This is another powerful session from the 2020 CTZN Summit on Building a Politics of Care featuring Nelini Stamp from Working Families Party, Rev angel Kyodo williams, author of Radical Dharma, Anasa Troutman of The Big We and Carinne Luck organizer extraordinaire.
1 hr 33 min
This podcast was a part of our 2020 CTZN Summit about how to meet his moment with love and justice and build a politics of care that doesn't leave anyone behind. And this conversation is really special. It features Ruby Sales, a deeply committed grassroots activist, eloquent theologen and veteran of the southern freedom movement, Rev Dr Jacqui Lewis who is a nationally sought after preacher, activist and author and Micky Scottbey Jones, also known as the justice doula and creator of brave space.
1 hr 27 min
This conversation was a part of the 2020 CTZN Summit, a gathering of courageous conversation to explore how to navigate this moment and create a politics of community care. And this conversation with Prentis Hemphill and Francisca Porchas Coronado really challenges us to dig deep and reckon with how we got here and how we can show up for one another.
1 hr 8 min
The 2020 election is fast approaching and the stakes are really high. While voting, of course, isn’t the only tool of participation and intervention, it is an essential part of our democracy. In the wake of the 2016 election, our guest, Jenna Arnold, hosted listening circles around the country to understand why 53% of white women voted for Trump. She wrote a book that captured those learnings called Raising Our Hands: How White Women Can Stop Avoiding Hard Conversations, Start Accepting Responsibility, and Find Our Place on the New Frontlines. This podcast is particularly for white women who are reckoning with their complicity and how to show up in this critical political moment to make things right.
This episode features Micky ScottBey Jones, also known as the Justice Doula. She is an author, speaker, facilitator and the Director of Healing & Resilience Initiatives with the Southern-based collective Faith Matters Network. And one of the gifts she has given the movement is a practice called Brave Space, which is exactly what happens between us on this podcast as we dig into the in-between spaces in our relationships and movements.
1 hr 17 min
This interview was a part of our inaugural CTZN Live event—a new monthly live broadcast of the podcast that invites YOU the community to join the conversation...and we were so blessed to feature Lama Rod Owens, author of two of our favorite books at CTZN WELL: .the newly released Love & Rage and Radical Dharma, which he co-authored with Rev angel Kyodo williams and Dr. Jasmine Syedullah.
This recording is from a live event featuring Michelle Cassandra Johnson on Juneteenth 2019. Michelle has been a regular on CTZN Podcast - she has been an antiracist trainer for over 20 years, the author of the must read book skill in action and my co-conspirator in the work of Race & Resilience. This conversation isn’t just about Juneteenth and the history of racism in America, it's not just about how white supremacy is at work on our bodies and minds, it's not just about reparations and strategies for liberation, it's about relationship and humanity and how to this work across lines of difference.
1 hr 1 min
Valarie Kaur is a filmmaker, public speaker, civil rights activist and author of the book See No Stranger - which is an urgent manifesto about revolutionary love to heal ourselves and transform the world around us. This conversation is about how relationship can transform us and what’s possible when we embody a revolutionary love that transcends separation, scarcity and supremacy.
1 hr 8 min
Wellness Beyond Whiteness: Rev. angel Kyodo williams, Michelle Johnson, Seane Corn, & Anasa Troutman
Wellness Beyond Whiteness is one of our favorite conversations we've ever had at CTZNWELL - exploring how we perpetuate a culture of exclusion in wellness spaces, how to move beyond #DiversityAndInclusion, and what’s the cost of whiteness on our wellness.
Many are questioning the role and efficacy of incarceration all together. And one of those advocates is Oneika Mays, the first Mindfulness Coach at Rikers Island Correctional Facility, where she works one-on-one with incarcerated people to help them cope with the stress and trauma of incarceration and foster resilience for re-entry and recovery.