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  • 02:00

    Lachrista Greco Used Phoenix Calida's Rape To Quit Intersectionality

    in Entertainment


    In moving forward with Blackness, a very important thing is to get away from toxic, self serving White Feminists (TM) and their blatantly supremacist ways.

    For over 2 years, White Feminist (TM), Lachrista Greco had been enjoying the free labor a poor black woman to boost her own brand and name. She was very well aware that this black woman is struggling with health and poverty.

    We'll get more into this. 

    Today's news. 
    Iowans are about to begin caucuses as candidates anxiously await results 

    GENEVA - The Latest on developments regarding the Zika virus (all times local): 1:30 a.m.. The Brazilian health ministry is welcoming the World Health Organization's declaration that the Zika virus outbreak in Brazil and elsewhere in the Americas ...

    The Chicago Teachers Union announced Monday it has rejected a four-year contract proposal, saying the offer does not address school conditions, a lack of services for some students or the fiscal crisis the nation's third-largest district faces

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  • 00:47

    Leveraging Intersectionality or LI – What is it and why is it important?

    in Books

    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”


    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?

  • 02:01

    Intersectionality in the Freethought Community

    in Culture

    Please join Vida and Tierra as we discuss intersectionality in the freethought community..
    The call-in number is 310-982-4273. You can also Skype into the show by clicking the big, blue S during the broadcast. You can also set a reminder for yourself by clicking the link, clicking reminder and set for a time most convenient for you. Time: 10AM PST/NOON CST/1PM EST.

  • 00:59

    Intersectionality of Oppression How Black people are Like Racist White People

    in LGBT

    Every since the internet has become popular, alot of us have come to grips with the fact that not only is oppression found inside  of our homes, or families but BEYOND our doorsteps.I don't know about you, but Suddenly I have been seeing meme's and countless post with heterosexual POC accusing LGBT people of having an "agenda"  That I am in no way shape and form apart of. Everyday Heterosexuals are  attacking LGBTQA people with postings concering our sexual expression.

    LGBTQA/(regardless of how they identify) have become the poster board children for oppression by the same group of people who dislike white america for the it's dehumanizing practices just to marginalize those who identify differently from the heteronormative dialog that we have been forced to accept as the only way to be every since we  were assigned a sexuality to us at birth. On this blog talk  we will discuss how black hetetosexual people tend to act superior about sexuality the way racist white people act superior towards black people with skin color. And how heterosexuals can can often be terrorist by implementing heavy Mirco-Aggressions when dealing with people whose individual self expression differs from their own.

  • 00:35

    Intersectionality & Diversity in the Tech Industry: Challenge of Silicon Valley

    in Business

    This interview is a three-way discussion between the host, Franne McNeal, the author, Dr. Fay Cobb Payton and Dr. Wayne M. Wormley.

    Dr. Fay Cobb Payton published a book in 2014 entitled: Leveraging Intersectionality: Seeing and Not Seeing, in which she discussed digital and social inclusion in technology oriented fields. Her work is a reflection of the earlier diversity efforts (from the 80’s and 90’s to the new millennium), to create productive and healthy work environments that naturally attract the best and brightest talent, globally. Here we are in 2015 and we see these efforts have not succeeded, especially in technology oriented/STEM fields.

    Guest: Dr. Fay Cobb Payton, Founding Director, MyHealthImpactNetwork, a social network experience that focuses on health disparities and social media technology interventions. @MyHealthImpact provides “voice” for the millennial generation about health, culture and technology innovation topics. www.MyHealthImpactNetwork.org, https://www.linkedin.com/in/drfay, www.twitter.com/MyHealthImpact

    Guest: Dr. Wayne M. Wormley, President, The Wormley Company, an extensive network of consultants and trainers, that provides clients with cost-effective solutions to interpersonal and organizational performance and productivity issues, by creating a work environment in which everyone can do their best work and achieve their full potential. www.linkedin.com/pub/wayne-wormley/5/394/575

  • 01:31

    BARS- The Black Atheist Radio Show Ep. 3: Misogynoir

    in Atheism

    Sapio Paz is Co-Host of The Dating Human Show and Deanna Adams is Author of the blog, Musings on a Limb.

