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27 minutes | Nov 21, 2021
On Being in Proper Relations
Well Hello – Inclusive Activism Podcast Fans – its has been a moment – I do apologise for being gone in Oct. But I am back in Nov and I am all but certain to be good to go in Dec and Jan due to the opportunity of Winter Break! This podcast is on the concept of Being in Proper Relations with all things. It relates to inclusive activism by understanding proper relations of mutual reciprocity is where the chance to stop othering one another lies. We will look at and examine what are the costs of being in proper relations look like? What things are needed to engage in proper ongoing relational maintenance? Is this even possible!? If this podcast was a boon or blessing to you please rate and review on Spotify, Stitcher, Amazon, Google Podcasts, or Apple Podcasts to make this much more findable in the future. Also if this was helpful or enlightening please share this with someone who needs to know this valuable information. And as always if you want to reach out please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org or see what I am up to at www.inclusiveactivism.com
24 minutes | Sep 28, 2021
Our Four Attachment Styles – Understanding Ourself to Understand Others.
Todays Podcast will look at how our family and how our background shapes how we look for and seek out intimacy in others. We need to be mindful of how our trauma from the past informs and repeats possible patterns of traumatization in the future. We will talk about the patter of High and Low Attachment Anxiety. As well as the patterns of High and Low Attachment Avoidance. This will help us see how we might be living out the difficult patterns of Pre-Occupied Attachment, or Dismissive Attachment. If we have experienced serious trauma we may experience Fearful or Disorganized Attachment styles. And what can we do to move back to the goal – Secure Attachment. If this podcast was a boon or blessing to you please rate and review on Spotify, Stitcher, Amazon, Google Podcasts, or Apple Podcasts to make this much more findable in the future. Also if this was helpful or enlightening please share this with someone who needs to know this valuable information. And as always if you want to reach out please email me at email@example.com or see what I am up to at www.inclusiveactivism.com
22 minutes | Aug 26, 2021
Labels Good? Bad? How to Find the Humanity
Well HELLO! It has been a moment – I took a bit of a summer sabbatical but I am back now. New News – going forward the podcast will update and publish monthly now to give a bit more life balance for me as your one and only in this effort. Today we talk about labels! Are labels good – well sorta yeah in a way – they comprise the slices of us that make us a unique us! Are labels bad – well yeah sorta in a way – they are ideas of who we are or “should” be based on a concept of a person who isnt a full human at all. They are good and bad – but moreso the goal is get to know the full human with which you are interacting. Don’t get weird like I used to be when I was so hung up on the concept of “girls” and “women” that you miss out on the true amazing human in front of you. It is at once so hard and yet so simple. Thanks for your ears and it is good to be back! Please rate and review the podcast and please continue to listen and support this effort if you find it of value as I move to a monthly format. Be well and bless others!
67 minutes | Jun 7, 2021
Interview About Implementing Indigeneity Workshops
Todays podcasts is a rebroadcast podcast of an interview done with Eddie Webb with their New Media Lab Experience at Mesa Community College. In this podcast we learn about the work happening in Fall 21 with a series of virtual workshops on how to implement more indigenous practices in the spaces and places we work! PC to Host Indigeneity Workshops this Fall with MCLI Horizon Grant Funded and sponsored by the Maricopa Center for Learning and Innovation (MCLI) through the Horizon Grant, the Phoenix College Committee on American Indian Initiatives, Programs, and Projects (CAIIPP) is hosting a series of guided online/virtual workshops that center on “Implementing Indigeneity: Co-creating Institutional Spaces for Indigenous Collaboration.” The workshops are scheduled on three different dates for Fall 2021 (see details below). The CAIIPP is an entity driven to improve the quality of Phoenix College and greater Maricopa by engaging in positive dialogue relative to the initiatives, programs, and projects on campus that affect American Indian faculty, staff, and most importantly, students. Reflecting on a formal statement provided by the MCCCD Chancellor entitled “Commitment to Indigenous Community”, the goals of the workshops encompass an intent to culturally, holistically, and sustainably Indigenize both our campus and the MCCCD system by incorporating systems and processes of mutuality and reciprocity rather than relying on those that exploit and marginalize. The workshops take an innovative, trans-disciplinary approach, bringing together individuals of diverse disciplines to address critical topics and issues that affected Indigenous peoples in the past, that affect them in the present day, and that will, more than likely, affect them in the future. “Historically, the