August 11, 2021
So what? Now what? Let's catch back up with some of the solutions mentioned along the way and address the elephant in the room (or not in the room).
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June 21, 2021
Get ready to be Wined and Dined by Jasmine Burroughs, owner and dietitian for Food That Fits U. Jasmine breaks down the importance of representation in the food space, and shares how your diet should be tailored to YOU, not the other way around.
June 14, 2021
Jackie and Hannah sit down to hash out the uncomfortable, and then walk towards the myriad of solutions that are ready and waiting for participation.
Tribe Collective: www.tribekollective.org
Bryce Fluellen with Every Table: https://www.everytable.com/
Harlem Grown: https://bookshop.org/books/harlem-grown-how-one-big-idea-transformed-a-neighborhood/9781534402317
Maddie’s Fridge: https://bookshop.org/books/maddi-s-fridge/9781936261291
June 8, 2021
Last month, we tackled Environmental Equity, and we were graced with eclectic aesthetic curator, Fania Ferdinand, of La Lolita Vintage. We invite you in to hear what she believes about the clothes we put on our skin and how her grandmother started it all.
May 10, 2021
Hannah revisits a formative event when devastating hurricanes passed through her hometown, and realizes that the impact was not felt equally across the community.
April 26, 2021
We asked a few contributors what makes a good education. The answer to that question may be clear, but the path to get it is much more complicated.
Extra Music by Blue Dot Sessions. Night Light by <a href="https://app.sessions.blue/browse/track/33172">Blue Dot Sessions</a>
April 6, 2021
After three hours of conversation, it became clear that there are an abundant amount of inequities, concerns, questions, and needs in public education. It's a sinkhole of problems that most people care about but lack the resources to "make it right". Join Hannah in the car, and Jackie in the closet as they go #RedforED and process where to start in the Season of Solutions (SOS) for education.
From the Pod:
Nice White Parents
Ginny and Georgia
March 14, 2021
We realized the season of solutions is people-centered. That's why we are not just talking about how housing affects people. We are engaging with them on it. Listen as people around our city tells us what makes a good neighborhood?
March 1, 2021
This month we dive into housing. If we had to pick an origin point for systematic racism, this might be it--housing influences education, jobs, food, health... EV.ER.Y.THING. So listen in as Jackie breaks down the problem, and then join us in two weeks for our suggestions on places to start.
February 8, 2021
This month we are tackling Health Equity, and we were lucky to hear from Dr. Mary Ojo-Carons who has recently opened EvoScient Gynecology. We invite you in to hear why she went to the trouble of opening her own practice, and what you can expect from a visit.
February 8, 2021
Wanna be a fly on the wall as two physicians have a real convo about how to create #healthequity? Here it is. Featuring Dr. Miles-Thomas in conversation with Dr. Ilya Sobol (both of Urology of VA). Send us a message and let us know what resonates with you.
February 1, 2021
Fear and mistrust. Two of the many negative sentiments Americans have when facing our healthcare system and its providers. For Black people, the feelings are derived from a deep history of maltreatment dating from the time of slavery and Jim Crow.
Why is the lack of trust spreading and deepening? What do we do about it?
We sat down with Dr. Mary Ojo-Carons of EvoScient Gynecology to talk about the challenges and solutions in building trust between patients and providers.
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