Outrageous Love the Podcast: Our Journeys to Responsiveness

Imani Hollie's Journey To Responsiveness, The Personal Episode, Season 2, Episode 1

April 20, 2021 Dr, Hollie Season 2 Episode 1
Outrageous Love the Podcast: Our Journeys to Responsiveness
Imani Hollie's Journey To Responsiveness, The Personal Episode, Season 2, Episode 1
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Outrageous Love the Podcast: Our Journeys to Responsiveness
Imani Hollie's Journey To Responsiveness, The Personal Episode, Season 2, Episode 1
Apr 20, 2021 Season 2 Episode 1
Dr, Hollie

Welcome to season two of Outrageous Love the Podcast! The first episode, dubbed the personal episode, features Dr. Hollie's daughter,  Attorney Imani Hollie's journey to responsiveness. Imani shares her journey from the lenses of a daughter, a former student of the Culture and Language Academy of Success (CLAS) and as an attorney working in criminal law. The highlights of CLAS, a laboratory school for cultural responsiveness founded by Dr. Hollie, Anthony Jackson, and Janis Bucknor in 2003 are themed as well. For a fuller description of CLAS, check out the documentary, OASIS: The Story of CLAS. While the success of CLAS is celebrated, the tragic death of Daunte Wright is acknowledged and lamented. Will it ever end and what are we going to do different this time are the questions to be answered. Hear Dr. Hollie's "two cents" about the never-ending killings of BIPOC men and women at the hands of law enforcement.  Season two, episode 1 is a celebration, an appreciation, and a call to action (again).

Show Notes

Welcome to season two of Outrageous Love the Podcast! The first episode, dubbed the personal episode, features Dr. Hollie's daughter,  Attorney Imani Hollie's journey to responsiveness. Imani shares her journey from the lenses of a daughter, a former student of the Culture and Language Academy of Success (CLAS) and as an attorney working in criminal law. The highlights of CLAS, a laboratory school for cultural responsiveness founded by Dr. Hollie, Anthony Jackson, and Janis Bucknor in 2003 are themed as well. For a fuller description of CLAS, check out the documentary, OASIS: The Story of CLAS. While the success of CLAS is celebrated, the tragic death of Daunte Wright is acknowledged and lamented. Will it ever end and what are we going to do different this time are the questions to be answered. Hear Dr. Hollie's "two cents" about the never-ending killings of BIPOC men and women at the hands of law enforcement.  Season two, episode 1 is a celebration, an appreciation, and a call to action (again).