federal government mandated colonial paternalistic policies for educational institutions to create experimental structures based on forced assimilation to mainstream Indigenous students into Western society,” says Roland R. Walker. Mr. Walker is one of the Tri-Chairs of the CAIIPP as well as American Indian Studies Faculty at PC, and member of the Diné Nation. “The outcomes of these policies resulted in generational Indigenous cultural trauma and loss. In today’s America, there is no escaping the effects of the trauma and loss that occurred; unfortunately, they have become a part of the Indigenous identity.” The workshops provide a holistic experience about the navigational journey of Indigenous students in higher education in terms of equity, inclusion, and accessibility – much of which include many barriers for Indigenous students to succeed and achieve. “The remnants of colonization still heavily burden the everyday lives of Indigenous Peoples. To move forward and progress toward a better Native America for Indigenous peoples, decolonization as an impetus for institutional change and Indigeneity in education needs to be the immediate center of discussion. Time is of the essence for the cultures of Indigenous Peoples,” adds Walker. The journey of the Indigenous student, at the forefront of the workshops, includes colonial entanglement and decolonization, which speak to the current forms of tribal and inter-tribal governments (e.g., as trustees/stakeholders of education) and the contemporary positionality of intertribal narratives on higher education. “Education, like any system built by colonial powers, suffers from patterns of hierarchical thinking, systemic exploitation, and marginalization, says CAIIPP member and PC Communication Faculty, Rowdy Duncan. “While efforts to move toward decolonization are underway, this workshop posits: what exists beyond decolonization?” Moving beyond decolonization, and instead shifting toward Indigeneity, a concept that recognizes the vital contribution and inclusion of Indigenous culture, religion, perspective, and holism in institutional spaces to spark and empower indigenous innovation, creates a more positive experience for the Indigenous college student and others. The workshops also address matters of importance to the MCCCD’s United Tribal Employees Committee (UTEC) surrounding the issues of equity, inclusion, and access in a manner that provides a balanced pathway to high-quality learning to implement a paradigm shift in perspective on how to better serve our Indigenous students, faculty, and staff. Examples include providing Indigenous students with a culturally, holistic and balanced learning environment, increasing the visibility of Indigenous cultures on campus, acknowledging current cultural and historical Indigenous contributions to society, and broadening educational and career opportunities by providing Indigenous students with meaningful connections to tribal nations). “How can we work to adopt practices and create indigenous spaces where we co-create opportunities to create more outcomes for ongoing relational maintenance, mutual reciprocity, and flat non-hierarchical leadership?” Duncan continues. “All these outcomes from implementing indigeneity help us to also address conflict through consensus building and proactive peacemaking. Let us all learn and teach one another how we might implement indigeneity in all our circles of influence.” Workshop Details: Workshop #1: Understanding Indigenous Practices (covers colonial thinking versus Indigenous thinking with both historical and current implications) on Friday, August 20, 2021, from 12:00 pm to 4:00 pm. Register here: https://maricopa.webex.com/maricopa/j.php?RGID=r13fffa994bee78178aa6d18cfccfe6cfWorkshop #2: Returning to Indigenous Cultural Values (focuses on Indigenous cultural thoughts, ideas, and concepts in which Indigeneity has preferable and more efficient practices for learning, e.g., understanding the expectation of working in Indigenous relationality) on Tuesday, October 12, 2021, from 1:00 pm to 5:00 pm. Register here: https://maricopa.webex.com/maricopa/j.php?RGID=r42eb2e5d4f7c2f808152f1194b8edd76Workshop #3: Applying Indigeneity Across Maricopa (concludes with peacemaking, mediation, and ongoing reconciliation through forms of Indigeneity – initiate consensus gathering ideation to Indigenize Maricopa) on Tuesday, November 16, 2021, from 12:00 pm to 4:00 pm. Register here: https://maricopa.webex.com/maricopa/j.php?RGID=r757acc8bdcc13122963ca9f82a4c41d7 If this podcast was of benefit or of blessing to you LET SOMEONE know about it. You can also rate and review the podcast or this channel which helps get the word out as well! Or email me at inclusive firstname.lastname@example.org or learn more about me and what I am up to at www.inclusiveactivism.com on Facebook at The Inclusive Activism Podcast, on Insta @rowdyduncan or twitter @RowdyD
31 minutes | May 21, 2021
Seeing Me – Understanding The Self
