tania and her guest Steven Strafford discuss Ms. Carter's genius. They talk about her sitcom Gimme A Break, her amazing performances across genres and consider why she has never received the flowers she deserves. They also talk about being p…
 
In today’s installment of the Antioch Podcast we continue our series “Radical Acts” the story of the birth of the multiethnic church. In today’s episode, we enter the story as the followers of Jesus flee persecution from Jews. They find shelter among the “half-Jewish” residents of Samaria, whom Jews saw as a lower-caste people. These … Continue rea…
 
In today’s episode we continue our series “Radical Acts” the story of the birth of the multiethnic church. Last episode we left off with the story of Stephen, the Hellenistic Jew. Stephen was an “ethnic outsider” to the predominantly ethnically Jewish early church, and once in leadership, he went to share the story of Jesus … Continue reading Episo…
 
I chatted with Alecia Harger (she/they), a sophomore at UC Berkeley and representative for both UC Berkeley Cops Off Campus and the transnational Cops Off Campus Coalition, a network of students, educators, staff, and community members passionate about abolishing policing at all levels of education. We discussed today’s Day of Refusal, Abolition Ma…
 
In today’s episode we continue our series “Radical Acts” the story of the birth of the multiethnic church. In today’s installment, we look at the story of Stephen, one of the newly-appointed leaders of the early church. Stephen was a Hellenistic Jew, which in our previous episode we pointed out, meant that he was an … Continue reading Episode 139: …
 
In today’s episode we return to our series “Radical Acts” the story of the multiethnic church. We will begin with a little-known story referred to as “the choosing of the seven.” This is a story about how the early church dealt with ethnic divisions, economic injustice, and the use of systemic power to address these … Continue reading Episode 138: …
 
Nicole Cardoza and Mallory Cheng speak with Tiffany Tso and Jaimee A. Swift, co-creators of the Black and Asian Feminist Solidarities project, which looks to Black and Asian American feminist histories, practices, and frameworks on care, community, and survival for the tools and strategies to continue to build towards collective liberation. Tiffany…
 
Before we start today’s episode, on behalf of the Antioch Podcast team, I want to thank all of our listeners. The annual Stand Against Racism episode “White Work” has been downloaded and listened to hundreds of times more than any of our previous episodes. We have heard in comments from many of you that you … Continue reading Episode 137: An Antioc…
 
In today’s episode, we resume our series “Radical Acts”, the story of how the church grew from a monoethnic Jewish sect to a multiethnic religion encompassing the known world. Today, we have a conversation about the persecution of the early church by leaders of the powerful religious establishment of the day. To provide a bit … Continue reading Epi…
 
Tania shares her reasons for going on hiatus with the podcast. She has a message for BIPOC activists and a call to action for accomplices who are ready to take it to the next level of antiracism. What are her thoughts on the Derek Chauvin verdict? What revelation did she have after the murder of Ma'Khia Bryant? What inspirational quote does she sha…
 
We are stepping away from our regular series on the book of Acts to bring you the audio from our latest live event, White Work: A Conversation About the Antiracism Journeys of White People. This 90-minute live webinar was recorded on Friday, April 23rd in partnership between the Antioch Podcast and Calvin University, the Christian … Continue readin…
 
In today’s episode, we continue our series “Radical Acts”, the story of how the church grew from a monoethnic Jewish sect to a multiethnic religion encompassing the known world. We pick up this episode with a comparison of two stories. The first is a story of how a young follower of the Jesus Way named … Continue reading Episode 134: Radical Acts –…
 
In today’s episode, we return to our series Radical Acts, the story of how the church grew from a monoethnic Jewish sect to a multiethnic religion that encompassed the known world. We pick up the story in Acts chapter four … but not until we take our time talking about a few stories during our … Continue reading Episode 133: Radical Acts – “Fixed M…
 
