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45 minutes | Jun 17, 2021
Episode 28: Healthcare is a Right: Midwifery and Sexual Violence
In this episode, we are joined by Certified Nurse Midwife Sameerah Shareef, who is also the Medical Director of Michigan State University Sexual Assault Healthcare Program. Sameerah shares with us her vast experience over the years and how midwives can support pregnant survivors. Learn more: MSU Sexual Assault Healthcare Program Center for Survivors - Meet the Staff
41 minutes | Jun 3, 2021
Episode 27: A Podcast About Podcasts: Celebrating One Year of PA Centered & Resource On the Go
As both PCAR and NSVRC’s podcasts approach the milestone of one year of recording and sharing episodes, we take listeners behind the scenes to discuss what it takes to launch a podcast and what we’ve learned through this process. Join us for our first joint episode! Learn more: NSVRC’s Resource On the Go Podcast Audacity Software Podbean Visit www.pcar.org/podcasts for show notes and transcripts.
46 minutes | May 20, 2021
Episode 26: Lessons Learned from the Women’s Suffrage Movement
During this episode, we hear from Danielle M. Conway, Dean and Donald J. Farage Professor of Law at Penn State Dickinson Law. We learn about the role of Black women in the suffrage movement, how we can use history to better understand our world today, and action steps we can take in creating anti-racist institutions. Learn more: Danielle M. Conway - Dickinson Law Faculty Profile AALS’ Inaugural 2020 Impact Award Law Deans Antiracist Clearinghouse Project Race and the Equal Protection of the Laws History You Should Know mini-series Visit www.pcar.org/podcasts for show notes and transcripts.
33 minutes | May 6, 2021
Episode 25: How Can We Serve Pregnant Survivors?
This episode we are joined by Dr. Phyllis Sharps from Johns Hopkins University. We learn about maternal and child health, and the effects of intimate partner violence on pregnant women, infants, and very young children.
7 minutes | Apr 29, 2021
History You Should Know: Nicole Pittman
In this episode of History You Should Know, we learn about Nicole Pittman, an attorney and national expert working to end child sexual abuse and terminate the practice of registering children as sex offenders. Learn more: Just Beginnings Collaborative Names Nicole Pittman Executive Director 2019 Leadership Prize Winner Nicole Pittman on her work, leadership Studies, experts question effect of placing children on sex offender registries Raised on the Registry The Irreparable Harm of Placing Children on Sex Offender Registries in the US Visit www.pcar.org/podcasts for show notes and transcripts.
16 minutes | Apr 27, 2021
History You Should Know: Harriett Ann Jacobs
In this episode of History You Should Know, we learn about Harriett Ann Jacobs, an enslaved women who published the book, Incidents in the Life of a Slave Girl, describing the years of sexual abuse she survived at the hands of the white man who enslaved her until she escaped. Her writings raised awareness within the abolitionist movement about the sexual exploitation of enslaved women. Learn more: Incidents in the Life of a Slave Girl The Harriet Jacobs Family Papers The Fearless Truthtelling of Harriet Ann Jacobs Harriet Jacobs Biography Visit www.pcar.org/podcasts for show notes and transcripts.
7 minutes | Apr 22, 2021
History You Should Know: Aishah Shahidah Simmons
In this episode of History You Should Know, we learn about Aishah Shahidah Simmons, a survivor, filmmaker and an award-winning Black feminist lesbian cultural worker, who, for over 25-years, has examined the intersections of race, gender, sexuality, and sexual violence. Learn more: The Story of SNCC Imagine Otherwise: Aishah Shahidah Simmons on Black Feminist Anti-Violence Activism Making the Revolution Irresistible: An Interview with Aishah Shahidah Simmons NO! The Rape Documentary Love WITH Accountability How Can We End Child Sexual Abuse Without Prisons? #FromNO2Love Videos @AfroLez Link Tree Visit www.pcar.org/podcasts for show notes and transcripts.
