#JPSPEAKS 013: Being Black in 2017: The Allyship and Understanding I Still Need!

Podcast: Play in new window | Download | EmbedSubscribe: iTunes | Android | RSSWelcome to Episode 013 of the #JPSPEAKS: Social Justice & Inclusion Podcast for Higher Education Professionals! Today, I had the honor of interviewing, Sinclair Ceasar from www.thesapronextdoor.com! Below, you will find the show notes, a biography on Sinclair Ceasar, and Sinclair’s call-to-action! Enjoy! THIS EPISODE’S ABSTRACT… Sometimes people from marginalized groups feel like they are the spokesperson for their entire population. What we know is that this responsibility is both burdensome and unnecessary. If only … Read More

#JPSPEAKS 012: Becoming a Blind Side Visionary: A Conversation with Christina Papaleo on Re-Envisioning Disability in Higher Education

Podcast: Play in new window | Download | EmbedSubscribe: iTunes | Android | RSSWelcome to Episode 010 of the #JPSPEAKS: Social Justice & Inclusion Podcast for Higher Education Professionals! Today, I had the honor of interviewing, Christina Papaleo, the founder of The Blindside Visionary. Below, you will find the show notes, a biography on Christina Papaleo, and Christina’s call-to-action! Enjoy! CHRISTINA PAPALEO’S BIOGRAPHY & CONTACT INFO: Christina graduated from the State University of New York (SUNY) College at Cortland (Cortland, NY) in 2014 with a Bachelor’s degree in Selected … Read More

JPSPEAKS 011: A Conversation About Unemployment & Underemployment of Black College Graduates with Dr. Zakiya Muwwakkil

Podcast: Play in new window | Download | EmbedSubscribe: iTunes | Android | RSSWelcome to Episode 010 of the #JPSPEAKS: Social Justice & Inclusion Podcast for Higher Education Professionals! Today, I had the honor of interviewing, Dr. Zakiya Muwwakkil! Dr. Muwwakkil is the founder of Degrees of Separation! Below, you will find the show notes, a biography on Dr. Zakiya Muwwakkil and her call-to-action! Enjoy! In this particular episode, you will learn: What is the difference between unemployed and underemployed? What are some best practices to providing support … Read More

JPSPEAKS 010: A Conversation about Racism in the Workplace & Intentional Self Care with Dar Mayweather

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Podcast: Play in new window | Download | EmbedSubscribe: iTunes | Android | RSSWelcome to Episode 010 of the #JPSPEAKS: Social Justice & Inclusion Podcast for Higher Education Professionals! Today, I had the honor of interviewing, Dar Mayweather from doingthegoodwork.com! Below, you will find the show notes, a biography on Dar Mayweather, and Dar’s call-to-action! Enjoy! In this particular episode, you will learn: What is Racism? How does Racism show up in the Workplace? What are three strategies to practice self care? An opportunity to register for … Read More

JPSPEAKS 009: A Discussion with Beth Berila about New Book, “Integrating Mindfulness into Anti-Oppression Pedagogy”

Podcast: Play in new window | Download | EmbedSubscribe: iTunes | Android | RSSWelcome to Episode 009 of the #JPSPEAKS: Social Justice & Inclusion Podcast for Higher Education Professionals! This month, I had the honor of interviewing, Beth Berila! Below, you will find the show notes, a biography of Beth Berila, and Beth’s call-to-action! Enjoy! In this particular episode, you will learn: What is mindfulness? How can we incorporate mindfulness into the work we are doing as social justice educators? What are some resources to utilize … Read More

#JPSPEAKS 008: A Discussion about the Cultural Components of a Jewish Experience with Jake R. Goldblum

Podcast: Play in new window | Download | EmbedSubscribe: iTunes | Android | RSSWelcome to Episode 008 of the #JPSPEAKS: Social Justice & Inclusion Podcast for Higher Education Professionals! This month, we had the honor of interviewing, Jake R. Goldblum. Please note: Jake wants to recognize the internal diversity of all cultures including Judaism. No culture is a monolith and nuances are important to consider.  This conversation is about potential cultural/historical factors of a Jewish experience, not religious components. Jake speaks specifically from lived … Read More

JPSPEAKS 007: A Conversation about Career Development with Guest Lynn Carroll

Podcast: Play in new window | Download | EmbedSubscribe: iTunes | Android | RSSWelcome to Episode 007 of the #JPSPEAKS: Social Justice & Inclusion Podcast for Higher Education Professionals! This month, I had the honor of interviewing, Lynn Carroll! Lynn is a higher education professional who now works as a career coach. A more in-depth biography can be found here. Below, you will find the show notes, a list of ways to contact Lynn, and Lynn’s call-to-action! Enjoy! In this particular episode, you will learn: Important tools and resources … Read More

#JPSPEAKS 006: A Conversation about Whiteness with Allen Kenneth Schaidle

Podcast: Play in new window | Download | EmbedSubscribe: iTunes | Android | RSSWelcome to Episode 006 of the #JPSPEAKS: Social Justice & Inclusion Podcast for Higher Education Professionals! Today, I had the honor of interviewing, Allen Kenneth Schaidle! Allen works for New York University Abu Dhabi in the United Arab Emirates. A more in-depth biography can be found below. Below, you will find the show notes, a biography on Allen Kenneth Schaidle, and Allen’s call-to-action! Enjoy! In this particular episode, you will learn: Important concepts … Read More

#JPSPEAKS 005: A Discussion about “Waking Up White” with Author Debby Irving

Podcast: Play in new window | Download | EmbedSubscribe: iTunes | Android | RSSWelcome to Episode 005 of the #JPSPEAKS: Social Justice & Inclusion Podcast for Higher Education Professionals! Today, I had the honor of interviewing, Debby Irving! Debby is a racial justice educator and author of the book, “Waking Up White and Finding Myself in the Story of Race.” Below, you will find the show notes, a biography of Debby Irving, and Debby’s call-to-action! Enjoy! In this particular episode, you will learn: More about who … Read More

THIRTEEN IDENTITY-CONSCIOUS HIGHER ED PROFESSIONALS SERVE AS JP WEBINAR FACILITATORS

JPHigherEd, a company geared towards providing identity-conscious professional development opportunities for higher education professionals, has the honor of introducing thirteen new members of its’ team to the higher education world! “It is with great excitement that I am able to introduce thirteen amazing professionals who utilize a social justice lens in all of the work that they do,” says Founder and CEO Jamie Piperato. “It can be frustrating to spend limited time and money on professional development opportunities that perpetuate identity-blind … Read More