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Welcome to REPRESENTED, the podcast. This is your weekly dose of inspiration that’ll support you to build a racially inclusive online business without letting the fear of getting it wrong get in the way. These episodes will provide insights, strategies, and discussions that break down barriers and empower you to navigate the racial equity landscape. I’m Annie Gichuru, your host as well as a Racial Equity Coach who supports online business owners such as coaches, course creators, membership o ...
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Represented In Medicine

Represented In Medicine

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The University of Minnesota Medical School Office of Admissions addresses the challenges of applying to medical school and answers your questions. You'll hear interviews from physicians, med students, deans, and leaders in the health profession. Email us your questions at represent@umn.edu
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Represented with Dominique Arce, MD, MPH

Stanford Anesthesia Informatics and Media (AIM) Lab

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Represented with Dominique Arce, MD is a transformative podcast aiming to disrupt the status quo in healthcare by focusing on diversity, equity, and inclusion. Through thought-provoking episodes, the program aspires to empower healthcare professionals and communities to enact real-world solutions. Beyond dialogue, Represented is building a community committed to fostering a more equitable healthcare landscape. Produced by Larry Chu, MD, Stanford Anesthesia Informatics and Media (AIM) Lab.
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One hundred years after Australia elected its very first female parliamentarian, journalist Annabel Crabb and comedian Steph Tisdell chart the rise of female politicians in Australian politics and the unbelievable things they got up to along the way.
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One of my students recently realised that true allyship isn't just about calling people out—there's a more effective and impactful approach that feels sustainable. This prompted me to share the things a lot of people are getting wrong about racial equity and in so doing making their journey a lot more complex than it needs to be. Key takeaways you'…
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I'm joined by the phenomenal Annastacia Wainaina—a renowned speaker, coach, culture and leadership strategist, podcaster, author, and passionate advocate for children's protection and adoption. Annastacia's magnetic presence and unwavering commitment to making a difference have touched countless lives, leaving an indelible mark on the hearts of all…
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Meet Stephanie MacKinnon, an internationally award-nominated Certified Life and Liberatory Leadership Coach, who brings over a decade of community facilitation experience and a Master's in Adult Education. Stephanie's expertise lies in helping changemakers and business owners navigate and resist the oppressive impacts of late-stage capitalism to re…
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I sit down with Brenda Gaddi, the inspiring founder and managing director of Women of Colour Australia (WoCA). Brenda, a first-generation migrant from Manila, has spent over a decade building communities and advocating for racial equity. We explore the origins of the term "Women of Colour," discuss Brenda’s personal journey, including how her mothe…
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Building on the allyship discussion we've been having for the last couple of weeks, today we're diving into the concept of white saviourism. This often unnoticed behaviour can undermine genuine allyship and perpetuate harmful dynamics. I'll break down what white saviourism is, explore relatable examples, and discuss how to avoid it to become a more…
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I'm exploring a topic that's evolved significantly over the past few years: racial equity in small online businesses, particularly in the personal development and coaching industry. In 2024, we're witnessing a shift in the landscape of racial equity work. While global interest may have waned, especially within corporate structures, there's a resoun…
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I'm excited to explore with you the world of allyship—but not just any allyship. I'm talking about performative allyship and how to identify it. What are the pitfalls of performative activism, and the one most powerful exercise to know if you are being performative. Here's what you can expect: ▶ Unpacking the issue around using the term ally ▶ Othe…
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Since 2020, we've seen a surge in online gatherings, but as virtual events become the norm, how do we ensure they're inclusive and welcoming to everyone, especially from a racial perspective? Join me as I share actionable strategies to create racial inclusion, promote diversity, and make virtual spaces feel like home for all. Here are some of the k…
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I'm addressing a question many women of colour face: How To Network in White Spaces. I share my personal experience of being the only Black woman in many rooms both in person and virtually and the challenges that come with it, from feeling isolated to facing microaggressions and unconscious biases. Despite these setback, you can still build your co…
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Join me for this conversation with Jolinda Johnson, a Certified Life Coach and Holistic Health Coach, as she shares her journey of supporting changemakers and revolutionaries in reclaiming their spark amidst burnout. From her 5-step resilience blueprint to navigating burnout as a woman of colour, Jolinda unpacks the nuances of resilience, microaggr…