In todays podcast we take a deep dive into the ideas that make me a me and you a you! We cannot understand anything without understanding ourself first! We look at the need for an accurate self concept – we have to own really who we are right now and stop pretending to be what we are not putting effort into being or becoming. We look at the need for self awareness – the more self aware we are the more accurate we can be with our self as we stand today, This give us the knowledge of where we are and what gaps are keeping us for who we want to be! Then and only then can we have a positive self esteem. We cannot have a positive self esteem from pretending to be something – because WE know we are not that thing – which makes us have to acknowledge at some dark moment we are NOT that thing. Then we need to keep practicing self awareness to understand – we are in the process of “becoming” our best self – and the process is NEVER finished – we just get better and better with time! If this podcast was of benefit or of blessing to you LET SOMEONE know about it. You can also rate and review the podcast or this channel which helps get the word out as well! Or email me at inclusive email@example.com or learn more about me and what I am up to at www.inclusiveactivism.com on Facebook at The Inclusive Activism Podcast, on Insta @rowdyduncan or twitter @RowdyD
35 minutes | May 2, 2021
Its ALL about YOUR Perspective
Today we unpack the concept of perspective. For it is only through the lens of our own perspective that we have the ability or capacity to experience the world. We will look at the FACT that for YOU or someone else – your perspective IS your experience of reality. That is it – its all of it you cannot experience something outside your perspective. So in effect your perspective IS your TRUTH. We discuss that you DO however have the ability to change or shift your perspective by focusing on what you want to experience. If you focus on being cursed, or what you “have to” do, or your experience of oppression – this is the sum whole of your reality. If you focus on how your lucky, your gratitude or all the things you have – or if you are oppressed how to work around or find others to help with your or others oppression – you start to see more opportunity too! Lastly the only way to find more real and actual TRUTH is to widen perspective by meeting different people or getting exposed to new experiences. When we widen our perspective we widen our experience of truth in the world and then new opportunity is possible! If this podcast was of benefit or of blessing to you LET SOMEONE know about it. You can also rate and review the podcast or this channel which helps get the word out as well! Or email me at inclusive firstname.lastname@example.org or learn more about me and what I am up to at www.inclusiveactivism.com on Facebook at The Inclusive Activism Podcast, on Insta @rowdyduncan or twitter @RowdyD
55 minutes | Apr 12, 2021
Inclusive Activism Interviews Daryl Davis
In today’s podcast we welcome Anti-Racism expert Daryl Davis. Mr Davis has made as a part of his life goal to prove you cannot hate someone you do know know. To this end Mr Davis has befriended many current and former self avowed white supremacists (KKK members or Neo-Nazis). And to that end he has also been gifted 20+ former Klan members robes as due those friendships they have turned from their former thinking. This podcast is a deep dive at the process of seeing how it is possible to connect to the humanity behind the person with the extreme view. How to listen for the fear behind the position. To understand the human who holds the point of view. Though Mr Davis is not without his critics. The ability to hear through the fear is something we all may need to practice with others from time to time. That being said if this podcast was interesting to you check out his documentary “Accidental Courtesy” free on Prime and Kanopy (streaming free though many libraries) or go to https://www.daryldavis.com/ or on twitter @realdaryldavis If this podcast was of benefit or of blessing to you LET SOMEONE know about it. You can also rate and review the podcast or this channel which helps get the word out as well! Or email me at inclusive email@example.com or learn more about me and what I am up to at www.inclusiveactivism.com on Facebook at The Inclusive Activism Podcast, on Insta @rowdyduncan or twitter @RowdyD
30 minutes | Mar 31, 2021
How to Set And Enforce Boundaries
In today’s podcast we will look at how to set and enforce personal and relational boundaries with others. We all know about the concept of “house rules” the guides and expectations that help us get a sense what we should and should not do in a space. Boundaries work the same way with people! For this podcast is was guided and inspired by an article by Psych Central on 10 ways to set and enforce boundaries https://psychcentral.com/lib/10-way-to-build-and-preserve-better-boundaries#1 1. Name your limits. 2. Tune into your feelings. 3. Be direct. 4. Give yourself permission. 5. Practice self-awareness. 6. Consider your past and present. 7. Make self-care a priority. 8. Seek support. 9. Be assertive. 10. Start small. and I added 11. At First your boundres are not going to be popular with anyone, don’t focus on the RIGHT NOW – focus on the why this matters later! If this was a blessing to you EMAIL me at firstname.lastname@example.org or keep track of me and the good I am up to at www.inclusiveactivism.com or comment your thoughts below too! Share with someone you want to change the world with. And you can help me change the world with a referral to someone else or a review of the podcast too!
