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Today's news and action items for a more equitable tomorrow. Hosted by Nicole Cardoza. Five minutes a day, seven days a week, ready by 6am EST. Subscribe to our daily newsletter at subscribe.the-ard.com and follow us on social media @ardtakeaction. 

    Why decentering whiteness is critical to creating inclusive spaces.

    Why decentering whiteness is critical to creating inclusive spaces.

    Happy Monday, and happy solar eclipse day! Can't believe I get to witness this from my backyard! I'm also looking forward to tomorrow's workshop on decentering whiteness. As I was preparing the slides, I thought it was worth covering the topic briefly here. I'm curious – what has this practice looked like for you on your personal journey?This podcast uses computer-generated audio. Inconsistencies may occur.Explore this topic and all the referenced material in today’s episode by visiting our w...

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    Sam Cooke | Black History Month

    Sam Cooke | Black History Month

    Sam Cooke (1931-1964), hailed as the "King of Soul," was a singer, songwriter and activist who significantly transformed soul music. Between 1956 and 1964, he charted 29 Top 40 pop singles and 20 Top Ten R&B singles. Cooke's promising career was abruptly ended when he was fatally shot in 1964.Read the full newsletter >28 Days of Black History is our free, month-long series where we celebrate stories of Black leaders and their impact on arts, culture, and society. Look for "Black Histor...

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    Edmonia Lewis | Black History Month

    Edmonia Lewis | Black History Month

    Edmonia Lewis is considered the first Afro-Native American professional sculptor to achieve international recognition for her work. Little is known about Lewis' life, as the sculptor was notorious for embellishing details of her life to captivate her audience. What is known is she was a remarkable artist who thwarted the constraints placed before her in a white male-dominated field. Read the full newsletter >28 Days of Black History is our free, month-long series where we celebrate s...

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    John H. Johnson | Black History Month

    John H. Johnson | Black History Month

    During a time when Black people were only depicted as criminals or not represented at all, John H. Johnson carved out a space in print journalism that offered an authentic and diverse representation of Black America to Black America. Learn more about his life and legacy in today's episode. You can read today's episode in its original newsletter format using this link >We’d love to hear your reflections on today’s episode - email us at hello@antiracismdaily.com. Include the title of th...

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    Virgil Abloh | Black History Month

    Virgil Abloh | Black History Month

    Virgil Abloh was a fashion designer, architect, designer and influencer. In that role, he became the titular fashion brand’s first Black artistic director, and one of the few in the industry. His work, merging streetwear with luxury, gained him international acclaim, a position on Time magazine's 100 Most Influential People list in 2018, and recognition for transforming fashion.Read the full newsletter >28 Days of Black History is our free, month-long series where we celebrate stories of B...

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    Gordon Parks | Black History Month

    Gordon Parks | Black History Month

    Gordon Parks (1912 –2016) was a photographer, composer, film director, author, and poet known for his documentary photojournalism on civil rights and poverty. Read the full newsletter >28 Days of Black History is our free, month-long series where we celebrate stories of Black leaders and their impact on arts, culture and society. Look for "Black History Month" in titles of other episodes in this podcast.We’d love to hear your reflections on today’s episode - email us at hello@antiracismdai...

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