Shilpa Alimchandani has been a trainer, facilitator, and consultant for 20 years, focusing on diversity, equity, inclusion, and unconscious bias. She brings depth, passion, and humor to this work. Take a listen! Libsync iTunes Spotify
In this episode, I talk to Joe Shaffner, Senior Communications Specialist at the International Center for Research on Women, who is also an ardent activist for equity and social justice and the direct descendent of Stonewall Jackson.
Antonio Farias is the Chief Diversity Officer at the University of Florida, and has served in diversity leadership positions in higher education and government. https://directory.libsyn.com/shows/view/id/culturestew https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/culture-stew/id1476433762
Kay Anuluoha is the co-owner of Kutula by Africana, an LA-based company specializing in authentic African fabrics and design, who has become the most sought-after costume design showroom for the TV and film industry, including serving as the costumers for movies like Black Panther and The Avengers. Kutula translates to “leap forward” in Zambian, and […]
Tod Ewing is the co-founder of The Race Story Rewrite Project (https://www.racestoryrewrite.com), whose mission is to build community dialogues on race, prejudice, and embracing our oneness as a human family. He is also the the author of the book, Seeing Heaven in the Face of Black Men. Subscribe on: iTunes https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/episode-1-tod-ewing/id1476433762?i=1000448006348 Spotify https://open.spotify.com/show/3typAAapfJZ14VL6N811Ob?si=tXx2lwLgStqAuOVRSrLNyA Google […]
This podcast endeavors to challenge assumptions of “us” and “them” that drive separatism and impede organizational and societal effectiveness. The rhetoric that is embedded in our public discourse can either create connection and remind us of our humanity, or disconnect and dehumanize. Culture Stew uses the art of storytelling to create connections, foster dialogue, and […]