Dec 30, 2020
Dèsa Daniel is a counselor educator who’s work centers the lived experiences of African American communities. In this episode we discuss allyship and the influence of the Black Lives Matter movement on on our understanding of how we as individuals can shape our society.
For more, please visit desadaniel.com
Dec 14, 2020
This episode features Dr. Kaprea Johnson an Associate Professor at Virginia Commonwealth University. We are discussing health disparities among minority and vulnerable populations.
To access more of Dr. Johnson's work visit her faculty page at VCU
Nov 30, 2020
Episode 51 features poets Mercedez Holtry and Hakim Bellamy. Both are renown artists, teachers and writers. We talk about storytelling and contemporary struggles for space in the dominant narrative. We stress the value of expression and listening as communal and integral to our wellness.
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Nov 20, 2020
The Theory of Change Podcast has been on a break and will resume releasing new content next week.
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Sep 26, 2020
This episode features friend of the podcast professor of Africana Studies Charles Peterson from Oberlin College. We are discussing The Fire Next Time by James Baldwin (1963),the relevance of Baldwin's confessional account of white supremacy, and it's implications for human nature.