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34 minutes | Jul 18, 2018
July 18th, 2018
30 minutes | Jul 13, 2018
Season 2 Episode 3
July 13th, 2018
34 minutes | Jul 2, 2018
Humanity Season 2 Episode 2
July 2, 2018
35 minutes | Jun 28, 2018
Season 2 intro
Humanity. the podcast is back! Join Emilio in his pursuit for truth, community, and the search for humanity.
51 minutes | Feb 3, 2018
Emlio's Reflection: Conservative vs Liberal vs Republican vs Democrat: Are we missing the point?
81 minutes | Jan 27, 2018
#008 Ashlei Spivey
Join us with for our amazing conversation with Ashlei Spivey! Ashlei was recently featured as the 2018 Omaha Women's March Keynote speaker. Powerful, moving, and inspirational, I hope you enjoy engaging in this conversation as much as I did. --------- I was born and raised in the heart of North Omaha and am a proud graduate of Omaha North High Magnet School – Go Vikings! I attended Jackson State University, a historically black college and university, on a volleyball scholarship, obtaining a Bachelor’s degree in Communications. I then received my Master’s Degree from University of Texas at Arlington in Urban Social Planning. I returned to Omaha after living in Spain, Texas and Mississippi, because I knew there were disparities in the city that I loved, and I wanted to create positive impact in the place I call home. I have a passion for helping my community, challenging injustice, and creating sustainable system change. Because of that, I have spent the last decade of my professional career working in spaces from workforce development to education to diversity, equity and inclusion. I began my career working for a school in Dallas, Texas that was located in an area deemed the most distressed zip code of the city. This was one of the many experiences that opened my worldview to systemic inequities. Most recently, I was the Director of Talent at a local Omaha nonprofit. I currently sit on the board for the Greater Omaha Chamber Young Professional Council and Omaha Summer Arts Festival. The most important thing you should know about me is that I am a mother of a handsome little boy, Naasir, and guardian to my sister Yaasmyn.
45 minutes | Jan 20, 2018
On Immigration- Emilio's Reflection
Tune in to hear Emilio speak about immigration in the United States in a way the media won't cover it, with humanity.
89 minutes | Jan 15, 2018
#006 Nikola Halcyone
My guest this week is a great friend of mine. We didn't even get into the hours of conversations we could have had! You'll definitely be hearing more from Nikola in the future. ----------------------- Nikola Halcyone Director of Hugs | Positivity Associate | Listener, Advocate, Facilitator she | her | hers Hi y’all, I’m Nikola Halcyone. I’m a white, queer, cisgender woman with a chronic pain condition who uses a wheelchair. I’m a born, raised, + currently practicing Nichiren Buddhist who works full-time and is in graduate school. I love people. My entire life revolves around my love for people. I love their stories and I’m honored to be the keeper of stories from actors who are Vietnam veterans + song-writers who are formerly incarcerated; engineers turned elected officials + civil rights attorneys turned non-profit collaborators; Latinx social workers, trans baristas, Black PhDs, gay pastors, Lakota teachers, disabled superheroes, + Japanese grandmas; curious high school students, determined young professionals, + accomplished CEOs. I hold each story as sacred, taking action to make the next generation of stories more equitable. I have a huge crush on Rachel Maddow + U.S. Sen. Cory Booker. Jean-Luc Picard is the best Captain. Nothing else matters when there’s a baby around.
50 minutes | Jan 6, 2018
#005 Emilio's Reflection 1/28/2018
Tune in to hear the recorded audio from the LIVE Facebook Emilio's bi-weekly reflection. Top item on the docket: I've begun reading Fire and Fury: Inside the Trump Whitehouse and I have some thoughts, some opinions, some concerns, and maybe an under-looked point that you're not hearing in the news right now.
85 minutes | Dec 31, 2017
#004 Andrew Aleman
Listen in for a great conversation between Emilio and Andrew Aleman! Andrew Aleman (He|Him|His) holds both a Bachelor's and Master's degree in Social Work from the Grace Abbott School of Social Work at the University of Nebraska at Omaha (UNO). He currently works as a Mental Health Therapist at Omaha Integrative Care, and serves as the Deputy Title IX Coordinator/Investigator at UNO. Andrew also has the privilege of serving on the Board of Directors for GLSEN Omaha and The National Association of Social Workers-Nebraska Chapter. Andrew is extremely passionate about addressing issues of injustice, especially concerning people of color and the LGBTQ+ community.
43 minutes | Dec 9, 2017
Emilio's First Reflection
Every other week Emilio will take time to reflect on the last week's podcast, current events, and general musings. These episodes also air live from Facebook.com/humanitythepodcast.
80 minutes | Dec 3, 2017
Episode 002 feat. Dr. Ferial Pearson
Join Emilio in a conversation with Dr. Ferial Pearson, the founder of the Secret Kindness Agents! Moved by the Sandy Hook Elementary School tragedy, Ferial wondered if a simple act of kindness could change a life. She thought of the school where she taught and the students she guided every day and wondered, what would happen if we started secretly carrying out small acts of kindness in school? Could a modest act of compassion really change the course of a life? She posed the question to her students. They didn’t have the answers but they were willing to find out. And so they became the Secret Kindness Agents. They not only changed the lives of those they met, they changed their own. Their hope, their hearts, and their hunger for happiness will inspire you to change your small corner of the world, in your own way, for the better. Let them show you how they did it, and how you can do the same. Ferial Pearson, a native of Nairobi, Kenya, is a national award-winning high school teacher and college instructor. For her dedicated work in education and human rights, she has earned the National Education Association’s Virginia Uribe Award for Creative Leadership in Human Rights in 2012, and the Gay Lesbian Straight Education Network’s Educator of the Year Respect Award in 2011. She is an Instructor and Instructional Coach in the Teacher Education Department at the University of Nebraska Omaha. Secret Kindness Agents: How Small Acts of Kindness Really Can Change the World is available for pre-sale on http://www.writelife.com/ Upon the book’s release on May 27th, the book will be available on writelife.com, Amazon, Barnes and Noble, and other major book retailers. The book will also be available in Kindle, Nook and Kobo formats. Ferial Pearson will donate all net proceeds from the sale of the book to JDRF. JDRF is the leading global organization funding type 1 diabetes (T1D) research. JDRF’s goal is to progressively remove the impact of T1D from people’s lives until we achieve a world without T1D. Ferial Pearson and her class chose to donate all net proceeds from the sale of Secret Kindness Agents to JDRF due to a Secret Kindness Agent’s diagnosis of juvenile type 1 diabetes while the class was in the middle of their Secret Kindness Project. See Mama Beast's TEDx Talk about this project here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RVnoHV_Id9k
41 minutes | Dec 1, 2017
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