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The Inclusion 1st Podcast is creating a safe space for people to ask their most important questions on antiracism. Our mission is to demystify the practice of antiracism through the experience of questions and stories which we hope will encourage antiracist learning, growth, and action. We believe that it is the actions of individuals that help to push this movement forward. And to support these changemakers on their journey, we’ll answer listener-submitted questions in each episode. Tune in ...
 
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In today’s episode, we are talking to Julius Alejandro, Founder and Project Director of Village Up, a collaborative initiative to increase diversity and access to the San Diego startup tech ecosystem. Come join us for this real, authentic, and honest conversation about what it looks like to be an activist in 2021. In this episode, we answer questio…
 
In this episode, we are answering the listener-submitted questions: I keep hearing that it’s not a black person’s job to answer questions people may have about racism. When did asking questions, in the vain of learning and not being ignorant, become racist? And why does anyone feel above answering racial questions? When did this become a “do your o…
 
In today’s student edition interview, we are talking to Kaseba Chibweth, a student at Loyola University in Chicago majoring in criminology and criminal justice. Kaseba has a love for public speaking and advocating for those whose voices are not heard. She is passionate about juvenile justice reform and aspires to be an attorney who will change the …
 
In this episode, we are answering the listener-submitted questions: Is learning with books or action better when it comes to anti-racism? Do you have a question that you want to be answered on a future episode of The Inclusion 1st Podcast? Submit your question here to be featured on a future episode: https://www.inclusion1stproject.org/ask-a-questi…
 
In today’s episode, we are talking to Johanna Robinson the Co-Founder and COO of Fōkcus Mentoring, a mentoring platform for innovation programs and entrepreneurship. Come join us for this real, authentic, and honest conversation about what it looks like to be an activist in 2021. In this episode, we answer questions like: >What needs do minority en…
 
In this episode, we are answering the listener-submitted questions: Is learning with books or action better when it comes to anti-racism? Do you have a question that you want to be answered on a future episode of The Inclusion 1st Podcast? Submit your question here to be featured on a future episode: https://www.inclusion1stproject.org/ask-a-questi…
 
In today’s episode, we are talking to H. Puentes, who has worked at Connect San Diego to bridge the diversity gap in tech, and currently at SD2 which bridges the diversity gap in STEM careers through programming, mentorship, and scholarship. Come join us for this real, authentic, and honest conversation about what it looks like to be an activist in…
 
In this episode, we are answering the listener-submitted questions: I’m reading fantasy books with elves who are white, tall, and fair-skinned, and orcs who are muscular, short, and dark. Is this an expression of racism? Is it a symptom of an arbitrary value scale of being good or bad? I just realized how ingrained, far-reaching, and subtle. Do you…
 
In today’s episode, we are talking to Patricia Cosulich who is a social innovator, playwright, and advocate who uses interdisciplinary approaches to tackle complex problems in our communities. Come join us for this real, authentic, and honest conversation about what it looks like to be an activist in 2021. In this episode, we answer questions like:…
 
In this episode, we are answering the listener-submitted questions: I come from Europe, I lived in California and Pennsylvania, and in the U.S. for 10 years. I wondered whether having moved back to Europe put me in a more or less racist context and culture. What is wrong with this line of thinking? Is there a less racist place on Earth? Or is it pe…
 
In today’s episode, we are talking to Yinka Agaba who was born and raised in Chicago and is the daughter of Nigerian immigrants. She is the oldest of three siblings and a first-generation college student with her Bachelor of Arts from Colgate College. Yinka currently lives in Atlanta, Georgia, where she is currently pursuing a career in medicine an…
 
In this episode, we are answering the listener-submitted questions: With regards to family, at what point do you cut and run, so to speak, and only interact politely when necessary? Example being at family gatherings, or a wedding, funeral, etc. This is specifically around the topic of race and racism. Do you have a question that you want to be ans…
 
In today’s episode, we are talking to Erin Rocchio, an executive coach, and partner at Evolution, where she helps CEOs, founders, and executive leaders to grow in effectiveness and impact. She is also the founder of Wholeness At Work, where she creates accessible and authentic tools to sustain human flourishing and evolution. Erin is seasoned in th…
 
In this episode, we are answering the listener-submitted questions: What are some red lines when we poke fun at our colleagues? Do you have a question that you want to be answered on a future episode of The Inclusion 1st Podcast? Submit your question here to be featured on a future episode: https://www.inclusion1stproject.org/ask-a-question . . . R…
 
In today’s episode, we are talking to Kyle Moss, a joyful mindset coach, breathwork facilitator, author, and a self-proclaimed purveyor of joy. Kyle provides mindset coaching and consulting as well as healing breathwork experiences for ambitious, curious and open-minded people looking to live with more bold clarity and confidence, no matter their c…
 
In this episode, we are answering the listener-submitted questions: How do we walk the line between educating today's youth on the real history of America, for example explaining privilege and educating them on what has happened and is still happening to people of color in the world, while not creating a feeling for the white kids that they are inh…
 
In today’s episode, we are talking to Lola Adeyemo, the founder of EQImindset and STEM advocate who works with corporate business leaders to improve employee engagement, increase the hire rate and reduce turnover within corporations. Come join us for this real, authentic, and honest conversation about what it looks like to be an activist in 2021. I…
 
In this episode, we are answering the listener-submitted questions: What is a good response or a way to inform people that some of the terms and phrases they use are offensive? Do you have a question that you want to be answered on a future episode of The Inclusion 1st Podcast? Submit your question here to be featured on a future episode: https://w…
 
