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Your weekly podcast that explores Race, Reconciliation, and Social Justice ...one book at time. Joins us for a candid discussion about taking steps to create change in our lives and the communities we live in.

Your weekly podcast that explores Race, Reconciliation, and Social Justice ...one book at time. Joins us for a candid discussion about taking steps to create change in our lives and the communities we live in.

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United States

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Your weekly podcast that explores Race, Reconciliation, and Social Justice ...one book at time. Joins us for a candid discussion about taking steps to create change in our lives and the communities we live in.

Language:

English


Episodes

Discussing race on social media

7/4/2020
During the last episode we started discussing the book “Stamped: Racism, Antiracism, and You” by Jason Reynolds, based off of the book “Stamped from the Beginning” by Ibram X. Kendi but we still had a lot more we could have discussed so today we’re continuing our conversation from the last time. Taking Action: http://eepurl.com/dzbN9fIn The News: https://www.cbsnews.com/news/christopher-columbus-statue-ohio-removed/

Duration:00:34:59

Stamped: Racism, Antiracism, and You

6/25/2020
This week we discuss Stamped by Jason Reynolds published in March 2020. This book is an adaptation Stamped from the Beginning by Ibram X. Kendi (National Book Award winner). ABOUT THE BOOK: The construct of race has always been used to gain and keep power, to create dynamics that separate and silence. Stamped reveals the history of racist ideas in America, and inspires hope for an antiracist future. It takes you on a race journey from then to now, shows you why we feel how we feel, and why...

Duration:00:35:31

America's Racial Reckoning 2020 Edition

6/10/2020
We continue our discussion about protests in America (and the rest of the world) in response to recent violent events involving the police.

Duration:00:44:11

Yes, it's okay to say Black Lives Matter

6/3/2020
We come together to reflect on protests and new conversations about racism in the wake of the killings of George Floyd, Ahmaud Aubrey, and Breonna Taylor. Many people still struggle with why it's important, necessary and okay to say Black Lives Matter. Taking Action 21-Day Racial Equity ChallengeRacial Equity and Social Justice Challenge through YWCA in Dayton Ohio Send us feedback! We want to know how you’re feeling, what you're thinking, and questions you still have....

Duration:00:44:58

Dave Chappelle: The Kennedy Center Mark Twain Prize

2/3/2020
Dave Chappelle: The Kennedy Center Mark Twain Prize This special aired on PBS earlier this month and it showcased the ceremony honoring Dave Chappelle who was the 2019 recipient of The Kennedy Center Mark Twain Prize. The Mark Twain Prize for American Humor has been presented by the Kennedy Center annually since 1998. Named after the 19th-century humorist Mark Twain, it is presented to individuals who have "had an impact on American society in ways similar to" Twain.[1] You can watch...

Duration:00:38:27

Raising White Kids

1/27/2020
Discussion This week we are going to talk about Raising White Kids: Bringing Up Children In A Racially Unjust America by Jennifer Harvey. The book was published January 16, 2018 and is described as a book for families and communities committed to equity and justice who want to equip children to be active and able participants in our racially diverse yet tension-filled society. Jennifer Harvey is an educator, activist, and public speaker whose work focuses primarily on racial justice and...

Duration:00:45:58

A Look Back at 2019

1/18/2020
We take a look back at books read in 2019 and reflect on what's next for the podcast.

Duration:00:29:40

12 The Blood of Emmett Till

10/22/2019
Discussion We talk about The Blood of Emmett Till by Timothy B. Tyson. The book was published January 31, 2017 and was a winner of the Robert F. Kennedy Book Award, a New York Times Notable Book, and an NPR Best book of 2017, as well as acknowledged on multiple other notable book lists. Taking Action Explore your family history! You might be surprised at what you can find. ## In the News Curtis Flowers leaves Parchman prison, returns to county jail ## Send Us Feedback Email:...

Duration:00:39:46

11 Why Are The Black Kids Sitting Together

10/15/2019
EPISODE SUMMARY This week's book is "Why Are All The Black Kids Sitting Together" written by Beverly Daniel Tatum EPISODE NOTES Discussion We're discussing Why Are All the Black Kids Sitting Together written by Beverly Daniel Tatum. 1)What are some of the messages you’ve received and/or can you relate to or share how your self-perceptions have changed over time? What made them change? 2)What is your earliest race related memory? 3) Have you ever discounted someone’s feelings about a...

