Your Neighbor’s Hood Podcast
Ep: 66: We can’t talk about this.

Ep: 66: We can’t talk about this.

September 14, 2020

Is talking across the (political) isle forbidden fruit for you and your family? Jackie and Hannah get uncomfortable with the why and the how of speaking to people with differing political beliefs as we approach the election. 

Hood’s Goods: The Holiday Boys (book series)

Hood’s Goods: The Holiday Boys (book series)

September 8, 2020

This month we celebrate author, small business owner and domestic violence survivor, Onicka Daniel. Onicka's heart shines through in everything she does. We uncover her purpose, passion and personal journey in authoring The Holiday Boys book series, a selection of teachable lessons for children and starting Gifted Enterprises, LLC, a mental and family health support provider.

 

The Holiday Boys: https://www.theholidayboys.com/

Gifted Enterprises, LLC: https://www.giftedenterprisesllc.com/ 

Ep. 65: Back To Work

Ep. 65: Back To Work

August 31, 2020

It's August and not only are some students headed back to school, some folx are headed back to work, and there's a question hanging in the air... How to address the modern civil rights movement in the workplace? Join us as we think through the why and the how. 

https://timesupfoundation.org/work/equity/guide-equity-inclusion-during-crisis/building-an-anti-racist-workplace/

https://hbr.org/2020/06/restructure-your-organization-to-actually-advance-racial-justice

https://www.themuse.com/advice/anti-racist-actions-at-work

Ep 64: Teaching WHO’story

Ep 64: Teaching WHO’story

August 17, 2020

As we ramp up for school (in whatever form that may be), we check in with Leshaun Jenkins, Assistant Principal and longtime history teacher. Listen in as we lean into the tension between the history books and a full understanding of history that empowers. 

https://cft.vanderbilt.edu/guides-sub-pages/blooms-taxonomy/

https://www.vox.com/identities/2019/8/26/20829771/slavery-textbooks-history

https://college.georgetown.edu/news-story/the-ferguson-syllabus/

https://www.tolerance.org/frameworks/teaching-hard-history/american-slavery

https://projects.propublica.org/miseducation/district/5103840

Ep. 63: monuMENTAL
Hoods Goods: Great White Water Sports

Hoods Goods: Great White Water Sports

July 27, 2020

This month, we are looking to the water for some socially distanced fun in the sun. Meet Justin Anderson and Thomas Williams of Great White Water Sports located in Norfolk, VA. We loved getting to know them and can't wait to see them again for some fly-boarding. To learn more: https://www.greatwhitewatersports.com/

Ep 62: inse(cure)

Ep 62: inse(cure)

July 21, 2020

We still don't have a cure for COVID or insecure, but we've found our cure for stress and anxiety: HBO's Insecure. There has been a whole movement behind watching Black media. We want you to step away from the struggle porn and step into the mind of Issa Dee and her L.A. friends— spoiler alerts, child interruptions and all.

 

Insecure Playlist: https://open.spotify.com/playlist/4oJjcTobF5EufnXWdG5SGL

 

 

ELEVATOR MUSIC:

Ep: 61 Where to go with the Five O?

Ep: 61 Where to go with the Five O?

July 20, 2020

There's lots of talk about police reform--and a few different ideas about how to achieve it. Listen in as Jackie and Hannah break down the nuances of where to go with the Five O. 

Bonus: Juneteenth for Mazie

Bonus: Juneteenth for Mazie

June 18, 2020

Listen in as Hannah reads "Juneteenth for Mazie" by Floyd Cooper to her son. Spoiler alert: This was only the first of MANY times that this book has been read. Which means that even if it wasn't perfect on the first round--there are lots of chances to keep the conversation going. 

Hood’s Goods: Talley & Twine

Hood’s Goods: Talley & Twine

June 15, 2020

Check out our new thang--Hood's Goods, a chance to highlight local minority owned businesses and the stories behind them. This month we proudly introduce Randy Williams, President of Talley & Twine Watch Company. https://talleyandtwine.com/

Ep: 60 Juneteenth 2020

Ep: 60 Juneteenth 2020

June 15, 2020

Amidst national outcry that Black Lives Matter, Jackie and Hannah take a look at Juneteenth: what it is, how to celebrate/commemorate, and offer our first featured Hood's Goods Business Owner Randy Williams, President of Talley & Twine Watch Company who makes a dope Juneteenth watch. 

