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Episode 12-A New Year's Goal: Using Mindfulness to Keep Your Cool Talking About Racial Justice in 2019

Social Entrepreneurship Now Podcast

Release Date: 12/31/2018

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This series on sickle cell was a vision that was shared between two businesswomen who wanted to do something greater to highlight sickle cell.  It began with Foxy Davison wondering how providers and patients might journey deeper into a thriving partnership if their was mutual understanding of the experiences that race and bias have on people of color.  

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For all of our listeners who have listened throughout the series you will have learned about perspectives on race, gender, culture bias, pain, transitions and so much more.  In the nooks and crannies of our stories is the heartbeat of change, and that is what you will witness in this season finale.  Our guests speak candidly about how uncomfortable and yet transformative it is to be your true and authentic self as a patient and as a provider.  

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Welcome back to our series on sickle cell disease and relationships between patients and providers.  In this episode a patient and provider discuss the delicate process of making that transition in care from pediatric to adult; the riskiest time healthwise for patients with sickle.  Hear our guests discuss what should patients do if they don't receive effective communication, to how to approach overbearing caregivers, to providers need to do to help their patients transition well.  

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In this episode we discussed how racism in upper management is impacting the care of patients who are living with sickle cell.  This podcast was in response to Dr. Danielson resigning in protest from the Odessa Brown clinic.  Listen for all the highlights of the show.

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Speaking with Dr. Amanda Kemp is an amazing experience and you will find out why in this dynamic show.  I love working with social justice giants who understand that the the change agents need to be mindful and lead from the heart-and she definitely knows that.  In this podcast, Dr. Kemp walks us through her journey with racial justice, taking us through the winding turns with burnout and discouragement to self-compassion and learning to talk about racial justice and keep your cool.  She also takes us through a 5-minute guided meditation for Holding the Space for Transformation, a practical tool to use when having difficult conversations.

Dr. Amanda Kemp is a racial justice and mindfulness mentor. A proud African American, Dr. Kemp grew up in foster care in the South Bronx, NY and always dreamed of following in Dr. Martin Luther King’s footsteps. Since her first anti-apartheid march in 1983 she has actively stood for racial justice and authentic community.

Drawing from her lived experience in an interracial marriage, her study of race at Stanford and Northwestern Universities,as well as over a decade of teaching at the college level, Dr. Kemp created Racial Justice from the H.E.A.R.T. This system builds skill and capacity of compassionate change makers in schools and faith communities..

A Master teacher and performing artist, Dr. Kemp has helped over 25,000 people have open-hearted conversations, consciously use their power to practice compassion and cultivate racial justice and authentic community.  

Her TedX Talk: How to Lean in to Difficult Conversations about Race has been used by conflict and resolution, sociology, and psychology classes at both the high school and college levels.

In this podcast you will learn:

  • The biggest mistake people make when trying to create racial diversity
  • Why we the instruments for social change, need to do the work of healing
  • The intersectionality of mindfulness and racial justice
  • A practical tool to build our confidence and competence when advocating for racial diversity and justice

Dr. Kemp's Contact Information:

To contact her: www.dramandkemp.com

You can reach me at my website: www.transformnursing.com or my email [email protected].  My information is listed in the show notes.  

If you’re looking for more direction for health equity in your organization, if you want to have better rapport with patients and be positioned to empower them then please check out my free masterclass "Leadership Practices for Nurses Who Want to Make a Social Impact" at transformnursing.com/masterclass. Listen in on a podcast or download one of my free featured resources all available at my website: transformnursing.com

I absolutely love learning about fresh topics so please share those with me and if you email me your testimonial or response I will share it on the next show.

Thanks for joining!!

Nikki