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12 of The Best Podcast Episodes for James Jennings. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about James Jennings, often where they are interviewed.

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12 of The Best Podcast Episodes for James Jennings. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about James Jennings, often where they are interviewed.

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S.5 E.2 After Whiteness: A Conversation with Dr. Willie James Jennings - Profane Faith

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Oh yeah...you know you need to check this out! The renowned Dr. Jennings is on this week talking about his new book and the issues of Western education. Come on now, you know this is lit!
Nov 16 2020 · 1hr 20mins
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County make full use of FA Cup reprieve | With James Jennings live

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In this week's edition of the new look Stockport County Live, the boys are joined by James Jennings. James talks about the frustration of being sidelined after such a great pre-season.

Matty Mainwaring also features as County's upcoming raft of tough fixtures is examined.

Find out more at https://the-county-live-podcast.pinecast.co

Nov 06 2020 · 31mins

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S2E6: The Christian Imagination: An Interview with Dr. Willie James Jennings

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An interview with Dr. Willie James Jennings, Associate Professor of Systematic Theology and Africana Studies at Yale University, on his book The Christian Imagination: Theology and the Origins of Race. Jennings argues that the medieval European colonialist Christian vision imagined the entire globe in terms of a racist imagination; and that the continue to reap the consequences to this day; and that the Christian tradition does, in fact, have resources to re-imagine a new sort of world. 

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Oct 29 2020 · 49mins
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Dr. Willie James Jennings, Has Christinity Failed to Heal Social Divisions?

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Dr. Jennings is an Associate Professor of Systematic Theology and Africana Studies at Yale Divinity School. He is an author of multiple works, including the 2010 book, “The Christian Imagination: Theology and the Origins of Race.” In this, Dr. Jennings poses the question: Why has Christianity, a religion premised upon neighborly love, failed in its attempts to heal social divisions?

Today, Dr. Jennings and Eddie discuss that question.

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- More info for Dr. Jennings: https://divinity.yale.edu/faculty-and-research/yds-faculty/willie-james-jennings

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Oct 12 2020 · 38mins

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Episode 6: After Whiteness: A Conversation with Dr. Willie James Jennings

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Dr. Willie James Jennings (Yale Divinity School) is this week’s guest on the Dialogue On Teaching podcast. Jennings and Dr. Nancy Lynne Westfield discuss his upcoming book, “After Whiteness: An Education in Belonging,” which will be published in October 2020.
Mar 01 2020 · 35mins
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Episode 372: How Race Became Religion with Willie James Jennings

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Did God create the different races and intend them to be separate, or is race a social and cultural invention? Theologian Willie James Jennings joins Skye for a mind-stretching conversation about the role of race in our faith, how “whiteness” has influenced Christianity, why a proper vision of Jesus’ incarnation challenges many of our assumptions, and the racial Cold War occurring in our country. Also this week: A study that found religious kids are nastier and less generous than secular kids is retracted due to a math error. Trump’s “court evangelicals” warn that his impeachment could start a new civil war. The podcast hosts discuss the pros and cons of impeachment and over-spiritualizing political differences.

Oct 09 2019 · 1hr 6mins
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QL5: The Dr. James Jennings Interview

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In this episode Professor Emeritus of Urban & Environmental Policy & Planning Dr. James Jennings discusses his article on entrepreneurship and academic paper on gentrification

SUMMARY

QL5 by numbers
1. Episode Length: 56:17
2. Topics Covered: 10
3. References Made: 18

THE PATH

Topics covered in this episode:

