We’re back with Sherif & Mariel, and their very special guest this week, Natalie Jasmine Harris. Natalie is a queer-identified, Black writer/director and producer from Maryland. Her creative work often exists within the coming-of-age genre, which she views as an essential tool to re-imagine liberation for young girls, the Black community, and LGBTQ+ individuals. We hear about Natalie’s experience in the festival circuit thus far, for her NYU thesis short film, Pure, which she’s simultaneously developing into a feature film. Natalie is a 2020 recipient of the Directors Guild of America’s Student Film Award for Outstanding Directorial Achievement and The Black Film Space 2020 Black Filmmaker Fund, as well as recently winning the Emerging Director Award at Outfest Fusion 2021. We also hear about a short documentary Natalie created in collaboration with TIME magazine and the Biden/Harris campaign.
Interveiw w/ Jasmine Harris, Weekly Rundown including Gun Control & Voting Rights.
We have an interview with Jasmine Harris, an official candidate for Omaha mayor. Visit her official campaign website and facebook. We have the weekly rundown talking about gun control, voting rights, gerrymandering, and Rep. Greene. It's been over a month since the last episode but we are here!Resources:Rep. Greene Removal PetitionRJ Neary Interview Episode--- 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/cabinet/message
SPECIAL EPISODE: Black Girl Politics Round Table (with Jasmine Harris, Naomi Hattaway, and Cammy Watkins)
Black Girl Politics Podcast
On this Special Episode of Black Girl Politics Podcast, Jeria & Jadah talk to three of the record number of Black and Brown womxn running for local office in Omaha, Nebraska. Naomi Hattaway, Cammy Watkins, and Jasmine Harris join the hosts for an open, honest conversation about their historic campaigns, the trials of running for office as Black women, and the support system they've created for one another. You can contribute to their campaigns and learn more here:naomiforcitycouncil.comcammy4council.comvoteforjasmine.comIf you live in Omaha, be sure to vote on April 6th (Primary Election) and May 11th (General Election). Visit civicnebraska.vote for more information and resources on the upcoming elections in Omaha!Want to start a podcast but don’t know where to begin? Buzzsprout makes it easy! Help support our show AND get yourself a $20 Amazon gift card when you sign up for a paid Buzzsprout account using this link: https://www.buzzsprout.com/?referrer_id=1528541
In this episode, Matthew talks to Dr Jasmine Harris - an Associate Professor of Sociology at Ursinus College. Jasmine holds a Ph.D in Sociology from the University of Minnesota, a Masters degree in Public Communications from the Newhouse School at Syracuse University, and a Bachelor’s degree in Sociology and Women’s Studies from Vassar College in Poughkeepsie, NY. Dr. Harris’ research, writing, and teaching, focus on the impacts of racism and racial inequality on Black communities and Black people as individuals, particularly when living and working in predominantly white institutional settings. Her examination of academic experiences among DI football and men’s basketball players has appeared in the Boston Globe, Chicago Tribune, Houston Chronicle, and Philadelphia Inquirer. Her forthcoming book examines the impacts of educational racism on Black women in the U.S.
Jasmine Harris tells her vision of shifting Omaha from stagnation to progress by addressing the interconnected nature of the city's problems from transportation to communication to health and more. Learn more here. And consider supporting Riverside Chats as a patron for access to the full backlog, early access to new episodes, and exclusive content for $1 a month. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
One election down and many more to go. On to the upcoming city elections happening this spring. Today, we have a chat with Jasmine Harris who is running for Mayor of the City of Omaha. Mrs. Harris is a program manager with RISE and has spent her career advancing black and brown voices across the city. Meet Jasmine and learn about the issues near and dear to her heart. Learn more about Jasmine by visiting her website. Follow her on social to find her events and support her candidacy.Jasmine for MayorLinks you might be interested in:Herman's House DocumentaryFollow the Misfits:Facebook | Twitter | Instagram--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/midwest-misfits/support
Jasmine Harris: Don't Disqualify Yourself Because You’re Young
Time for a Testimony
Is it ever too early to pursue the call of God on my life? What if I’m too young? What if I’m not qualified or don’t have the experience it takes? Can God still use me? On today’s episode, Kamyla welcomes her friend Jasmine Harris to the podcast. Join her in listening to Jasmine share about how God told her when she was a teenager that she would one day go to Brazil, and how He transformed her life and so many others’ lives when she moved there just a few years later.
One Life, Two Competing Forces - Personal vs. Professional (with Dr. Jasmine Harris)
In this episode, the Middlests transition from coping with the pandemic to reflecting on the recent shared collective experience.Specifically, the inequities that the pandemic exposed, which the resurgence of #BlackLivesMatters highlighted, and how these concurrent critical experiences are affecting Black and brown professionals.However, professionals broadly are dueling with how to find their footing as their careers have been impacted and similarly find their voice as it relates to the social issues driving action at all levels of our society.Our guest, Dr. Jasmine Harris, shares her experience transitioning to virtual teaching while remaining a steadfast advocate for her students. You can follow her on Twitter @DrHarrisJay.
In today's "Success Interview," I'm speaking with one of my incredible clients, Jasmine Harris! Jasmine is a career coach who helps professionals take their career to the next level and land their dream jobs. If you want to see an example of a woman who is WINNING in her business, despite all the gloom and doom we're hearing right now, our conversation will absolutely inspire you. We discussed Jasmine's high-end coaching programs, what kind of content attracts her ideal clients and how important it is to invest in your growth, especially as a woman entrepreneur of color. Resources From This Episode: Want to land your dream job? Schedule a Free Call with Jasmine Harris Join My FREE Facebook Group For Women Entrepreneurs: Scale to 6-Figures with Rosetta Thurman Follow Me on Instagram: @rosettathurman