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At long last, Equity Institute presents "All the Things—PNW", a podcast dedicated to all things race, identity, justice, and their function—especially in these uncertain times. Hosted by Erin Jones, Fernell Miller, and Dr. Jen Self, the trio shares their insights/experiences as educators, scholars, activists, parents, women of color, LGBTQIA+ individuals/allies, and global citizens. Here, they hold space for the difficult conversations about all the things that we should've been talking abou ...
 
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A beautiful young mom vanishes without a trace from Washougal, Washington in February 2018 • Grieving Felida woman stitches tribute to missing niece - The Columbian • Vancouver family worried daughter who has been missing for weeks may be in trouble | Local News | kptv.com • Missing Vancouver woman last seen with man whose body was found on rural r…
 
Today on ATT—PNW, we’re talking about how black/brown/LGBTQIA folks move through the world, and the territoriality enforced by white supremacy. Dr. J talks about their weekend surrounded by whiteness, Erin tells the story of why her and her husband are consistently harassed by airport security (even though they are both experienced travelers), and …
 
This week we cover Dayton Leroy Rogers - Part two. You may recall, this fuckface misogynist full of garbage juice killed at least seven woman, nearly motivating Caitlyn to return to the halls of academia for another degree. His final victim was brutally assaulted in a very public place with several witnesses who jumped into action. Today we're goin…
 
"Mini-episode" with some information about me plus some statistics I found about missing person cases. Missing Persons | Person Crimes | The City of Portland, Oregon (portlandoregon.gov) Report a Missing Person - Police | seattle.gov Missing Persons By State 2021 (worldpopulationreview.com) Crimestoppers of Oregon phone #: 503-823-4357 Crime Stoppe…
 
As America's youth heads back to school in-person, many white parents and teachers are relieved at the idea of life returning to normal, despite a worsening pandemic and a nationwide racial reckoning. Meanwhile, Black and Brown folks wonder if the systemic changes promised by educators and administrators across the country will be fulfilled, or if …
 
This week we cover a serial killer whose brutal homicides shocked Oregon. Dayton Leroy Rogers killed at least seven woman. Six of whom he dumped in the forests of Molalla. His final victim was brutally assaulted in a very public place with several witnesses who jumped into action. You will be simultaneously booing him and clapping for these amazing…
 
This week we have special guest Jacob Westman on to talk about his books and short films. Then we drink wine and tell scary stories. We never thought there would be anything creepier than a child... but we were wrong! There are creatures of unknown origins that appear to be a children with COMPLETELY BLACK EYES! Known as "Black Eyed Children" or "B…
 
This week we’re covering Keith Hunter Jesperson, known as the “Happy Face Killer.” Let’s be clear we’re unhappy about it! Although a similar sounding name his case should not be confused with the "Smiley Face Murders." Jesperson had a pretty rough childhood. In his young adult life we start to see some disturbing behavior that later escalate to ver…
 
This week we're making the journey over to Skagway, Alaska with all the prospectors during the Klondike Gold Rush. But the only gold we managed to dig up were ghost stories! Join us on a spooky tour of this very small, remote, historic town with multiple haunted buildings. The two most infamous are the Golden North Hotel and the Red Onion Saloon. B…
 
This week we're taking you down our creepy, deep, dark tunnel... Tunnel 13! Also know as Siskiyou Station in Ashland, and was the site of the last great train robbery in Oregon. The DeAutremont brothers planned this grandiose train robbery but things very quickly went awry. Maybe they underestimated the curse of the number 13... If you're enjoying …
 
Today's episode features The Root of Our Youth, a coalition of middle school through college students who work to achieve racial equity and radical structural reform in education. They gather together, in-person for the first time, and share their experiences working with legislators, doing community outreach, and educating educators. They demonstr…
 
Join us this week in a whirlpool of weird! We’re going to tell you all about the Oregon Vortex, a mysterious roadside attraction in Gold Hill, Oregon. This is a place where the laws of gravity and science don’t seem to apply! Quote describing the vortex- http://www.oregonvortex.com/science.htm Really good article about what happened to Native Ameri…
 
This week we cover one of the most heartbreaking cold cases we’ve ever heard. In 1963, a small bundle of blankets was discovered by a fisherman on Keene Creek near Ashland, Oregon. Inside this bundle were the remains of a very small child whose identity had been a mystery until very recently. Decomposition, lack of evidence, and no missing persons …
 
