Formerly branded as “politix with shareen”, but rebranded to serve the new me. This podcast is meant to collect and share personal anecdotes and thoughts, along with the stories of others.
Tune in for creative works such a poetry and spoken word, and with talks on all things intersectional politics, social justice, wellness, and living in 21st century America as a young woman of color.
Wellness check-in/COVID talk/& Spoken Word Poetry
I’m this episode I talk about my health/wellness lately and walk listeners through a quick mindfulness practice. I also provide some of my thoughts on the pandemic, and end with three spoken word poems.
REBRAND: Shareen’s Creative Corner, Check-In, and a Short Poem called “Fear”
Welcome back to my podcast y’all (I know it has been a while but I am excited to be back recording!) This is a short and sweet episode explaining my rebrand, and if you listen long enough (which isn’t long enough) you can enjoy a spoken word poem by me.
COVID 19: De-Politicizing and Separating Fact From Fiction
In the episode, I talk about my personal feelings about the COVID 19 pandemic. I also discuss how the pandemic is not political, and provide data on the current state of the country and NC. I also include information about common myths surrounding the virus and pandemic using this resource: https://www.who.int/emergencies/diseases/novel-coronavirus-2019/advice-for-public/myth-busters
BLACK LIVES MATTER #JUSTICEFORFLOYD
George Floyd was murdered by 4 police officers this past week in Minneapolis. It is necessary for white folxs and non/black folx of color to stand in solidarity with black folx now and always. PETITION: https://www.change.org/p/mayor-jacob-frey-justice-for-george-floyd?utm_source=brand_us&utm_medium=media https://. DONATE: minnesotafreedomfund.org/ CALL: https://www.aclu-mn.org/en/call-for-justice-for-george-floyd
The Unjust Murder of Ahmaud Arbery feat. Gabriel Montague and Mike Bass
This episode about my thoughts on the racially motivated murder of Ahmaud Arbery, and it features speakers Gabriel Montague and Mike Bass, who discuss their experiences as black men in North Carolina. Justice for Ahmaud: https://www.change.org/p/district-attorney-tom-durden-justice-for-ahmaud-arbery-i-run-with-maud.
Justice for Breonna: https://www.change.org/p/andy-beshear-justice-for-breonna-taylor
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Reciting of my poem: Guilty in America
This is a short little recording of a poem I wrote about the acquittal of Donald Trump earlier this year.