In today’s episode, we are talking to Justin Castelli, the founder of RLS Wealth and is a registered investment advisor in Fishers, Indiana. He is also the Chief of Staff at Onramp Invest and the Co-Founder of the AGC™, an online community for financial advisors Justin has a personal mission statement that he has condensed down to one word: IMPACT.…
 
In this episode, we are answering the listener-submitted question: What could I do to make my ways better? I'm not sure what those things are because I have never been racist. Listen to the episode for the full answer. And if you have a question that you want to be answered on a future episode of The Inclusion 1st Podcast, you can submit your quest…
 
In today’s episode, we are talking to Korey Sewell, the founder of Hands-On Education and Hands-On Technology. A company committed to empowering youth through mobile technology and the practical applications of computer science, Korey runs engaging afterschool and summer programs for kids in different areas of STEM. Come join us for this real, auth…
 
In this episode, we are answering the listener-submitted questions: 1. When is it safe to bring racism up? As a white male, I feel like I can't know what it's like and feel like I don't have the right to say anything, but I want to be an ally and supporter. 2. I am a white woman working in a DNI adjacent space. Lately, I've noticed I'm more inhibit…
 
In today’s episode, we are talking to Amy Villaseñor, a product manager working in AI who has a passion for technologies that impact the way our society functions for the better. Amy is not only is on a mission to bring support and a voice to minorities but also focuses on exposing underserved students to STEM and higher education. Come join us for…
 
In this Solo Episode, Rivka Bent takes over and is answering the listener-submitted question: What can little old me do when the system seems so big and overwhelming or more succinctly, what’s the number one thing I can focus on to help bring about systemic change? Do you have a question that you want to be answered on a future episode of The Inclu…
 
In today’s episode, we are talking to Tina Medina who is the Founder and Lead Visionary at the Vibe Movement. Tina was an educator for 12 years in South Central L.A., South Korea, and San Diego and now helps educators reconnect to their purpose and breath meaning into their lives through coaching retreats, professional development opportunities, an…
 
In this Solo Episode, Carrie discusses the three main themes that the Inclusion 1st Project discovered from the 700 community questions submitted on anti-racism and inclusion. We are still accepting questions to be answered on the podcast too! Do you have a question about anti-racism or inclusion? Submit your question here to be featured on a futur…
 
In today’s episode, we are talking to Sarah Tuakli Cooper who is the Executive Director at the League of Amazing Programmers, a volunteer at Voices for Children, where she serves as a court-appointed special advocate and is on the board of directors at the United Women of East Africa's support team. Come join us for this conversation where we discu…
 
In this Solo Episode, Howard Wright takes over and is answering the listener-submitted question: How do you address racist behavior without making someone defensive so that they are open to learning rather than feeling like they need to defend their behavior because they’re not racist? You can also hear Howard on Episode 2 of the Inclusion 1st Podc…
 
In today’s episode, we are talking to Rivka Bent who founded the first scholastic program of Architects of Change, which teaches students to challenge what is, imagine what can be, and move humanity forward. Rivka is passionate about creating a sense of belonging for all people and focuses on building diversity, equity, and inclusion both personall…
 
In this episode, we are answering the listener-submitted question: What should I be hearing from the leaders in my organization about their efforts towards anti-racism so that I know that they are being sincere? Listen to the episode for the answer and learn all of our tips to incorporate this knowledge into your everyday life. Do you have a questi…
 
In today’s episode, we're talking to William Garnes who is a geoscientist at one of the world's largest private nonprofit research and development organizations. As one of the few black geologists, William has a perspective all his own on anti-racism and inclusion in the world around him. Come join us for this conversation where we discuss what it …
 
In this episode, we are answering the listener-submitted question: Juneteenth is a federal holiday, what was the reaction to this step, and is it good? Listen to the episode for the answer and learn all of our tips to incorporate this knowledge into your everyday life. Do you have a question that you want to be answered on a future episode of The I…
 
In today’s episode, we are talking to Tina Dyer, the founder of Grafted Together Consulting, which exists to support executive leaders, individuals, and teams as they create spaces where truth and authenticity are welcomed, where creativity and innovation are unleashed, and where equitable and inclusive practices are normalized to create a sense of…
 
In this episode, we are answering the listener-submitted question: Is there room for a white woman, in a leadership role, in the educational equity arena? Listen to the episode for the answer and learn all of our tips to incorporate this knowledge into your everyday life. Do you have a question that you want to be answered on a future episode of Th…
 
In today’s episode, we are talking to Christine Swanson. A director and producer who has worked on projects including The Clark Sisters First Ladies of Gospel, which was the 2020 Best Movie Award recipient from the African-American Film Critics Association, and her other celebrated movie credits include All About You, The Mickey Howard Story, and F…
 
In this episode, we are answering the listener-submitted question: As a black person, I sometimes don't feel like I have all the answers, so how can I make myself more knowledgeable? Listen to the episode for the answer and learn all of our tips to incorporate this knowledge into your everyday life. Do you have a question that you want to be answer…
 
In today’s episode, we are talking to Howard Wright the CEO at C360 and former professional basketball player. Come join us for this conversation where we discuss what it means to be an activist in 2021, why cancel culture makes us giggle, and what the “required reading” is for having serious conversations about race and anti-racism. Do you have a …
 
In this episode, we are answering the listener-submitted question: Do white people code-switch around people of color? Listen to the episode for the answer and learn all of our tips to incorporate this knowledge into your everyday life. Do you have a question that you want to be answered on a future episode of The Inclusion 1st Podcast? Submit your…
 
Welcome to the Inclusion 1st Podcast! This podcast is a safe space for people, from all backgrounds, to ask all their questions on antiracism. Our mission at the Inclusion 1st Podcast is to demystify the practice of antiracism through questions and stories which will inspire personal examination of one’s life through an antiracist lens and encourag…
 
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