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Name It! Podcast

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Are you looking at the sector, and wondering, why do you always see people from the dominant culture in charge of the biggest nonprofits? This podcast talks about naming and re-claiming what's going on from the perspective of the oppressed. How can we build meaningful allyship based on the principles of inclusion and dignity. We'll share, in quick episodes, quick definitions, interesting anecdotes, PLUS interviews with nonprofit leaders. AND positive things you can do to move up and change the nonprofit world!

Are you looking at the sector, and wondering, why do you always see people from the dominant culture in charge of the biggest nonprofits? This podcast talks about naming and re-claiming what's going on from the perspective of the oppressed. How can we build meaningful allyship based on the principles of inclusion and dignity. We'll share, in quick episodes, quick definitions, interesting anecdotes, PLUS interviews with nonprofit leaders. AND positive things you can do to move up and change the nonprofit world!

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United States

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Are you looking at the sector, and wondering, why do you always see people from the dominant culture in charge of the biggest nonprofits? This podcast talks about naming and re-claiming what's going on from the perspective of the oppressed. How can we build meaningful allyship based on the principles of inclusion and dignity. We'll share, in quick episodes, quick definitions, interesting anecdotes, PLUS interviews with nonprofit leaders. AND positive things you can do to move up and change the nonprofit world!

Language:

English


Episodes

NAME IT! Podcast: Why women have a harder time getting leadership roles

7/8/2019
In this interview with Aaron Levine, who has a master’s in sociology from Portland State University, we discuss what hegemonic masculinity is- and how it manifests in our nonprofits. Part one in a series of 3. Show 1: Introduction, Gender Structure and the Workplace Here’s what we know for sure. Studies show women make less. But it goes beyond that. Sexism in the workplace according to my Bloomerang research (lower wages for women across all job titles, levels of experience) By the end...

Duration:00:37:02

NAME IT! Podcast: How to use your voice to do good -Interview with Erin Donley

6/18/2019
Erin Donley is a nonfiction book ghostwriter and the author of “Don’t Tell Me to Calm Down.” She is known for her ability to dig for the truth, reveal what’s hidden, and teach communication strategies that are both healthy and effective. Order her book Don’t Tell Me to Calm Down here We address: – What […]

Duration:00:31:11

NAME IT! Podcast: Interview with Jewelles Smith

5/14/2019
Welcome to the NAME IT! podcast Today we’re going to talk about disability accessibility in the sector with disability activist Jewelles Smith. This is a movement. Join us! You can listen right here On Stitcher On TuneIn On Google Play On iTunes On Spotify

Duration:00:24:50

NAMEIT! Podcast: Interview with the NeedMor Fund and Mary Sobecki

5/7/2019
In this interview with Mary Sobecki, executive director of the NeedMor Fund, we talk about why involving people in the community in grantmaking decisions is important. Chris Hedges writes, “When we cannot tell ourselves the truth about our past, we become trapped in it. This is especially true about race in America. Our undiscovered […]

Duration:00:34:24

NAME IT! Podcast: White Fragility

4/17/2019
In the nonprofit sector lately, Helen and Mazarine have seen some glaring examples of white fragility. So, we decided to do an episode on what this is, and how we can do better. Are you wondering what white fragility is? how it shows up? listen up for some quick tips on what it is, how […]

Duration:00:28:41

NAME IT! Podcast Episode 4: Interview with Kishshana Palmer: Racism and the Nonprofit Sector

3/21/2019
We are so psyched to speak with Kishshana Palmer, CEO of Kishshana & Co. and Chief Growth Officer of The Future Project. She and Helen Choi talk about the pay gap, the leadership gap, women of color and the advancement challenges they face, and the recent race to lead study. In this interview we go […]

Duration:00:49:20

NAME IT! Podcast -Episode 3: Feminism in the Sector: Interview with Vanessa Chase

3/6/2019
There is a lot to say about feminism in the sector, and what AFP in particular can do better for women! Vanessa Chase, founder of The Storytelling Nonprofit and #FundraisingIsFemale, shares a few tips with us! Here are some of the articles we mention: Feminist Nonprofit Leadership: Feminism is awesome! We have so many women […]

Duration:00:40:30

Name It! Podcast Episode 2: Exploitation In Our Movement-Interview with Chris Ramsaroop

2/19/2019
TW: We talk about suicide in this episode. In this episode we talk with Chris Ramsaroop, organizer for migrant workers in Ontario, Canada (and total badass) about the nonprofit industrial complex, his work, what precarious work is, how men can be better allies, and racism in the sector. Resources: Bullying Bosses can Cause Employee Suicide […]

Duration:00:31:55

NAME IT! Podcast Episode 1: Intersectionality

1/18/2019
Welcome to our first episode! Better listen to the recording, the video is super low volume on my end! Sorry about that! Are you a nonprofit leader who wonders why the sector has problems? Our podcast Name It! (with Mazarine Treyz of Wild Woman Fundraising, and Helen Choi, DJ K Honey) is here to name […]

Duration:00:25:36