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Stepping Into a New Paradigm: Enhancing Dialogue on Race and Injustice Part II

The Theory of Change Podcast

Release Date: 07/06/2020

 Simone de Beauvoir: Affirming the Ambiguity of Existence  show art Simone de Beauvoir: Affirming the Ambiguity of Existence

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We are joined by philosopher Shannon Mussett. She is a professor of philosophy at Utah Valley University and a scholar of  Simone De Beauvoir. Beauvoir is a seminal thinker in phenomenological-existential philosophy. She is also a pioneer theorist of Feminism  whose works The Ethics of Ambiguity (1947) and The Second Sex (1949) significantly challenged the status quo of philosophy and patriarchal society

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In this episode we are joined by Dr. Alison Crowe, Associate Professor at East Carolina University. Her research questions the multitude of social stigmas around mental health and receiving mental health treatment. If you or anyone you know is struggling with mental health concerns, ask about it, talk about it. 

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AHC Fireside Chat V: Honoring the I and Thou Relationship in Response to Injustice show art AHC Fireside Chat V: Honoring the I and Thou Relationship in Response to Injustice

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This is a bonus episode of the podcast brought to you in collaboration with the Association of Humanistic Counseling. Fireside Chats are, spontaneous, free form conversations where counselors gather and discuss topics relevant to this year's theme; "raising the question of what it means to be human." Tonight's dialogue topic is "How can we honor Buber's I and Thou relationships in response to injustice?"

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Communities worldwide have been pushing for systemic change and transforming our social structures toward justice. Conversations about race and injustice can be transformative, liberating and hostile. This episodes includes a panel conversation on the nature of these conversations and how to enhance how we can have more productive dialogues on race and justice. 

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Communities worldwide have been pushing for systemic change and transforming our social structures toward justice. Conversations about race and injustice can be transformative, liberating and hostile. This episodes includes a panel conversation on the nature of these conversations and how to enhance how we can have more productive dialogues on race and justice. 

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Dr. Julie Hill Assistant Professor of Clinical Rehabilitation Counseling at Auburn University talks about theories of career development that suggest how we fit work into our life design rather than our lives into our vocation. Empowering clients to author their career narratives, career construction theory offers fresh perspectives into the relationship of the self to the world of work. 

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Dr. Christian Chan joins us to discuss the dynamics of gender in career development. Dismantling social structures that foreclose what career experiences are most suited for whom is a chief task of career counselors. Dr. Chan is an assistant professor of counselor education at the University of North Carolina Greensboro and a scholar of multicultural issues in counseling.

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Friend of the Podcast Dr. Ian Levy returns to continue our dive into Hip Hop and Spoken Word Therapy. We discuss the relevance of hip hop culture and craft in hearing the voices of youth and promoting expression and self development. Dr. Levy is a New York City Native and Assistant Professor at Manhattan College.

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Dr. Lou Marinoff is a philosophy professor the City College of New York, Founding president of the American Philosophical Practitioners Association, and author of renown works such as Plato Not Prozac. In this episode we discuss philosophy as means of self development and value of dialogue as a mode of personal growth. 

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Nonviolence and Civil Unrest: A Narrative of Resilience from The Civil Rights Movement Part II show art Nonviolence and Civil Unrest: A Narrative of Resilience from The Civil Rights Movement Part II

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In this two-part episode Dr. Bernard Lafayette Jr.  talks about the philosophy of nonviolence. As a founder of the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee SNCC in 1960 he helped organize the sit ins in Tennessee and the Freedom Rides. He applied the principles of nonviolence in organizing the movement for voter registration and civil rights in Selma Alabama. 

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Communities worldwide have been pushing for systemic change and transforming our social structures toward justice. Conversations about race and injustice can be transformative, liberating and hostile. This episodes includes a panel conversation on the nature of these conversations and how to enhance how we can have more productive dialogues on race and justice. 

Panel Members:

Dr. Jessica Tyler: An Assistant Clinical Professor at Auburn University, the Coordinator of the Clinical Mental Health Counseling program, and owns a private practice primarily working with adults and trauma. Her expertise ranges from crisis counseling, working with veterans and their dependents, suicide prevention and treatment, and social networking and its impact on psychological & social wellbeing.

Hakim Belamy: The Deputy Director of the Cultural Services Department for the City of Albuquerque. Hakim was the Inaugural Poet Laureate for the City of Albuquerque (2012-2014). In 2012 he published his first collection of poetry, SWEAR, and it landed him the Working Class Studies Tillie Olsen Award for Literature in 2012. Bellamy has held adjunct faculty positions at UNM and the Institute of American Indian Arts. 

Dr. Nancy Thacker: An Assistant Professor of Counselor Education at Auburn University and National Certified Counselor. Her research focus is centered on examining the ways in which culture, systemic oppression, and issues of power and privilege impact mental health and wellbeing. She applies this focus within two topic areas: theory and praxis of grief counseling, and the professional development of counselors and educators.

Dr. Linwood Vereen: Dr. Vereen's work focuses on humanism as a central tenet of professional counseling, existentialism, Black existentialism, humor in counseling, clinical supervisor development, group dynamics, and mindfulness. He has held various leadership positions with the field of Professional Counseling and Counselor Education and is currently the editor for the Journal of Humanistic Counseling

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