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Black Girl Missing

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Black Girl Missing

Feminista Jones, Asa Todd, Niki Irene

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A podcast dedicated to telling the stories of Black girls (0-17) who have gone missing in the United States. Some have been found. Some are still missing. Some we have lost forever. Whatever her story, we want to tell it. We explore disappearances from their beginnings, going over timelines of events, looking at the evidence, and recounting witness testimonies. We dig as deep as we can to uncover the truth about their disappearances.
 
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Nikki Svärdsén

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En podd som reder ut begrepp kopplade till antirasism, feminism och kroppsaktivism. Vad är egentligen intersektionalitet, internalisering och implicit bias? Begreppen är många och svåra. Du är garanterad inte ensam om att vilja sticka ner huvudet i sanden framför att ta en diskussion, av rädsla för att säga fel, verka outbildad eller trassla in dig i resonemang där begreppen blir övermäktiga. Vi måste prata kommer tillsammans med gäster hjälpa dig att förstå och hänga med.
 
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Nearly 100 years ago in New York City, Gladys Bentley was a well known black, lesbian performer. She waited for no one and nothing to allow her to be who she was meant to be. However, her path was never easy. Join us in a discussion of one of the greatest entertainers of the 1930s.Sheri & Cynthia による
 
Title IX gave girls and young women in the US a level playing field by prohibiting institutions that received federal funding from discriminating on the basis of gender. Patsy Mink, the first woman of color and first Asian American woman elected to Congress, was instrumental in writing this and many other "Great Society" era legislation. Join us as…
 
Stories of power, perseverance, and possibility are not always positive. Charles Curtis, a member of the Kaw nation, was the first person of color elected Vice President of the United States. He was a complicated man and perhaps a cautionary tale. Join us as we discuss his life. What does it mean to be the only person from a minority group to reach…
 
The world still tries to make minorities fit the mold created by the dominant culture. Zitkala Sa, indigenous writer, musician, composer, educator, and activist countered an education meant to suppress her culture by preserving and amplifying it. Join us as we talk about her incredible life!Sheri & Cynthia による
 
Fighting for yourself can mean fighting for others. Leona Vicario, 19th century journalist, revolutionary, and founding mother of Mexico knew that the brutal treatment of indigenous peoples by the Spaniards was a tragedy for everyone. Join us again as we geek out about woman that used every resource at her disposal to fight for a better world.…
 
"Power concedes nothing without a demand." How do you make society better through peaceful protests? By having a plan! Pacifist and civil rights organizer, Bayard Rustin, was the 'unseen' architect of the most iconic US protest movements. Geek out with us as we discuss the many ways he helped the US become a more perfect union, and discuss the many…
 
Rock and Roll is one of America's greatest exports. Music legend Sister Rosetta Tharpe is credited among some of Rock's most iconic stars for creating the sound. So why don't we call her the King of Rock and Roll? Join us as we talk about the booming voice and rapid guitar lick of the larger than life woman who made it all possible.…
 
After an #AmberAlert that had the South on high alert, Taylor Rose Williams remains were found several hours away from Jacksonville, FL where she lived with her mother, Brianna. In this episode, we'll go over details not highlighted in the news stories about this ongoing case in hopes of making sense of this devastating loss.…
 
After being left alone in the front yard of her rural home, Myra Lewis vanished on a warm Saturday afternoon. With her mother away shopping and her father in the house, it would be several hours before anyone realized the round-faced toddler was missing. In this episode, we try to piece together possible leads and discuss the treatment Myra's famil…
 
Sometimes the best way to deal with today's world is to look to the future. Octavia Butler created worlds and stories rooted in the struggles we still face today, climate change, racism, and sexism. But her powerful, hopeful approach did what all the best science fiction does– make us quest for a better tomorrow.…
 
16-year-old Shemika Cosey went to her cousin's house in Berkeley, Missouri for a sleepover and vanished overnight. Police never searched for her despite her mother reporting her disappearance immediately. Join us as we maneuver through the confusing details.Black Girl Missing Podcast による
 
18 year old Cleashindra Hall had a bright future as a pediatrician ahead of her, until she disappeared without a trace one night in May, just before her high school graduation. With a plethora of clues but no leads, Pine Bluff Police remain stumped and her family without answers.Black Girl Missing Podcast による
 
Bessie Coleman looked to the skies to show people how high they could soar! Join us for a conversation about how "Queen Bess" turned her dream of becoming a pilot into reality. She forged a path where none existed and upheld her integrity and that of her community, showing us that we all can "amount to something."…
 
Tionda Brandley and her little sister, Diamond, were last seen the morning of June 6th, 2001. Left alone in their mother's apartment, they vanished without a trace or clue. Join us as we recount the case that stumped Chicago police veterans and left their family yearning for answers.Black Girl Missing Podcast による
 
Our first episode, in which we introduce ourselves and tell you what Missing Figures is all about! I’m Sheri Reynard and I’m joined by co-host Cynthia Wright. Welcome to Missing Figures, a discussion about stories of power, perseverance, and possibility that should be common knowledge. Who is a Missing Figure? A person that has made great achieveme…
 
Transpersoner har på senare tid äntligen börjat uppmärksammas efter hundratals år av våldsamt förtryck. Men vad är egentligen en transperson? Är det samma sak som transvestit? Vem är man och vem är kvinna? Transfobi är fortfarande utbrett och transpersoner tillhör några av de mest utsatta grupperna i samhället. Det är dags att vi börjar prata om tr…
 
