Episode 121: Microaggressions

Join Mica, Azul, Janan, and Tinesha as they discuss the concept of microaggressions and how it has affected them personally.

Links to follow up on:

Everyday microaggressions

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References for this podcast:

Racial microaggressions in everyday life: Implications for clinical practice.
Sue, Derald Wing; Capodilupo, Christina M.; Torino, Gina C.; Bucceri, Jennifer M.; Holder, Aisha M. B.; Nadal, Kevin L.; Esquilin, Marta
American Psychologist, Vol 62(4), May-Jun 2007, 271-286.

N.O.W. 24 – Natasha Smith

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N.O.W. is a project that allows those with profiles on Ordain Women to tell their stories.

Natasha Smith shares her thoughts and hopes about women’s ordination as a bi-racial member. Because of Ordain Women, Natasha is no longer standing alone on the outskirts of main-stream mormonism. Her hope is that one day, nobody will ever have to again.

If you would like to post your profile for O.W., please contact them here.

N.O.W. 12 – Tinesha

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N.O.W. (Narrating Ordain Women) is a project of FMH in an effort to create understanding of people who have posted their profile on Ordain Women.

Tinesha explains her thoughts about  the potential of women’s ordination in the LDS church from a bi-racial viewpoint.  If you would like to post your profile for O.W., please contact them here.

 

(recorded prior to June 23, 2014)

Episode 55: Church History in Black and White — Examining Mormonism’s Racial Past

The LDS church has a complicated history in race relations, and that history continues to shape the experience of church members today. But what does LDS racial history look like, and how do church members today experience its effects?

Join Kaimi, Janan, Trine and Danielle for a discussion about the experience of race and the LDS community (with a particular focus on women’s issues), both through church history and into the 21st Century. Continue reading “Episode 55: Church History in Black and White — Examining Mormonism’s Racial Past”