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Carolyn Yeager looks at the difference and similarity between what is understood as Race and as Ethnicity.
The unquestioned importance of race in determining our well-being and safety;
The need to understand the role ethnicity plays;
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Ellington, Education and the Ethics of Ethnicity Erasure
This ACC show takes on the ideas of the burden of Black cultural institutions historically upholding as a now fading idea, the need of Black ethnicity and identity in contemporary cultural debates as a cultral forced forward agenda. Music educator, Yolanda Willams, and host Bill Banfield explore the debate in relation to education, music and culture programming. Banfield explores Ellington as one of Ameica's greatest composers, on Essays of Note.
Producer Rahn Dorsey and Bill continue to deal with their examination of defining the Modern Music Progressive, asking what's the current context for 21st century modern artistry. Don't miss any of Blog Talk Radio's/ Tavis Smiley networks shows. Hear what 30,000 listeners have experienced with ACC.Hear You There! Be sure to follow us now on Twitter. Be a follower @accbillbanfield
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Race; Each of the major divisions of humankind, having distinct physical characteristics.
Ethnicity; The fact or state of belonging to a social group that has a common national or cultural tradition.
There’s a constant act of prying and segregating the principle of representing one another as a whole—as a RACE. Our ethnicity in some cases does create some confusion and helps in pushing a race apart instead of understanding the overall connection. The definition of the two is very much similar and can bring so much different interpretations from one person to the next. I think that the inferior prejudices that rise from these misinterpretations are what creates the overall division especially in the Black culture….. Tune in for our discussion tomorrow on LET IT BE KNOWN LIVE!
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Hi Bedroom Playmates,
On this episode we are discussing Interracial Relationships. Is there an issue in the Black community when it comes to white or other ethnic women dating black men but less of an issue when a black woman dates a white man or any other ethnicity? Why do we see such uprest when a Black male celebrity or athlete date a woman of another ethnicity? Is it really about the woman he has chosen to date or is it something more ingrain within the Black culture?
Are interracial relationships any different from relationships of the same ethnic group.
Does love actually have a color? What is your preference? Why or why wouldn't you date someone of an opposite ethnic group?
What about interracial relationships in the LGBT community? Do they face the same issues as heterosexual couples?
We want to talk about this. This will be a healthy discussion. We are having guest host Tessie Wilmot on the show to engage us in this topic.
Join us and share your thoughts.
October 23, 2014 - LIVING A RICHER LIFE ~ Life Changing Talk Radio
THEME: Leveraging Intersectionality or LI – What is it and why is it important?
Dr. Fay Cobb Payton – Professor, Researcher, Diversity, Inclusion & Technology Advocate and the author of “Leveraging Intersectionality: Seeing and Not Seeing”
THIS WEEK’S MESSAGE:
Intersectionality is a term that was coined by American professor Kimberlé Crenshaw in 1989. Intersectionality is most commonly defined as the interconnected nature of social categorizations such as race, class, and gender as they apply to a given individual or group, regarded as creating overlapping and interdependent systems of discrimination or disadvantage. This scholarly and progressive view of "valuing diversity" originally encompassed "women" and their experience of oppression in varying configurations and in varying degrees of intensity. Yet, the prospective has been extended into include all people who have experienced cultural patterns of oppression. The theory is that cultural patterns of oppression are not only interrelated, but are bound together and influenced by the intersectional systems of society. Examples of this include race, gender, class, ability, and ethnicity. According to one leading expert, "through an awareness and the leveraging of intersectionality, we can better acknowledge and ground the differences among us, gain the benefits of inclusion within both academic and corporation environments and enhance the global society as a whole." What is the Intersectionality and why is it important?
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