On this, the 50th day of summer, we sit with three of the founding members of the upstart Attorneys and Educators for Racial and Social Justice (AESRJ), as they share their stories of being called to educational and legal justice in these challenging and complex times. Monica, Germaine, and Anne speak openly of their experiences with oppression in the systems in which they work, and show us how critical it is to form bridges and coalitions to promote the liberation of POC oppressed by systemic racism. This episode is reflective, honest, and motivational, especially for those of us who sometimes struggle with where to focus our energies today. Subscribe and listen!
Month: August 2020
Prepare yourself. Track 7 of our Revolution Summer Mixtape features the prolific creator Dr. Courthney Russell, former medical doctor, and founder of WeUp and A2H2, which seek to connect BIPOC to entrepreneurial and medical access in these hard times. We have an energetic and inspirational discussion which is one part Tavis Smiley, one part Washington Week and one part Breakfast Club. Listen today if you want inspiration and motivation!