Finns verkligen strukturell rasism? Och vad menas ens med strukturell rasism? Nikki pratar om bilköer och jämför det med rasism, hur tänkte hon nu? Teysir berättar om räknetalet i en mattebok där uppgiften var att räkna ut hur stor risk det var för en kvinna att få HIV efter ett visst antal ligg med en svart man. Veckans avsnitt gästas av Teysir Su…
 
Finns det någon skillnad på att vara rasist och uttrycka sig rasistiskt? Går det att förklara vardagsrasism utan krångliga ord? Paula pratar om Ahlgrens bilar och myggor. Hur hör det egentligen hemma här? Lyssna på när Nikki och Paula reder ut begreppet vardagsrasism och hur den påverkar oss alla. Paula Dahlberg driver instagramkontot vardagsrasism…
 
TNKVRTs alldeles egna Danny Lam är med och reder ut begreppet normer. Är Danny onormal genom att vara icke-vit? Är Nikki onormal genom att vara tjock? Vad är egentligen normer och vad kan vi göra för att utmana dem? Nikki och Danny hinner även med att prata hur viktigt det är med representation och Danny hjälper Nikki minnas fler krångliga ord så s…
 
Cristian Quinteros Soto gästar för att prata om privilegium. Vad är egentligen ett privilegium? Är jag priviligierad? Hur kan en använda sina privilegier för att göra gott? Nikki och Cristian grottar ner sig i begreppet och Nikki fortsätter tjata om inkludering. Varför lyssnar män hellre på Cristian än på Nikki? Och vad menas det egentligen med att…
 
Nikki pratar med Victoria Franzén Rollins som driver instagramkontot @privilegierad (tillsammans med sin syster Felicia) om rädslan att säga fel och verka opåläst och dum i debatter. Hur det är lättare att strunta i att involvera sig i än att förstå vad de handlar om. Hur kan vi prata för att fler ska känna sig inkluderade och förstå? Nikki berätta…
 
When a 32-year-old missing woman’s body was found in a shallow grave , her 2-year-old daughter was nowhere to be found. In this episode, we look into the events leading up to her murder and Arianna’s disappearance. Powered and distributed by Simplecast.Black Girl Missing Podcast による
 
The St. Louis Jane Doe was a Black girl between the ages of 8 and 11 whose body was found in the basement of an abandoned apartment building. Through 20 years of investigation and use of emerging technology her case has unfortunately never been solved. Listen as we discuss the what if’s and range of possibilities that the lack of evidence has left …
 
For the first time, BGM is covering an active case. Two Virginia cousins, Briana McClellan and Keimyah Freeman, mysteriously disappeared at 3 am in the morning. They're believed to be runaways, but one girl was reported as missing her shoes. We examine the contradicting information and explore some of the struggles communities have when trying to f…
 
3-year-old Adrionna Williams disappeared from her grandmother's Pittsburgh-area home on a Sunday evening. She was found a short time later in a ravine. Her community was rocked into action and the twists regarding her murder moved lightning fast. Listen as we chronicle her short life and the aftermath of her death.…
 
In 2002, Alexis Patterson left home to go to school with her step-father but never made it to class. She vanished completely without a trace. Despite community efforts and years of media attention, she has never been seen or heard from again. In this episode, we dig into the questionable details and mistakes made along the way. Where is Alexis? Pow…
 
When 12-year-old Georgia Lee Moses went missing in Santa Rosa, California, no one noticed or even reported her missing. Her body was later discovered on the side of a highway. Listen as we dig deeper into the story of the young Black girl whose murder inspired Grammy-winner Tom Waits song, “Georgia Lee”. Powered and distributed by Simplecast.…
 
On a summer day in 2002, Erica Smith left her home to go to a friend’s house and was never seen alive again. Her body was discovered 11 days at a nearby park after she went missing. What happened to her? And why won’t the police reveal the name of her suspected killer to this very day? We dive into a cautionary tale of online predators and what can…
 
Bianca Lily Jones went missing when her father claimed he was carjacked. Though he was later convicted of her murder, details about her disappearance have been sketchy and witnesses claim they’ve since seen her alive. In this episode, we dig into the story of a toddler who went missing and was never seen again. Powered and distributed by Simplecast…
 
When Kamiyah Mobley was only 8 hours old, she was kidnapped from the hospital by Gloria Williams. It was not until 18 years later that she was reunited with her birth parents. Their reunion wasn't everything Shamara hoped for, however. We look deeper into the story of Kamiyah Mobley and her unique experience. Powered and distributed by Simplecast.…
 
Eight-year-old Relisha Rudd was last seen on March 1, 2014 in Washington, D.C. Her disappearance rocked the city and sparked nation-wide outrage. This episode revisits her disappearance, community responses, and looks deeper at the threat of trafficking in vulnerable communities. Powered and distributed by Simplecast.…
 
Four year-old Rilya Wilson was last seen January 18, 2001. Her guardian claimed she was removed by social services. Social services didn’t visit the him until April 25, 2002. No one knows what happened to her but her guardian was convicted and sentenced to 55 years for kidnapping and abuse, and murder is suspected. We discuss the events leading up …
 
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