    Topics Will Include:

    Double edged sword of misogynoir (strong black woman archetype and respectability)
    Erasure of non gender conforming women (trans life expectancy)
    Catcalling/Street Harassment
    Body Policing

  • 00:54

    Black Atheist Radio Show Ep. 1: Police Brutality

    in Atheism

    Hosts: Heather "Heat" Smith, Kahlil Haynes & Rashaud "Blazer" Peete

  • 01:59

    American Fascism - The Response To Justice.

    in Entertainment

    The people are in the streets and in social media clearly articulating what they want to change and why.

    What do they want to change?

    The system of oppression to a system of fairness and justice.
    A system of inclusive social pragmatism.

    Seeing as how this system of oppression is run by humans, it is having an organic and living response to proposed change.

    The activists are a virus and the slow transitions are symptoms of illness so this living body of oppression is sending out the white blood cells of aggressive fascism to deal with the infection.

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  • 00:33

    Why Is It Difficult for White Women to Talk About Race & Racism?

    in Culture

    9 times out of 10, when I engage or attempt to engage with a White woman about race and racism, the conversation either doesn't happen or it goes south quickly. Anger, frustration, denial, blame, defensiveness, lashing out, crying, running away or the silent treatment is usually the response I get from White women. Why does this happen? Why is it so difficult for most White women to have a conversation about race and racism? Kara Dansky and I will be uncovering the answers to this HOT, burning question during a frank and honest conversation on this weeks show. Don't miss it! We're having a conversation that matters! Learn more about how to begin having Race Talks, get your copy of Antagonists, Advocates and Allies at http://www.shetalkswetalk.com 

    Kara Dansky is a lawyer, policy analyst and advocate, and meditation instructor, with decades of experience in the nonprofit and public sectors. Before founding One Thousand Arms, she was a Special Advisor at the Mayor’s Office of Criminal Justice in New York, Senior Counsel at the American Civil Liberties Union, Senior Advisor at the Department of Homeland Security’s Office for Civil Rights and Civil Liberties, and Executive Director of the Stanford Criminal Justice Center at Stanford Law School. Before that, she was a public defender and federal law clerk. Though most of her professional experience before founding One Thousand Arms was in the criminal justice arena, she has also worked in the areas of housing rights, consumer protection, and reproductive rights. She has appeared on numerous panels and conducted many public speaking engagements. She received her J.D. from the University of Pennsylvania Law School and her B.A. from the Johns Hopkins University (both cum laude).

  • 00:48

    McTucky Fried High Special Guest: Rob Carnilius with Anna DeShawn & the QCrew

    in Entertainment

    McTucky Fried High stands as one of the only openly LGBTQ animated series to date. While popular network cartoons like Steven Universe, Adventure Time, andThe Legend of Korra can be progressive for LGBTQ media, they still face censorship that limits their discussion on sexuality and gender identity. McTucky Fried High is helping to lead the wave of animated media that affirms LGBTQ experiences.

    As a web cartoon, McTucky is accessible to anyone with an internet connection. Season 1 had 5 episodes that discussed coming out of the closet, bullying, body image, gender identity, and sexting. You can watch Season 1 here!

    Season 2 of McTucky Fried High will have 7 episodes and will introduce new characters and topics like religion, feminism, race, STD's and intersectionality. We will also have complimentary curriculums for each episode!

    Our first season accumulated 36,000+ views on Youtube, was screened at numerous film festivals worldwide, and was recently dubbed in Japanese with a collaboration with students at Aoyama Gaukuin University in Tokyo,  Japan.

  • 01:34

    Urban Society

    in Entertainment

    Urban Society an open platform for intellectual debates regarding issue and current events affecting our urban communities. Hosted by James A. Jones and Martin C.

    Tonight's Topics:

    1. Denial.

    2. Police Violence.

    3. What Is Intersectionality?

    Join in the conversation and let us know your opinions 646-595-4038

    Urban Society is live every Sunday evening 10:30pm EST on the Hottest Station on the net...Dollhouse Radio

    Visit us on the web: www.DollhouseRadio.com