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Episode 0 - Introduction to the Culture Stew podcast

Culture Stew

Release Date: 08/13/2019

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Culture Stew

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 Kay embodies this concept. She provides consultation to companies and the entertainment industry on how to create inclusive organizations and celebrate the multidimensionality of African cultures. https://shopkutula.com

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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.     This podcast is produced by Derrick Michaud Shelby Row Productions LLC www.shelbyrowproductions.com

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Episode 0 - Introduction to the Culture Stew podcast show art Episode 0 - Introduction to the Culture Stew podcast

Culture Stew

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 provide practical strategies for leading diverse organizations.   This podcast is produced by Derrick Michaud Shelby Row Productions LLC www.shelbyrowproductions.com

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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 provide practical strategies for leading diverse organizations.

 

This podcast is produced by
Derrick Michaud
Shelby Row Productions LLC
www.shelbyrowproductions.com