Critical Race Theory has come under political fire in recent media, with Texas Senator Ted Cruz declaring CRT teachings to be "every bit as racist as the Klansmen in white sheets". Erin, Fernell, and Dr. J, three educators and scholars of CRT, debunk false narratives surrounding its principles and implementation. Finally, they explain the consequen…
 
This week we’re covering Lilly the haunted doll from an antique store in Salem, Oregon. It is said that she can cause people physical pain and nightmares! It is unclear exactly how and where Lilly was made, but the antique store owners have some interesting details about the materials used to make her. She now resides in Zak Bagans’ The Haunted Mus…
 
On July 8, Zaila Avant-Garde made headlines when she became the first Black American to win the Scripps National Spelling Bee. A scholar and an athlete, Zaila's lesser known accomplishments include three Guinness World Records for Basketball. Our hosts discuss why it is that Zaila's academic achievement has received wall-to-wall media coverage, whi…
 
This week we cover Duane Samples who murdered Fran Steffens, and attempted to murder Diane Ross in Silverton, Oregon. Diane’s survival story is absolutely incredible. We also talk about Robert Ressler’s interview with Samples for the Criminal Personality Research Project. Samples thought he was way smarter than everyone and later tried to blame thi…
 
Ready for more UFO's in the Pacific Northwest!? This time we cover the Maury Island Incident in Washington, sightings in Pendleton, Oregon (with photo evidence), and one of the most famous first photographs of a UFO taken in McMinnville, Oregon. We also have some very recent, very exciting, NEW UFO news! If you're enjoying our podcast, please consi…
 
In light of the lifted mask mandate and the rapid disappearance of masks in public spaces, the hosts discuss the ramifications of the lifted restrictions. They discuss the reasons why many black and brown folks will continue to mask up, and contextualize compliance restrictions and safety around America's pattern of medical racism.…
 
Yes, we are going full X-Files on you! We will be covering UFO sightings in the Pacific Northwest this week. Specifically focusing on Kenneth Arnold's encounter in the skies above Mt. Rainier, Washington. Arnold'd story gained national attention and instigated the 'summer of saucers!' Also, July 2nd was world UFO day! If you're enjoying our podcast…
 
We all know we need to choose our words carefully when speaking about heavy topics such as suicide. We wanted to make a correction on a term we have been using to refer to suicide that we found out was not the best choice of words after all. We will never stop trying to learn and do better and we hope the same for all of you creepy people! National…
 
Here's a giant #2 for ya! In part 2 of “The Doodler” of San Francisco, California we reveal how we know he did drawings of his victims. After a brief recap, we go into some of the details of the investigation. Including new and current information, more possible victims, and missing evidence! Also, we highlight the awesomeness of the first two blac…
 
In honor of pride month, we are highlighting a case that wasn’t highly publicized or taken as seriously as it should have been by investigators due to the assumed sexual preferences of the victims. We’re talking about a real doodoo head that is believed to have taken the lives of at least 5 men in San Francisco, California. "The Doodler" will draw …
 
In honor of Juneteenth and the liberation of Black individuals, today's episode dives into the specificities of the Emancipation Proclamation. Our hosts break down the "smoke and mirrors" utilized to dismiss the needs of Black Americans and neglect legislative redress of the generational trauma and poverty inflicted by the federal government. Movin…
 
A whole a** haunted university? YUP! With stories from eight different buildings on campus, Idaho State university in Pocatello, Idaho is sure to give you some spooks. You'll get a mix of some lighthearted, seemingly friendly spirits along with some heavier, darker energy. We'll also dive into a bit of interesting history that goes along with one o…
 
We wanted to take some time to introduce our special guest from episode 5- DLM Homicides. Rii Pierce is a very talented, local artist and activist who has written two very beautiful, moving pieces. https://vocal.media/poets/the-colors-of-me-bk6nkn0dpw https://vocal.media/poets/bruised-blue-war We also wanted to take this opportunity to make it know…
 
Never heard of DLM? Well you'll just have to listen to find out why we renamed Richard Lawrence Marquette. A butchering, wrench bag wielding, scum stain of a human who killed three women in Portland, Oregon. Also, this week we have THREE bodies in the pod chamber- special guest Rii Pierce! #StopAAPIHate #LearnOurNames https://www.opb.org/article/20…
 
We start out by telling y’all about our field trip to Dick Road and the Holcomb Creek Train Trestle that we covered in episode 2! Then we step right into this pile of nasty- Jerome “Jerry” Henry Brudos, the shoe fetish slayer. F*cking Jerry killed and did unspeakable things to at least four woman in Salem, Oregon. If you're enjoying our podcast, pl…
 