20 minutes | Mar 14, 2021
We need to “Pay” with Attention
In this episode we will examine the idea that we literally “pay” to things with our focus, with our listening, and with our attention. This attention and our sense of focus is vied for with millions to billions of dollars as our time and attention is SO precious and valuable. We look at the hard truth of the fact that if we are REALLY honest we don’t “pay” attention or listen to the people we love the most to deserve their love and attention. We look at how we need to have a much better sense of value for our own time, attention, focus, and listening. Our devaluing of our attention is costing us those who care about us the most. Lastly we look at the idea of “bids” for connection. Bid for us to Pay Attention with the opportunity of connection. Because if we could REALLY listen – and really care for the person in front of us – what issue is not immediately solvable with that level of attention “paid”? Thanks for your time and attention. If you want to let me know what stuck out for you email me at email@example.com and learn more about me and this important work at www.inclusiveactivism.com
29 minutes | Feb 28, 2021
Wanna Change the World? Change your Communication!
In this podcast we will look at the idea that we need to own the responsibility to be our best self. In our Heart first, then in changing what we think and believe, then speaking that belief (or Be-life) into being. It starts by creating the new opportunity of a new reality into being within us just by dwelling on what we want to be, what type of people we want into our life, by adding our belief to what we want to see. Then it starts to over time, the more we think it, the more we say it, over and over it starts to attract who we want in our lives. As well as the thoughts and ideas we believe in as well. It will start to change the people already in our life as they will no doubt are personal attempts to be our best self around them. They will have an inner want to reciprocate our ways of being back to us. Or they will chose to leave by not appreciating the energy we are doing around them! They won’t enjoy your presence any more because you and the “world” around your presence is no longer amenable to them! That way the world changes! It starts with that heart change, then the mind change and with our speaking and acting that new reality into being. If this was a blessing to you EMAIL me at firstname.lastname@example.org or keep track of me and the good I am up to at www.inclusiveactivism.com or comment your thoughts below too! Share with someone you want to change the world with. And you can help me change the world with a referral to someone else or a review of the podcast too!
68 minutes | Feb 7, 2021
Inclusive Activism Interviews the Inclusive AF Podcast with Jackye and Katee
This week we have yet another interview with our good friends at the Inclusive AF podcast Jackye Claton and Katee Van Horn. Both are Diveristy Inclusion and Equity Experts! This roundtable discussion will touch on the highlights and low lights of what is is like to “do the work” day in and day out. We talk about ideas relating to reverse racism, notions of meritocracy, recruiting for diversity, and culture change in organizations. If you enjoyed this podcast please catch our friends at the Inclusive AF Podcast available on any pod server you like. As always if this made you think of anything or you have questions or comments email me at email@example.com and you can learn more about me and this organization at www.inclusiveactivism.com!
53 minutes | Jan 23, 2021
On Indigenization with Indigenous Vision: Souta Calling Last and Tyler Walls
In this podcast and the next we will look at the cultural concepts of Indigenization. We will talk about Indigenization, What is it? (systems of nonviolence, no harm, non-marginalization, and non-exploitation). How each of us has been helped by Indigenization and Indigenous Thinking. This podcast attempts to help us unpack what I feel the antithesis of so many issues of racism, sexism, classism, patriarchy, white supremacy, oligarchy come from and why and how they eliminate these problems. That being said if this was a blessing to you go to www.indigenousvision.org and donate to this amazing 501c3 and aid their attempts to indigenize the world for the betterment of all. Or register for the cultural humility trainings for FREE at https://www.indigenousvision.org/culturalhumility/ If you want to learn more about me and this organization go to www.inclusiveactivism.com or email me at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please rate and review the podcast on your pod server of choice and if this was helpful or educational for you please share with a friend. Blessings!
