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Today's news and action items for a more equitable tomorrow. Hosted by Nicole Cardoza. Five minutes a day, seven days a week, ready by 6am EST. Subscribe to our daily newsletter at subscribe.the-ard.com and follow us on social media @ardtakeaction.
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Join Dr. Joe Burns, Money EQ Specialist, in free-flowing conversations with people of color that explore the intersectionality of the world of finance and how it’s deeply impacted by racism. In this thought-provoking podcast, we dive into the complex relationship between money and systemic inequalities, shedding light on the often-overlooked ways racism influences financial systems, decisions, and opportunities. Gain a deeper understanding of the financial world’s role in perpetuating racial ...
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A podcast that explores the various manifestations of racism around the world through personal stories and reflections on lived experiences. A podcast that makes us all aware of the subconscious biases we hold against others as a result of living in a racialised society. A podcast that can teach us what the first steps of 'being anti-racist' truly means. Note: Everything you hear is first and foremost our subjective opinions, feelings and interpretations. If there is anything you may find co ...
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The Making of Atrocities: Is Racism a Risk Factor?

International Coalition of Sites of Conscience

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This series will address racism as a risk factor for atrocity crimes on a global scale. We will be doing this within the framework of racial justice and anti-racism. Each episode will explore manifestations of racism, from the racialized capitalism of colonialism and slavery to contemporary racial injustices in policing, media, and the economy. Our expert guests will help expose how these manifestations increase the risk of atrocity crimes. This podcast is a production of the International C ...
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Racism has taken over our country we live in, it should be banned for life. I have recently a victim of racism and he gave me an idea to do this podcast because I want to expose his true colors and know that racism does exist.
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it's about racism and discrimination and what people might think of it and asking people if th y think it still exists and why Cover art photo provided by Jon Tyson on Unsplash: https://unsplash.com/@jontyson
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El Racismo

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El racismo es un grave problema que tenemos hoy en día y que no hemos podido combatir del todo. Cover art photo provided by Cheryl Winn-Boujnida on Unsplash: https://unsplash.com/@cbouji
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The book “Seven Fallen Feathers” by Tanya Talaga is the target of this podcast discussion, bringing up themes such as Racism and Death in the Indigenous communities in Canada. Cover art photo provided by freestocks.org on Unsplash: https://unsplash.com/@freestocks
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Created by a Sociologist/College Professor, this podcast gets into the minutia of modern day racial bias and the shadows of institutional racism. This podcast is adjoined to an upcoming documentary film entitled "Modern Racism." This film explores America's efforts to repair the damage caused by institutional racism. In this podcast, Sociologist Trevor B. Milton will engage in uncomfortable conversations on racism, the color line, the legacy of white supremacy, and up-to-date DNA research on ...
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Revolutionary Organizing Against Racism (ROAR) started as a conference in 2017 during the anti-fascist movement to translate the street protests that were happening all over the US into a more radical analysis about racism’s key role in holding up our entire social structure. It wasn’t enough to oppose street level white supremacy, but that ICE and the prisons are much more efficient institutions at upholding white supremacy, and that if you are anti-racist you must turn your attention to re ...
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Racism Is Profitable

