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Reparations: The Big Payback is an immersive, narrative podcast, hosted by social justice filmmakers Erika Alexander (Living Single, Get Out) and Whitney Dow (Two Towns of Jasper, Whiteness Project). Erika, a black woman, and Whitney, a white man use their unique storytelling skills and experiences to explore the argument for and against reparations for Black Americans.
 
Money makes the world go round, and if this is true, do you struggle to understand the complex workings of finance, money and investments? Join us, Arthi Rabikrisson and Lucille Sikosana; both women in finance, as we delve into simplifying the complexities that come with managing your finances and investments. The theory of Black Swan Events is a metaphor that describes an event that comes as a surprise, has a major effect, and is often rationalized after the fact with the benefit of hindsig ...
 
This is a film podcast by two people that come at movies from different angles. Paul is a trained actor and Josh is a broadcast engineer. They have lively conversations about all aspects of old and new films: technical, emotional, acting, directing, writing, music, special effects, and more. Check out the website at www.actorandengineer.com and email actorandengineer@gmail.com.
 
James Weldon Johnson was an American author, educator, lawyer, diplomat, songwriter, and civil rights activist. Johnson is best remembered for his leadership of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP), where he started working in 1917. In 1920 he was the first black to be chosen as executive secretary of the organization, effectively the operating officer. He served in that position from 1920 to 1930. Johnson established his reputation as a writer, and was know ...
 
The Yogi M.D. Podcast empowers the mature woman to make her health a priority in order to thrive in all the stages of her life. Defining health cannot be constrained by the simplistic formula of diet and exercise alone. That’s why we interview experts, to expand her definition of health to include physical, mental, emotional, social, intellectual, and spiritual well being. That’s why we talk to inspiring men and women who share the lessons they’ve embraced on their journeys to holistic healt ...
 
The Self-Aware Millennial- hosted by J.Mix, a "self-aware" woman of color from the dirty South, opens the floor to soul-searching topics of discussion by creating a laid back, safe-space for herself and other self-aware guests of diverse backgrounds to share their unique journeys to self-awareness in the hopes that the wisdom shared further nurtures our souls to acceptance of all chosen livelihoods.
 
You’re procrastinating right now, aren’t you? Yup, we knew it. But don’t fret, this is the most effective soundtrack to drown out your google classroom notifications. We are the Johannesburg Junior Council and our mission as a youth run organization is to empower the voice of the unheard. Join us as we embark on challenging conversations around all things social, political and current. The only difference? It’s coming from fellow high school procrastinators who might just have a thing or two ...
 
“Few books make history and fewer still become the foundational texts for the movements and struggles of an entire people....” One such great work was The Souls of Black Folk by William EB Du Bois. Published in 1903, it is a powerful and hard-hitting view of sociology, race and American history. It became the cornerstone of the civil rights movement and when Du Bois attended the first National Negro Conference in 1909, he was already well-known as a proponent of full and unconditional equali ...
 
The Emphatic Truth podcast is curated by host Tavon Harris, serial entrepreneur, activist and workforce development trainer from Baltimore, Md. The aim of the podcast is to; motivate, uplift and collaborate with the black community. Through this podcast you will be challenged to think holistically and intuitively about your purpose in the world. Weekly podcast on current events around education, justice systems and laws that effect us all. We invite topic submissions, interviews and other bu ...
 
A Seat at the Table is a podcast from the Multicultural Foodservice & Hospitality Alliance. It offers a unique view of Cultural Intelligence and its importance to the workplace. With a goal of understanding the cultural differences and the uniqueness within multicultural communities, each episode takes the listener through first-hand experiences with topics such as: - Anti-Racism Behavior for Business - An Industry Call to Action for Diversity & Inclusion - Black Leadership Perspectives Each ...
 
Emergency management is a growing discipline as our world has become increasingly more complex, interconnected, and vulnerable to hazards both natural and human caused. The role of the emergency manager, including leaders in public safety, has expanded and become more vital to cities, counties, states, and large organizations, and much of this work can be contained and effectively managed within projects, be they longer term plans, disaster recovery, mitigation measures or short-term emergen ...
 
Visit Our Facebook Page Join The Livegan Podcast with hosts Kevin Lahey and Ben Le Roi, as they interview inspirational leaders in the animal rights community and help vegan activists become more effective. Kevin is an ex-undercover investigator with CARE and Mercy for Animals Ben is co-founder of Nation Rising
 
The Smart Woman Podcast presents applicable strategies, inspiration and tools for women who want to get professional results and achieve their boldest goals. This podcast is for you. You'll gets concrete ideas to help you redefine your own version of success and get what you really want in your career. The Smart Woman Podcast is hosted by Gabriela Mueller Mendoza. She’s an engaging, effective and humorous Professional Coach, global Speaker with European and Latin flavor. Her website is www.g ...
 
