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SJ Pack with Amerah Archer
Amerah Archer is a graduate of the University of Toledo where she earned her Masters of Education in 2013 as well as a Bachelors of Chemistry in 2009, and currently pursuing a PhD in Curriculum and Instruction with an emphasis on Culturally Responsive Pedagogy and Social Justice Education.  She serves as a research graduate assistant in UT’s Teacher Education department.  Mrs. Archer is a native of Toledo, Ohio where she has been employed with Toledo Public Schools teaching Physical Science and Chemistry since 2013.  Since then she has served as the Freshmen Cluster Lead Teacher, Class of 2020 advisor, and Chemical Safety Officer. Her primary goal has been to collaborate with teachers, teacher educators, and preservice teachers to ensure all students have equitable access to a successful path that leads to a promising future. Social Justice resources Amerah has complied (click here). 
37:18
April 28, 2021
Critical Race Theory and All The Things with Erika Jay
Who is Erika Jay?  Professor Erika Jay joined the Organizational Leadership department as an Academic Advisor and Lecturer in 2020, where she has taught courses on leading people in organizations as well as leading in diverse and global contexts. She first joined the Northern Kentucky University community in 2012, as a Public Administration student, and graduate assistant in Teacher Education. She began her professional career with NKU in the Office of Human Resources as the Equal Employment Opportunities Coordinator and ADA Officer for faculty and staff in 2013. In 2014, she became an alumna when she earned her Master of Arts in Integrative Studies (MAIS) with a focus in Public Administration and Industrial and Organizational Psychology. During this time Erika also completed a certification in Nonprofit Management from the Masters in Public Administration program at NKU and a certification in public service leadership, from the UPEACE Center for Executive Education in Costa Rica. She serves on the NKU Alumni Board of Directors, NKU’s Inclusive Excellence Council and the Black Faculty and Staff Association where she was recognized for “untiring enthusiasm and consistent commitment”. Erika is a lifelong learner and currently pursuing a doctorate in NKU’s Educational Leadership doctoral program, studying Black faculty retention and organizational behaviors. What was discussed? We touched on Critical Race Theory, identity, racial wealth gap and more.  What to do next: Join the Talk It Out Community by joining you will receive resources and additional information on how to progress on your journey. Become a member our Talk It Out Peace by Peace facebook group, subscribe to our newsletter and/or attend our monthly book discussions.  Want to be a guest: click here. Resources Mentioned: So, You Wanna Talk About Race  How To Be Less Stupid About Race White Fragility Scholars Mentioned: Derrick Bell Gloria Ladson-Billings Payne Hiraldo
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February 22, 2021
Brave Space for Critical Conversations Finale
Chris Caldwell is the International Services Adviser for Ohio Northern University. He is originally from Puyallup (Pew-wallup), Washington State and a professional transplant living in Findlay, Ohio. He has been working in Diversity and Inclusion education, facilitation, and consultancy for the past 8 years, attempting to build the just, equitable, and inclusive world that he wants to live in. When Chris is not reading, he is going for hikes, entertaining his cat, playing board games with his spouse, drinking a cold beer, doing any number of odd-projects, or sleeping.
41:04
January 25, 2021
Special Edition: Development of Multicultural Competencies
Seth Butler is first and foremost a follower of Jesus Christ and desires to use his various platforms to spark conversations about the intersection of faith and race through spoken word and academic spaces. Seth currently serves as the Director of Intercultural Student Services at the University of Findlay. As a Findlay native with 7 siblings, Seth decided to move away from his close-knit family to pursue his educational and athletic aspirations at Colorado State University where he earned both his Bachelor's and Master's degrees. An elite college athlete, Seth sought to become an Olympic track runner, and in his own words laughs about how "that clearly didn't happen." Seth has had the opportunity to equip and empower young adults, first as a career coach and consultant, and most recently in his role advancing Diversity and Inclusion work at the University of Findlay. Seth has a passion for facilitating tough conversations with the goal of helping others grow in their understanding of race relations in our society.
