Pieces to Weight

Pieces to Weight

By Julius Alejandro
There are topics that are affecting the underbelly of our society. They are complex with no simple answers. Join Julius Alejandro, sociologist, and organizational leadership consultant as he interviews guests that provides perspective and give pieces to weight of understanding. Each session will cover a topic with a different guest to provide a perspective.
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S1:P4: An Act of that Resistance
Gerrlyn is a Filipina who is a lead organizer for the ACLU. She shares her experience in organizing for an underserved area.
20:15
February 16, 2019
S1:P3: It’s Okay to Cry
Ronald is the only male guests for Session 1 on feminism. He shares from his personal experience made him an advocate for gender equality.  Ronald has self-published a book, 'Vinnie: a love letter' and by purchasing a copy you are helping his Young Brother Book Club that aims to help young black males in southeastern San Diego. Find your copy at www.rprestonclark.com
22:59
February 14, 2019
S1:P2: Not a Dirty Word
The Feminist Movement is mostly associated with white women. Kacie is a millennial white woman who understands her privilege and shares her view and takeaways.
22:13
February 12, 2019
Session 1 Piece 1: Mother
We premiere our first session with Salina. She shares how being identified as Latinx and a mother to two infant sons has shaped her views on feminism.
16:22
February 11, 2019