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Breaking It Down with Jodi Marks

Breaking It Down with Jodi Marks

By Jodi Marks
Breaking It Down with Jodi Marks is a new weekly talk show series where Jodi Marks will have conversations with different panelists in an effort to educate, inspire, enlighten and encourage each of us to take an active stance for what is right - equality and justice for all.

Weekly topics will be focused on racism, discrimination, and injustice toward members of our black community and what we as a theatre company, as artists, and as a community can do to make the world a better, safer, and more just place for all. ⁠
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Why Do We Vote?
Missed the episode? Catch it right here and learn the importance of voting! Episode 13: Wednesday, October 7th @ 6:30PM PT Guests: Matthew Hamlett & Daniel Brezenoff Topic: Why Do We Vote? P3 Theatre Company stands in solidarity with our black mothers, fathers, daughters, sons, brothers, sisters, actors, writers, designers, technicians - the entire black community. Breaking It Down with Jodi Marks is a new weekly talk show series where I will have conversations with different panelists in an effort to educate, inspire, enlighten, and encourage each of us to take an active stand for what is right - equality and justice for all. The series can be viewed on our Facebook Live feed every Wednesday at 6:30pm PT. It will later be uploaded to YouTube and Instagram. Weekly topics will be focused on racism, descrimination, and injustice toward members of our black community and what P3 as a theatre company, as artists, and as a community can do to make the world a better, safer, and more just place for all.
01:12:13
October 21, 2020
March On Washington 2020 Part 2: After the March
Jodi Marks, Gray Mathis and Bre Mathis recall their first-hand experiences from March on Washington 2020, accompanied with photos and videos from the event!   Please sign the petition at the following link: https://sign.moveon.org/petitions/fight-back-against-police-brutality-and-murder?fbclid=IwAR1g9ck8wzjvM1-qB-dEQjc5ZpIAPjsTpOTp7F6rm-Xv1DZHyoHi99RGkI4
47:58
September 3, 2020
March on Washington 2020 Part 1: Before the March
Panelists: Bre Mathis Gary Mathis ____ To learn more about the march, please visit: 2020march.com naacp.org/marchonwashington NationalActionNetwork.net
44:46
August 27, 2020
Growing Up as a Black Woman
Panelists: Desiree Rew Fadeke Oparinde Enid Croom
01:29:39
August 20, 2020
Growing Up as a Black Man
Panelists:    Kenney M Green⁠⠀  Ron Hutchins⁠⠀ Tyree Freely⁠⠀
01:14:12
August 13, 2020
Social Media and the News⁠
Panelists:⁠   Kim Maina⁠  Deanne Stewart⁠  LaTianna Williams⁠
01:23:17
August 6, 2020
Being an Ally for the Black Community⁠
Panelists:   Alden Bettencourt⁠  Alexander Huntley⁠
01:10:15
July 23, 2020
Colorism
Panelists:    Darren Jacobs⁠  Greg Williamson⁠  Fadeke Oparinde⁠
01:25:25
July 16, 2020
Self Love and Confidence in the Black Community
Panelists:⁠  Natalie Gray⁠  Desiree Rew⁠
01:36:57
July 9, 2020
Being a Voice for the Community Through Art
Panelists:⁠  Kade’sha Barnard⁠  Daisia Iman⁠  Taylor Fagins⁠
01:38:51
July 2, 2020
Educating the Next Generation
Panelists: Van Angelo, Shelly Ramey, Lori Andrews
01:04:39
June 25, 2020
Challenges Faced by Black Performers
Panelists: Evin Johnson, Asja Stamps, Malinda Farrington
51:30
June 18, 2020
Raising Black Children
Panelists: David Sabella⁠, Christa Wallin, Rayla Garske ⁠
42:32
June 11, 2020