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71 minutes | Jun 10, 2021
Walk the Talk
TEP Talk Podcast presents the 2020-2021 Grand Finale Episode 5 “Walk the Talk” with an emphasis on this year’s Equity Project theme – Antiracism! This episode features multiple familiar voices from our campus community, including special guests Selvi Zabihi and Alan Alatorre-Barajas. Walk With TEP Talk2021: The intent of this episode is for it to be listened to campus-wide, while on a walk on Friday, June 11 - physically apart, but together in our antiracism reflection We encourage listeners to take photos and videos of your walk, with the hashtag #WalkWithTEPTalk2021 We began our TEP Talk journey referencing Arundhati Roy’s profound take on the ‘pandemic as a portal’…This walk is an opportunity to walk through that portal together as a campus community. What are we walking toward? What are we leaving behin
57 minutes | Apr 23, 2021
In this episode we invite you to come along with us on a nostalgic trip back to campus where we see what’s new, spot a couple familiar faces, and discuss our vision for becoming a more equitable and antiracist college as we move closer to "returning" to work. Special bonuses include a car ride with a beautiful baby, laughter, tears, lots of excited yet muffled shouting through our protective masks, Netflix recommendations, and even getting to hear more talking from our editing wizard behind the curtain, Ben Reed. We hope you enjoy listening and reflecting on the changes and commitments you’ll bring back to campus with you when the time comes. Want to give feedback to the TEP Talk Team? Check out our feedback form. Like our music? Theme music written by three of the four members of Johnny Rock & The Contradictions, which we lovingly call just, The Contradictions. Check out their Instagram. All other music provided by Blue Dot Sessions. Learn how they could support your next project on their website, Sessions.Blue.
47 minutes | Feb 26, 2021
Challenge Your Normative
We are inspired by a history of excellence this Black History Month, and we celebrate our colleagues, students, and fellow PNW powerhouses that speak truth to power. In this episode the hosts reflect on the words of Interim College Equity Officer Terri Thayer, local youth activist Harmony DeVaney (Instagram), and Best-Selling Author Ijeoma Oluo, and they are joined by our campus all-star Jackie Rumble for an interview. Want to give feedback to the TEP Talk Team? Check out our feedback form. Like our music? Theme music written by three of the four members of Johnny Rock & The Contradictions, which we lovingly call just, The Contradictions. Check out their Instagram. All other music provided by Blue Dot Sessions. Learn how they could support your next project on their website, Sessions.Blue.
61 minutes | Nov 24, 2020
Dreaming Big with Dr. X
In this episode we look back to WCC's pause for social justice and listen to thoughts shared on that day. That is followed by an in-depth discussion with Dr. Xyan Neider about WCC's potential to be a leader in this work. There is also an opportunity to get your voice on a future episode of the podcast at the end of the episode, so stick around to find out more!
52 minutes | Oct 19, 2020
Sankofa and the Legacy of Dr. J
In this first episode of TEP Talk we meet with Janis Velasquez Farmer, Ph.D. about her legacy at WCC. We also set out the vision for The Equity Project for the year, and reflect on how the COVID-19 pandemic has impacted us and the world that will come after it.
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