6 minutes | Apr 20, 2021
History You Should Know: Audre Lorde
In this episode of History You Should Know, we learn about Audre Lorde, a survivor who described herself as a “black, lesbian, mother, warrior, poet.” Learn more: Poetry Room Listening Booth: Audre Lorde Poetry Foundation: Audre Lorde Biographies: Audre Lorde About Audre Lorde (includes list of works) Breaking Isolation: Self Care and Community Care Tools for Our People Visit www.pcar.org/podcasts for show notes and transcripts.
33 minutes | Apr 15, 2021
Episode 24: Keystone Crisis Intervention Team
During this episode, we are joined by members of the Keystone Crisis Intervention Team, or KCIT to learn more about how they support communities after trauma occurs. Learn more about how you can get involved or contact KCIT for your community at kcitpa.org. Contact KCIT: Visit org Email Donna, Melissa or firstname.lastname@example.org Call the 24/7 hotline at 855-767-5248 Learn more about becoming a volunteer here. Learn more about training offered by KCIT here. Visit www.pcar.org/podcasts for show notes and transcripts.
12 minutes | Apr 8, 2021
History You Should Know: Mariame Kaba
In this episode of History You Should Know, we learn about Mariame Kaba -- an organizer, educator and curator whose work focuses on ending violence, dismantling the prison industrial complex, transformative justice, and supporting youth leadership development. Learn more: · Being MK - Mariame Kaba's Personal Website · Project NIA · Interrupting Criminalization · Survived and Punished · Just Practice Collaborative · Hope Is a Discipline: Mariame Kaba on Dismantling the Carceral State · Is it time to reimagine justice and accountability for sexual misconduct? · From “Me Too” to “All of Us”: Organizing to End Sexual Violence, Without Prisons · Reimagining Justice: An Interview with Mariame Kaba · Mariame Kaba: Everything Worthwhile Is Done With Other People · Mariame Kaba wants us to imagine a future without prisons Visit www.pcar.org/podcasts for show notes and transcripts.
10 minutes | Apr 6, 2021
History You Should Know: The Combahee River Collective
In this episode of History You Should Know, we learn about The Combahee River Collective, who are best known for publishing the Combahee River Collective Statement in 1977. The Collective used an approach to community organizing that centered the most marginalized group in their liberation work, and laid the foundation for the theory of intersectionality. Learn more: (1977) The Combahee River Collective Statement Combahee River Collective (1974-1980) This Boston Collective Laid The Groundwork For Intersectional Black Feminism The Combahee River Collective Visit www.pcar.org/podcasts for show notes and transcripts.
18 minutes | Apr 1, 2021
Episode 23: Everything You Need to Know About SAAM 2021 from NSVRC’s Resource On the Go
April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month. This episode is from the National Sexual Violence Resource Center’s podcast, Resource on the Go. During this episode, NSVRC staff explore this year’s campaign, We Can Build Safe Online Spaces, and share resources and ideas about how to get involved during SAAM. Learn more: SAAM Website National SAAM Event List #30DaysofSAAM Instagram Challenge Day of Action Resource on the Go Podcast National Sexual Violence Resource Center Visit www.pcar.org/podcasts for show notes and transcripts.
8 minutes | Mar 26, 2021
History You Should Know: Loretta Ross
In this episode of History You Should Know, we learn about Loretta J. Ross, a powerful advocate who is an award-winning, nationally recognized expert on racial justice, women’s rights, reproductive justice, and human rights. Learn more: Loretta J. Ross website Loretta Ross: Reproductive Justice Pioneer, Co-Founder of SisterSong Women of Color Reproductive Justice Collective Paying it Forward Instead of Looking Backwards SisterSong Women of Color Justice Collective National Organization for Women (NOW) Episode 2 of PA Centered: Uprooting Racism with Paul Kivel and Loretta J. Ross Visit www.pcar.org/podcasts for show notes and transcripts.
11 minutes | Mar 23, 2021
History You Should Know: Ida B. Wells-Barnett
In this episode of History You Should Know, we learn about Ida B. Wells-Barnett, an investigative journalist, educator, and early leader in the civil rights movement, most known for her organizing of anti-lynching campaigns. Learn more: Ida B. Wells-Barnett #MeToo Won’t Succeed If We Don’t Listen to Black Women Ida B. Wells and the Lynching of Black Women Ida B. Wells offered the solution to police violence more than 100 years ago Lynching in America: Confronting the Legal of Racial Terror (Equal Justice Initiative) Visit www.pcar.org/podcasts for show notes and transcripts.
