Historically Black
Historically Black
Oct 31, 2016
The Path to Founding an HBCU
Play episode · 14 min
Born into slavery, William Hooper Councill founded one of the nation's first HBCUs, Alabama A&M University. Negotiating the racial politics of Reconstruction and the dawn of Jim Crow was dangerous work. Councill was a peer of Booker T. Washington's and is remembered for his accommodating stance toward whites. His complicated story helps us understand the times he lived in and the legacy of HBCUs.
GirlTrek's Black History Bootcamp
GirlTrek's Black History Bootcamp
Morgan Dixon + Vanessa Garrison
Prayer Edition | Day 18 | Bob Marley
Many of us know the story of Bob Marley.  He was born in St. Ann, Jamaica to a Syrian Jewish man and an African woman.  He struggled to find his place in the world.  Through that struggle, he found a voice that would help liberate millions around the world.  Bob Marley, Peter Tosh, Bunny Wailer, Max Romeo, and scores of other musicians would serve as spiritual vessels for a powerful message of liberation and love for African people across the diaspora.  We also know that Bob Marley was shot by his own people (classic hero's journey - see Jesus, Malcolm X, Nipsey Hussle) but he miraculously did not die. He went on to perform the most powerful, politically unifying, spiritually-pure concert the planet has ever seen. We lost our hero too young.  His cause of transition was the sun - you don't get more poetic. But what did he believe?  That's what we will explore today. On today's call, we will crank up classic anthems and dive into the Rastafari Movement of the 1930s. This was Christian synchronicity in a cloak of African reverence with a powerful agenda for social reform.  Don't miss this conversation and pavement party.  Rastafari positions the Bible as liberation theology, and I'm here for it. Join GirlTrek’s Black History Bootcamp - The Prayer Edition at blackhistorybootcamp.com to receive specially curated emails with prayers, survival tips, speeches + dedicated songs to listen to for each episode. Together we will discover the stories of 21 spiritual warriors. Disclaimer: We do not own the rights to the music played during this broadcast. Original content can be found here: Black History Bootcamp - Bob Marley Episode Playlist: https://open.spotify.com/playlist/0tluC8Zgccjenw8xe6SR9m?si=EYf6Z8LiTdKZ34h4aBUFjQ
54 min
QueerWOC
QueerWOC
QueerWOC
Ep 95: Compassion Fatigue & Cake Questions
Money shares some alliterative strategies to prevent compassion fatigue, gives some suggestions of pods you might like if you love Nikeeta’s word, celebrates Ghanaian filmmaker Selasie Djameh as QueerWOC of the week and shares about her new favorite toy =P Intro by TRUTH of Mother Nature. If you love the intro, listen to their new album Portalz here: https://open.spotify.com/album/0KWoevXqscd4eMWNZpodAE?si=l67fMsjnQUOKuZ89QtCZzA Where to find us: IG & Twitter - @queerwocpod FB - https://www.facebook.com/QueerWOCpod/ Tumblr - www.QueerWOC.com Listen to us on Soundcloud, Stitcher, Castbox, PocketCasts Contribute to QueerWOC via CashApp: $QueerWOCPod Become a Patron: https://www.patreon.com/queerwocpod Love us out loud by doing The R’s: Rate, Review, Request, Repost, Retweet, and Reply! Use the hashtag #QueerWOC to talk all things the podcast Send us an email or submit your Curved Chronicles: QueerWOCpod@gmail.com QueerWOC of the Week 00:05:15 Selasie Djameh selasiedjameh.com/about-me/ Ghanaian film director and cinematographer Creator of “Baby Girl” - a short film The film tells the story of Jessica, a 19-year-old student who suffers an emotional breakdown following the discovery that she is intersex; but when she meets free-spirited Sally and Charles, she releases that she can be herself and still find acceptance. Intersex awareness day October 26 https://interactadvocates.org/intersex-awareness-day-for-allies/?fbclid=IwAR3JYFfV06Eci5KyaNx-dRr3VVWms9fVo8NXDgDsXuK_QZP47vHH3K6bheg4 Community Contributors 00:12:40 New patrons: Jordany & Brittany Cash App: Sami & Dominique Review from Marimar Borders are fake shoutouts - Secaucus, NJ / Mcdonough, GA / Greenbelt, MD / Alexandra for always emailing us and for putting me on to the 5 sentence or less email & VanityCurvz & Charismatic_P for always holding us down on IG Mental Moment with Money 00:18:11 C’s for Compassion. C - Check your capacity to respond C - Clarify the request C - Consider all elements of your wellness and where you will be giving from (7 dimensions of wellness Mental Moment from ep 58 https://soundcloud.com/queerwoc/wellandwack ) C - Create your own post-helping recovery Word 00:36:36 Here are some pods you might like if you love Nikeeta’s Word Red Nation https://soundcloud.com/therednationpod The Dig https://www.thedigradio.com/ Delete Your Account https://deleteyouraccount.libsyn.com/ Topic 00:41:20 Money answers the Tumblr Cake Questions Curved Chronicle 00:55:08 https://www.etsy.com/shop/WanderingBardToys?ref=simple-shop-header-name&listing_id=756273243 Link for Wandering Bard Toys. Tell them QueerWOC sent you :D
1 hr 4 min
Intersectionality Matters!
Intersectionality Matters!
African American Policy Forum
29. Black Men For Trump?: The Overdue Conversation on Patriarchy & Misogynoir in Black Politics
In this “barbershop edition” of Intersectionality Matters, which was recorded live on October 28th, Kimberlé is joined by a panel of activists, scholars, and writers to discuss, patriarchy, misogynoir, and why a small but meaningful minority of Black men, including prominent celebrities like 50 Cent and Ice Cube, are choosing to support President Trump this election. Led by AAPF Co-Founder Luke Charles Harris, this roundtable conversation explores what genuine self-love looks like for Black men, the relationship between racism, sexism, homophobia, and transphobia in the Black community, and how we can imagine different, more empowering futures for ourselves and our communities. With:
 WADE DAVIS - Former player and first LGBT inclusion consultant at the NFL LUKE CHARLES HARRIS - Co-founder, African American Policy Forum; Associate Professor, Vassar College KIESE LAYMON - Author of Heavy and Long Division; Professor, the University of Mississippi
 MARLON PETERSON - Host of DEcarcerated Podcast; Author of Bird Uncaged: An Abolitionist’s Freedom Song (upcoming) ALVIN STARKS - Director of the Equality Team, Open Society Foundations Hosted by Kimberlé Crenshaw (@sandylocks)
 Produced by Julia Sharpe-Levine Edited by Asal Ehsanipour, Rebecca Scheckman, and Julia Sharpe-Levine
 Additional support provided by the African American Policy Forum
 Music by Blue Dot Sessions
 Follow us at @intersectionalitymatters, @IMKC_podcast
1 hr 6 min
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