Today we're taking you up to Seattle, Washington, home to Pike Place Market and an abundant amount of spirits! We will be talking about a woman who refused to leave the land before the market was even built, and she might still be there to this day. A pair of gentlemen that helped build the market, and couldn't stop working even in the afterlife. A…
 
Bring on the haunts! We're starting off with a train trestle in Hillsboro, Oregon that is truly spooky AF! You're going to learn some history of the land that Dick Road and the Holcomb Creek train trestle were built on, along with a few stories of first hand experiences. Also, what better way to kick off the paranormal portion of our podcast than w…
 
Welcome to the very first episode of PNW Haunts & Homicides! Quickly get to know the hosts and then get into some true crime. We will be covering Portland, Oregon's Forest Park Killer, Todd Alan Reed. Learn about some of his earlier life shenanigans, his victims, and how he was caught. If you're enjoying our podcast, please consider leaving a ratin…
 
May first commemorates International Workers' Day, which celebrates labor rights and the protection of the working class. May first also marks May Day, a spring festival from Ancient Roman times. Erin reminisces on her Alma Mater's mandatory May Day festivities and points out the irony of funneling money and resources into archaic European traditio…
 
Though the conclusion of the Derek Chauvin trial brought a renewed sense of justice and trust to many white folks, the murders of Daunte Wright and Ma'Khia Bryant at the hands of police brutality contradicted this white comfort. Often, white individuals and institutions place the blame on black victims for "not complying", as if disobedience warran…
 
Today's ATTPNW begins with a well-known aphorism: "If you can't say anything nice, don't say anything at all". Though harmless at face value, sentiments such as these enable white supremacy and erase the oppressed by weaponizing niceties. The trio delves into the nuances of these aphorisms, and continues on to the complacency, the willful ignorance…
 
As the world honors the death of a Black man who was killed publicly by police-sanctioned violence, we also acknowledge the anniversary of the death of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.—both on Easter, the day that commemorates christ's resurrection. On this episode, the trio discusses faith, how it relates to racial identity, and how it can be weaponized…
 
Paternalism, or the practice of controlling less powerful groups for their supposed best interest, and the individualistic nature of White Supremacy Culture are the subject of this installment of "All the Things—PNW". Dr. J, Fernell, and Erin identify the paternalism embedded in whiteness and the ways in which it holds POC communities hostage. They…
 
Fernell, Erin, and Dr. J take on the topic of defensiveness on today's "All the Things—PNW". They examine the psychology of defensiveness and consider why it is that criticism is always associated with shame in our culture. Drawing on their own experiences, they discuss how to grow and learn from situations that challenge your perspective.…
 
Part 2 of our series on the 13 characteristics of white supremacy culture. Today's episode discusses the toxic perfectionism that white supremacy perpetuates, and the fallacy of either/or thinking. The trio shares their experiences with being frozen by the perfectionist white gaze, and their path towards liberating themselves from the detrimental e…
 
This chapter of "All the Things—PNW" confronts and engages with whiteness and the ways in which it poisons all of our lives. From the assimilation it forces to the dangers it inflicts, our hosts emphasize telling the truth about white supremacy culture, in order to protect Black folks and heal White folks from the ways their actions/attitudes are k…
 
Our third episode! The fantastic three unfold each of their origin stories, remembering how they became their most authentic selves. Racial otherness, gender identity, multiculturalism, academic/athletic excellence—the trio details coming together to do the work and growing together to be a family amidst a pandemic.…
 
Today, the trio reminisces on each of their successful and meaningful athletic careers. Whether it be gymnastics, baseball, basketball, soccer, or life in general, the friends discuss what it means to really show up—especially as women of color and gender-nonconforming individuals. Listen in as they discuss assimilation, failure, and what it means …
 
Welcome to the first installment of "All the Things—PNW"! In this episode, Erin unpacks a racially-tense altercation with her neighbors. Fernell and Dr. J join in a discussion about how we can be present and support each other in the face of racial abuse and trauma. Music: It Just Makes Me Happy by Dj Quads…
 
This episode of PNW’s The Surge Podcast hosted by Nick Oz pays respects, condolences and tribute to rock legend and inspiration Chester Bennington of Linkin Park who sadly passed away on July 20th, 2017 from struggles with depression. Nick Oz takes you on a journey down memory lane as he reminisces from his discovery to trails/trials of his fandom …
 
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