Ep: 59 Cancel Cancel Culture?

Ep: 59 Cancel Cancel Culture?

June 1, 2020

What are the consequences of counter culture? Listen in as we talk recovering from mis-steps, getting triggered, and knowing when it's time to take a step back. 

Ep 58: Handouts vs HandUPS

Ep 58: Handouts vs HandUPS

May 18, 2020

Hannah gets uncomfortable as she unpacks an obligatory relationship. What is real help, and what is a bandaid? 

(LIVE) Uncut. Unfiltered. with Elizibeth Johnsen of Opportunity Agenda

(LIVE) Uncut. Unfiltered. with Elizibeth Johnsen of Opportunity Agenda

May 12, 2020

Every 4th Tuesday. We go live via Facebook to recap the month's episodes and happenings. If you missed it, then hear it lives just for your earholes. 

Ep 57: Down for the Count: CensUS

Ep 57: Down for the Count: CensUS

May 5, 2020
After shutting down field operations for a month and a half because of the pandemic, this week, the U.S. Census Bureau will restart some work in the field for the 2020 census on a limited basis.  But, many groups in America won't be answering the door or any call-to-action from the government for personal information. In this episode, we explore the value of the census, who is wants to sue the Census Bureau and what the heck a majority-minority count means.
 
From the Pod:
Census in other languages: https://2020census.gov/en/languages.html
Ep 56: COVID-This Again?!

Ep 56: COVID-This Again?!

April 20, 2020

COVID continues to expose the stark realities of the health gap as numbers begin to roll in reporting the African American death toll. Drop-in as we unpack why those numbers are important and what you can do--from a safe distance. 

From the pod:

WhileAtHome.org

Ep 55: So What, Now What?

Ep 55: So What, Now What?

April 7, 2020

Your Neighbor's Hood is back with a new cohost! Welcome back Jackie, meet Hannah and listen in to why we are here and what we hope to achieve. Feel good to be back in the neighborhood. 

 
Christina’s Journal: Vulnerability

Christina’s Journal: Vulnerability

March 31, 2020

In this episode of Christina's Journal, Christina shares the influences our conversations have had on her life and why she is moving on from the podcast.

Wanna stay connected to Christina? Visit https://www.christinakimbrough.com/ or @ckimbrough1 on social media

(VIRGINIA EVENT) #UnmaskingHR

(VIRGINIA EVENT) #UnmaskingHR

October 2, 2019

Special Episode: We speak with the founders the Unmaking Hampton Roads Series.  

Unmasking Hampton Roads is a three-part learning series designed to help residents of the region take off their masks, be candid with each other about race and racism, and work together to make our communities more equitable and inclusive spaces for everyone.

The series is inspired by the poem “We Wear the Mask” by African American writer and poet Paul Laurence Dunbar.

#UnmaskingHR will take place in Hampton Roads twice this fall:
Oct. 10, Oct. 17 and Oct. 19 – Norfolk and Virginia Beach
Nov. 14, Nov. 21 and Nov. 23 – Portsmouth, Chesapeake and Suffolk

Unmasking Hampton Roads is free to attend, but registration is required. Details on the unmaskinghr.org.

Ep 54: Excuse me, where can I buy white privilege?

Ep 54: Excuse me, where can I buy white privilege?

June 25, 2019

When self-proclaimed gentrifier John Raymond Mireles decided to use the fence of his Logan Heights home (a neighborhood in the San Diego area) as a canvas, he knew he had to do create with intent. His work sparked conversation and connection from Nebraska to New York, but it didn't stop there. John continues to use his public art displays to invite people of all walks of life to get closer to civility and empathy as well as the hard truths in American history preventing us from exercising both. In this episode, John chops it up about his own history and path to social justice through public art and why he decided to provide non-white people with the opportunity to buy white privilege.  

 

Navigate the pod:

What's good- 1:15

Convo with John- 4:50

From the pod:

www.jraymondm.com/

buywhiteprivilege.com

How to Kill a City: Gentrification, Inequality, and the Fight for the Neighborhood

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