18:38
September 08, 2020
Special Edition: Where do companies start on their journey cultural awareness?
Meet Natajia Miller of Afro Fro Travels. @mindfrotravel In this episode, we discuss where do we start. Natajia is an anti-racism advocate, travel junkie and the mother of Mind Fro Travel which is a company all about promoting humanity through cultural awareness. For the last decade Natajia has lived and worked in 4 different countries across  North America,  the Middle East and China. She is currently enjoying the Bahamian weather while assisting her mom's travel business and doing virtual workshops and coaching clients on anti-racism for individuals and organizations. Check out her free training on allyship at www.youtube.com/c/mindfrotravel or email her at mindfrotravel@gmail.com to chat
28:43
August 20, 2020
Special Edition: Making the Business Case for Cultural Awareness
Meet Natajia Miller of Afro Fro Travels. @mindfrotravel  In this episode, we discuss why businesses should focus on cultural awareness.  Natajia is an anti-racism advocate, travel junkie and the mother of Mind Fro Travel which is a company all about promoting humanity through cultural awareness. For the last decade Natajia has lived and worked in 4 different countries across  North America,  the Middle East and China. She is currently enjoying the Bahamian weather while assisting her mom's travel business and doing virtual workshops and coaching clients on anti-racism for individuals and organizations. Check out her free training on allyship at www.youtube.com/c/mindfrotravel or email her at mindfrotravel@gmail.com to chat. Cultural Awareness Resources Diversity Matters (infographic) Inclusion Matters (infographic)
22:24
August 14, 2020
Strategy for Teaching about Race
Listen to Dr. Carla Pattin discuss how she uses a specific framework to teach her students about race. 
13:29
August 13, 2020
Africana Womanism, Black Feminism & More
Listen to Part 2 of Dr. Carla Pattin
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August 12, 2020
Identity and Intersectionality
Interview with Dr. Carla Pattin discussing Africana Womanism, Black Feminism, intersectionality & more. 
17:10
August 12, 2020
How to Talk to Racist Family Members
Part 2 of interview with Kathy Tucker where she discusses having conversations with racist family members.  Kathy is the CEO of the Northwest Ohio Housing Development Agency. Kathy brings over ten years of retail, mortgage, and business banking experience to her current position as CEO of the Northwest Ohio Housing Development Agency (NOHDA). Reporting to the Board of Directors, she has overall strategic and operational responsibility for NOHDA’s Nonprofit staff, programs, expansion, and execution of its mission. The agency provides a variety of HUD Housing Counseling and Homebuyer Education services to Lucas and surrounding Counties. It is her mission to drive economic and homeownership opportunities to under-represented families through collaboration, equitable processes, and fair lending practices. Under her leadership, the agency has spearheaded a multi-million dollar investment back into the community through home purchases of low-to-moderate income families to partnered financial institutions. Kathy serves in leadership roles on a variety of boards, committees, and coalitions. She has a Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration and is a Juris Doctorate Candidate (2023) at the University of Toledo College of Law.
18:22
July 27, 2020
How to Talk to Racist Family Members
Part 1 of interview with Kathy Tucker where she discusses her racial identity and having conversations with racist family members.  Kathy is the CEO of the Northwest Ohio Housing Development Agency. Kathy brings over ten years of retail, mortgage, and business banking experience to her current position as CEO of the Northwest Ohio Housing Development Agency (NOHDA). Reporting to the Board of Directors, she has overall strategic and operational responsibility for NOHDA’s Nonprofit staff, programs, expansion, and execution of its mission. The agency provides a variety of HUD Housing Counseling and Homebuyer Education services to Lucas and surrounding Counties. It is her mission to drive economic and homeownership opportunities to under-represented families through collaboration, equitable processes, and fair lending practices. Under her leadership, the agency has spearheaded a multi-million dollar investment back into the community through home purchases of low-to-moderate income families to partnered financial institutions. Kathy serves in leadership roles on a variety of boards, committees, and coalitions. She has a Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration and is a Juris Doctorate Candidate (2023) at the University of Toledo College of Law.
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July 27, 2020