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Creating a Brave Space for Conversations about Personal Transformation, Racism, and Accountability
Host: Anita Russell
Co-Hosts: Mavis Bauman, Gail Hunter LCSW
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(PREMIER EPISODE WAS OCTOBER 20TH)
The Dr. Pat Show: Talk Radio to Thrive By!
When Paths Converge and Women Rise with special guest hosts Anita Russell, Mavis Bauman, and Gail Hunter
Meet Anita Russell, Mavis Bauman, and Gail Hunter. Discover the backstory of three wise women who concocted InflexionPoint Podcast, a brave space for conversation about racism, personal transformation, and accountability. Join Anita, Mavis and Gail as they sit in as guest hosts for this episode of The Dr. Pat Show.
PODCAST VIDEOS ON YOUTUBE:
February 15, 2023: Engaging in Authentic Conversation about Race and Racism Requires Listening Not Rebuttal
The Art of Conversation. Active/Intentional Listening. What Do You Trust, Statistics, Lived Experiences, or Both?
At InflexionPoint Podcast we are dedicated to the art of listening in authentic conversation. We challenge our audience to listen actively and intentionally for the purpose of learning, understanding, and taking action. Moreover we strive towards increasing historical and racial literacy by harmonizing historical truth with lived experiences. Everything rises up out of the 4 tenets of Antiracism Activation: courage, conversation, relationship, and accountability. Join Anita, Mavis, and Gail for yet another thought-provoking episode of InflexionPoint Podcast.
February 1, 2023: Message to White Women in America
Theme of the Conversation: Racial Literacy
This definition of racial literacy is from National Council of Teachers of English (NCTA) – Racial literacy is a skill and practice by which individuals can probe the existence of racism and examine the effects of race and institutionalized systems on their experiences and representation in US society.
January 18, 2023: Tribute to Phangisile Mtshali
Mourning a Global Citizen–On January 4, 2023 Phangisile Mtshali was killed in Estcourt, South Africa. We dedicate this episode to her as a deeply rooted humanitarian, a family and community icon, bold leader, and a dear friend, sister, and colleague to many throughout the world. Phangisile embodied the true spirit of a Global Citizen.
On December 21, 2022 InflexionPoint Podcast featured a powerful guest and dear friend, Phangisile Mtshali from South Africa. We had an in-depth conversation about the historical plight of Black South African farmers, which in many ways is similar to the historical plight of Black farmers in the United States. This is evident when you think of land as power and the role of the government in both nations.
January 4, 2023: The Need for Historical and Racial Literacy
Anita, Mavis, and Gail discuss the the first year of InflexionPoint Podcast in terms of the most personally impactful and transformational episodes. They describe the show as influential in terms of historical and racial literacy.
December 21, 2022: Being Black Globally – The Plight of Black Farmers in South Africa Part 4
December 7, 2022: Being Black Globally – The Plight of Black Farmers in South Africa
November 16, 2022: The Legacy of Black Farmers in New York State
November 3rd, 2022: The Plight of Black Farmers in the US
October 19th, 2022: A Long Talk About An Uncomfortable Truth
October 5th, 2022: Our First Year in Review: A Look Back and a Look Forward
September 21st, 2022: Who Is Allison Gaines? And Why Should You Care?
September 9, 2022: Internalized Racism Definition and Reality
August 17th, 2022: Fighting for Freedom Denied Part 3 – The Navy in Black and White
August 3rd, 2022: Juneteenth: A Cause for Celebration and a Need for Education Part 2
July 20th, 2022: Fighting for Freedom Denied – Military Transitions
June 1st, 2022: Redlining: The Scourge of the American Scam
Episode 15, May 17th, 2022: Being Black Globally: Musings of an Intellectual Brother
Episode 14, May 4th, 2022: Racism Is a Disruptor of Health & Wellness Part 3
Episode 13, April 20th, 2022: Racism Is a Disruptor of Health & Wellness Part 2
Episode 12, April 6th, 2022: Racism Is a Disruptor of Health & Wellness
Episode 11, March 6th, 2022: Being Black Globally
Episode 10, February 16th, 2022: Creating Identity Constructs, with guest Michael Williams, hailing from North Carolina.
Episode 9, February 3rd, 2022: Identity and Personal Connections Across Multiple Decades
Episode 8, February 2nd, 2022: Identity and the Power of a Movement Part 2
January 31st, 2022 Feature: Anita, Mavis, and Gail Featured on The Dr. Pat Show
Activism through Coaching Is a Grassroots Movement
January 19th, 2022 episode: Identity and Personal Connections Across 3 Decades
December 15th, 2021 episode: Identity Theft: Enslavement and the Power of (re)Naming
November 17th, 2021 episode: Question of the Hour: How is birthright defined?
November 3rd, 2021 episode: Evolution of the Cairo Question
Enter a brave space to ponder solving The Cairo Question. Engage in dialogue based on the premise that dismantling racism goes beyond laws and legislation or politics or economics. It’s an inside job where personal transformation and accountability impact social change in multiple dimensions: individual, interpersonal, systemic, and structural. It’s a place to get comfortable with deconstructing your inner thoughts, ideas, and beliefs to examine what flows out into the world through your words, actions, and behaviors, particularly towards others who are different from yourself.
Join this journey towards antiracism and cultivating change from the inside out. In this episode you will get to know Anita Russell, the creator and host of InflexionPoint Podcast. You’ll also get to know the co-hosts, Mavis Bauman, and Gail Hunter. Together they make up an online Antiracism Mastermind Group.