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We often here that you cannot separate race from capitalism or that we can reform capitalism and make it more ethical. Listen in as I discuss with Dr. CBS on what is the link between race and capitalism, the myth of black capitalism, black liberals and advice on how we should organise Dr. Charisse Burden-Stelly is the 2020-2021 Visiting Scholar in …
 
The BFF crew discusses Dating and Relationships with significant others. Should your partner be allowed to cheat as long as its respectful? Should you move in with one another prior to marriage? Let’s see what the crew saysעל ידי Tece AKA Miss Optimistic, Tonya AKA Miss Consistent, Kourtney AKA Miss Info, Marcia AKA Miss Messenger
 
It's groundhog day in America. As Erika and Whitney mourn the brutal death of Andrew Brown Jr, another unarmed Black man shot and killed by police, they ask themselves; Does America have the willpower to make reparations to the descendants of slaves? To find answers they travel across the ocean to Poland to hear the story of 77-year-old Mr. Waldema…
 
Lisa Lackey is an esteemed therapy practitioner and dynamic trauma expert who is driven by a passion to support people as they journey towards resolution from the inside out. Lisa holds two Master’s Degrees, one in Education from the Garrett-Evangelical Theological Seminary at Northwestern University and one in Counseling from National-Louis Univer…
 
Don't miss four episodes in May and June of 2021, focusing on mental health - "Manage Stress - The Strong Black Woman Syndrome, with Lisa Lackey and Daphne Bishop", "Work Productively with Becky Mocarski", "Realize Your Potential with Dawn Repola", and "Foster Confidence with Dr. Andrea Wojnicki"על ידי Nadine Kelly
 
On this episode, Lucille and Arthi are joined by guest James Vigne, founder of Villic Wealth, to discuss this crucial topic about how one can get closer to achieving financial freedom. To help gain clarity about achieving financial freedom, James helps answer: The definition of Financial Freedom How to go about becoming financially free Debt and ne…
 
We look back over a unique Oscars experience and start to dig in to our favorite movies of the extended 2020 film year. We each count down from 10 to 6 this episode, leading up to our favorites of the year next week! Subscribe on Apple Podcasts: Here Check out our Facebook page: www.facebook.com/actorandengineer and follow us on twitter @actorengin…
 
A catch up with my dear friend Christian on some of the things we’re thinking about currently. Christian Joseph is a recent college graduate, who has a keen interest in political economy and questions that concern Black liberation I.G. @TheGambian @Ctayj Twitter: @MomodouTaal @CtayJעל ידי Momodou
 
Primetime Emmy-nominated composer Patrick Jonsson joins me to chat about his start in music, scoring the Academy Award-winning documentary The White Helmets, as well as other highly-acclaimed films including Virunga, On Her Shoulders, and Into the Fire. Thanks again to Patrick for taking the time, it was an honor! 0:00 - Intro 1:48 - Interview: Pat…
 
It’s mourning' time in America. Erika and Whitney reflect on their reparations journey and calculate the personal toll it's taken. The great Reverend Barber resets the room and builds a powerful theological case, through the lens of “The Five Pillars.” A case that exposes the moral repercussions of reparations, and what the bondsman's price will be…
 
BAFTA Award-winning composer Simon Hale joins me to chat about his beginnings in music, creating the incredible L.A. Noire video game score with Andrew Hale, collaborating with Sam Smith on the James Bond theme song 'Writing's on the Wall,' his extensive work in theater, and much more. Thanks again to Simon for taking the time, it was an honor! 0:0…
 
Erika and Whitney ask the trillion dollar question, “Who qualifies for reparations?” To find answers they take to the streets of downtown Brooklyn. They also consult ‘who gets it’ experts, Killer Mike, Dr. William Darity, Mary Frances Barry and ADOS co-founder Yvette Carnell. But if you’re still unsure you’d qualify, they reveal a helpful service t…
 
THE STORY - by Erika We go together This isn’t another story about a misogynistic sociopath. There are far too many stories about individuals with that particular affliction circulating in the world right now. Although one of the characters technically fits the description of one, he is merely a preface, a context setter for the real love story. So…
 
In this episode, Andrew speaks to Tony Catt, Director of Catapult Wealth, who recently celebrated their 10 year anniversary. Tony chats about how his frustration with the financial planning and advisory industry, leads him to challenge the status quo and establish a different model of business. With over two decades of experience, discover how Tony…
 
On this 1st episode we will get to know the ladies of The BFF Effect Podcast and get a glimpse into each individual woman’s personality. You will also get their insight on lessons learned from 2020, goals for 2021 and their journey to finding their purpose.על ידי Tece AKA Miss Optimistic, Tonya AKA Miss Consistent, Kourtney AKA Miss Info, Marcia AKA Miss Messenger
 
