Dr. Todd Bauer and Dr. Marjorie Diegue, both educators, have necessary conversations about race, culture, equity, and education. One guest leads to the next as each guest invites another to the dinner table! Bakari Sellers, followed by...
TFD Ep13 Sue Lee
Sue Lee, founder of BucksEmbRace and a Korean American, joins the dinner table to discuss some of the recent acts of violence against the AAPI community. Sue also shares why she believes that relationships and kindness can help to cultivate healthy dinner table conversations! Be sure to follow us @timefordinnerpodcast on IG!
TFD Ep12 SoulNation2
Marjorie and Todd continue the conversation about Soul of a Nation and discuss TikTok, sneaker culture, and Black Twitter.
TFD Ep11 Soul Nation 1
Marjorie and Todd pull up a chair and have a candid discussion regarding a variety of topics. They also share some reflections on Episode 1 of ABC's special Soul of a Nation.
TFD Ep 10 John Biewen
Your dinner hosts sat down with John Biewen from Duke University and Scene On Radio's Podcast Seeing White. John is well known for his famous TedTalk "The Lie that Invented Racism" and he shares his thoughts on how racism goes far beyond bigotry and why he thinks the term "white privilege" is problematic. Pull up a chair and after listening to this episode, listen to the TedTalk and Seeing White!
TFD Ep9 Manny Smith
Mr. Manny Smith from CBS3 joins the dinner table and shares how his team strives to present the news in a fair and balanced manner amidst social unrest. Manny also shares how teachers can truly change the trajectory of one's life in this fun and engaging conversation!
TFD Ep8 Officer Travis Wood
Marjorie and Todd have a dinner conversation with Travis Wood to discuss his experiences as a community member, father, and police officer. Officer Wood is wonderfully transparent as he shares his thoughts on changing hearts and minds through relationships and kindness. By the end of the episode, you may just invite Travis to your dinner table!
Refreshing, Honest Dialogue
I love the addressing of uncomfortable and crucial conversations, especially when one identifies being marginalized or felt like they were marginalized. This is the honest, unfiltered conversation that everyone should hear to open up the doors of understanding. We spend so much time trying to make our points, that we fail to seek to understand, I love the dialogue that actively sought understanding which is enlightening for us all. Thank you! Plus Todd endorses The Dark Knight so he’s ok. I have to get my cousin Marjorie to watch The Godfather and The Godfather II, maybe not Godfather III.