Ep. 4 Resources – Teaching Multi-Ethnic Children to Embrace and Value Their Cultural Heritages

Panelist Condensed Bios:

Amanda Flowers Peterson – Amanda comes with 15 years of experience focused on Cultural Competence, Inclusion and Unconscious Bias work. She currently works as the Programs and Diversity Inclusion Director at Launch Ministry. She is also a Pastor, Certified Yoga Instructor and is currently pursuing her Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology.

Carrie Zelin Johnson – Carrie Zelin Johnson M.Ed. is founder of Zelin Johnson Companies; an education and mental health consulting firm, a Mental Health Practitioner at David Hoy & Associates and a Program Officer at Greater Twin Cities United Way.  Her passion for racial equity and reconciliation is grounded by her belief in Christ; and that we are all made in His image.

JuTone Lajoie – JuTone Lajoie acquired her masters in social work and is a licensed graduate social worker with several years of professional experience in addition to serving as a speaker and consultant. She is currently co-launching a private practice.

Resources:

Gordon’s Ladder

Ralph Waldo Emerson

Dr. Shawn Ginwright

Dr. Carol Gray

Jonathan McReynolds

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Ep. 1 Resources – Transracial Adoption: How Can I Teach A Heritage That Is Not My Own?

Below are resources discussed in the episode.

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Dr. Rudine Sims Bishop

*The APA Journal reference in this interview is incorrect, the article is located in the magazine Psychology Today*

Psychology Today,” Are Kids Racist?”, Kristina R. Olson, Ph.D., April 2013

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What Do We Tell the Children?: How to Talk to a Child About Race and Identity Introduction Episode – Resources

Below are resources discussed in the podcast episode.

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Divided by Faith – Emerson and Smith

How To Be An Antiracist – Kendi

The below definitions are provided to the listener as a common ground on which to discuss concepts. Guests are not required to adhere to these definitions and may challenge/provide their own in the interview.

  1. Ethnicity: An individual’s national origin(s), heritage, and singular or multiple cultural identity 
  2. Culture: The characteristic features of everyday existence (such as diversions or a way of life) shared by people in a place or time (Merriam Webster)
  3. Social Construct: An idea that has been created and accepted by the people in a society (Merriam Webster)
  4. Race: A social construct where we attach social significance and meaning to certain physical characteristics (i.e. skin color). (Emerson and Smith, Divided by Faith
    1. Note: the H.U.E Podcast recognizes there is only one biological race
  5. Racialized society: a society wherein race matters profoundly for differences in life experiences, life opportunities, and social relationships and a society that rewards or punishes along racial lines  (Emerson and Smith, Divided by Faith
  6. BIPOC: Black, Indigenous, People of Color; this acronym highlights the racialized caste system or hierarchy specifically in the U.S.
  7. Discrimination: Action based on prejudice. Everyone discriminates. (Diangelo, White Fragility)
  8. Racism :Racism is a marriage of racist policies and racist ideas that produces and normalizes racial inequities (Kendi, How to be an Antiracist)
  9. Antiracist: One who is supporting an antiracist policy through their actions or expressing an antiracist idea. (Kendi, How to be an Antiracist)
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Ep. 3 Resources – Remarkable Christianity?

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 How to Be An Antiracist – Ibram X. Kendi 

Racism Without Racists: Color-Blind Racism and the Persistence of Racial Inequality in the United States – Eduardo Bonilla-Silva

Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie -The Danger of A Single Story, TED Talk

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Ep. 2 Resources – The Privilege of Complexity

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Conversations with Chanda

Tim Wise

James Baldwin

Paul Laurence Dunbar, We Wear the Mask

Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. – Segregated Sunday Hour

Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie -The Danger of A Single Story, TED Talk

James Cone – God of the Oppressed

Mercy Oduyoye – Beads and Strands: Reflections of an African Woman on Christianity in Africa 

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The Church and White Supremacy Introduction Episode – Resources

Below are resources discussed in the podcast episode.

*H.U.E Podcast does not necessarily endorse the views of the resources below

Divided by Faith – Emerson and Smith

White Fragility – Robin DiAngelo

The below definitions are provided to the listener as a common ground on which to discuss concepts. Guests are not required to adhere to these definitions and may challenge/provide their own in the interview.

  1. Ethnicity: An individual’s national origin(s), heritage, and singular or multiple cultural identity 
  2. Culture: The characteristic features of everyday existence (such as diversions or a way of life) shared by people in a place or time (Merriam Webster)
  3. Social Construct: An idea that has been created and accepted by the people in a society (Merriam Webster)
  4. Race: A social construct where we attach social significance and meaning to certain physical characteristics (i.e. skin color). (Emerson and Smith, Divided by Faith
    1. Note: the H.U.E Podcast recognizes there is only one biological race
  5. Racialized society: a society wherein race matters profoundly for differences in life experiences, life opportunities, and social relationships and a society that rewards or punishes along racial lines  (Emerson and Smith, Divided by Faith
  6. Prejudice: Pre-judgment of another person based on the social groups to which that person belongs. All humans have prejudice. Prejudice always manifests itself in action. (Diangelo, White Fragility
  7. Discrimination: Action based on prejudice. Everyone discriminates. (Diangelo, White Fragility)
  8. Racism: a racial group’s collective prejudice backed by the power of legal authority and institutional control; a far-reaching system that functions independently from the intentions or self-images of individual actors (Diangelo, White Fragility)
  9. White Supremacy: a sociopolitical economic system of domination based on racial categories that benefits those defined and perceived as white. This system of structural power privileges, centralizes, and elevates white people as a group (Diangelo, White Fragility)
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Ep. 4 Resources – How to Forgive & Be Forgiven

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  • Corrie Ten Boom – http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/questionofgod/voices/boom.html,  https://www.amazon.com/Hiding-Place-Triumphant-Story-Corrie/dp/0553256696
  • Psychology Today Article – https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/blog/in-therapy/201303/forgiveness-vs-reconciliation
  • Lecrae Article – http://www.christianitytoday.com/ct/2017/october-web-only/lecraes-all-things-work-together-is-grace-filled-mic-drop.html
  • Dr. Peter Vogt, LifePoint Church – https://lifepointmn.org/media/
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