This episode is a brief introduction to the podcast facilitator and a glimpse into the gestation of the project itself.
It features Rev. Donna Vanhook, MDiv, MA.NPM, Womanist Community Organizer and Jenn Grimmett, Podcast Host & Social Justice Educator.Read More
This episode challenges the idea that intergenerational and historical traumas are separate experiences for Black and Brown Girls & Women, within the context of education, health, and psychology.
It features Buffie Longmire-Avital, Associate Professor of Psychology and Coordinator of African and African American Studies at Elon University.Read More
This episode highlights gendered and racial disparities as it relates to women and girls of color, within the context of law enforcement and the Black church.
It features Dr. Sharon Ellis Davis, a Pastor of the United Church of Christ and a Retired Police Officer of the City of Chicago.Read More
This episode takes a closer look at how systems of oppression have a direct impact on not only incarcerated people, but also families and communities.
It features Dr. Leigh-Anne Royster, the Director of Inclusive Community Development at Elon University in NC.Read More
This episode offers information about services being offered in Alamance County, NC to educate school administrators, teachers, and local law enforcement on effective and trauma-informed strategies for suicide prevention.
It features Meredith Peffley, Community Relations Specialist at Cardinal Innovations Healthcare and past Director of Development and Community Relations for Women’s Resource Center in Alamance County.Read More
This episode covers two-generational strategies for improving child wellbeing and addresses the relationship between discrimination and the risk for attempted or completed suicide.
It features Whitney Tucker, Research Director at NC Child, where she leads the organization’s data and research initiatives and provides actionable analysis of public policies impacting North Carolina’s children and families.Read More
This episode looks at the social, educational, and economic effects of early teen pregnancy on girls of color.
It features Lisa R. McBroom, MBA, a Program Manager and Lead IFPS specialist at the Exchange Club’s Family Center in Alamance.Read More
This episode examines the interplay between the Child Welfare System, public policies, and the racial and gendered stereotyping of women and girls of color.
It features Dr. Vanessa Drew-Branch, an Assistant Professor at Elon University and the Owner of VLDrew Consulting Inc.Read More
This episode offers clarification on how the identities of migrant, immigrant, and refugee hold specific experiences and agency within our national and local landscapes.
It features Dr. Sharon D. Morrison, an Associate Professor in the Department of Public Health Education at University of North Carolina Greensboro (UNCG). She is also a Research Fellow with the Center for New North Carolinians at UNCG.Read More