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Jasmine Jordan

9 Podcast Episodes

Latest 18 Jul 2021 | Updated Daily

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Jasmine Jordan about De Facto Housing Segregation at MSU

The Sci-Files on Impact 89FM

On this week’s The Sci-Files, your hosts Chelsie and Danny interview Jasmine Jordan. One of the projects that Jasmine has worked on was about housing segregation in the dorms at MSU. Basically, Black and Latinx students are hyper concentrated in dorms on the edge of campus. This may contribute to feelings of isolation and alienation among them. While other universities have gone above and beyond to address students of color and housing, MSU has not. Studies show that students can spend up to 70% of their time in their dorms. Below is a paragraph from the introduction of the study:For a school like Michigan State University, which requires all freshmen to live on campus, this means that experiences inside of them will have a significant impact on students’ welfare and their overall attitudes towards their university. Students do typically see gains from staying in the dorms, including African American students.2 However, the racial composition of these dorms may affect the wellbeing of those who live there, because Black and LatinX students who choose to go to Predominately White Universities/ Institutions (PWIs) routinely face challenges associated with their minority.If you’re interested in talking about your MSU research on the radio or nominating a student, please email Chelsie and Danny at scifiles@impact89fm.org. Check The Sci-Files out on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn, and YouTube! S.A.Harwood, M.B. Huntt,R. Mendenhall and J.A.Lewis, “Racial Microaggressions in the Residence Halls: Experiences of Students of Color at a Predominantly White University,” Journal of Diversity in Higher Education 5 no. 3 (2012): 159–173. 2. L.A. Flowers, “Effects of Living on Campus on African American Students’ Educational Gains in College,” NASPA Journal, 41 (2004): 277–293.K.M. Foster, “Diet of Disparagement: The Racial Experiences of Black Students in a Predominately White University,” International Journal of Qualitative Studies in Education 18, no. 4 (2005): 498–505; J. McCabe, “Racial and Gender Microaggressions on a Predominately White Campus: Experiences of Black, Latina/o and White Undergraduates,” Race, Gender, Class 16, no 1 (2009):133–115. 4. C.M. Loo and G. Rolison, “Alienation of Ethnic Minority Students at a Predominately White University,” Journal of Higher Education 57, no. 1 (1986): 56–77;J.C. Hernandez and M.A. Lopez, “Leaking Pipeline: Issues Impacting Latino/a College Student Retention,” Journal of College Student Retention: Research, Theory, and Practice 6, no. 1, (2004): 37–60.

17mins

3 May 2021

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A Quarantine "Deepo" (pt 2.) ft. Jasmine Jordan

Sharpen Her Iron: Conversations with Dope Women

Picking up where we left off with Jasmine Jordan. Swing over and listen to part 1 if you missed it! 

38mins

31 Jul 2020

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A Quarantine "Deepo" (pt 1.) ft. Jasmine Jordan

Sharpen Her Iron: Conversations with Dope Women

Jasmine Jordan defines a "Deepo" as a deep conversation and in this week's episode she and I just talk about life during quarantine and some lessons being learned. Trust me, she is one of THEE BEST women to have a "Deepo" with. Love this girl and you won't regret tuning in to part 1 and hop on over for the remainder next week 07/29. 

33mins

23 Jul 2020

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Marcus Jordan, Jasmine Jordan and Jeffrey Jordan - The Breakfast Club

Timesuck with Dan Cummins

Marcus Jordan, Jasmine Jordan and Jeffrey Jordan - The Breakfast Club--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/tyo-oliv/support

1hr 47mins

18 Jul 2020

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Mini Pod: Jasmine Jordan

That's What She Said with Sarah Spain

Sarah talks to Jasmine Jordan about what it was like to grow up with a famous father, what she thought about The Last Dance, and how MJ and her fiancé both needed some liquid courage before meeting one another.

13mins

21 May 2020

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Mini Pod: Jasmine Jordan

Le Batard & Friends Network

Sarah talks to Jasmine Jordan about what it was like to grow up with a famous father, what she thought about The Last Dance, and how MJ and her fiancé both needed some liquid courage before meeting one another.

13mins

21 May 2020

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Marcus Jordan, Jasmine Jordan and Jeffrey Jordan

The Breakfast Club

Today on the show The Breakfast Club had the chance to talk to the people that know Michael Jordan the best, which were his children Marcus Jordan, Jasmine Jordan and Jeffrey Jordan. Also, Charlamagne gave "Donkey of the Day" to President and Chief Donald Trump for his comments on the virus and Angela helped some listeners out during "Ask Yee". Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com

1hr 48mins

6 May 2020

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Stop Wasting Time ft. Jasmine Jordan

Progress is a Process

In today’s episode I sat down with the amazingly talented singer/songwriter and a frequent collaborator, Jasmine Jordan. We talk about taking risks, building with your tribe and getting started on your dreams. 

23mins

1 Nov 2018

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The Little Brother's Blues Band and R&B princess Jasmine Jordan

Music FridayLive!

Jon Williams is one of those rare musicians who play and record for the sheer joy of it, free from expectations of fame -- and uses that freedom to produce fabulous music. Jon is a blues and rock and roll guitarist who has played in bands like Midlife Crisis, Midnight Lightning and now the Little Brother’s Blues Band just because he was having fun.Thye recently  released their second album, Spirits, Sinners, Shrews & Blues, a two cd set of classic Chicago blues covers, We play tunes from the set and talk with Jon this Friday.Contemporary R&B newcomer Jasmine Jordan  recently released her debut EP Time Travel  and kicked  off a tour throughout the west coast to support the EP and her new single "Best I Can,". The Washington State native now transplanted to LA manages to bring back the style of 90’s R&B pop, but with a fresh take and modern feel to her songs about love and frustration. Our interview with her Friday should be all of the first and noe of teh second.

1hr 1min

20 Feb 2015