#345: How Law Enforcement Can Help Victims of Color: The Building Bridges Project - Part 1
Real Crime Profile
“No Sweetie, I Live in the Suburbs”: A Conversation with VA Moms of Color
The Suburban Women Problem
Today we have a special episode of the podcast as Rachel Vindman, Jasmine Clark, and Amanda Weinstein hand their platform over to a roundtable of moms from Virginia. When discussing last month’s gubernatorial election, the media has been quick to run headlines about "suburban moms" and their concerns about Critical Race Theory. But time after time, moms of color have been left out of the conversation.So we asked three suburban moms of color from Virginia to give us their thoughts. Nicole, Kenya, and Zerell chatted with moderator Katie Paris about honest education in schools, microaggressions, and how white women need to step up to be not only allies but accomplices. We are so grateful to these three incredible women for lending their time and their voices to the podcast this week.Could you use some support figuring out how to step up as an accomplice and fight against anti-CRT messaging in your community? We invite you to sign up for one of our Troublemaker Trainings! They’re fun events where you can meet other women who are facing this stuff too and learn strategies to stand up for the kids in your community. For a transcript of this episode, please email email@example.com.
Tiquette Bramlett shares story about creating a wine industry for black women and other people of color
Claima Stories with Bimma
On today’s show, recorded live at Claima Stories: Feast Portland edition, we chat with Tiquette Bramlett, President at Vidon Vineyards, who is the first Black woman in the states hired to run a winery, but her journey starts growing up in the Bay area in an interracial family. Everyday was an adventure for her, especially when her family would hop in the car and head all over California. One area specifically was Central California, where her mother loved the wine. An inquisitive child, Tiquette always wanted to know why her mom loved wine, and showed an interest in the field at a really young age. She’d go on to study opera but after a health scare, she made a course correction and pursued a career in wine. While navigating wine as a Black woman, she received a lot of mentorship from winemakers like Bertony Faustin of Abbey Creek Wine. This sort of mentorship guided her rise in the industry, recently putting her in a position to become the President of Vidon Vineyards.About Claima Stories with Bimma:Former Nike Marketer, Bimma Williams interviews leading and emerging BIPOC creatives about how they were able to break into the notoriously guarded creative and sneaker industries. From these stories, listeners will learn how to claim their dream careers. Featuring Melody Ehsani, Jeff Staple, and James Whitner. Listen and Subscribe now.Subscribe: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/claimastories/
Your Unique Color Palette and Authentic Style :: Karen Blanc [Ep 343]
Don't Mom Alone Podcast
Motherhood can be a time of self-forgetfulness. We pour into our kids, partners, careers and can lose ourselves in the process. One way I’ve rediscovered who God made me to be is learning about my unique color palette and authentic style. In this week’s episode I chat with House of Colour Consultant, Karen Blanc. She teaches us a bit about color theory based on the work of Johannes Itten. And how based on our natural coloring, each of us harmonize best with either warm or cool colors, then either bright or muted. “I love to give people permission to embrace something that's very near and dear to them, God's gift to you: your color palette.” We also spend some time talking about the process of discovering your authentic style based on your body architecture and personality. With some combination of styles from the basic six: dramatic, classic, natural, gamine, ingenue or romantic. My hope is this episode will inspire you that God made you with a light to shine where you are. Through learning more about color and style you can actually spend less energy on “what to wear” and more time being who God made you to be. “To be yourself in a world constantly trying to make you something else is the greatest accomplishment.” (Ralph Waldo Emerson). Connect with Karen: Website: House of Color — Oakland, Nebraska Facebook: knowyourWOWcolors Instagram: @houseofcolour_karenblanc Links Mentioned: Johannes Itten — “The Art of Color” (don’t know why it’s so expensive!) House of Colour—find a consultant near you House of Colour—Dallas—Ginny Hudnut House of Colour—Erin Morgan Featured Sponsors: Mathnasium— Whether you’re looking to get your kids back on track or want to ensure they’re staying ahead with their math studies, find a center near you at mathnasium.com and contact them for a free in center or online consultation.
