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Alok Vaid-Menon: The Urgent Need for Compassion 

An episode of The Man Enough Podcast. Do you know who you are outside of who you have been told you should be? Acclaimed gender non-conforming writer, performer, and speaker, ALOK, shares their story and the stories of those who came before them. In a conversation filled with wisdom, historical insight, and radical mercy, ALOK challenges us to value compassion over comprehension, to try harder for each other in the name of love, and reminds us that learning is a sign of being alive.


Real Ones with Jon Bernthal | Kevin Vance, retired U.S. Special Forces and firefighter

Kevin Vance is a retired US Military Veteran and is currently a firefighter and first responder. Kevin and Jon met while Kevin was consulting on the film Fury. They discuss law enforcement, masculinity, resiliency, civil discourse, and more.


How three unlikely groups worked together to achieve interracial solidarity

We turn to late 1960s Chicago, when three unlikely groups came together to form a coalition based on interracial solidarity. It's hard to imagine this kind of collaboration today, but we dove into how a group of Black radicals, Confederate flag-waving white Southerners, and street-gang-turned-activist Puerto Ricans found common ground. They called themselves: The Rainbow Coalition.


The Credibility Gap: How Sexism Shapes Human Knowledge

What does the suppression of women's experiences and knowledge in culture and media mean in terms of human understanding? How does a global suppression of women's experiences, perspectives and storytelling result in injustice and inequality? Speech by Soraya Chemaly.



Fursa is the Swahili word for opportunity. The Amani Project is supporting athletes from East Africa with the opportunity to race against the top gravel riders in the World. This video highlights the Migration Gravel Race, a semi supported four day stage race across the wilds of the Maasai Mara, Kenya.


Let’s Replace Cancel Culture with Accountability

Sonya Renee Taylor explores the impact of calling out and calling in people who have caused harm. She offers us a third alternative - “calling on”. Taylor offers "calling on" as a method for naming harm and allowing each of us to carve our own pathway toward ACCOUNTABILITY and RESPONSIBILITY for our education and change.


Understanding My Privilege

Susan E. Borrego, reflects on her life as an emancipated minor and dissects the emotionally charged conversation surrounding race relations in the United States. This raconteur uses her powerful first-person account of "White Privilege" and "Black Lives Matter" to underscore the responsibility each one of us has to bring about change.


Panti’s Noble Call

Irish drag queen Panti Bliss in a post-show oration that describes oppression at different levels, especially internalized oppression.


How to deconstruct racism, one headline at a time

Baratunde Thurston explores the phenomenon of white Americans calling the police on Black Americans who have committed the crimes of... eating, walking or generally "living while Black." In this profound, thought-provoking and often hilarious talk, he reveals the power of language to change stories of trauma into stories of healing -- while challenging us all to level up.


Racism has a cost for everyone

Racism makes our economy worse -- and not just in ways that harm people of color, says public policy expert Heather C. McGhee. From her research and travels across the US, McGhee shares startling insights into how racism fuels bad policymaking and drains our economic potential -- and offers a crucial rethink on what we can do to create a more prosperous nation for all. "Our fates are linked," she says. "It costs us so much to remain divided."


Seeing White

When did racism start, and why? Who invented the very notion of being “white,” or “black,” and why did they do so? Journalist and documentary podcaster John Biewen looked into these questions, and he argues that the answers could transform our approach to solving racial injustice. (This talk previews the Scene on Radio | Seeing White podcast series.)


Scene on Radio | Seeing White | S2 E1: Turning the Lens

An introduction to the podcast series exploring what it means to be White. By John Biewen, with special guest Chenjerai Kumanyika