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Insufferable Academics takes you beyond research and safe spaces and into the lived experiences behind the data.
Pull up a seat as we talk with armchair intellectuals, book nerds, backseat pontificators and scholars alike.  
At IA, there’s only real talk without filters. So sit back, grab your spiced tea or your half-caf/decaf and learn something...from Insufferable Academics 

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Insufferable Academics takes you beyond research and safe spaces and into the lived experiences behind the data.
Pull up a seat as we talk with armchair intellectuals, book nerds, backseat pontificators and scholars alike.  
At IA, there’s only real talk without filters. So sit back, grab your spiced tea or your half-caf/decaf and learn something...from Insufferable Academics 

    Mental Health Amidst Dual Pandemics (S5 E7)

    Mental Health Amidst Dual Pandemics (S5 E7)

    Mental Health Amidst Dual Pandemics

    While the world has been dealing with the COVID-19 pandemic, Black people have been dealing with the continuous effects of racial injustice. The pandemic and politics of our nation spotlights the need for additional conversation on the mental health of Black people to survive. IA will explore the importance of mental health and the intervention strategies that will need to be considered.

    Associate Producer - Dr. Natalie V. Nagthall 

    Special guest: Dr. Yvette Drake 


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    • 42 min
    Racial Justice in the Academy; Amplifying the voices of Black women Part II (S5 E7)

    Racial Justice in the Academy; Amplifying the voices of Black women Part II (S5 E7)

    (Part II) On the heels of America facing a racial reckoning post-the murder of George Floyd, academia has been forced to examine its role in perpetuating racism and anti-blackness as illustrated with the hashtag turned movement:#BlackInTheIvory.

    Amplifying the voices of Black women in the academy, IA will explore this topic and the structures that need to be put in place for Blackademics to not only survive but thrive in the academy.

    Special guests: Dr. Donna J. Nicol & Dr. Natalie V. Nagthall (IA Associate Producer)


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    • 32 min
    Racial Justice in the Academy; Amplifying the voices of Black women Part I (S5 E6)

    Racial Justice in the Academy; Amplifying the voices of Black women Part I (S5 E6)

    On the heels of America facing a racial reckoning post-the murder of George Floyd, academia has been forced to examine its role in perpetuating racism and anti-blackness as illustrated with the hashtag turned movement:#BlackInTheIvory. 

    Amplifying the voices of Black women in the academy, IA will explore this topic and the structures that need to be put in place for Blackademics to not only survive but thrive in the academy.

    Special guests: Dr. Donna J. Nicol & Dr. Natalie V. Nagthall (IA Associate Producer) 


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    • 30 min
    A 'dual pandemic' reflection: Addressing mental health and supporting our k12 educators (Part II)

    A 'dual pandemic' reflection: Addressing mental health and supporting our k12 educators (Part II)

    We are in the midst of a 'dual pandemic.' Acknowledging the impact of COVID 19 and the public health crisis that is racism, along with the burgeoning mental health pandemic in view, our guests  reflect on the year in review. Our inaugural IA panel join us to discuss supports for our k12 educators, students and communities.

    Special guests: Ms. Ardelia Aldridge (Asst. Producer), Dr. Cherilynne Hollowell and Dr. Jocelyn Johnson


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    • 30 min
    Season Five Bonus clip_Beats by Deemo

    Season Five Bonus clip_Beats by Deemo

    Season Five Bonus clip_Beats by Deemo

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    Stillness with Purpose; Revisiting your personal brand Season 5 Episode 4 (Part 2 of 2)

    Stillness with Purpose; Revisiting your personal brand Season 5 Episode 4 (Part 2 of 2)

    Dr. Aerial M. Ellis, author of "The Original Millennial: Lessons in Leadership for the Millennial Generation," speaker and managing principal of Advisory 83, joins Insufferable Academics as we continue our series on value and your personal brand, during Women's HERstory month (in the US).

    Pull up a seat for this pod’versation with @drjalinbjohnson and special guests.

    Show contributors: IA AP Tosha Bright (B.Right Media LLC), IA AP Dr. Leigh Sata, & Stephanie Walton (The Passion Architect)

    Stillness with Purpose; Revisiting your personal brand   Season 5 Episode 4 (Part 2 of 2)


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    • 30 min

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