The Your Neighbor's Hood's Podcast

The Your Neighbor's Hood's Podcast

From the coffee shop to the campaign trail, the campaign trail to the kitchen floor and the kitchen floor to the podcast. Hannah and Jackie dive into uncomfortable culture conversations specifically race.... Show More

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June 18, 2020 11 min
Listen in as Hannah reads "Juneteenth for Mazie" by Floyd Cooper to her son. Spoiler alert: This was only the first of MANY times that this book has been read. Which means that even if it wasn't perfect on the first round--there are lots of chances to keep the conversation going. 
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June 15, 2020 23 min
Check out our new thang--Hood's Goods, a chance to highlight local minority owned businesses and the stories behind them. This month we proudly introduce Randy Williams, President of Talley & Twine Watch Company. https://talleyandtwine.com/
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June 15, 2020 42 min
Amidst national outcry that Black Lives Matter, Jackie and Hannah take a look at Juneteenth: what it is, how to celebrate/commemorate, and offer our first featured Hood's Goods Business Owner Randy Williams, President of Talley & Twine Watch Company who makes a dope Juneteenth watch. 
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June 1, 2020 30 min
What are the consequences of counter culture? Listen in as we talk recovering from mis-steps, getting triggered, and knowing when it's time to take a step back. 
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May 18, 2020 34 min
Hannah gets uncomfortable as she unpacks an obligatory relationship. What is real help, and what is a bandaid? 
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Every 4th Tuesday. We go live via Facebook to recap the month's episodes and happenings. If you missed it, then hear it lives just for your earholes. 
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May 4, 2020 29 min
After shutting down field operations for a month and a half because of the pandemic, this week, the U.S. Census Bureau will restart some work in the field for the 2020 census on a limited basis.  But, many groups in America won't be answering the door or any call-to-action from the government for personal information. In this episode, we explore the value of the census, who is wants to sue the Census Bureau and what the heck a ...
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April 20, 2020 30 min
COVID continues to expose the stark realities of the health gap as numbers begin to roll in reporting the African American death toll. Drop-in as we unpack why those numbers are important and what you can do--from a safe distance. 
From the pod:
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April 6, 2020 18 min
Your Neighbor's Hood is back with a new cohost! Welcome back Jackie, meet Hannah and listen in to why we are here and what we hope to achieve. Feel good to be back in the neighborhood. 
 
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March 31, 2020 9 min
In this episode of Christina's Journal, Christina shares the influences our conversations have had on her life and why she is moving on from the podcast.

Wanna stay connected to Christina? Visit https://www.christinakimbrough.com/ or @ckimbrough1 on social media
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October 2, 2019 29 min
Special Episode: We speak with the founders the Unmaking Hampton Roads Series.  
Unmasking Hampton Roads is a three-part learning series designed to help residents of the region take off their masks, be candid with each other about race and racism, and work together to make our communities more equitable and inclusive spaces for everyone.
The series is inspired by the poem “We Wear the Mask” by African American writer and poet Paul L...
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When self-proclaimed gentrifier John Raymond Mireles decided to use the fence of his Logan Heights home (a neighborhood in the San Diego area) as a canvas, he knew he had to do create with intent. His work sparked conversation and connection from Nebraska to New York, but it didn't stop there. John continues to use his public art displays to invite people of all walks of life to get closer to civility and empathy as well as the...
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Sticks and stones may break my bones but words will never hurt me. Lies. Lies. Lies. The stick is the oldest toy in history of the world and language is the oldest murder weapon. In this episode, we chop it up with Dr. Jamila Lyiscott, an Assistant Professor of Social Justice Education at the University of Massachusetts Amherst, about the one thing that has provided access to power in its many forms as well as granted many people p...
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PSA: I never call my Grama (pronounced Grah-ma)until after The View (CST).  When I do make time to chop it up with her, it is always about current events and the happenings of the world. She has walked this earth for 84 years (that never cease to amaze me). Her paradigm on where we are culturally and racial is very different from mine even though, as I've learned, we face many of the same challenges. In this episode, you will g...
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When Bad Gal RiRi made the decision to start her foundation line @Fenty, the makeup industry was not ready for the discrimination awakening they were about to receive. Women like Krystal (@acondria), an albino woman that found her perfect match in one of the 40 shades the brand has to offer, were realizing how left out they were in the world of make up. Diversity and inclusion is often not addressed until it effect profits....
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A Reddit user asked, did the breeding of Black people make them better at sports? And so, we decided to try and find an answer and talk about the question itself. Is the question racist? Is it ignorant? Or asked out of curiosity? Who knows? We dive into this and the intelligence of athletes based on race and the distinct differences in the way the media reports on White and Non-white athletes. This conversation is so layered. It le...
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dan·ger·ous[ˈdānj(ə)rəs]
ADJECTIVE1. able or likely to cause harm or injury."a dangerous animal"
2. likely to cause problems or to have adverse consequences. "it is dangerous to underestimate an enemy"
Synonymsmenacing · threatening · treacherous · savage · wild · vicious · murderous · desperate · minacious
In this episode, we discuss what it means to be dangerous and how nature and nurture can contribute to people bei...
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April 24, 2019 33 min
Why do so many white men people find it extremely uncomfortable or unimportant to talk about race? Why do some feel like there is no point of showing up? There is an array of feelings about being a member the most oppressive group of people in our known history especially when your values don't align with the sins of the past. Join us as we talk about white men in race conversations.  
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Let's be real, when the Virginia Blackface scandal swept around the world, all kinds of people were silent, outraged and flabbergasted. Meanwhile, Black legislators in the Virginia House of Delegates were provided the opportunity to speak at each session, ya know because it was Black History Month. It didn't get real on the floor until February 22nd when Freshman Delegate Jay Jones made the tough decision to "Take it to...
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Who is missing from the race conversation? What is the hardest topic for the media to tackle about race? When will children join the conversation? We are so used to the media providing us with a story, but what about their story. In this episode, we chop it up with Barbara Hamm-Lee, host of Another View. She explains why Another View exist and answers the who, what, why and when of racism. We talk about bias, privilege and simple t...
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