33 minutes | Mar 18, 2021
Episode 22: Overcoming barriers and bias with Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner Angelita Ololwu
During this episode, we are joined by Forensic Nursing Specialist, Angelita Olowu from the International Association of Forensic Nurses (IAFN), to hear about her experience as a Black Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner (SANE). Angelita shares practical suggestions about how to diversify the forensic nursing field and support people of color in these roles, in order to provide the best level of care for survivors. Learn more: Sexual Assault Nurse Examiners (SANE) International Association of Forensic Nurses Visit www.pcar.org/podcasts for show notes and transcripts.
10 minutes | Mar 11, 2021
History You Should Know: Recy Taylor & Rosa Parks
In this episode of History You Should Know, we highlight Recy Taylor and Rosa Parks. Most people know about Rosa Parks’ role in the civil rights movement, but don’t know about her role as a sexual assault investigator, where she fought for justice for many survivors, including Recy Taylor. Learn more: Recy Taylor, Rosa Parks, and the Struggle for Racial Justice Before the Bus, Rosa Parks Was a Sexual Assault Investigator Rosa Parks: The Forgotten Advocate of Sexual Abuse Hidden Pattern Of Rape Helped Stir Civil Rights Movement The Rape of Recy Taylor Before Rosa Parks, There Was Claudette Colvin Visit www.pcar.org/podcasts for show notes and transcripts.
9 minutes | Mar 9, 2021
History You Should Know: Tarana Burke
In this episode of History You Should Know, we learn about Tarana Burke, founder of the #MeToo Movement. Tarana is a survivor, advocate, activist, and community organizer who continues to make history and inspire us. Learn more: me too. Movement We, As Ourselves Tarana Burke, Founder of the #MeToo Movement The Woman Who Began the #MeToo Movement Was a Philly Activist The White Feminist Version of #MeToo is in Ruins for Many Reasons #MeToo founder Tarana Burke blasts the movement for ignoring poor women Visit www.pcar.org/podcasts for show notes and transcripts.
37 minutes | Mar 4, 2021
Episode 21: Workplace Sexual Harassment
Do you know what your options are if you’ve been sexually harassed at work? In this episode, we learn from Staff Attorneys Konrad Jarzyna and Lisa Matukaitis about your rights and the steps you can take if you’ve experienced harassment while on the job. For confidential and legal assistance, contact PCAR’s Sexual Violence Legal Assistance Project (SVLAP) at 717-901-6784. Learn more: Reporting Workplace Sexual Harassment in Pennsylvania EEOC: What to Do if you Believe you have been Harassed at Work PCAR’s Respect at Work™ Training Visit www.pcar.org/podcasts for show notes and transcripts.
11 minutes | Mar 2, 2021
History You Should Know: Celia & Joan Little
In this episode of History You Should Know, we learn about two important women and the significance of their court cases. Celia, an enslaved Black woman who was convicted of murdering her slave owner, and Joan Little, the first woman in US history to be acquitted after using deadly force to resist sexual assault. Learn more: Missouri v. Celia, a Slave Celia, A Slave, Trial (1855): An Account The Celia Project Aug. 15: 1975: Joan Little Acquitted Joan Little: Survived and Punished Joan Little: Dramatic New Footage Casts Light on Historic Black Panther Activism Survived and Punished website Wilmington Ten Visit www.pcar.org/podcasts for show notes and transcripts.
6 minutes | Feb 25, 2021
History You Should Know: Memphis Riot Survivors
In this episode of History You Should Know, we learn about the Memphis Riots of 1866, including the stories of two survivors, Lucy Smith and Frances Thompson. Learn more: Sexual Violence and the Memphis Riot Frances Thompson, Survivor of the Memphis Massacre 10 Trans Women Pioneers They Definitely Didn’t Tell You About In History Class Memphis Riot, 1866 Visit www.pcar.org/podcasts for show notes and transcripts.
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