This season there will be a Relief Society president on Project Runway. Yes, you read that correctly. Katie Kortman is as shocked as you are. She knows she is not the fashion designer people are used to seeing after 19 seasons of the show, but she also knows that, as her mom taught her, “different is good.” On this week’s episode, we talk with Katie about her love for color, both literally and figuratively, and why she believes it is best to be yourself. "It's awesome to be different. Not everyone's the same. We want to stand out." Show Notes 2:09- 2018: The Year of the Goal6:04- The Influence of Mothers10:16- The International Church14:20- Color Brings Joy16:54- Creativity and Coping20:36- Developing a Love for Sewing24:33- Road to the Runway35:12- Modesty38:13- What Does It Mean To Be All In the Gospel of Jesus Christ? Find the full episode transcript at ldsliving.com/allin.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
[Repost] #227: The Food Environment, Intuitive Eating in Communities of Color, and Diet Culture's Oppressive Roots with Ayana Habtemariam, Nutrition Therapist & Certified Intuitive-Eating Counselor
Food Psych Podcast with Christy Harrison
Fellow anti-diet dietitian and certified intuitive eating counselor Ayana Habtemariam joins us to discuss how she’s bringing intuitive eating to marginalized communities, whether food environments influence health, the oppressive roots of diet culture, paternalistic nutrition policies, and so much more. Plus, Christy answers a listener question about how to deal with worries about your partner’s health. (This episode originally aired on February 17, 2020.) Ayana is a nutrition therapist, certified intuitive eating counselor, and macro social worker. She is the founder of Truly Real Nutrition, LLC, a private nutrition practice where she empowers clients to give up dieting in exchange for trusting their bodies and breaking free from food rules that result in feelings of failure and shame. She encourages her clients to embrace the beauty, power, and connection that their food traditions, personal experiences, and values add to their lives. Ayana is committed to increasing awareness of intuitive eating and weight inclusive philosophies in black communities. She believes that weight-centric approaches to health and wellness only serve to exacerbate body image issues, stress, and anxiety which contribute to increased rates of chronic diseases often seen in black and other communities of color. Ayana has 10+ years of experience educating the public on the relationship between the nutrition environment and health outcomes. Prior to transitioning to private practice, she worked with community leaders and local politicians as a nutrition policy advocate and community nutrition educator, in the healthcare field as a clinical dietitian at Mercy Philadelphia Hospital, and as an award-winning, top performing account manager at a Fortune 500 company. Find her online at TrulyRealNutrition.com. Subscribe to our newsletter, Food Psych Weekly, to keep getting new weekly Q&As and other new content while the podcast is on hiatus! If you're ready to break free from diet culture once and for all, come check out Christy's Intuitive Eating Fundamentals online course. You'll get all your questions answered in an exclusive monthly podcast, plus ongoing support in our private community forum and dozens of hours of other great content. Christy's first book, Anti-Diet, is available wherever you get your books. Order online at christyharrison.com/book, or at local bookstores across North America, the UK, Australia, and New Zealand. Grab Christy's free guide, 7 simple strategies for finding peace and freedom with food, for help getting started on the anti-diet path. For full show notes and a transcript of this episode, go to christyharrison.com/foodpsych. Ask your own question about intuitive eating, Health at Every Size, or eating disorder recovery at christyharrison.com/questions.
Jennifer Anderson is a mom, wife, registered dietitian, and the founder of Kids Eat in Color®. She helps family navigate feeding their kids with confidence. In this episode we talk about picky eating, serving dessert with dinner and how to not stress too much over every decision. Jennifer's website: https://kidseatincolor.com Kids Eat In Color Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/kids.eat.in.color Elizabeth's website: https://miraculousmamas.com Miraculous Mamas Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/miraculousmamas Get 10% off your first month at https://www.betterhelp.com/mamas More podcasts at WAVE: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/artist/wave-podcast-network/1437831426
Color is a huge part of self expression and environment! Why do we choose the colors we deem our favorites? Do our color preferences change over time? What colors energize us and what colors bring us peace? Join us as we explore the question that follows us from birth to the grave: what is your favorite color? Enjoy bonus content and more by supporting us on Patreon! Join your fellow Earbud Patrons in BTS splendor for as little as $5 a month. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/hannahlyze-this/support
What does your hair color say about you? In part two of our series all about head hair, we find out how writer Jessica Berger Gross broke up with dyeing and fell in love with her grays. Then, software engineer Jameson Hampton highlights how rainbow-bright hair helped them navigate gender identity and queerness. Unladylike: A Field Guide to Smashing the Patriarchy and Claiming Your Space is available now, wherever books and audiobooks are sold. Signed copies are available at podswag.com/unladylike. Follow Unladylike on social @unladylikemedia. Subscribe to our newsletter at unladylike.co/newsletter. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Ep. 315: How Color Affects What We Buy and How We Behave with Lauren Labrecque
Professor Lauren Labrecque, PhD, researches how color influences the decisions we make and the culture around us. In this interview, she takes a closer look at the logos and packaging from some of our favorite beauty brands to explain how they influence our purchasing behavior. Plus, we learn about sensory marketing and color psychology; the shade that makes people eat less; the hue sports teams use to influence a game; and the color you should wear if you need roadside assistance (really!). -- Become a Fat Mascara+ member to listen to the podcast without ads: fatmascara.com/member; Episode recap: fatmascara.com/blog; Our private Facebook Group: Fat Mascara / Raising a Wand; Instagram: @fatmascara, @jessicamatlin, @jenn_edit; Email: firstname.lastname@example.org; To submit a "Raise A Wand" product recommendation & be featured on a future episode: +1 646-481-8182. Become a member at https://plus.acast.com/s/fatmascara. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.