Tania speaks with Chelsea Devantez a comedian and podcaster who is also the head writer for Jon Stewart's new show on Apple TV. Chelsea's podcast is The Celebrity Book Club Podcast . She has a diverse set of authors and guests on the show and created a submission process for hiring Jon Stewart's writing staff that removed obstacles and broadened th…
 
Today’s episode of the Antioch Podcast is titled EMPIRE AND THE KINGDOM OF GOD: A Power Analysis of the Temple and the Contemporary Church, comparing the center and margins of power from the past to the present. Using a power analysis is a useful way to learn who serves and is served by systems and … Continue reading Episode 132: Empire and the Kin…
 
Racial violence is, unfortunately, not a new phenomenon in the United States. But the media hasn’t always covered these incidents to the degree that they do now. With the advent of the cell-phone video cameras and social media, now everyday-citizens are able to record incidents of racial violence from their vantage point, and distribute the … Conti…
 
Tania wants to learn more about her mother and Haitian culture so she speaks with childhood family friend and founder of Daughters of Haiti-Chicago Cyndee Newman. Their mothers were friends and in some ways Tania feels Cyndee got to see sides of her mother that she didn't. The women talk about Haitian pride, food, history, resilience and being 2nd …
 
On Tuesday, March 16th, 2021, a white gunman went into 3 Asian Spas in Atlanta, Georgia, massacring a number of staff and patrons, almost all of whom were Asian women. Regular listers will note that we dedicated our last episode to the alarming rise in hate crimes against Asian Americans. We had no idea that … Continue reading Episode 130: A Pandem…
 
NOTE: This episode was recorded before the mass-shooting of Asian-American women in Atlanta had occurred. We will respond to this incident in an upcoming episode. — A year ago in March, then President Donald Trump began describing the emerging COVID-19 pandemic using anti-Asian rhetoric, like “Kung Flu” and “the China virus.” In the following days,…
 
Nicole chats with climate justice writer and essayist Mary Annaïse Heglar on the disproportionate impact of climate change on communities of color, the role of individual activism in changing the collective, and staying committed to the work through it all. The ARD Podcast is produced by Nicole Cardoza, (@nicoleacardoza on Instagram) and edited by …
 
Tania is pulling a Beyonce and "dropping" a surprise episode cuz there's just too much going on in pop culture about race for her not to comment. She addresses the controversy around the Meghan and Harry Oprah Interview (TW: Suicide), the latest updates on The Bachelor franchise including their decision to television a conversation that should neve…
 
"It's the process of living. Doing, learning, repeat." In this episode Tania shares the things she learned about life, love, relationships, loss and herself as we approach the 1 year anniversary of the lockdown. With each lesson Tania gives the listener a prompt for their own self reflection. Tania goes deep with some of the revelations she has had…
 
In today’s episode we return to our series Radical Acts, a story of how the early church transformed from a monoethnic religious sect to a multiethnic and multicultural religious movement. In today’s episode, we look at the story in the third chapter of Acts, which opens up with two of Jesus’ disciples, Peter and John … Continue reading Episode 128…
 
Anti-racism is at times emotionally and physically exhausting work, and the causes of this toll are different depending on the person. This week, the members of our team talked about a few of the things that can be wearying about passionately pursuing the work of justice, as well as a few things that we have … Continue reading Episode 127: “Tired.”…
 
Nicole sits down with singer-songwriter Raye Zaragoza to talk about "This Land is Your Land," the role of folk music in the American dream, and crafting new songs that accurately tell our stories. Raye Zaragoza is an award-winning singer-songwriter who Paste Magazine called “one of the most politically relevant artists in her genre.” First-generati…
 
Tania and her guest screenwriter (Once On This Island Disney+ ),playwright (School Girls; or the African Mean Girls Play) and actress (The Curious Case of the dog in the Night-Time) Jocelyn Bioh break down this season of The Bachelor, the cultural relevance of the franchise featuring its first Black bachelor and the controversial conversation betwe…
 
