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Leading In Color
56 minutes | Nov 18, 2019
Ep. 10 | Live From UofL
Wikipedia states that Cultural humility is the “ability to maintain an interpersonal stance that is other-oriented in relation to aspects of cultural identity that are most important to the [person].” Check out this episode of Leading in Color to hear our take.
40 minutes | Oct 14, 2019
Ep. 9 | From Dropout to Leader
Sarah Nunez tells her triumphant story of how she came from being a high school dropout to earining her master's degree and now becoming a women leader in a male dominate world.
48 minutes | Aug 20, 2019
Ep. 8 | Latina Leadership
Being a leader takes moxie, bravery, and a tenacity. Being a LATINA LEADER takes all of that x10. In this episode of Leading In Color, we speak with Executive Director Karina Barillas on her role at La Casita Center, being a Latina leader in our current social climate, and advise to other minority leaders who are faced with adversity.
38 minutes | Jul 9, 2019
Ep. 7 | Leading In Lavender
Last month was Pride Month and we are not finished celebrating!!! On this powerful episode of Leading in Color, we are celebrating Leading in Lavender - Queer Leadership. In this episode, we interview Brian Buford, Founder of the LGBT center at the University of Louisville and Activist. Leading is an act of courage, especially for those who are marginalized. Brian takes on this role with Grit & Grace.
51 minutes | Jun 3, 2019
Ep. 6 | Racial Trauma
Racial Trauma is the effect of racism on someones mental and physical health, causing them to have anxiety, stress, depression and in some cases, it can lead to suicide. 9.1% of African Americans suffer from some form of racial trauma. In this podcast, you will hear from the experiences of special guest Rashaad Abdur-Rahman, when it comes to racial trauma and how they have handled it and how it has affected them and some of there loved ones. The podcast also mentions many authors that refer to this racism including Bryan Stevenson, Angela Glover Blackwell, and Shawn Ginwright.
43 minutes | Apr 22, 2019
Ep. 5 | Redlining
Ep. 5 | REDLINING - Systemic Poverty, Racism and Gentrification In the 1960s, sociologist John McKnight coined the term "redlining" to describe the discriminatory practice of fencing off areas where banks would avoid investments based on community demographics. During the heyday of redlining, the areas most frequently discriminated against were black inner-city neighborhoods.
42 minutes | Mar 29, 2019
Ep. 4 | White Fragility
White Fragility:/ Noun - discomfort and defensiveness on the part of a white person when confronted by information about racial inequality and injustice. This episode is RAW - you have been warned!!! We are not going to apologize for talking about race anymore. We have to be the change we want to see. And it starts today!
29 minutes | Feb 21, 2019
Ep. 3 | Part II - Identifying With Your Oppressor
We thought we had unpacked this conversation in Part I but it was just not enough - we are back with Part II of Identifying With Your Oppressor. What does it mean to "turn your back on your culture?" Does moving up the professional ladder mean that the "oppressed" has become the oppressor? In this episode, we chat with guest Briana Lathon, Esq about being a young black professional, feeling worthy of success, and owning her crown.
21 minutes | Jan 29, 2019
Ep. 2 | Part I - Identifying With Your Oppressor
What does it mean to "turn your back on your culture?" Does moving up the professional ladder mean that the "oppressed" has become the oppressor? In this episode, we unpack the impostor syndrome and take a deep dive into how we identify with our oppressor.
21 minutes | Dec 31, 2018
Ep. 1 | Paternalism Manifested as Sexism
As a female leader finding your place, your voice and owning your position is hard - made even harder when a co-worker or business partner treats you like their child. This episode explores issues of working with someone who does not respect you as a leader or authority because of your age. Are You Working With Your Daddy? NOTE: Some of the names and situations in this episode have been changed to protect those involved.
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