The unfolding of events in 2020 broke the silence and the smokescreen about racism. It marked the beginning of mass awakening for white people to see the trauma experienced every single day by Black Indigenous People of Color (BIPOC).
Folks around the globe realized that we truly have not transcended race. Shock, disbelief, and anger moved some people to action while others remained stuck in fear, complacency, denial, and more.
Dr. Dorothy Martin-Neville says that understanding racism is about choices. Join Rev. Dr. TLC and Dr. Dorothy as they discuss chosen ignorance, chosen awareness, and chosen allyship. Bringing together their years of experience as psychologists, spiritual advisors, and transformational leaders, they will share a pathway to dismantling and healing racism by making choices that promote racial equity.
Show NotesSegment 1
The first segment opens with Rev. Dr Terrlyn introducing the show and today's guest. Dr. Dorothy Martin - Neville, Psychologist and spiritual advisor. Rev. Dr. Terrlyn reminds the audience to take a couple of deep breaths, so that you may center yourself and remember you are a being of choice. You can choose to see and be aware of the experiences of others. You can simply choose to be in the moment, you can be different in the next few minutes then wherever you are now. Rev. Dr. Terrlyn and Dr. Dorothy then goes on to discuss the importance of the sacred in their lives. The foundation of christianity in both of their lives led them to lead a life of leadership, fellowship, and being there for others as if they were family, because in their eyes, we are all family.Segment 2
The second segment starts with Rev. Dr. Terrlyn bringing the show back up from break. The conversation continues with Dr. Dorothy discusses her past with getting involved with race relations in america. Dr. Dorothy relates her story to the conversation before about the ability to choose. Her father taught her prejudices to have against other nationalities or races and her choice to go against it from her experience growing up in the projects of boston and having a plethora of multiraced friends. Dr. Dororthy says as we meet people, we have a choice to give in to our biases.Segment 3
The third segment opens with a conversation shift. Rev. Dr. Terrlyn discusses becoming aware of our implicit biases. Rev. Dr. Terrlyn and Dr. Dorothy reminisces about the early days of meeting each other. The conversation then shifts to Dr. Dorothy helps the audience to stretch beyond the fears and acknowledge what we can do to get through the biases.Segment 4
The finals segment opens with the show coming back up from break. Rev. Dr. Terrlyn asks Dr. Dorothy to share how we begin to become an ally in our everyday life. Dr. Dorothy brings up inclusivity, are you open to bringing in the best and most diverse? Dr. Dorothy says that it's important as a leader to address these perspectives of everyone and make sure everyone is being represented. Dr. Dorothy says to not choose to block out racism but instead think consciously of how we can bring light to it, address it, and dismantle it.
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