Beginning this episode, we are starting a new series on the Antioch Podcast looking at the book of Acts. It is the story of how the Holy Spirit took a mono-ethnic group of followers of Jesus (who could all fit into a second-floor apartment) to a multi-ethnic religious community capable of withstanding the centuries-long persecution … Continue readi…
 
This week the women of the Antioch Podcast team lead us in a conversation about women’s leadership in the church. Usually on the Antioch Podcast we have conversations about “Biblical” antiracism. For those of you new to the podcast, we talk about anti-racism, because racism is a form of oppression. An aspect of God’s desire … Continue reading Episo…
 
Tania and Gina cover everything Brandy's Cinderella from its cultural impact to Tania's Cinderella rush. Does Tania need a Cinderella intervention? How many times did she sob while watching? Is Gina secretly a musical theatre geek? How did the combination of Whitney Houston, Whoopi Goldberg, R&B star Brandy even happen? And has Hollywood learned an…
 
On February 1st, 2021 Christ the King Reformed Church in Charlotte, Michigan was formally classified as a white nationalist group in an annual report released by the Southern Poverty Law Center. This church was formerly a part of the Christian Reformed Church of North America, the denominational home for most of the members of the … Continue readin…
 
A recent Lifeway Research study on the American church was released this past week. The study revealed that more pastors believe that they would receive pushback if they spoke on the topic of racial reconciliation than they would have the year before the Trump presidency. While it is true that white Evangelical Christians voted for … Continue readi…
 
From Chicago to Los Angeles to Africa, Tania covers the gamut with actor and friend Morocco Omari. Morocco is starring in Wendy Williams The Movie on Lifetime. He talks about how much a child needs their village, his many almost wrong turns, how he has been guided by instinct and his ancestors, his experience in the military and dealing with PTSD. …
 
Nicole sits down with curator and historian Tyree Boyd-Pates to discuss his work of documenting Black history, and how we can act as the curators of this lifetime for future generations. The ARD Podcast is produced by Nicole Cardoza, (@nicoleacardoza on Instagram) and edited by Mallory Cheng. Learn more at antiracismdaily.com. Join us for our curat…
 
Over the past few episodes, our team has been discussing the article by Dr. Kelly Hamren called “Social Justice, Critical Race Theory, Marxism, and Biblical Ethics.” This episode, sadly, is our last conversation based on this article where we talk about one final argument some people give for rejecting the Black Lives Matter movement. This … Contin…
 
Over the past few episodes, our team has been discussing the article by Dr. Kelly Hamren called “Social Justice, Critical Race Theory, Marxism, and Biblical Ethics.” So it is with pleasure that we welcomed the author herself to join us on the podcast to talk about this article. For a little background, Kelly Hamren serves as … Continue reading Epis…
 
Tania and Gina (Sister Says) talk about One Night in Miami starring Leslie Odom Jr. (Hamilton) and a power house cast of Black actors. Tania talks about being in a movie with director and Oscar winner Regina King. Learn about the pledge Regina made to promote inclusion on film sets. The sisters grapple with why English actors are so often cast as A…
 
This past week, the nation watched as a group of protesters, some of which are self-avowed white nationalists, lay siege to the US Capitol Building carrying with them Confederate flags, Trump Flags and Christian flags and crosses. It is not a stretch to say that most Americans never thought they would see a day when … Continue reading Episode 120: …
 
This is the fourth episode in our five-part miniseries on Christianity and Critical Race Theory or CRT for short. If you missed our opening episode, go back to episode 115 to begin the series before returning to this one. In today’s episode, our team gathered around the mics to talk about Dr. Kelly Harmen’s article … Continue reading Episode 119: C…
 
Tania and Gina share their thoughts on Pixar's "Soul" and grapple with the pros and cons of the storytelling. Is this Pixar's first movie with a Black lead in theory or in truth? What has band teachers enraged? Was Mrs. Cosby a cold mother? And what was Tina Fey thinking when she accepted the offer to voice a character who takes over a Black man's …
 
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