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This show is designed to call in, support, and provide loving accountability for white women in anti-racism work. If you have ever questioned your role and approach in this work or wondered how you can create an impact for racial equity and justice you are in the right place. Our conversations are all about how we can work together to build a safe, loving, and inclusive world.

Racially Responsible with Rorri Geller-Mohamed Rorri Geller-Mohamed

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This show is designed to call in, support, and provide loving accountability for white women in anti-racism work. If you have ever questioned your role and approach in this work or wondered how you can create an impact for racial equity and justice you are in the right place. Our conversations are all about how we can work together to build a safe, loving, and inclusive world.

    021 Homeschooling & Teaching History with Delina Pryce McPhaull

    021 Homeschooling & Teaching History with Delina Pryce McPhaull

    In this episode, Delina and I talk about her Oh Freedom homeschooling curriculum and how kids and their grown ups can learn real history with a focus on understanding, empathy, and accuracy.  We also talk about how to navigate the emotional aspects of teaching and learning history.   

    Delina Pryce McPhaull is a writer, editorial consultant, and homeschooling mom living in rural Texas with her husband, kids, and koi. She is the owner of Woke Homeschooling where she creates resources for conscious and inclusive homeschooling families. She loves a good story — in a book, tv show, movie, documentary or in conversation with a dear friend. She loves asking questions and learning new things. This summer, she's learning how to bake pies and empanadas. You can connect with her on Instagram - @wokehomeschooling. Find out more about Woke Homeschooling at wokehomeschooling.com

    Links from this episode:

    Instagram - @wokehomeschooling

    wokehomeschooling.com



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    • 36 min
    020 Educating Kids About Social Justice with Pranoo Kumar

    020 Educating Kids About Social Justice with Pranoo Kumar

    In this episode, Pranoo and I talk about her amazing social justice children's bookstore, how to talk to kids about hard topics, what teaching children about activism can look like, and the importance of children seeing themselves reflected in the stories they read and learning through the stories of others. 

    Pranoo Kumar is a proud daughter of Konkani Indian immigrants, a career changer from medicine to education, and an activist committed to inclusive education.  Her previous experiences include elementary teacher, coach and founder of school systems/ programs on the East and West Coast. She created her own education consulting experience, divHERse, serving as the Founder and Educational Leader, focused on ensuring retention and representation of women of Color in ed leadership. Projects include: Education and Training Specialist with Future Leaders Incubator, Pre-K Design with Zeta Charter Schools, SEL Curriculum with Inner City Innovators, Education Specialist with MaySea Movement (Cangrejo, Nicaragua) and Curriculum Manager at Path to College. Accolades and certifications include: two-time Teacher Excellence Award winner, Gates Foundation US K-12 Programs Panelist, and certification in PreK-4th teaching, SEL and Trauma-Informed Yoga.  She is currently the owner and founder of Rohi’s Readery, a social justice driven children’s bookstore and learning center committed to critical literacy that promotes inclusivity and diversity.

    Links from this episode:

    www.rohisreadery.com / IG: @rohisreadery and @pranoo_k

    https://www.linkedin.com/in/pranati-pranoo-kumar/

    https://linktr.ee/rohisreadery

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    • 36 min
    019 Writing As Advocacy with Alison Tedford

    019 Writing As Advocacy with Alison Tedford

    In this episode, Alison and I discuss writing as a tool for advocacy and Alison's wealth of experience doing diversity and inclusion work.  

    Alison Tedford is a diversity and inclusion consultant from Abbotsford, BC, Canada. She is an Indigenous woman with a disability who has over a decade of experience working on inclusion topics within the Canadian government and several years more in the private sector helping brands to communicate with and about marginalized populations. She has authored three books and helps small businesses learn how to be more inclusive.

    Links from this episode:

    Website: http://www.alisontedford.com

    Social media: @alisontedford Instagram & FB @alliespins on Twitter

    https://www.patreon.com/alisontedford

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    • 31 min
    018 Being Jewish and Navigating Social Justice with Halina Brooke

    018 Being Jewish and Navigating Social Justice with Halina Brooke

    In this episode, Halina and I talk about navigating social justice work and Jewish identity.  We also talk about Halina's recent project creating The Jewish Therapist Collective. 

    Halina Brooke is an associate therapist and longtime advocate for those overlooked by traditional justice endeavors.  A PhD Candidate in Counselor Education, she has a passion for supporting clients and clinicians alike through relational ruptures and distressing experiences.  You can find more information about her advocacy at the legislature and in the public square at halinabrooke.com and her clinical approach at recoursecounseling.com.  She lives in Scottsdale, Arizona.

    Links from this episode:

    halinabrooke.com

    The Jewish Therapist Collective

    recoursecounseling.com

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    • 39 min
    017 Systems, Yoga, and Non-profits with Hollie Swire

    017 Systems, Yoga, and Non-profits with Hollie Swire

    In this episode, Hollie and I discuss everything from doing anti-racism work as a white women, to using an anti-racism lens in yoga, and work in a non-profit space.  

    Hollie Swire is a social worker in the state of Massachusetts.  She received a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology at Simmons College. She acquired a Masters in Social Work from Boston College Graduate School of Social Work. She has advanced training in Yoga for Trauma & Emotional Health, Motivational Interviewing, and recently completed an Embodied Social Justice Certificate program, and the Changemakers program!

    Links from this episode:
    www.hollieswire.com 

    Instagram: @embodiedhealingbyhollie

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    • 32 min
    016 DEI in Online Learning with Nina Everflow

    016 DEI in Online Learning with Nina Everflow

    In this episode, Nina and I discuss what DEI looks like in online learning spaces, Nina's journey into anti-racism work, and what you can do to be part of creating change.  

    Join this weekend's virtual event: https://mailchi.mp/2e8455d81749/openhousejune2021

    Nina Everflow's bio: Nina Everflow plays in the space between how adults learn online and how happily we can connect authentically across difference. As a learning designer, facilitator, and published author, Nina has spent the last few years curating the best from learning specialists around the globe, examining the platforms, processes and practices that create valuable, behavior-change focused, learning experiences. A plant lover, musical theater enthusiast and seeker of the softest vegan cookie, Nina lives on the stolen land of the Powhatan, now known as Richmond, Virginia with her multi-racial family.

    Connect with Nina:

    https://www.instagram.com/nina.everflow/
    ninaeverflow.com

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    • 43 min

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