The Diversity Intersection podcast focus is to look at diversity through the lens of multiple intersections that are impacting inclusion and diversity. Intersectionality is not just one thing or one group; it’s multi-dimensional issues about race, class, gender, gender identity, workforce diversity, and supplier diversity. We will explore all of these intersections and many other topics where systemic change can have an impact. We believe racial injustice is occurring in our world today and there’s nothing left to do but, take action through education, outreach, and awareness.
To take on these challenges means being a conduit for implementing systematic changes to address racial inequalities and injustices.
Losing a Son: Two Mothers stories and lasting impact….
We sat down with two mothers who lost their son to violence or hanging out with the wrong crowd. These moms suffered a tremendous loss but channeled their grief and pain into something good and that can leave a lasting legacy for generations to come. Join us as they share their stories, how they’ve adjusted to life without their son and hear the many positive changes and impacts their sons will have on their family and communities.
Discuss Dwarfism and Bullying Buddy App
We sat down with Tara Lynn Townes - author, inventor and developmental therapist. Tara talks with us about her son’s diagnosis with Dwarfism, creation of her non-profit - Tiny But Mighty and her New App Bullying Buddy. Join us as Tara shares her story and journey.
Supplier Diversity Series: Supplier Diversity Leaders: What Small Diverse Businesses Should Know Part One
Join us for our continued Supplier Diversity Series. In this episode, we sit down with Vaughn Williams III, Supplier Diversity Leader at So Cal Gas. Vaughn shares his experience in the supplier diversity space and provides tips for diverse suppliers.
Policing Series: Policing Challenges In the 21st Century and Relationship with Law Enforcement and Community (SERIES)
We sit down with one of The Diversity Advisors, Loyad Booker, a retired Bayonne NJ police officer / expert. We sat down with Loyad to discuss policing challenges in the 21st century, importance of community engagement and thoughts on what’s needed from this experienced / retired Bayonne NJ police officer.
Blacks in Hollywood Series: Kevin Grevioux - creator of Underworld, I, Frankenstien
Join us as we sit down with Kevin Grevioux, creator of Underworld and actor that started in many films. Kevin also discusses his start in the film industry and advice for those interested in entering into this field.
Black San Diego Magazine - Michael Cox - email@example.com
Meet Editor / Owner Black San Diego Magazine, Michael Cox. We sat down with Michael to discuss what was the catalyst to start Black SD Magazine and what’s next.
Insightful information about DEI. Love the variety of speakers and sharing best practices.