100 episodes

Two humans from different cultures getting really uncomfortable about any and everything.

Your Neighbor's Hood Podcast Jackie Glass & Hannah Sobol

    • Society & Culture
    • 5.0 • 15 Ratings

Two humans from different cultures getting really uncomfortable about any and everything.

    Ep. 83: That's a wrap on SOS

    Ep. 83: That's a wrap on SOS

    So what? Now what? Let's catch back up with some of the solutions mentioned along the way and address the elephant in the room (or not in the room). 


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    • 32 min
    Ep. 82: I like the way you work it (no diggity)

    Ep. 82: I like the way you work it (no diggity)

    We're werkin' on solutions to your werk woes. (This episode is brought to you by the letter W!) Did you know about where "tipping" came from? What does wellbeing in the workplace mean to you? 


    Mentioned: 


    https://onefairwage.site/


    https://webuyblack.com/


    https://time.com/5404475/history-tipping-american-restaurants-civil-war/


    https://nikolehannahjones.com/

    • 28 min
    Ep. 81: Work In Progress

    Ep. 81: Work In Progress

    This month we are turning our attention to employment. Listen in to possibly the longest giving tree metaphor ever expounded upon for the sake of justice. 


    Mentioned:


    https://www.americanprogress.org/issues/economy/reports/2019/12/05/478150/african-americans-face-systematic-obstacles-getting-good-jobs/


    Giving Tree Image by Tony Ruth 


    https://www.paperpinecone.com/blog/teaching-difference-between-equality-equity-and-justice-preschool

    • 40 min
    Hood's Goods: Food That Fits U

    Hood's Goods: Food That Fits U

    Get ready to be Wined and Dined by Jasmine Burroughs, owner and dietitian for Food That Fits U. Jasmine breaks down the importance of representation in the food space, and shares how your diet should be tailored to YOU, not the other way around. 


    https://foodthatfitsu.com/


    @foodthatfits_u


    @afro_somm

    • 23 min
    Ep. 80: Whole Food Solutions

    Ep. 80: Whole Food Solutions

    Jackie and Hannah sit down to hash out the uncomfortable, and then walk towards the myriad of solutions that are ready and waiting for participation. 


    Mentioned: 


    Tribe Collective: www.tribekollective.org


    Feast: www.feastva.org


    Bryce Fluellen with Every Table: https://www.everytable.com/


    Harlem Grown: https://bookshop.org/books/harlem-grown-how-one-big-idea-transformed-a-neighborhood/9781534402317


     Maddie’s Fridge: https://bookshop.org/books/maddi-s-fridge/9781936261291


    www.Foodthatfitsu.com


    @afro_somm

    • 34 min
    Hood's Good: La Lolita

    Hood's Good: La Lolita

    Last month, we tackled Environmental Equity, and we were graced with eclectic aesthetic curator, Fania Ferdinand, of La Lolita Vintage. We invite you in to hear what she believes about the clothes we put on our skin and how her grandmother started it all.


    https://lalolitavintage.com/


    IG/FB: @lalolitavintage


     

    • 22 min

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