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I love this conversation with Bec Buchanan, the visionary force behind Straight Up Bookkeeping. We discuss her extraordinary journey from corporate accountant to pioneering leader in the realm of virtual bookkeeping for purpose-led businesses. Bec shares how her commitment to racial equity and inclusivity has not only transformed her company but al…
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Tune in to the profound insights and transformative wisdom of Shannon Dunn, an international award-winning businesswoman, coach, and author, as she shares her extraordinary journey of integrity, inclusion, and impact. From resisting fleeting trends in the online coaching industry to embracing lifelong commitments, Shannon's story illuminates the po…
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I'm joined by my coach Jess Miller who is an integrative business strategist redefining success through safety, simplicity, and self-trust. We discuss Jess's journey from a multi-award-winning 7-figure business owner to a values-driven changemaker, prioritising racial equity and inclusion in the online business landscape. We explore the catalysts b…
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Over the last couple of weeks we've seen the topic of reverse racism take centre stage in the media following Matilda's captain Sam Kerr's charge on racial harassment against a police officer. I'm weighing in on this often misunderstood topic and offering a perspective that I hope will provide you with clarity on race and racism. Mentions: The Good…
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We are going behind the scenes with Enda Gilbert, an internationally certified parental burnout practitioner to address the unique challenges faced by Black migrant women who are building businesses. We discuss the highs and lows of her path to establishing Enda Gilbert Coaching and Consultancy, offering a candid look at the often-unspoken difficul…
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I engage in a captivating conversation with Elma Akob, CEO of Elevate Africa Academy and TEDx speaker. Together, we explore the intersection of Western feminism and its impact on the unique challenges faced by Black African women. From cancel culture to the dichotomy of global feminist concepts, Elma provides a fresh perspective. Get ready for insi…
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There's this common urge we all feel, especially when delving into the complexities of racial equity – that desire to have someone just spell it out for us, to say, "Just tell me what to do." Well, here's the thing: I've got three key insights to share with you about why this mentality might not be serving you as well as you think. So, if you've ev…
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In the pursuit of dismantling systemic racism, many well-intentioned individuals find themselves shackled by an unexpected adversary – perfectionism. Today, I'm diving into the toxic dance between perfectionism and anti-racism work, exploring how this quest for flawlessness may unwittingly perpetuate the very structures we aim to dismantle. If you …
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Today's episode has been inspired by a past student who shared with me that she was learning from multiple educators at the same time. I've seen this occur quite a few times with online business owners who are so keen to grow that they want to learn from different educators simultaneously. So I'm cutting through the fluff and sharing why this is a …
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In this inspiring episode of the Represented podcast, hosted by Stanford University School of Medicine's Anesthesia, Informatics and Media Lab, we feature a compelling interview with Dr. Dominique Arce. Conducted by Angel Ndubisi, a pre-medical student, and Tomoko Wilson, a medical student, this conversation explores Dr. Arce’s remarkable journey i…
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Cultural appropriation is a heated topic that comes up in the online space on a regular basis. If you've never paid attention before or found the topic too difficult to understand, you'll want to listen to this episode. I explore the impact of cultural appropriation in business, define cultural appropriation in a way that you will be able to rememb…
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I'm tackling the nuanced topic of white tears and the crucial role of holding space for them. I take you behind the scenes to share a personal moment from a brave client who discusses her painful journey carrying shame and guilt. I explore the concept of white fragility and how it gives rise to white tears, as well as the importance of hearing from…
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In this heartfelt episode, I had the privilege of welcoming my very first guest, Nartarsha Bamblett, a powerful advocate and educator for First Nations people in Australia. Nartarsha, also known as Queen Acknowledgments, shares the origins of her name and how it reflects her journey of healing and self-development. We discuss the significance of Ac…
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In this episode, I'm diving into some eye opening predictions for the future of racial inclusion in the online coaching industry. I'm sharing six key insights that touch on important areas like racial inclusion in programs, the increasing demand for diverse perspectives, a shift in global advertising strategies, reimagining payment plans, making de…