Liberation in a Generation Action

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By and for people of color, the Raci$m Is Profitable podcast is all about dismantling the assumptions that shape our lives — and limit our liberation. Your co-hosts, Jeremie Greer and Solana Rice, explore why racism is profitable in America and the economic, political, and popular culture structures that uphold systemic oppression. Guests include activists, policy advocates, and researchers who cut through the jargon and serve up straight talk that’ll put more power in your hands. Produced b ...
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Welcome to a powerful episode of "Money & Racism." Today, we're exploring the intersection of financial disparity and healthcare through the lens of racial inequity, with a special focus on the black community's struggle against breast cancer. Join your host, Joe Burns, and guest Reverend Dr. Tammie Denyse, as they delve into Tammie's personal jour…
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Happy Monday, and happy solar eclipse day! Can't believe I get to witness this from my backyard! I'm also looking forward to tomorrow's workshop on decentering whiteness. As I was preparing the slides, I thought it was worth covering the topic briefly here. I'm curious – what has this practice looked like for you on your personal journey? This podc…
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In this insightful episode of "Money & Racism," host Dr. Joe Burns and this week's guest, Michele Heyward delve into the intersections of financial inequity and racial discrimination. Michele begins by recounting her formative years, where a love for science and math collided with the realities of growing up in rural South Carolina. She reveals her…
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In this episode of Money & Racism, we're joined by agricultural education consultant Nia Kiara Cole. Together, we unpack the historical and current challenges that black and brown farmers face, from access to land to systemic discrimination in lending practices. We explore the intergenerational trauma rooted in the loss of land and culture and the …
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Welcome to "Money & Racism," hosted by Joe Burns. In this episode, we're joined by special guest Ant Blair to unpack the tangled relationship between wealth and racial inequality. From a discussion on the Flint water crisis to the decline of generational prosperity, Ant brings personal insights into systemic racism and the urgent need for action. W…
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Welcome to a powerful new episode of "Money & Racism," where our host, Joe Burns, delves into the compelling intersection of money and systemic racism with our esteemed guest, Dr. Venessa Perry. As an organizational psychologist, executive coach, author, and authoritative voice in racial equity, Dr. Perry offers us a sneak peek into her upcoming bo…
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Welcome to another insightful episode of Money & Racism where we delve deep into critical societal issues. I'm your host, Joe Burns, and today's episode, "Money & Racism," features a compelling conversation with the remarkable Justin Na'im Hurdle-Price. Justin, whose dynamic background as a speaker, facilitator, and strategic communication speciali…
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Welcome to Money and Racism, a podcast where tough conversations lead to growth and understanding. I'm your host, Joe Burns, and today we delve into a profound and necessary discussion on the intersection of money and racism with our distinguished guest, Dr. Lynne Maureen Hurdle. Dr. Hurdle, an expert in communication and conflict resolution with o…
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Today on the podcast, we'll be assessing what we've learned over the past five episodes. Throughout this podcast series we've learned that racism is prevalent in many communities across the globe and highlighted that racial injustice does not always look the same in every context, and therefore, racial justice cannot take on a one size fits all for…
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Sam Cooke (1931-1964), hailed as the "King of Soul," was a singer, songwriter and activist who significantly transformed soul music. Between 1956 and 1964, he charted 29 Top 40 pop singles and 20 Top Ten R&B singles. Cooke's promising career was abruptly ended when he was fatally shot in 1964. Read the full newsletter > 28 Days of Black History is …
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Edmonia Lewis is considered the first Afro-Native American professional sculptor to achieve international recognition for her work. Little is known about Lewis' life, as the sculptor was notorious for embellishing details of her life to captivate her audience. What is known is she was a remarkable artist who thwarted the constraints placed before h…
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During a time when Black people were only depicted as criminals or not represented at all, John H. Johnson carved out a space in print journalism that offered an authentic and diverse representation of Black America to Black America. Learn more about his life and legacy in today's episode. You can read today's episode in its original newsletter for…
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Virgil Abloh was a fashion designer, architect, designer and influencer. In that role, he became the titular fashion brand’s first Black artistic director, and one of the few in the industry. His work, merging streetwear with luxury, gained him international acclaim, a position on Time magazine's 100 Most Influential People list in 2018, and recogn…
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Gordon Parks (1912 –2016) was a photographer, composer, film director, author, and poet known for his documentary photojournalism on civil rights and poverty. Read the full newsletter > 28 Days of Black History is our free, month-long series where we celebrate stories of Black leaders and their impact on arts, culture and society. Look for "Black H…
