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It's no secret: we live in an increasingly diverse, painfully polarized, and cynical society. How can your organization credibly engage for the sake of the gospel? Since 2004, Mosaix has helped ministry leaders build healthy multiethnic and economically diverse, culturally intelligent, socially just, and financially sustainable churches as well as faith-based non profits and Christian schools. On each episode, Rachel Gilmore and Mark DeYmaz discuss these things and more from a biblical and p ...
 
A conversation about race, between siblings Christopher and Jeanette Snider, PhD. Through their personal perspectives on race and identity, her academic pursuits in multiracial issues among higher education students, and the growing public conversation about the meaning and impact of race in our society, there will be much to talk about.
 
Solidarity Is This is a podcast created and hosted by Deepa Iyer, Director of Strategic Initiatives at the Building Movement Project where she runs Solidarity Is, a multi-strategy program to deepen transformative solidarity practices, models, narratives, and ideas. On the podcast, we explore how individuals and institutions are experimenting with cross-racial and cross-movement solidarity in America’s changing racial landscape. Learn more at www.solidarityis.org
 
Comic and writer Alex Barnett is the White, Jewish husband of a Black woman (who converted to Judaism) and the father of a 6-year-old, Biracial son. Join him and his guests each episode as they discuss the issues that confront multiracial families (including the dynamics between members of the same family who are of different races).
 
Introducing White Picket Fence, a podcast about the fractured politics of white women. Host Julie Kohler unpacks how white womanhood in America has been constructed, how it's evolved, and how it affects our politics. Join us to explore how white women have fallen short and how we need to step up and own our political stake in advancing justice.
 
The Marginalia Review of Books is an international, open access review of literature along the nexus of history, theology, and religion. MRB examines, critiques, and illuminates the traditions, institutions, discourses, and practices of religions and their believers. We aim to connect the academic and public worlds by providing an intellectually rich and broadly accessible conversation that does not merely summarize previous work but contributes new ideas.
 
We have been taught that there are certain topics you don't broach in "mixed company"-- but we don't like or follow this rule. By sharing news, our stories and the stories of others, we hope to give people a better sense of understanding multiracial identities and to create a new cultural lexicon to work with in talking about race with people of all races. Join the conversation by emailing inmixedcopodcast (at) gmail.com.
 
Be Antiracist imagines what an antiracist society might look like and how we all can play an active role in building one. Dr. Ibram X. Kendi is the author of How to Be an Antiracist, the book that spurred a nationwide conversation redefining what it means to be antiracist, and in this podcast, he guides listeners how they can identify and reject the racist systems hiding behind racial inequity and injustice. Alongside notable guests, Dr. Kendi continues his journey towards building a just an ...
 
Aimée Suen, Nutritional Therapy Practitioner and food blogger from Small Eats is here to educate, inspire and empower you to grow, try new things, and live a life you fully feel good about, one small step at a time. Through interviews and solo shows, she talks about all aspects of health and wellness, from nutrition, movement, mindset, mental health, spirituality, body image, and so much more. Each show has small steps that you can try and see how they work for you, whether you’re new to the ...
 
In his 1993 book Racial Unity: An Imperative for Social Progress, Dr. Richard Thomas, professor emeritus of history at Michigan State University, pioneers the race relations concept of the “other tradition,” which explains that the lasting advances in American race relations are the result of close, multiracial collaboration. Dr. Richard Thomas and Lex Musta use this podcast to further explore the other tradition to encourage our listeners to work for progress in race relations multiracially.
 
"Facing Race: Stories & Voices" is a special series of oral histories recorded at the 2014 Facing Race National Conference in Dallas, TX. Featuring an array of thinkers and advocates sharing their personal stories and formative experiences, the series illustrates the many paths and experiences of racial justice work. Episodes will be released weekly, starting in June 2016, and are available on the Race Forward site (https://www.raceforward.org/media/facing-race-stories-voices), or listeners ...
 
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In part 4 of this 4-part summer series, Rachel & Mark process their discussion with Dr. George Yancey one focused on his forthcoming book, Beyond Racial Division (IVP, February 2022). Listen as they discuss points of agreement, disagreement, and practical takeaways for pastors looking to address Dr. Yancey's concept of Mutual Accountability with th…
 
Naturally MonaLisa joins me to geek out over Marvel's Shang Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings and speak about Asian Representation in this film. Check out Naturally MonaLisa on her Youtube channel and IG. * * * If you are interested in supporting Sharmane's comic book shop Gulf Coast Cosmos fundraiser please go to https://gofund.me/45c4a7ae * * *…
 
Presenting a sneak peek of Pushkin’s newest show, Some of My Best Friends Are... On Some of My Best Friends Are… hosts and lifelong best friends Khalil Gibran Muhammad and Ben Austen hash out the absurdities and intricacies of race in America. A Harvard professor and an award-winning journalist, Khalil and Ben grew up together on the South Side of …
 
Join me for a solo-sode, where I address my journey towards pilgrimage to discovering my African heritage and potentially dual citizenship to Gabon and how my Dad changed races in death. * * * If you are interested in supporting Sharmane's comic book shop Gulf Coast Cosmos fundraiser please go to https://gofund.me/45c4a7ae * * * You can continue th…
 
Join me for my first episode back with a guest, Dianna aka MixedRaceQueer as we chat about you guessed it, being mixed and queer. * * * If you are interested in supporting Sharmane's comic book shop Gulf Coast Cosmos fundraiser please go to https://gofund.me/45c4a7ae * * * You can continue the conversation on our private Facebook group after you li…
 
In part 3 of this 4-part summer series, Rachel & Mark continue their conversation with Dr. George Yancey, one focused on his forthcoming book, Beyond Racial Division (IVP, February 2022). In this episode, Rachel and Mark ask him: What is your understanding of "Mutual Accountability" and why do you espouse this as a Third Way between anti-racism (on…
 
Cathy Park Hong is a Korean American poet, writer, professor, and the poetry editor at The New Republic. Her recent book, Minor Feelings: An Asian American Reckoning, was a finalist for the Pulitzer Prize and won the National Book Critics Circle Award for autobiography in 2021. Hong and Dr. Kendi have a deep discussion about the uniquely Asian Amer…
 
David Treuer is an Ojibwe Indian from Leech Lake Reservation in northern Minnesota. His most recent book, The Heartbeat of Wounded Knee: Native America from 1890 to the Present, was a finalist for the National Book Award and the Carnegie Medal in 2019. He is currently a professor of English at the University of Southern California. Dr. Treuer and D…
 
I'm back y'all, well kind of. I am finally living in Houston, getting to work at my comic book shop's pop-ups, and am so ready to get back to podcasting. It has been too long of a break!!! Before I come back with new episodes I wanted to let you know that I will be speaking at the Beyond The Bounds: 2021 MidWest Mixed Conference on Aug 06, 10:30 AM…
 
In part 2 of this 4-part summer series, Rachel & Mark continue their conversation with Dr. George Yancey, one focused on his forthcoming book, Beyond Racial Division (IVP, February 2022). In this episode, Rachel and Mark ask him: What is color blindness. Why do some espouse this understanding and where is it misguided or harmful? More About Dr. Geo…
 
Abolitionist Mariame Kaba is the founder of Project NIA and the author of the New York Times bestseller, We Do This ‘Til We Free Us: Abolitionist Organizing and Transforming Justice. Kaba and Dr. Kendi have a profound discussion on why mass surveillance, police, punishment, and incarceration will never create a safe society—and what will. For furth…
 
As a 2020 presidential candidate, Julián Castro proposed radically reforming United States immigration policy by putting people first. Previously he served as President Barack Obama’s Secretary of Housing and Urban Development and spent three terms as mayor of San Antonio, Texas. In 2018 Castro published his memoir, An Unlikely Journey: Waking Up f…
 
MosaixToday with Rachel and Mark kicks-off Season 2 with a 4-part summer series featuring sociologist Dr. George Yancey and focused on his forthcoming book, Beyond Racial Division (IVP, February 2022). In this episode, Rachel and Mark ask him: What is CRT or as you discuss more consistently, anti-racism: in what way(s) are these helpful in theory o…
 
Historian Dr. Robin D.G. Kelley is the Gary B. Nash Professor of History at UCLA and the author of Hammer and Hoe: Alabama Communists During the Great Depression and Freedom Dreams: The Black Radical Imagination. Dr. Kendi and Dr. Kelley have a deep discussion on the roots of the modern American labor movements, racial capitalism, and how we can cr…
 
Jemele Hill is an award-winning sports journalist, a writer at The Atlantic, and host of the Unbothered podcast. She was a co-host of SportsCenter on ESPN and a Senior Correspondent and Columnist for their website, The Undefeated, before leaving the network in 2018. Dr. Kendi and Hill have a thought-provoking conversation about overhauling sports –…
 
You know about IQ… and your emotional intelligence is EQ. But what about your CQ? When it comes to overcoming cross-cultural tensions, we’ve been self-diagnosing and guessing at remedies for far too long... Yes, it’s long past time for organizations (like yours) to take a more informed and intentional approach. By first assessing and then improving…
 
For a long time Don Lemon was America’s only Black prime-time news anchor. He now hosts Don Lemon Tonight on CNN every weeknight and serves as a CNN correspondent. He is also the author of a new, deeply personal and reflective book called, This Is the Fire: What I Say to My Friends About Racism. Lemon shares his experience as a Black gay man, the r…
 
Ari Berman is, without question, one of the leading journalists documenting voter suppression in the United States today. He covers voting rights at Mothers Jones and is the author of Give Us The Ballot: The Modern Struggle for Voting Rights in America, which chronicles the history of voter suppression after the Voting Rights Acts of 1965. Dr. Kend…
 
Tithes and offerings alone are no longer enough to provide for the needs of the local church, enable pastors to pursue opportunities, or sustain long-term ministry impact. Growing financial burdens on the middle class, marginal increases in contributions to religious organizations, shifting generational attitudes toward giving, and changing demogra…
 
Host Ibram X. Kendi expounds the history and legacy of Juneteenth, and what the day means to him. He passes the mic to Annette Gordon-Reed, Heather McGhee, Adam Serwer, Tiya Miles and Maurice Carlos Ruffin, who share how this day in American history shows up in their lives. Plus: the Be Antiracist team hits the streets of New York to check in with …
 
Heather McGhee is an expert in economic and social policy, and author of the best-selling book The Sum of Us: What Racism Costs Everyone and How We Can Prosper Together. She is the former president of the inequality-focused think tank Demos and now chairs the board of Color of Change, the nation’s largest online racial justice organization. Dr. Ken…
 
Rebecca Cokley is one of the country’s leading voices on disability rights, and centers race in her analysis and advocacy. She is the founding director of the Disability Justice Initiative at the Center for American Progress, and served in the Obama administration from 2009-2013. Dr. Kendi sat down with the California native for a frank conversatio…
 
Welcome to Be Antiracist. To kick off the season, host Ibram X. Kendi got together with Pushkin’s co-founder and Revisionist History host Malcolm Gladwell, for a conversation on racism, bridging divides, and the power of podcasting. Stay tuned after their conversation for an excerpt of an upcoming episode featuring economic and social policy expert…
 
Think about it. An American football team is actually composed of three unique teams playing three different games: offense, defense, and special teams. To win a big game, each team must execute separate game plans and play synergistically, with excellence, while at the same time minimizing mistakes. Similarly, a well balanced approach is needed to…
 
This is the last episode before Militantly Mixed goes on an extended hiatus while I prepare for and move to Houston. My guest today is Katelyn Lance, one of the Directors at UCLA's Mixed Student Union. We speak about her "Wasian" identity and the gross ways in which people have exoticized her specific Mix. *** In light of these murders and the rece…
 
This week, I am sharing the audio from a Livestream I participated in, hosted by the Blasian March and in association with Mixed Present and Militantly Mixed. We discussed the importance of Black Asian solidarity and the legacy of Yuri Kochiyama and Malcolm X in honor of their shared birthday, May 19th. Please click on the links below to follow.. B…
 
Since 1998 sociologists have described a “multiracial” church as one having at least 20% diversity in attending membership. But is this quantitative definition rightly the one by which we should describe what pastors more commonly call a multiethnic church? Recognizing the need for a more robust understanding of what truly constitutes a “healthy” m…
 
After over a year of living a very different way, things around us are changing again, mostly for the better. And, as more folks get vaccinated and things open back up, returning to whatever our new lives are could feel scary or anxiety-inducing. This episode invites you to check in with how you want to re-enter the post-vaccine life in a way that’…
 
I am back from hiatus and so excited to share this discussion with relatively new cousin Michelle Adams, host of the Catmaste Chronicles podcast which I have been a guest on in the past. We speak about Mixed-Race identity in Britain AND the most important topic known to humankind CATS! Listen to MY guest spot on Michelle's show here. *** In light o…
 
This week, I talk with Jen Lee, Chinese-Chicana co-host of the AuthEthnic Podcast. We talk about Asian and Chicana identity, podcasting, and of course FOOD!!! Check out Jen's podcast AuthEthnic from this link or where ever you listen to podcasts *** In light of these murders and the recent increase in violence towards people of Asian descent, I hav…
 
Being a mixed race can bring with it a wide range of experiences, cultures and microaggressions, all that can start at a young age. As mixed race people grow up, looking back and processing and working through the experiences when we were children can be incredibly healing and formative to our identities. Farzana Nayani talks about why it’s importa…
 
Why should and how can we establish churches that are advancing social justice, compassion, and mercy, in a smart and financially sustainable way? In this episode, Rachel and Mark discuss the need for pastors to establish an "umbrella non-profit" alongside (in addition to) their multiethnic church, as if two sisters in the same house. as well as th…
 
Things have changed for Militantly Mixed for now, with MixedGirlMane's upcoming move to Houston and the extra workload that entails, there will be some changes until she gets settled. Here is an update on everything that is happening. *** In light of these murders and the recent increase in violence towards people of Asian descent, I have created a…
 
Moving towards living your own definition of health and wellness can be a lot easier to do when you’re going at your own pace. So often, our societies push us to move faster and faster to keep up with the never ending newness in this interconnected world, and that may not actually work for everyone. This episode talks about how you can find, go at,…
 
100 | Disordered Eating Recovery as a Person of Color with Kimmie Singh Working through disordered eating and eating disorders can be a lot to navigate and potentially adding navigating racial microaggressions can be even more overwhelming. There are many layers and nuances to working through your relationship with food as a person of color that ma…
 
This is a very special episode of Militantly Mixed. I, along with TaRessa Stovall and Sonia Smith-Kang aka "the Mixed Aunties" sat down to speak with Dr. Yaba Blay, author of One Drop: Shifting the Lens on Race about her work on the book and the term "One Drop" as it pertains to Mixed-Black identified people. Where you can buy ONE DROP: SHIFTING TH…
 
Just checking in, I have been on hiatus for the month of April but will be coming back soon despite still recovering from a head injury. Just had a few announcements I wanted to share with y'all. *** In light of these murders and the recent increase in violence towards people of Asian descent, I have created a Mixed & Hella Asian fundraising t-shir…
 
After more than a year of living in a global pandemic, how do we make meaning out of what we have endured? In this episode of Solidarity Is This, host Deepa Iyer explores this question and more with Fatima Goss Graves (National Women’s Law Center) and Kevin Kahakula’akea John Fong (Elemental Partners). Episode Webpage: https://buildingmovement.org/…
 
Diet culture can cast a wide and sticky net in someone’s life and push them to live a word hyperfocused on getting thin at whatever cost. This episode dives deep into how “good” and “bad” foods and the food lists diet culture thrives on are harmful, especially for people of color who have rich food cultures. Small Steps in the Show: Know that the d…
 
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