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Mixed Month is a month long workshop series in October 2020 created by Mixed@Berkeley. Join us to learn something new!
Oct 31, 2020
The Hard History of Gynecology and Why it Matters
This podcast aims to take a deeper look at the racist and sexist history of gynecology and obstetrics in order to call for much needed overhaul of the still racist practices used today. These blaring issues are highlighted as to validate AFAB patients, particularly people of color, mistrust of the medical community. It is my hope that with this knowledge people are empowered and able to advocate for care that acknowledges and aims to correct the generational trauma caused by the racist history that we discuss. Savannah and Sahra are both medics at the Berkeley Free Clinic and are speaking from their training and work experience.
1 hr 4 min
Oct 26, 2020
The Illusion of the American College Experience
Sahra and Nicole touch on the so-called "American college experience," as well as tips and tricks on applying to college, and especially how to pay for it. Tune in if you're looking to attend college soon, and want advice from people with the not-so-typical college application process experience.
1 hr 15 min
Oct 19, 2020
Living in the Master’s House: Displacement, Exposure, and Confinement in the United States
* This podcast will explore ways that shelter and space have been racialized, commodified, and systemically denied throughout the history of the United States. We will investigate the politics of housing segregation as it is enacted through settler-colonial dispossession, redlining, gentrification, exposure to environmental hazards, and disparate access to necessary resources such as food and water. * Cited books: The Color of Law by Richard Rothstein Extreme Cities by Ashley Dawson A Different Mirror by Ronald Takaki Slave Patrols by Sally Hadden Other recommended reading: Sister Outsider by Audre Lorde Assata: An Autobiography by Assata Shakur Lectures on Liberation by Angela Davis. For more about the history of housing segregation in the Bay Area specifically, the Haas study “Roots, Race, and Place,” available online, is a good place to start. Links to donate to the orgs we mentioned: People’s Breakfast Oakland - Venmo @Peoples-Programs California St. Collective - Venmo @CalStCollective Moms 4 Housing - https://moms4housing.org Sogorea Te’ Land Trust - https://sogoreate-landtrust.org
Oct 12, 2020
Using Nonviolent Communication (NVC) as a Vehicle for Understanding Gender DIversity & Reproductive Justice
In this podcast, you will hear from Kayla Hurd, a local community member who is also a pre-med student interested in exploring sexual health through a non-heteronormative & non-binary lense. They will be offering their perspective as a two-spirited person on the topics of gender diversity and reproductive justice. Listen to this podcast to learn about how non-violent communication is a crucial factor in understanding the nuances of these interesting topics.
1 hr 17 min
Oct 5, 2020
Militantly Mixed, Saige's Perspective
Militantly Mixed is a podcast about race and identity from the Mixed Race perspective. Every week, Sharmane Fury speaks with a different person of Mixed Race/ Multi-Ethnic heritage to discuss their own Mixed experience. This episode features Saige Simien, a Co-Retention Director at Mixed@Berkeley! Thanks for listening.
Oct 1, 2020
Turkish Tea with Southern Biscuits
On this new episode of the Mixed Month podcast, we are happy to host Zainab Antepli! Zainab will be discussing her experience with growing up in the South as a Turkish-Muslim in an immigrant family. A big theme of the discussion will be intersectionality, and how someone’s background and experiences deeply impact their view of the world. Please join us for a warm conversation that highlights the importance of intersectionality in understanding individuals and gaining a more complete picture of our incredibly diverse and multifaceted society. Thanks for listening!
Sep 28, 2020
Mixed Month Intro
Welcome to the Mixed Month podcast series! We're so happy you're here. Listen to this intro to learn more about Mixed@Berkeley and more about the podcast series!