1. Introduction: Dr. James Jennings on why he became a professor in planning
• Dr. James Jennings discusses his motivation for becoming a professor in urban & environmental policy and planning.
2. Inequality: Dr. James Jennings on the definition of the word inequality
• Dr. James Jennings discusses his definition for the word inequality within the context of his article, The Importance of Entrepreneurship in Black and Latino Communities in Massachusetts. He also elaborates on the importance of including the concept of inequity when discussing inequality.
3. Justice: Dr. James Jennings on the definition of the word justice
• Dr. James Jennings discusses how justice should be defined. He also speaks on the importance of implementing justice beyond an individual level.
4. Gentrification: Dr. James Jennings explains gentrification and its effects
• Dr. James Jennings defines the word gentrification. He also provides examples nonwhite people are affected in Boston, MA.
5. Government: Dr. James Jennings: governmental role in home ownership gap
• Dr. James Jennings explains the role the local, state and federal government played in the disparity in home ownership between white and people classified as black. He also speaks on redlining, restricted zoning and zoning decisions benefiting large real estate developers.
6. Highways: Dr. James Jennings: highways, black areas and displacement
• Dr. James Jennings explains the role government played on negatively impacting black central business districts by construction interstate highways.
7. Super Commuting: Dr. James Jennings on public transpiration & super commuting
• Dr. James Jennings speaks on public transportation and infrastructure. He also explains the effects super commuting can have on non-white people.
8. Entrepreneurship: Dr. James Jennings on entrepreneurship and gentrification
• Dr. James Jennings discusses the importance of creating business sectors in distressed communities. He also speaks on the importance of teaching entrepreneurship especially within the public-school system.
9. Participation: Dr. James Jennings on participation in emerging fields
• Dr. James Jennings speaks on the importance of participation in technological growth in areas of opportunity.
10. Reparations: Dr. James Jennings on reparations
• Dr. James Jennings discusses reparations and who should receive compensatory help.

THE WELL

References/resources mentioned in this episode:

1. Host: Dr. James Jennings

2. Host: The Importance of Entrepreneurship in Black and Latino Communities in Massachusetts

3. Host: Gentrification as Anti-Local Economic Development: The Case of Boston, Massachusetts

4. Guest: Boston Housing Authority Department of Neighborhood Development

5. Guest: Bedford–Stuyvesant, Brooklyn

6. Guest: Ivory Tower

7. Guest: Redlining

8. Host: Neely Fuller Jr.

9. Guest: Civil Rights Movement

10. Guest: Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

11. Guest: United Nations

12. Guest: Former President Lyndon B. Johnson’s Commencement Address to the 1965 graduating class of Howard University

13. Guest: 1935 Federal Home Loan Bank Board – Residential Security Maps

14. Host: Displacement in Inglewood, CA residents & the Los Angeles Rams stadium construction

15. Guest: Former President Dwight Eisenhower and Highway development

16. Host: Mobile Barbering Article Trim-It App

17. Guest: Richard Rothstein – The Color of Law: A Forgotten History of How Our Government Segregated America

18. Guest: Understanding Gentrification and Displacement: Community Voices and Changing Neighborhoods

The post QL5: The Dr. James Jennings Interview appeared first on The Question Lane.

Aug 13 2019 ·
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James Jennings | 'Paul Ince's Lock In'

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Our latest I Had Trials Once... guest is current Wrexham defender James Jennings. The 31-year-old has played for Macclesfield, Kettering, Cambridge United, Mansfield, Forest Green and Cheltenham since coming through the Manchester City academy.

Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/IHadTrialsOnce)

Jul 29 2019 · 1hr 29mins
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The 2018 Geddes W. Hanson Lecture | Dr. Willie James Jennings

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October 17, 2018 | The 2018 Geddes W. Hanson Lecture

Speaker: Dr. Willie James Jennings, associate professor of Systematic Theology and Africana Studies at Yale University Divinity School

For information on the Princeton Seminary and Slavery Report, visit https://slavery.ptsem.edu/.
Oct 24 2018 · 40mins
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Willie James Jennings | 2018 Annual Karl Barth Conference

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June 18, 2018 | 2018 Annual Karl Barth Conference

“Another Knowledge of God is Possible: Barth Among Post-Colonial Epistemologists”

Speaker: Willie James Jennings, Associate Professor of Systematic Theology and Africana Studies, Yale Divinity School
Jul 03 2018 · 49mins
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