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Race Reflections AT WORK

Race Reflections

The place to reflect on all things inequality injustice and oppression at work. You tell us what is up and will do some thinking will do some research and will propose some possible solutions so that together we can make the workplace work for everyone. Your workplace dilemmas, your challenges and your queries at work. Join Guilaine Kinouani every first and third Monday of every month!To send us your queries, questions and dilemmas please email Atwork@racereflections.co.uk

Reflecting on two years of running a social enterpriseFirst Race Reflections Relaunch of 2022Misogynoir in the Workplace
18-04-2022
18 mins
Podcasting and Power
In today's episode we explore the relationship between podcasting and power, both the ways that podcasting has replicated and interacted with existing power systems, and ways that it offers a radical space for marginalised voices to create freely without gatekeepers. We think about how The Podcast Industry has developed into just another industry/workplace incorporating the issues inherent in those industries and workplaces. We look at the history and present of podcasting and ask you to consider adding your voice to its future. This episode is hosted by Race Reflection's Audio Wizard/Witch, Dave Pickering: http://davepickeringstoryteller.co.uk/LINKS: India.Arie on Joe Rogan/Spotify: https://www.nme.com/news/music/india-arie-says-she-left-spotify-because-of-its-treatment-of-artists-not-joe-rogan-3162696https://www.rollingstone.com/music/music-features/india-arie-spotify-joe-rogan-interview-1299169/Why I’ve Decided to Take My Podcast Off Spotify by Roxane Gay: https://www.nytimes.com/2022/02/03/opinion/culture/joe-rogan-spotify-roxane-gay.htmlThe Test Kitchen: https://www.vulture.com/article/gimlet-reply-all-controversy-spotify-test-kitchen.htmlHidden in plain sight by CC Paschal: http://www.thechiquitachannel.com/criticism/2021/3/7/hidden-in-plain-sightGlass Walls by James T Green: https://www.jamestgreen.com/thoughts/115Another Round and The Nod:https://www.theverge.com/2020/6/30/21308074/the-nod-spotify-rss-feed-another-round-buzzfeed-podcast-ownershiphttps://hotpodnews.com/the-case-of-another-rounds-archives/Palace Shaw - Why I’m saying goodbye to PRX by Palace Shaw: https://docs.google.com/document/d/13j3H7BidesRD4zgz2aoZuwDcdocV7NpzNs3YqA5Rcg8/mobilebasic?urp=gmail_link“In response to Kerri Hoffman’s Letter”: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1Uu1nOsqLsnZDXNJe04lJt3TQpt6-tvFhZnF4aQ_dwHc/edit https://www.vice.com/en/article/akdbbj/podcasters-are-reclaiming-storytelling-in-africa-and-becoming-celebrities-v28n1Rise and Shine: https://www.riseandshineaudio.comMultitrack Fellowship: https://www.multitrack.uk/Equality in Audio Pact: https://www.equalityinaudiopact.co.uk/How the Equality in Audio Pact came together by Renay Richardson: https://hotpodnews.com/how-the-equality-in-audio-pact-came-together-by-renay-richardson/To send us your queries, questions and dilemmas please email atwork@racereflections.co.uk
04-04-2022
34 mins
Black, British, In Business and ProudThe only person of colour in the workplaceThinking critically about feelingsThe Art of RelaxationAssimilation in the WorkplaceThe Invisible Gaze of White WomenWhiteness in the WorkplaceWriting and PowerSide hustling as a navigational strategy for black and brown employees: Part 2The start of a new chapterWriting While Black with Jendella Benson and Annabelle SteeleThe Sociopolitical Context of the WorkplaceIntroduction to Beyond BiasSide hustling as a navigational strategy for black and brown employeesThe Black AdvocateConditional Humanity, Gratitude and Black Objecthood