FreshEd #274 - Transitional Justice and Education in South Africa (Natasha Robinson)
Today we talk about transitional justice, the role of truth telling in historical memory, and how education can help or hinder the process. With me is Natasha Robinson who has written a new book chapter entitled “Developing Historical Consciousness for Social Cohesion: How South African Students Learn to Construct the Relationship Between Past and Present.” Natasha Robinson is a Postdoctoral researcher at Oxford University and ESRC Fellow.www.freshedpodcast.com/natasharobinson--Get in touch!Twitter: @FreshEdpodcastFacebook: FreshEdEmail: firstname.lastname@example.orgSupport FreshEd: www.freshedpodcast.com/support/
EP 30: $100 Million in Home Loans and Wealth Generation with Natasha Robinson
Go Fish Village: Wealth Building through Real Estate
Natasha entered into the mortgage industry about 13 years ago because she honestly just needed a job. She started in the closing department and was eager to learn more then became a loan processor which she did for over 12 years. During her 12 years of processing mortgage loans, she had the opportunity to work on many loans for clients and learn a lot about the guidelines and the flow of how mortgage loans work. In October of 2015, Natasha realized that there are so many clients who need my assistance that my true strength was to be a VP of Lending, which is when she became a full time VP of Lending. Natasha entered this business because she's very passionate about real-estate and it is her privilege to offer her clients an excellent home buying experience regardless of the client's purchase price or income status. Natasha loves what she does and works really hard to get deals closed within the time frames expected. Natasha has been a buyer, a seller and a landlord so she knows the importance of every role in the industry and does her best to offer excellent customer service to all her clients. She offers FHA, VA, Conventional, Jumbo AND Renovation Loans (FHA 203K and Home Style Renovation) and I also offer the Down Payment Assistant Programs available as well as IHDA and the City of Chicago Down Payment Assistance Program. Natasha study's guidelines and is current on updates within the industry, which include guidelines changes. Natasha graduated from Chicago State University where she obtained her Bachelors in Finance. I obtained my MBA from Keller Graduate School of Management. I am also a graduate of Goldman Sachs 10,000 Small Business. Natasha is a member of Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority Inc. and is married with two children. Natasha loves traveling to Las Vegas and Miami when she has free time. Natasha was born and raised in Chicago, IL and spend most of her time working and taking my son to baseball.--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/gofishvillage/messageSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/gofishvillage/support
S3 E4 | Challenging Comfort, Acknowledging Power, and Using Privilege with Natasha Robinson
Love Is Stronger Than Fear with Amy Julia Becker
Natasha Sistrunk Robinson grew up as a Black woman in a patriotic family in Orangeburg, South Carolina. She went on to serve as a United States Marine and later worked in the Department of Homeland Security. She is now an author, speaker, and leader. Today we talk about her most recent book, A Sojourner’s Truth: Choosing Freedom and Courage in a Divided World. We also cover the topic of patriotism, whether or not churches should seek to become multicultural spaces, and how white people can name both the injustices and the goodness within their lives and use it to serve God’s good purposes.Show Notes:Patricia Raybon wrote the forward for both Natasha’s book, A Sojourner's Truth, and for my book, White Picket Fences. We talk about the times we have been co-speakers at events—here’s an example.Natasha mentions the Orangeburg Massacre, which occurred in her hometown. We talk about monuments in the South, which you can read more about here. We talk about several books and people: Divided by Faith, James Baldwin, and Frederick Douglass’ What to the Slave is the Fourth of July. Natasha also references an article she wrote for Christianity Today, and we mention Acts 17 and the book of Exodus from the Bible, as well as research from Pew Research Center and this article on Ed Stetzer’s Christianity Today blog: Social Justice, Critical Race Theory, Marxism, and Biblical Ethics.Natasha and I talk about supporting organizations led by people of color. Read more about this here.This podcast season is called White Picket Fences, and it is based on my book White Picket Fences: Turning Towards Love in a World Divided by Privilege. Learn more about White Picket Fences! Also check out free RESOURCES to accompany White Picket Fences—action guide, discussion guides—that are designed to help you respond. Learn more about my writing and speaking at amyjuliabecker.com.Follow Natasha online: www.natashasrobinson.com; Facebook; Instagram; TwitterT3 Leadership Solutions, IncLeadership LINKS, Inc
Natasha Robinson Invites Us on a Sojourner's Journey - The Fascinating Podcast Season 1
The Fascinating Podcast
Who gets to call themselves 'woke'? What does it mean to be awake to the realities of our world? Author and leadership expert Natasha Robinson joins us as we explore what consciousness looks like today. Her new book is a leadership book like no other.
