35 episodes

We will discuss authentic American history in the context of current events, as well as real issues and experiences, in order to help everyday people work toward racial reconciliation in their communities; we hope to challenge the implicit bias in each of us and dismantle racist narratives on which our country was founded and our current society still relies; we want to leave listeners with specific actions they can take to affect real change in their spheres of influence.

A Different Truth Nicki Bland and Franie Robin

    • Society & Culture
    • 4.8 • 20 Ratings

We will discuss authentic American history in the context of current events, as well as real issues and experiences, in order to help everyday people work toward racial reconciliation in their communities; we hope to challenge the implicit bias in each of us and dismantle racist narratives on which our country was founded and our current society still relies; we want to leave listeners with specific actions they can take to affect real change in their spheres of influence.

    Colin in Black and White

    Colin in Black and White

    In this episode, we discuss the Netflix docuseries “Colin in Black and White” and the personal and cultural messages shared. Watch the series if you haven’t yet, then join us to hear our takeaways.

    • 1 hr 11 min
    Season 2 Part 2 - The Trailer

    Season 2 Part 2 - The Trailer

    Welcome back, everyone! We took an unconsciously planned but much-needed break from recording this summer and early fall. But we are back in the studio and are eager to share so much while we continue on this journey together.

    • 1 hr
    Fireside Chat w/ Kris Nohe and Glorya Jordan: “Beyond the Melting Pot: The Browning of America”

    Fireside Chat w/ Kris Nohe and Glorya Jordan: “Beyond the Melting Pot: The Browning of America”

    In this episode, we discuss the 30-year old article “Beyond the Melting Pot: The Browning of America” and look at the history of our current culture wars.

    • 1 hr 22 min
    Karisa Keasey: Author and Artist: “When You Can’t Go Home”

    Karisa Keasey: Author and Artist: “When You Can’t Go Home”

    In this episode, we talk to artist and author Karisa Keasey about how she is using her art to advocate for social justice for refugees.

    • 1 hr 18 min
    Blaine Robin: Another Perspective

    Blaine Robin: Another Perspective

    In this episode, we speak with Dr Blaine Robin, British Academic in North Yorkshire (England); former UK politician (2008-2012); Activist and Proponent Of Reparatory Justice for the Role Played by the British (and others) in the enslavement Of African and Caribbean people in the Transatlantic Slave trade (arguably the biggest crime against humanity), about the work he’s doing to dismantle racism in the UK.

    • 1 hr
    Cancelling Cancel Culture

    Cancelling Cancel Culture

    In this episode we discuss the “cancel culture phenomenon” and what we think it all really means.

    • 56 min

Customer Reviews

4.8 out of 5
20 Ratings

20 Ratings

bunnysco123 ,

current racial justice issues in the context of history

Interesting to hear history usually not taught in schools and to hear from real people about their experiences with systemic racism and activism. Passionate hosts and fascinating guests.

ChristieJB703 ,

Great Concept

This sounds like a great podcast. I look forward to the next episode!

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