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REDEFINING focuses on the intersection of culture & media, identity and social justice, all through a psychological lens. We weave our personal experiences from a variety of backgrounds and in our daily lives and professions—including in education, mental health, technology, media and law—with vetted academic research and the insight of expert guests. Through focused episodes, we aim to deeply unlearn and relearn— redefine—misunderstood and ignored concepts in society that affect marginalized groups. We give voice to a diverse range of populations are oppressed on the basis of race, gender, sexuality, disability, and other differences, with a focus on Intersectionality.

[REDEFINING] The podcast on psychology, social justice, and the everyday Divya K Chhabra & Sophia Ines Espinoza

    • Sciences sociales

REDEFINING focuses on the intersection of culture & media, identity and social justice, all through a psychological lens. We weave our personal experiences from a variety of backgrounds and in our daily lives and professions—including in education, mental health, technology, media and law—with vetted academic research and the insight of expert guests. Through focused episodes, we aim to deeply unlearn and relearn— redefine—misunderstood and ignored concepts in society that affect marginalized groups. We give voice to a diverse range of populations are oppressed on the basis of race, gender, sexuality, disability, and other differences, with a focus on Intersectionality.

    A Thousand Little Cuts: Microaggressions & Microinterventions

    A Thousand Little Cuts: Microaggressions & Microinterventions

    As parts of society are now beginning to wake to centuries of anti-Black racism and white supremacy rooted in colonialism, we’ve begun talking about microaggressions more widely and acknowledging them as prevalent and harmful. But what can we actually do to prevent, intervene and mitigate when we’re the target of a microaggression or observe one transpire?

    • 1h 3 min

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