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In this episode of REPRESENTED podcast, the focus is on understanding the critical importance of prioritising inclusion work within the framework of business strategies. Often perceived as an optional addition, inclusion work is revealed to be an integral component of successful and sustainable business models. I share compelling case studies, illu…
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Hey there lovely. Welcome to the REPRESENTED podcast. I'm Annie Gichuru your host and Racial Equity Coach for online business owners who are ready to build racially equitable businesses so they can be intentionally inclusive. If you've been on the look out for a podcast that can gently lead you on your racial awareness and inclusion journey, I'm ex…
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Join us for the debut of Represented Podcast, coming soon. If you’re enjoying our conversations, don’t forget to hit ‘Subscribe’ on Spotify, Apple Music, or Google Play to never miss an episode. But that’s not all—make sure to visit our website at represented.health for episode-specific tips on creating impactful change in your community, sourced d…
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In a compelling episode of the Represented podcast, Dr. Joyce Sackey, Stanford Medicine's inaugural Chief Equity Diversity and Inclusion Officer, offers an insightful discourse on her lifelong commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion in healthcare. From her roots in Ghana to her influential roles in leading U.S. medical institutions, Dr. Sack…
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In a moving episode of Represented, Dr. Mukta Panda shares her personal and professional evolution, from grappling with her identity as an international medical graduate in America to becoming a trailblazer for inclusivity in the medical community. Her candid recount of overcoming self-doubt and discrimination is a powerful narrative of transformat…
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Transformative Encounters In this inspiring episode, we delve into Dr. Erik Brodt's life-changing moment during a summer program at the University of Minnesota Duluth, where he met his first Native American physician—a pivotal encounter that expanded his vision of what he could achieve. Resilience in the Face of Tragedy Dr. Brodt shares a profound …
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In the early days of the women's suffrage movement, some argued that the presence of females in parliament would bring a better moral tone to politics. The Women's Suffrage League in South Australia was first called the Social Purity Society and lobbied to protect women from the scourges of booze, gambling and violence. But some men were concerned …
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Enid Lyons, the first woman in the House of Representatives had 11 children. But ever since she entered politics, women have been bombarded with questions about their kids. Sometimes it's about who is minding their children, or why they don't have children at all. Annabel and Steph chat about why we are so focused on the child-bearing capacity of o…
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Annabel has spent the last year interviewing female politicians of all ages and political persuasions. They have plenty of different views, but on one issue, they were nearly all in agreement. When a woman suggests a good idea, it is often ignored until a man says exactly the same thing. So, female politicians have had to concoct some inventive way…
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There's a clear uniform for men in politics: a suit for weekdays, no tie on weekends and an Akubra if you are making a rural announcement. But fashion isn't so straightforward for women. Annabel and Steph ponder why we are so obsessed with how our female politicians look and how much time is wasted on hair and makeup. It is estimated that during he…
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Former Liberal staffer Brittany Higgins triggered a #MeToo moment in Canberra this year when she alleged she had been raped by a colleague in Parliament House in 2019. Her story inspired others to come forward and share their own stories of harassment, including one prominent former politician who alleges that she was assaulted by a colleague in Ol…
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A podcast about the history of women in Australian politics. One hundred years after Australia’s first female parliamentarian, journalist Annabel Crabb and comedian Steph Tisdell look at how women have shaped politics from the first women to speak in the House of Representatives, the first to bring a baby to work with them and the ones who broke th…
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Content warnings to be added at a later date.Our first live episode and the end of season 1. Ed does his best to convince Grace, Nemo and G that Christmas in Pemberly, Ohio is a magical affair.Adventurers Wanted Youtube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCojnSd8cqBKlvS-A_KGdmLgAsian Pirate Musical: https://vaultfestival.com/whats-on/the-cobb…
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It's the end of Season 1! Thanks for listening, see you next year!cw: NSFW, death, cults, extensive misogyny, fatphobia, discussions of racism (specifically against Native Americans, Asians, Egyptians), homophobic language, ableist language, animal cruelty, reference to pedophilia, fetishisation of lesbians, biphobia.This week, Grace tells G, Tosin…
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Rachel chats with Tricia Todd, MPH, Interim Director for the UMN Pre-Health Student Resource Center. They get into the value of exposing yourself to medicine early, choosing ethical and legitimate global health experiences, and translating your passions into the highlights of your application. Email us your questions at represent@umn.edu.…
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