The term "classical music" has Eurocentric and classist connotations. Calloway Cieslak has proposed a new name: "Writ Music" which seeks to centralize the music technology (notation) that is significant to the tradition of music and decentralize its whiteness and superiority complex. On this 50th episode, we are calling all the music nerds to join …
 
Emmy-nominated composer Anne Nikitin joins me to chat about her latest project, Fate: The Winx Saga, as well as Stardust, American Animals, The Pale Horse, and more. Thanks again to Anne for taking the time, it was an honor! 0:00 - Intro 0:58 - Interview: Anne Nikitin 22:56 - Outro Follow The Music Buds: Patreon: Patreon.com/TheBuds Website: TheMus…
 
We are still reeling from the government’s terrible race report. Listen in to my conversation with Deej about what our focuses should be in terms of organising and going forward. Khadijah Diskin is a PhD Researcher in Psychology. Her research explores the psychosocial dimension of Black students experiences in British higher education, using Lacani…
 
This week we put on our prognosticator's hats to try to sift through the awards season and figure out who will win at the Academy Awards this year. We also talk about who we would love to win. Subscribe on Apple Podcasts: Here Check out our Facebook page: www.facebook.com/actorandengineer and follow us on twitter @actorengineer…
 
Erika’s mother, Sammie Alexander, grabs the mic and tells the story of her Black experience, growing up, raising Black children and facing racism, but she drops the mic to deliver a dire prediction for Black America’s reparations in a red, white n’ blue future. Then billionaire Tom Steyer rolls his ‘money ball’ to expose the financial barriers that…
 
The Government’s Race report has concluded that there is no institutional racism in the U.K. Listen in as I discuss with Dr. Nick Guyatt as we unpack the report Nick Guyatt teaches American history at the University of Cambridge in the UK. He’s written about history, race and politics for the Guardian, the New York Times, the London Review of Books…
 
In continuation of normalizing uncomfortable dialogue, J.Mix explores her top four embarrassing life experiences. She also reflects on times where she has outcasted others. Other things discussed: J.Mix's unexpected hiatus, J.Mix's newest singles, J.Mix's revitalized inspiration to facilitate uncomfortable dialogue. *Embarrassing stories begin arou…
 
The unstoppable singer-songwriter Caitlyn Scarlett joins me to chat about her start in music, moving to London in her late teens, singer-songwriter inspirations like Bob Dylan, staying creative in quarantine, missing the chaos of normal life, writing and collaborating with other artists, the ups and downs of social media, loving teen drama, and muc…
 
Welcome to Reparations: Fight Club! A quick reminder folks, ‘snitches get stitches’! Let's go! In part two Erika and Whitney are back, ringside, calling the shots, as the battle heats up. When we last left off, The Case Against Reparations landed a surprise-whammy that floored The Case For Reparations. As we resume this battle we discover the reaso…
 
This week, on The YOGI MD Podcast, we talk Emotional Health: Experiencing Grief with my daughter Lizzi Kelly. In March of 2020, in her sophomore year at Grinnell College, spring break began two weeks early, as the students evacuated campus as a result of the pandemic. On this episode, Lizzi talks shares her lifelong struggle to fit in at school, th…
 
Carl Hart is the Chair of the Department of Psychology at Columbia University. He is also the Ziff Professor of Psychology in the Departments of Psychology and Psychiatry. Professor Hart has published numerous scientific and popular articles in the area of neuropsychopharmacology and is co-author of the textbook Drugs, Society and Human Behavior (w…
 
A lot of you asked me to do a breakdown of commonly used terminology that we hear in politics and economics. So I sat down with Vijay Prashad, where we talk all things Marxism. Vijay Prashad is an Indian historian, journalist, commentator, and a Marxist intellectual. He is an executive-director of Tricontinental: Institute for Social Research and t…
 
This week we talk about The Father where playwright Florian Zeller's feature debut drops us into the mental space of a man experiencing dementia. We get into Anthony Hopkins' powerful performance, why Olivia Colman is always great and some bold lighting choices by the new director. Subscribe on Apple Podcasts: Here Check out our Facebook page: www.…
 
Welcome to Reparations Fight Club!The only rule about Reparations Fight Club is that in America there is no Reparations Fight Club! Erika and Whitney settle in ringside to call the shots, as the stakes are raised in this bare-knuckle bout between: The Case Against Reparations and The Case For Reparations! Evanston, IL history-maker, Alderwoman “I-g…
 
Spending with confidence is not something we hear often. There is often guilt attached to spending money, and quite a negative mindset in fact. In this episode Lucille and Arthi talk about how it is very possible to have a great relationship with money and how you can nurture that over time too. Topics that are covered include: How to spend with co…
 