Duration:00:46:09

10 The Case for Reparations

10/11/2019
Discussion https://www.theatlantic.com/magazine/archive/2014/06/the-case-for-reparations/361631 ## Taking Action Check out volunteer opportunities at the YWCA ## In the News Learn more about the 1619 Project from the New York Times ## Send Us Feedback Email: boundforjustice@gmail.com Voicemail: ‪(614) 450-0372‬ ## Image Credit: "Downtown Chicago Shops" by ColorblindRain is licensed under CC BY-NC 2.0

Duration:00:32:54

09 Born A Crime

8/26/2019
Discussion https://www.trevornoah.com/ We're discussing Born a Crime written and performed by The Daily Show host Trevor Noah. Taking Action https://columbusfoundation.org/the-big-table Participate in The Big Table by the Columbus Foundation taking place on August 28th. In the News Words matter but actions to fight racism matter more Columbus Dispatch article by the YWCA Columbus CEO, Christie Angel Send Us Feedback Email: boundforjustice@gmail.com Voicemail: ‪(614)...

Duration:00:31:22

08 When They See Us Part 2

8/26/2019
We continue our discussion of When They See Us, the limited series on Netflix that tells the story of 5 black teens wrongly convicted in the Central Park jogger case. Discussion https://www.netflix.com/title/80200549 When They See Us is a four-part limited series based on the events of the 1989 Central Park jogger case and it explores the lives of the five suspects who were prosecuted on charges related to her assault, and their families. Taking...

Duration:00:36:49

07 When They See Us Part 1

8/7/2019
Discussion https://www.netflix.com/title/80200549 When They See Us is a four-part limited series based on the events of the 1989 Central Park jogger case and it explores the lives of the five suspects who were prosecuted on charges related to her assault, and their families. Taking Action https://rossieronline.usc.edu/youth-and-racism/ SPEAK UP: Opening a Dialogue with Youth About Racism In the News https://www.nytimes.com/2019/06/03/podcasts/the-daily/rachel-held-evans.html The...

Duration:00:28:38

So You Want To Talk About Race

7/31/2019
BOOK DISCUSSION So You Want To Talk About Race TAKING ACTION Take An Online Course On How To Stop Racism IN THE NEWS Couple throws "MAGA" wedding, paying tribute to President Trump

Duration:00:38:15

05 What does it mean to be a Black Feminist?

6/11/2019
This week we discuss Eloquent Rage by Brittney Cooper in which we explore what it means to means to be a Black Feminist.

Duration:00:36:22

04 The Color of Law

6/5/2019
We discuss The Color of Law in which Richard Rothstein explains how government enacted policies created racially segregated communities in the United States.

Duration:00:37:46

03 Dr. Bernice King

5/28/2019
We discuss a talk with Dr. Bernice King, youngest daughter of Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. and Coretta Scott King. She visited Columbus to speak at Rock City Church in Hillliard, Ohio. You can view the full recording of Dr. King's talk here: https://vimeo.com/327736367

Duration:00:34:01

02 When They Call You A Terrorist

5/21/2019
We review "When They Call You A Terrorist" a memoir by Patrice Cullors, co-founder of the Black Lives Matter movement.

Duration:00:30:14

01 White Fragility

5/14/2019
This week we review White Fragility written by Robin DiAngelo. White Fragility was published in 2018. It is described as a “vital, necessary, and beautiful book” (Dyson) in which DiAngelo explains the concept of white fragility and “allows us to understand racism as a practice not restricted to ‘bad people’ (Rankine). DiAngelo has been a consultant and trainer for over 20 years on issues of racial and social justice. She has a PhD in Multicultural Education from the University of...

Duration:00:30:11

Welcome to Bound For Justice

5/7/2019
Rachel Roszman and Charlotte Wilson talk about why they're starting the Bound For Justice podcast and what you can expect each week.

Duration:00:15:09