As we close out Black History Month, this mini-episode is dedicated to sharing stories about those whom you may not read about in the History Books. Enjoy the episode and please check out our source material linked here:
1951 USF Dons
Fred Crawford Honored at St Bonaventure
"Bob and Fred" Video [audio used in the episode]
Intro to Athanasius of Alexandria
Lemuel Haynes - The Black Puritan
Join us as we share the reader's digest version of our journeys with regard to faith, race, and identity. These issues can be both complex and very straightforward, personal and societal, polarizing and bonding. Our hope is that our brief chats can get the conversation started for you - or at least cause you to think more deeply about the issues we cover.
Resources cited in the episode:
- 5 Reasons you should celebrate Black History Month (Tisby)
- Racism: There's Something in the Water (Propaganda)
- Racial Equity Institute: The Groundwater Approach
On this episode, we talk transparently about the ways in which social media has the power to impact us positively or negatively. From being able to connect with the world and make a positive impact to the ways in which it can lead us into the pit of comparison, depression, distraction and so much more.
On this episode, Dwight, a trans-racial adoptee, shares his story and his thoughts on some of the myths and truths about adoption.
Here is the link to Dwight's piece that we reference during the episode about the intersections of identity, race and adoption: https://link.medium.com/ldjuXDiMgS
Intrigued? Want to read and learn more? Here is a short list of articles, resources and experts: