Good Trouble

Good Trouble

Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion educators Bryana Clover and Dr. Jessica Petty create brave spaces for candid conversations on race equity, with a specific focus on its intersection with ableism, sexism, sexual orientation, and gender identity. 

In today’s episode, Bry and Jess continue the Love and Other Good News series by furthering their discussion of legacy. They reflect on the lives of John Lewis and Chadwick Boseman, and the impact of creating ‘good trouble’. They also share the featured-follow, a short film that is sure to bring a smile to your face, and finally they leave you with a challenge for the week ahead.

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Hair Love by Matthew A. Cherry

Book List from Bryana: 

The Colors of Us by Karen Katz

Antiracist Baby by Imbram X. Kendi

Skin Like Mine by Latashia M. Perry

Ana and Andrew book Series by Christine Platt (A Day at the Museum; Going to Ghana; Dancing at Carnival; Summer in Savannah; A Snowy Day)

Sheroes series by Christine Platt (Harriet Tubman, Joan of Arc, Cleopatra, Sacagawea)

Every Little Thing by Cedella Marley

In God’s Name by Sandy Eisenberg Sasso

Little Leaders: Bold Women in Black History by Vashti Harrison

Woke Baby by Mahogany L. Browne

Children of God Storybook Bible by Archbishop Desmond Tutu

When God Made You by Matthew Paul Turner

Hair Love by Matthew A. Cherry

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Love & Other Good News – RBG

Love & Other Good News – RBG

Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion educators Bryana Clover and Dr. Jessica Petty create brave spaces for candid conversations on race equity, with a specific focus on its intersection with ableism, sexism, sexual orientation, and gender identity. 

In today’s episode, Jess and Bry look back at the incredible life and career of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, discuss how legacy shapes our future, and celebrate the good we are observing, especially as it relates to women’s equality.. To wrap up our time together, for our featured follow, we will share with you an organization that was near and dear to Ruth , and finally we will leave you with a collective challenge to honor the legacy of RBG in the week ahead. Let’s grab some lunch and get ready to unlearn together. 

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ACLU

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Love and Other Good News

Love and Other Good News

Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion educators Bryana Clover and Dr. Jessica Petty create brave spaces for candid conversations on race equity, with a specific focus on its intersection with ableism, sexism, sexual orientation, and gender identity. 

In today’s episode, Bry and Jess discuss how we can overcome fear by launching a new series called Love and Other Good News. They also share the featured-follow, a news and media company dedicated to filling our social media feeds with good news, and finally they leave us with a challenge for the week ahead. Let’s grab some lunch and get ready to unlearn together. 

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Good Good Good

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Answering Listener Questions

Answering Listener Questions

Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion educators Bryana Clover and Dr. Jessica Petty create brave spaces for candid conversations on race equity, with a specific focus on its intersection with ableism, sexism, sexual orientation, and gender identity. 

Bry and Jess discuss the 7 most common listener questions and issues that are interrupting their brave conversations. 

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How to React to Biased Comments at Work – Harvard Business Review

Check Our Bias to Wreck Our Bias – NY Times

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Suicide: A DE&I Perspective

Suicide: A DE&I Perspective

Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion educators Bryana Clover and Dr. Jessica Petty create brave spaces for candid conversations on race equity, with a specific focus on its intersection with ableism, sexism, sexual orientation, and gender identity. 

In honor of National Suicide Prevention Month, Bry and Jess discuss suicide and it’s impact across race, gender, sexual orientation and socio-economic status. 

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Not One More Vet.org

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Why is This So Hard to Talk About?

Why is This So Hard to Talk About?

Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion educators Bryana Clover and Dr. Jessica Petty create brave spaces for candid conversations on race equity, with a specific focus on its intersection with ableism, sexism, sexual orientation, and gender identity. 

In this episode, Bry and Jess discuss why talking about race, gender, sexual orientation – well you name it – can be so hard. They also share their featured follow, an educator who isn’t afraid to stand her ground when things get uncomfortable, and finally we will leave you with some personal reflections to consider in the week ahead.

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Rachelcargle.com

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Say Their Names

Say Their Names

Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion educators Bryana Clover and Dr. Jessica Petty create brave spaces for candid conversations on race equity, with a specific focus on its intersection with ableism, sexism, sexual orientation, and gender identity. 

In this episode, Bry and Jess acknowledge the violence against Black people by the hands of police, and discuss the myriad of emotions that this brings up for them. They remind their listeners and themselves that knowledge is a powerful tool for collective conversation. It is hard. And, it is messy. But they choose to enter this brave space and embrace that discomfort with their listeners because that is the only way we move from clear dialogue to meaningful action. 

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Police Shootings Database

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Women’s Equality Day

Women’s Equality Day

Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion educators Bryana Clover and Dr. Jessica Petty create brave spaces for candid conversations on race equity, with a specific focus on its intersection with ableism, sexism, sexual orientation, and gender identity. 

In this episode, Bry and Jess discuss the celebration of Women’s Equality Day on Aug 26th and its roots in the 19th Amendment. They also share with you a featured-follow, an organization focused on bringing a balance of power to our political systems, and finally give a challenge for the week ahead. Let’s grab some lunch and get ready to unlearn together. 

Why Ignoring Gender Equality is Unethical – Dr. Jessica Petty

Sheshouldrun.org

The Skimm – 2020 Activation Signup

The Skimm – Social Press Kit

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19

19

Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion educators Bryana Clover and Dr. Jessica Petty create brave spaces for candid conversations on race equity, with a specific focus on its intersection with ableism, sexism, sexual orientation, and gender identity. 

In this episode Jess and Bry celebrate the 100 year anniversary of the 19th amendment by taking a look back at history and then examining how things have changed over the last century. 

Women’s Vote Centennial Initiative

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Imagery

Imagery

S01E05 – Imagery

Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion educators Bryana Clover and Dr. Jessica Petty create brave spaces for candid conversations on race equity, with a specific focus on its intersection with ableism, sexism, sexual orientation, and gender identity. 

In this episode, Jess and Bry discuss anti-black imagery from our past and our present. They also share a featured-follow. Someone who is bringing back a positive narrative for Black cotton farmers, and finally they leave you with a fun (and educational) challenge for the week ahead.

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Julius Tillery – Black Cotton

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