Beth Bruno and Natasha Sistrunk Robinson talk about embracing the both/and of strength and weakness and the gift of learning this from black women. How do you have righteous anger without sinning? How do you speak against injustice and sin without self-righteousness? Beth and Natasha share a passion to raise strong young women and talk about exposing girls to godly leaders as a means of discipleship and mentoring. Through her nonprofit, Leadership LINKS, Inc., Natasha hopes to raise a new generation of young people who know and are purposed by God. **Connect with Natasha:** [Website](http://www.natasharobinson.com/) [Books](https://www.amazon.com/-/e/B01CZ1G64A) [Instagram](https://www.instagram.com/asistasjourney) [Twitter](https://twitter.com/asistasjourney) [Facebook](https://facebook.com/natashasistrunkrobinson) [Leadership LINKS, Inc.]( http://www.leadershiplinksinc.org/) **Connect with Beth**: [Instagram](https://instagram.com/bethhbruno) [Facebook](https://facebook.com/bethhillarybruno) [Twitter](https://twitter.com/bethhbruno) [Website](https://www.bethbruno.org) [Book](https://www.bethbruno.org/avoicebecoming/)
Natasha Sistrunk Robinson is an international speaker, leadership consultant, diversity and mentoring coach with nearly 20 years of leadership experience in the military, federal government, church, seminary, and nonprofit sectors. She is the author of the new release, A Sojourner’s Truth: Choosing Freedom and Courage in a Divided World (October 9, 2018 release), Mentor for Life, and Hope for Us: Knowing God through the Nicene Creed Bible study. She is the Visionary Founder and Chairperson of the 501(c)(3) nonprofit, Leadership LINKS, Inc. and host of A Sojourner’s Truth podcast. A graduate of Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary Charlotte (cum laude, M.A. Christian Leadership) and the U.S. Naval Academy, Natasha has served as a Marine Corps officer and employee at the Department of Homeland Security. Connect with Natasha through her website, blog, podcast, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and YouTube.
Episode 173 - Natasha Robinson: A Sojourners' Truth
Crackers and Grape Juice
Natasha S. Robinson joins the podcast to talk about her new book, 'A Sojourner's Truth.' Natasha is a Naval Academy graduate, served in the United States Marine Corps, was the Senior Diversity Admissions Counselor in the Office of Admissions at the Naval Academy, and is a graduate of Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary Charlotte. The journey of one of us is the journey of all of us. In these pages we are drawn into the journey of a young African American girl from South Carolina to the United States Naval Academy and then into a calling as a speaker, mentor, writer, and teacher. Intertwined with Natasha Sistrunk Robinson's story is the story of Moses, a young leader who was born into a marginalized people group, resisted injustices of Pharaoh, denied the power of Egypt, and trusted God even when he did not fully understand or know where he was going. Along the way we courageously explore the spiritual and physical tensions of truth-telling, character and leadership development, and bridge building across racial/ethnic, socioeconomic, and gender lines. You are invited to bring along your story as well - to discover your own identity, explore your truth-revealing moments, to live unafraid, and to gain a deeper sense of purpose.http://www.natashasrobinson.com/books/
Natasha Robinson is passionate about many things, but at the top of her list is mentoring. She has been actively involved in what she calls intentional discipleship for years. Thankfully for us, she’s committed the ‘how’ of all that into a book called Mentor for Life. Some of the things you’ll learn about Natasha as you listen to the podcast is that she is a graduate of the United States Naval Academy and has a history as a former Marine Corps officer. She also spent time serving in the Department of Homeland Security. On top of that, she is an anti-human trafficking advocate. Her heart and soul, though, revolve around intentional discipleship. You are going to want to connect with Natasha, since she talks about a couple of perks available at her website. Find her here. Natasha also has an interesting blog called asistasjourney which you can find here. You can also follow her on Twitter @asistasjourney. The post Natasha Robinson talks Mentoring….For Life! appeared first on Anita Lustrea.