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Get Into It

Get Into It

By Jordan Rice and Ambree Robinson
Get Into It is a show created by two black girls who grew up in white suburban Georgia. The two discuss the unique experience that is growing up black in a predominantly white area. As they explore topics through the lens of young black people, they strive to be a relatable voice to others in a similar position. Music created by @iamtrerice
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School Gets An F
In this episode, Jordan and Ambree discuss some of their issues with the American education system. Whether it's the flawed "gifted program", the racial influence on academic opportunity, or the lack of teaching life skills, they talk about it all!
30:05
September 23, 2020
Oppression Isn't A Trend
In this episode, Jordan and Ambree discuss the negative nature of performative activism and other similar topics. As mentioned in the episode, below are some helpful links that can be used as learning tools around the BLM (Black Lives Matter) Movement. Justice for George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, Ahmaud Arbery, and countless others.  https://blacklivesmatter.com/  https://www.washingtonpost.com/opinions/2020/06/22/what-numbers-say-whites-blacks-live-two-different-americas/?arc404=true https://www.insider.com/how-to-help-fight-systemic-racism-2020-6
25:24
September 16, 2020
Don't Touch My Hair
In this episode of Get Into It, Jordan and Ambree share their hair journeys and the response they received from the people around them.
24:40
September 9, 2020
Where's My Color TV?
In this episode of Get Into It, Jordan and Ambree discuss the lack of representation in media for people of color and how impactful representation is.
31:15
September 2, 2020
“The Black Girls are Raising their Hands”
In the first episode of Get Into It, Jordan and Ambree explore their journey of finding themselves as black people while living in white suburbia. This journey includes shocking encounters and self reflection. Nonetheless, they were instrumental in creating who they are today. 
34:43
September 2, 2020