Demystifying Diversityactive
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Daralyse Lyons
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What if you had the opportunity to hear compelling firsthand accounts about the often life-or-death stakes of unchecked biases and bigotry? Would you listen?

Biracial journalist Daralyse Lyons has interviewed more than 100 people – academics, politicians, thought-leaders, advocates, activists, and even an incarcerated inmate – for an in-depth exploration of a wide range of topics related to diversity, equity and inclusion. Every other week, for ten weeks, she'll invite you to join her to learn more about a topic related to diversity. This podcast encourages listener participation, so, on alternating weeks, Daralyse and her co-collaborator AnnaMarie Jones will host a Q&A episode in which they answer listeners' questions, share about the interview and podcast compilation process, and delve more deeply into each topic. They are excited to partner with you to demystify diversity.

Country Of Origin |
Produced In |
Philadelphia, PA
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Explicit |

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35 Available Episodes (35 Total)Average duration: 01:00:37
Jan 18 | 00:54:11
Episode 9: Overcoming Ageism Through Intergenerational Connections
Jan 11 | 01:05:12
Episode 8: Ageism and Abuse
Jan 04 | 01:26:35
Q&A with Guest Jonathan Howe from Temple University
Dec 28 | 01:01:35
Episode 7: Black Joy, Success, Culture and Community
Dec 21 | 01:10:15
Episode 6: Black Pain: The Enduring Impact of Racism
Dec 14 | 01:17:26
Episode 5: Black History: From Slavery to Segregation
Dec 07 | 01:12:58
Q&A with Guest Caroline Heffernan from Temple University
Nov 30 | 01:04:48
Episode 4: LGBTQ+ Spiritual and Secular Inclusion and Inspiration
Nov 23 | 01:07:14
Episode 3: LGBTQ+ Persecution and Exclusion from Family and Faith
Nov 16 | 01:27:19
Q&A with Guest Adam Waterbear DePaul of the Lenape Nation
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