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Empowerment Starts Here is a podcast that explores power, social change and disrupting the margins.

Empowerment Starts Here Angela Dye

    • Society & Culture
    • 4.9, 10 Ratings

Empowerment Starts Here is a podcast that explores power, social change and disrupting the margins.

    ESH (Empowerment Starts Here)

    ESH (Empowerment Starts Here)

    This episode will be of special interest to show fans who have committed to travel with the hose in the project. She's transparent, sincere, and quirky. Take a listen to learn what cases she will cover next!

    • 27 min
    Capital and School Choice

    Capital and School Choice

    In this episode, the informant talks about the capital required for parents to enroll their children in charter public schools and the ways in which this requirement violates the tenets of free education.  In the close out, the host adds to the conversation by talking about democratic education from the angle of property, privilege and power.  Visit empowermentstartshere.net (2019 Reflections) to access the show notes. 

    • 1 hr 10 min
    EduColor

    EduColor

    In the recorded conversation, the Informant talks about public school employment for educators of color and how it differs from what their white counterparts experience. He also talks about educators of color only being allowed to teach in under-resourced schools and finally, he talks about different access points to privilege and power.  

    In the close out of the episode, the Hosts talks about her views on traditional and charter public schools.

    • 1 hr 13 min
    Racism

    Racism

    Contrary to public treatment, racism is not just about the n-word. It is also not just about blatant discrimination on the grounds of color.  In this episode, the host talks about the subtleties of racism at the interpersonal level relating to legitimacy, authority and the control of resources.   For a full description and the show notes, please click here.

    • 43 min
    Black Love

    Black Love

    In the Case of Black Love, the informants talk about happiness, love, sex, sexuality, sexual assault, black men, black women, black consciousness, R. Kelly, Judge Kavanough, polyamory and monogamy, white patriarchy, black matriarchy, and much, much more!

    In the close out, the host talks about the causal relationship (made throughout the conversation) between black men and black love.

    • 1 hr 57 min
    Words

    Words

    In this episode, the informant shares insight on words and the human experience those words represent. She talks about writing, publishing and the development of the mind. In the close out, the host talks about a mental function called chunking and how it is essential for experts and the highly creative mind.

    • 1 hr 19 min

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