55 minutes | Jan 9, 2021
On Colonization with Indigenous Vision: Souta Calling Last and Tyler Walls
Welcome to the New Gregorian Year 2021 – or I as am calling it 2020 the bad extended mix. In this podcast and the next we will look at the cultural concepts of Colonization and Indigenization. This podcast will reflect on the events of Dec 6th. From a Native Lens with our thoughts and feelings on the matter. We will talk about Colonization, What is it? (systems of violence, harm, marginalization, and exploitation). How oppressed groups have been hurt by Colonization. How each of us has been poisoned by Colonization and Colonial Thinking. This podcast attempts to help us unpack what I feel the root of so many issues of racism, sexism, classism, patriarchy, white supremacy, oligarchy come from and why and how they repeat. Warning the S word is used in this podcast which is a very derogatory term for native women. This words rough literal translation is the very harmful curse word (the C word). I chose not to bleep it out because I wanted you to hear the pain in Souta’s voice to better understand the pain associated with it for Native Women. We are not calling anyone this word but rather talk about its harmful effects much as will do at time with slurs like the N word, or in our community the R word to better understand the impact of these harmful patterns of pain. That being said if this was a blessing to you go to www.indigenousvision.org and donate to this amazing 501c3 and aid their attempts to indigenize the world for the betterment of all. Or register for the cultural humility trainings for FREE at https://www.indigenousvision.org/culturalhumility/ And if you want to reach out to me please do so at email@example.com or learn more about my work at www.inclusiveactivism.com
31 minutes | Dec 14, 2020
The Enemy is In-A-Me
Todays podcast looks deeply at the idea of what is the enemy. Is enemy the best word to use when working against others for the acknowledgement of humanity? Is opponent better or does that still imply the person is the problem. Does opposition work better to focus on the forces not the people. This podcast will look at how it is SO easy to see the enemy inside another, the hard to see enemy with in-a-them. The why the enemy within a them drives them to be and act that way. It will look at the enemy within a me which makes us “other” and think of those working towards other ends are against ours into an enemy. How we create those enemies with our actions. And we will look at the enemy within which keeps us from our fullest humanity. Lastly we will look at these forces and learn how this propensity to hide the enemy within is something that keeps us from a sense of human connection with other. We will look at how we can hold the enemy which is in-a-me accountable and become responsible for our own healing – which creates a chance to heal others. As always if you liked this podcast let me know. Rate and review the podcast on Apple Podcasts, Amazon Podcasts (a new one!) Spotify, Google Podcasts or Stitcher! And talk to me directly at firstname.lastname@example.org or learn more about me and this organization at www.inclusiveactivism.com
22 minutes | Nov 14, 2020
The Deep And True Power in Kindness
In recognition of International Kindness Day. We look at the true earth shaking Power In Kindness. We talk about how Kindness needs some reframing as it gets a bad rap for being weak or naive. It is very strong and a powerful force for change! We talk about the vitality of Kindness due to our mirror neurons and oxytocin boost which can later lead to dopamine release when we do good for others. And lastly we talk about how Kindness is a higher goal and aspiration than Niceness as Kindness does the heaving lifting niceness won’t always engage in and with. As always if you liked this podcast let me know. Rate and review the podcast on Apple Podcasts, Amazon Podcasts (a new one!) Spotify, Google Podcasts or Stitcher! And talk to me directly at email@example.com or learn more about me and this organization at www.inclusiveactivism.com
32 minutes | Oct 29, 2020
Election Podcast 2020 – And What are Coups and How they Work
Election Day 2020 is almost here. In this podcast I share a few thoughts on our local election. I talk about the need to get some food, and resources together in the next few days – just in case things get wonky. I talk about the need to get your ballot physically to the ballot box or vote in person (most vote my mail is not assured to get in by now!) And I talk about what is a coup, how do coups work, and how regular people have stopped coups in the past. I like you am hoping to see a blue wave and a Biden Presidency, A democratic senate, and a held majority in the house – but we most likely won’t know when ALL ballots are counted for several days if not a week or two – SO BE READY. And if the majority of people go for Trump and republican control and the people vote for that legitimately – I won’t like it but I will accept it. However if – ANYONE – Stops counting votes; Declares someone a winner who didn’t get the most votes; or Allows someone to stay in power who didn’t win the election. This would be a COUP. In this I talk about the steps regular people have taken over time and in history to stop attempted illegitimate power coups with nonviolent action and civil disobedience. Again hope this is totally not needed and was just a thought exercise. As always if you liked this podcast let me know. Rate and review the podcast on Apple Podcasts, Amazon Podcasts (a new one!) Spotify, Google Podcasts or Stitcher! And talk to me directly at firstname.lastname@example.org or learn more about me and this organization at www.inclusiveactivism.com A link to the article I sourced is below or in the comments below 10 things you need to know to stop a coup
