Ooh, She’s Speaking is a podcast dedicated to frank, honest, and respectful discussions on racism and racial reconciliation in the U.S.
Speaking of Racism: Moving Toward Humanity Part 2 with Marcie Walker From Black Coffee With White Friends
Join Jen and Marcie for part 2 of their conversation. Marcie Walker is the writer, creator, and creative behind the wildly popular website and Instagram page- Black Coffee With White Friends. In this episode, Marcie talks about having parents who grew up during Jim Crow and how that may have impacted their parenting, what happened when she shared honestly about race and racism with a larger audience, how to engage conversations about race with healthy boundaries, and an exciting new project that she is preparing to share with the world!
SPEAKING OF RACISM: MOVING TOWARD HUMANITY WITH MARCIE WALKER FROM BLACK COFFEE WITH WHITE FRIENDS
On this episode, Marcie Walker from Black Coffee With White Friends joins Jen to talk about her life, her passions, and the inspiration behind her wildly popular website and Instagram space- Black Coffee With White Friends. Marcie shares her passion for human connection, truth-telling, and authenticity as she navigates life as a mother, storyteller, and peacemaker. You can find her website at www.blackcoffeewithwhitefriends.com and follow her on Instagram @blackcoffeewithwhitefriends
Speaking of Racism Episode 15: Defining White Supremacy with Calvin Moore
Calvin Moore is a historian and the host of Leading Questions with Calvin Moore. On today's show, he joins Jen to discuss White Supremacy, its definition, and why we aren't as removed from it in this nation as we think we are.
Speaking of Racism: Episode 14: BIRTH OF A WHITE NATION: THE INVENTION OF WHITE PEOPLE AND ITS RELEVANCE TODAY WITH AUTHOR JACQUELINE BATTALORA
The time has come for our April book discussion. On this episode, Jen speaks with the author, Jaqueline Battalora about the book, early Colonial history, the creation of whiteness as an umbrella identity, and so much more.
Jacqueline Battalora is the author of, Birth of a White Nation: The Invention of White People and Its Relevance Today, and numerous articles. She is an attorney and professor of sociology at Saint Xavier University, Chicago and a former Chicago Police Officer. Battalora is an editor for the Journal of Understanding and Dismantling Privilege.
Speaking of Racism: THE HISTORY BEHIND STEREOTYPES WITH CALVIN MOORE
On this episode, Calvin Moore from Leading Questions joins us to discuss stereotypes, history, and the importance of understanding our past. Calvin is a historian with a passion for engaging difficult conversations and he opens up about what life was like as a black man living in predominantly white spaces. He gives advice on engaging anti-racism work and shares some of his top book recommendations on the topic.
The Power of Photography in Storytelling and Reclaiming History
Michael W. Thomas is a photographer and life-long student of history. He sits on the Board of Directors at the Marietta Museum of History and teaches classes on African American history. In this episode, we talk about him growing up in Marietta, the importance of history, and the power of photography in telling stories and reclaiming history. Michael will join us a regular contributor on Speaking of Racism.
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Props to Jen for not sitting on the sidelines but actually doing something constructive to try to move the conversation forward. Really appreciate her bravery vulnerability authenticity. Here is someone taking what time she's learned from embodying "doing your work" and living in community with others.
Love this podcast... content is fantastic and topics so relevant. I wish the audio quality was better. I want to listen to every episode, but have trouble hearing the voices of the people being interviewed on the other end of the phone.