1 hr 6 min

S2:E11 - Moving Toward More Diverse Representation: w/ Austin Quinn-Davidson &  E.J.R. David The AnchorED City

    • Society & Culture

Moving Toward More Diverse Representation: w/ Austin Quinn-Davidson &  E.J.R. David


 


If you follow the news in Anchorage you might be aware that the City Assembly and the Mayor are currently at odds. One of the many areas of conflict is around the newly created position of Chief Equity Officer. What might get missed in the news coverage is the underlying issue of how Anchorage can be represented in a more equitable way. In this episode we consider how the leadership of the city can become the way it is supposed to be for all people.


 


With:


 


Austin Quinn-Davidson: former acting Mayor of Anchorage & current Assembly member – https://www.facebook.com/mayorAQD  - https://www.facebook.com/anchorageassemblyAQD - https://www.austinquinndavidson.com/ - http://www.muni.org/departments/assembly/Pages/default.aspx


 


&


 


Dr. E.J.R. David: Professor of psychology at the University of Alaska Anchorage, author, speaker and consultant - https://www.facebook.com/ejrdavid - https://ejrdavid.wixsite.com/ejrdavid


 


 


 


#allpeople


All during this season of the AnchorEd City Podcast we are exploring places in the city where things are, or are becoming, more like they should be for all people.


 


During the months of September, October, and November we are partnering with Kaladi Brothers Coffee to hear from you about what would make Anchorage the way it is supposed to be for all people. Go to: AnchorageUTC.org/allpeople for participating locations and more info.


 


Can’t make it to a café?  No worries.


You can share your thoughts by going to facebook.com/AnchorageUTC.


 


 


Resources used to make this episode:


 


https://www.adn.com/commentary/article/yes-anchorage-and-alaska-are-rich-diversity-what-about-equality/2015/07/07/


 


https://www.alaskasnewssource.com/2021/10/11/anchorages-first-ever-chief-equity-officer-fired-by-bronson-administration-naacp-says/


 

Moving Toward More Diverse Representation: w/ Austin Quinn-Davidson &  E.J.R. David


 


If you follow the news in Anchorage you might be aware that the City Assembly and the Mayor are currently at odds. One of the many areas of conflict is around the newly created position of Chief Equity Officer. What might get missed in the news coverage is the underlying issue of how Anchorage can be represented in a more equitable way. In this episode we consider how the leadership of the city can become the way it is supposed to be for all people.


 


With:


 


Austin Quinn-Davidson: former acting Mayor of Anchorage & current Assembly member – https://www.facebook.com/mayorAQD  - https://www.facebook.com/anchorageassemblyAQD - https://www.austinquinndavidson.com/ - http://www.muni.org/departments/assembly/Pages/default.aspx


 


&


 


Dr. E.J.R. David: Professor of psychology at the University of Alaska Anchorage, author, speaker and consultant - https://www.facebook.com/ejrdavid - https://ejrdavid.wixsite.com/ejrdavid


 


 


 


#allpeople


All during this season of the AnchorEd City Podcast we are exploring places in the city where things are, or are becoming, more like they should be for all people.


 


During the months of September, October, and November we are partnering with Kaladi Brothers Coffee to hear from you about what would make Anchorage the way it is supposed to be for all people. Go to: AnchorageUTC.org/allpeople for participating locations and more info.


 


Can’t make it to a café?  No worries.


You can share your thoughts by going to facebook.com/AnchorageUTC.


 


 


Resources used to make this episode:


 


https://www.adn.com/commentary/article/yes-anchorage-and-alaska-are-rich-diversity-what-about-equality/2015/07/07/


 


https://www.alaskasnewssource.com/2021/10/11/anchorages-first-ever-chief-equity-officer-fired-by-bronson-administration-naacp-says/


 

1 hr 6 min

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