35 minutes | Oct 11, 2020
Deep Canvassing: How to Talk to Help People Reconsider Conservative Policies
Hey all today we are going to unpack the idea of Deep Canvassing. Inspired by this article https://callhub.io/deep-canvassing/ Deep canvassing stems from a simple idea; you can change minds through conversations. Canvassers use this method to engage voters in a conversation and get them to a mutual understanding by providing alternative perspectives. It is a two-way conversation between canvassers and voters where voters are asked to share their personal experiences around the issue being discussed. The strategy lays out: Share your experience and get the conversation startedListen to voters, get them thinking and sharingHighlight common humanity We will talk about what it is, how to use it, when it goes well and when it doesn’t. We wil also use it to unpace these ideas: Life is too stressful – lets vote for boring Tax Reform said we were to average 4K back – did you get it – yeah me neither! The efforts for Stimulus for real people – who pushed that? Do you feel safer or more scared now – with all the current racial rhetoric (NOTE this is not about if he is racist or not – its about feeling safe and who is responsible) How are you feeling about COVID-19 are we getting better or worse. If getting better who is pushing the better efforts? If concered about Debt – who is really better at debt? How do you feel about global perspective? Who has a plan for the economy and who just hopes it gets better because it is “now open”? Who is honest with us and is willing to tell us the bad news we need to hear? Name one way your life is better now? As always if you liked this podcast let me know. Rate and review the podcast on Apple Podcasts, Amazon Podcasts (a new one!) Spotify, Google Podcasts or Stitcher! And talk to me directly at email@example.com or learn more about me and this organization at www.inclusiveactivism.com
33 minutes | Oct 3, 2020
Why does Society Have Such a Hard Time Admitting Black Lives Matter?
In this podcast we will analyze thoughts on why people have such a hard time just saying and agreeing with Black Lives Matter. And why they are SO insistent on the message All Lives Matter. The secret is we will in a society that honestly values life very little. And due to the normalization of death and that some lives matter and other lives don’t means that people are subconsciously aware their life doesn’t account for much in our society. We will look for these messages analysis them and then see why this statement is “seen” as provocative. Lastly we will look at the concept of positionality to see why starting with the idea that Black Lives Matter is really where we want and need to start – to create the hope that one day All Lives really will Matter. As always if you liked this podcast let me know. Rate and review the podcast on Apple Podcasts, Amazon Podcasts (a new one!) Spotify, Google Podcasts or Stitcher! And talk to me directly at firstname.lastname@example.org or learn more about me and this organization at www.inclusiveactivism.com
22 minutes | Sep 19, 2020
Lessons in Pressure, Movement, and Purpose
In this podcast we breakdown another parable idea on what lessons are embedded in boats, and airplanes. How can we look at the idea of difference in consideration of an items intended purpose and see its inherent value in its differences? We will look at how the pressures of a situation keep us afloat. We will look at how movement and pressure can uplift us. We need to understand we are different. We also must embrace we each have a different purpose. These parable are lessons on learning to love ourselves and will help us see the inherent value of our differences. As always if you liked this podcast let me know. Rate and review the podcast on Apple Podcasts, Amazon Podcasts (a new one!) Spotify, Google Podcasts or Stitcher! And talk to me directly at email@example.com or learn more about me and this organization at www.inclusiveactivism.com
33 minutes | Sep 6, 2020
Why Poor White People Have A Hard Time Seeing White Privilege
Todays Podcast is “Why Poor White People have a harder Time Seeing White Privilege” We will go over – white racial privilege does exists We will also talk about what is “assumed” as parts of being a white person in society – that really is not always the true experience We will talk about how if you are not doing what is assumed in all parts of whiteness – how you as that white person are put down. Using terms I heard from people in the white side of my family heard all the time like: White Trash, Redneck, Hillbilly, Trailer Trash etc And how these punishments on intersectionally oppressed white people (White people who are: Poor, Not Heterosexual, College educated, Urban, Not Able etc) are spit on and harassed from people in society and at times on both political spectrums! Its a deep one for sure! If this made you think or you appreciated it email me at firstname.lastname@example.org Also rate and review the podcast on, Apple Podcasts, Stitcher, Spotify, Google Podcasts or your favorite pod-server of choice. And to learn more about me and my organization go to www.inclusiveactivism.com
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