We interview journalist Jamila Bey about fake news, diversity, and feminism. This episode was recorded at the WPFW studio in Washington DC. Please follow Jamila Bey on Twitter at @jbey. Jamila is also the host of OMG "Oh My Government" on WPFW in DC. The RESIST Podcast is hosted by @DanielleMuscato and produced by @erothco. Full shownotes can be found at RESISTpodcast.com.
Jamila Bey is a journalist and public speaker. She was host of the Sex Politics and Religion: SPAR with Jamila Bey on the Voice of Russia, wrote for the She The People blog on the Washington Post, and spoke at the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) earlier this year as as an atheist and an African American woman. Twitter Wikipedia This episode is brought to you by: Nuclear Sponsor - US$20.00 - US$35.00 per month * Russ from the Kitsap Atheists & Agnostics * Travis Megee * Vernware * Frank * Darryl Goossen * Robert Ray from the Humanists of the North Puget Sound Platinum Sponsor - US$8.00 - US$19.00 per month * Virginia Dawn * Paul Burkey * BT Motley * George * Hugh Mann Gold Sponsor - US$4.00 - US$7.00 per month * Mark * Gary from Idaho Atheists * The Flying Skeptic * Renee Davis-Pelt * Alex * Mike Price * Mark * LaTonya * Duncan * Jaded Zappa Bronze Sponsor - < US$4.00 per month * Mark * Peter * Heather * Shawn * Archway Hosting provides full featured web hosting for a fraction of the cost of traditional shared hosting. You get all the benefits of shared hosting, without the sticker shock or extra fees. Check them out at archwayhosting.com. You can find us online at www.atheistnomads.com, follow us on Twitter @AtheistNomads, like us on Facebook, email us at email@example.com, and leave us a voice mail message at (541) 203-0666. Theme music is provided by Sturdy Fred.
Jamila Bey talks about her new Podcast, Religious Exemption, Politics, indoctrination, Atheist Parenting. Also, her experience at NPR, Speaking at conventions, Sex and more. Karl Wulff discusses some of the details around bankruptcy law and consumer protection issues.
Jamila Bey is a journalist based in Washington, DC where she recently hosted the radio show The Sex, Politics and Religion Hour: SPAR With Jamila. Bey is also a writer for the Washington Post blog, She the People. A stand-up comedian, Jamila says she enjoys the stage "because it’s a cheaper hobby than scrapbooking." Jamila served a decade-long stint as a producer and editor at National Public Radio working for shows including Morning Edition, All Things Considered, Tell Me More with Michel Martin, and Talk of the Nation. Bey's work has appeared in the New York Times, The New Humanist of London, Jazz Times Magazine, WebMD, The Today Show and radio stations around the country. Her areas of expertise include health and family policy, and all issues concerning the First Amendment. Bey particularly enjoys reporting on issues concerning religion and the separation of church and state. As a vocal atheist and freethinker, she raises awareness of religious issues in the black community and for black women in particular. You can contribute to Jamila Bey's Indiegog campaign here: http://www.indiegogo.com/projects/sex-politics-and-religion-network Tune in Sunday, February 2nd at 9pm EST/6pmPST when Sean Prophet interviews journalist Jamila Bey. - See more at: http://www.nptr.net/1724_jamila-bey-sex-politics-religion#sthash.iKGEAlL1.dpuf
This week we celebrate Thanksgiving with gratitude in the face of the almost impossible fragility of human existence, and listen to Shelley Segal’s “Apocalyptic Love Song." We hear journalist Jamila Bey, of “Sex, Politics and Religion: SPAR with Jamila Bey,” addressing FFRF’s convention. Then student activist Zack Kopplin tells us how he is battling creationism in Louisiana.
Chas and Damion in conversation with Jamila Bey, a journalist based in Washington, D.C. and host of the weekly radio show: SPAR with Jamila Bey. We talk about sex, politics, atheism, race, and comedy, among other relatively noncontroversial topics.
Tis the season for fa-la-la-la-lawsuits. We'll report on seasonal violations. Then, we'll interview an atheist who is African-American. Journalist Jamila Bey will talk about black women who use the "A" word.