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Esther Elizabeth Rolle (1920-1998) was a Bahamian American actress most known for her roles on "Maude" and its spin-off "Good Times." Throughout her career, she advocated adamantly for accurate representation of Black people in television. Read the full newsletter > 28 Days of Black History is our free, month-long series where we celebrate stories …
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André Leon Talley (1948-2022) was a pioneering American fashion journalist who significantly shaped the landscape of fashion media and culture during his lifetime. Exuberant and undeniably fashionable, Talley redefined what others only dared to dream was possible in the fashion industry. Read the full newsletter > 28 Days of Black History is our fr…
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Today's featured performer rallied for LGBTQ+ rights and dignity that are still being challenged in today's time, over 50 years later. 28 Days of Black History is our free, month-long series where we celebrate stories of Black leaders and their impact on arts, culture and society. Look for "Black History Month" in titles of other episodes in this p…
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Alvin Ailey was a trailblazing dancer, choreographer, storyteller, and activist who shaped the landscape of modern dance. He was a visionary choreographer who saw the beauty in Blackness and used the stage as his protest, pouring his heart and soul into his work. Read the full newsletter > We’d love to hear your reflections on today’s episode - ema…
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World-renowned author and essayist Jamaica Kincaid explores family dynamics, the lingering legacy of colonization, the hypocrisy of American capitalism, and bigotry both in the Caribbean and in the United States. She writes from the “status of the uprooted subject,” blending genres to craft “elusive” works composed in a “deceptively simple and unad…
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Halima Aden has achieved many historical firsts in her industry. Throughout her career, the activist, disruptor, role model, and actual model has pushed the conventions of what qualifies as fashion and outdated beauty standards. Read the full newsletter > 28 Days of Black History is our free, month-long series where we celebrate stories of Black le…
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This portrait sculptor and educator was dedicated to forging a space for Black artists in a whites-only art world. Read the full newsletter > 28 Days of Black History is our free, month-long series where we celebrate stories of Black leaders and their impact on arts, culture and society. Look for "Black History Month" in titles of other episodes in…
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At "Hitsville, U.S.A.," Berry Gordy, Jr. created a system inspired by his days working at an auto plant to create and produce classic Motown music. Read the full newsletter > 28 Days of Black History is our free, month-long series where we celebrate stories of Black leaders and their impact on arts, culture and society. Look for "Black History Mont…
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On today's penultimate episode, we will focus on structural inequalities and its relationship to systems of oppression as well as histories of exploitation and marginalization. Our two expert guests will draw on their personal and professional backgrounds to make sense of this linkage as they discuss building systems that are equitable and accounta…
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Maya Cade is the film historian, archivist, and creator of Black Film Archive, a digital register of more than 300 films spanning eleven decades of Black cinematic history. A genuine display of a labor of love, Cade reclaims the cinematic image of Black people by preserving the legacy of those who came before, in both their beauty and contradiction…
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Julius Eastman (1940-1990) was an openly gay Black composer, singer, conductor, and pianist ahead of his time. His minimalist style was distinct for the classical music genre and provocative compared to his white contemporaries. Read this newsletter online > We’d love to hear your reflections on today’s episode - email us at hello@antiracismdaily.c…
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Gloria Gaynor is a singer, songwriter and actor known for her hit “I Will Survive,” an empowering disco anthem that reflected the Black and LGBTQ+ liberation movement. Read the full newsletter > We’d love to hear your reflections on today’s episode - email us at hello@antiracismdaily.com. Include the title of this edition in the subject line. This …
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When we allow for anti-trans legislation to persist, we make conditions worse for all women because we reinforce the same gender stereotypes that have oppressed women for decades. Today's article is a reminder to ensure trans people are centered in every step towards awareness and action, especially in the fight for Black liberation. We’d love to h…
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Today's 28 Days of Black History is brought to you by the letter "T." If Sesame Street helped you learn the alphabet, you should thank Elmore "Tee" Collins. As one of the first prominent Black animators to work in television, Collins played an instrumental role in "selling education to children" on the beloved children's program. Read the newslette…
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John William Boone, known as “Blind Boone,” was a groundbreaking composer and ragtime pianist who shaped the evolution of American popular music. Boone performed thousands of shows to both white and Black audiences during the height of Jim Crow segregation. Read this newsletter > 28 Days of Black History is our free, month-long series where we cele…
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