Eric Kariuki is one of the owners and CEO of Pink Diamond Capital. Pink Diamond Capital specialise in helping investors, collectors and connoisseurs around the world acquire rare, Australian mined Argyle Pink Diamonds for their portfolio or personal holdings. They provide an end-to-end bespoke service, personally selecting diamonds for each client …
 
Loved this conversation surrounding the role of meditative practices in activism Nabila “Nebulosity” Wasi, M.A., Wellness Entrepreneur and Founder of MindBodySol Wellness, is an Educational Leader/Educator, a Program Management Professional, Certified Holistic Health Coach and Yoga Teacher, community organizer, researcher, multi-genre storyteller, …
 
Ritzy Bryan, the incredible lead singer and guitarist for The Joy Formidable, joins me to chat about the band's start, staying creative in quarantine, touring with The Foo Fighters, the complex process of album creation, and much more. Thanks again to Ritzy for taking the time, it was an honor! 0:00 - Intro 2:58 - Interview: Ritzy Bryan 29:09 - Out…
 
Oh say can you FreakShow! Erika and Whitney become minstrel characters, “Mista’ Tambo n’ Mista’ Interlocutor,” to present the perverse-circus-sideshow oddities of America’s institutional and corporate racism. Star experts join them to bear witness and unveil slavery‘s toxic legacy, woven within modern corporate policies and legislation. Professor A…
 
Greg Hobby is one of the owners and CEO of Taylor & Holmes. Founded by Greg’s wife Kate, Taylor & Holmes are a fine food catering company that has expanded into cafes and restaurants, with locations at SAHMRI, Flinders Medical Centre and the Bridgewater Mill. Watch the full episode on YouTube here.על ידי Andrew Mattner
 
In episode 2, I interview Simon Hammond, Director and Owner of Spinach Effect Solutions. After a successful corporate career, Simon establish Spinach Effect which is a specialised marketing solutions company for the hearing care industry. This has expanded to the Touchscreen Hearing Check Booth. Watch the full episode on YouTube here.…
 
This week we talk about Thomas Vinterberg's Oscar-nominated directing of this Danish film starring Mads Mikkelsen. We get into the Dogme 95 movement and why it's hard to act drunk. Subscribe on Apple Podcasts: Here Check out our Facebook page: www.facebook.com/actorandengineer and follow us on twitter @actorengineer…
 
What does it mean to be a pan African feminist? In this episode I had the privilege to speak to Dr. Layla Brown-Vincent as she helped unpack these terms. Layla Brown-Vincent is a member of the All African People’s Revolutionary Party-GC and currently works as an Assistant Professor of Africana Studies at the University of Massachusetts Boston. Layl…
 
Renowned composer Debbie Wiseman joins me to chat about her incredible work across film and television including Wolf Hall, Father Brown, Shakespeare & Hathaway: Private Investigators, Dickensian, Land Girls, Wilde, To Olivia, and much more. Thanks again to Debbie for taking the time, it was an honor! 0:00 - Intro 1:49 - Interview: Debbie Wiseman 4…
 
Whitney commandeers the slave narrative along with a motley crew of allies, to prove that Whites can own and tell the truth about slavery. But first, the duo ‘forge a new nation’ in media, as Erika revisits a role she played on a miniseries - Ona Judge, the “beloved” runaway slave girl of George Washington. Later, New England patriot Katrina Browne…
 
Marie Skelton is an Australian author, speaker and podcaster. She is on a mission to learn how to cope with change, build resilience and maintain mental wellness. Marie is the voice behind the Happiness for Cynics blog, and she co-hosts the weekly Happiness for Cynics podcast. She is the co-author of the book Self-care is church for non-believers: …
 
This is the first Tarkovsky film for either of us and we get thrown into the deep end with Stalker. We talk about how the film hit each of us and talk through a few theories about The Zone, Tarkovsky working within the Soviet system and why there is so much water everywhere! Subscribe on Apple Podcasts: Here Check out our Facebook page: www.faceboo…
 
In this episode I discuss with Janine on how we adopt a politic that is the highest form of love for black people. Janine Francois is a Black British Feminist, Critic and Writer and her practices deconstructs whiteness (and race) within cultural and academic institutions by way of writing, curating/ producing, research and teaching. Janine is also …
 
On this highly-anticipated mental health episode, J.Mix gives a run-down on how being prescribed to Zoloft has affected her life before, during, and after weening off the medication. She also announces details about her marketing job with No Dream Deferred. For more information about No Dream Deferred, visit their website. Make a tax-deductible don…
 
Esteemed composer Rutger Hoedemaekers joins me to chat about getting started in music, his work on Hulu's No Man's Land, collaborating with composers Hildur Guðnadóttir (Joker) and the late Jóhann Jóhannsson (Sicario) on Trapped, plus his time spent in other roles on Mary Magdalene, Arrival, and more. Thanks again to Rutger for taking the time, it …
 
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