Brown Sugar: The Podcast

Episode 2: #StopBlackPeople

May 30, 2020 Brown Sugar Season 1 Episode 2
Brown Sugar: The Podcast
Episode 2: #StopBlackPeople
Chapters
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Introduction
3:14
Chapter 1: Racism vs. RacIST
6:00
Chapter 2: Whiteness as "unmarked"
14:00
Chapter 3: Is education POC's duty? Google is your friend!
29:18
Chapter 4: Why you should put your mental health first above trying to make your white friend "woke"
34:20
Chapter 5: Reverse Racism and Epistemic Violence
40:44
Chapter 6: Our Top Three Takeaways
Brown Sugar: The Podcast
Episode 2: #StopBlackPeople
May 30, 2020 Season 1 Episode 2
Brown Sugar

In Episode 2, we dissect a term called 'white fragility' (coined by sociologist Robin D'Angelo), which describes the disbelief and sensitivity that white people exhibit when they are told they are complicit in society’s institutional racism. 

Should the onus be on people of colour to keep having these exhausting conversations? Or should the supposed ally be in charge of their own “wokeness"?

Lastly, we discuss reverse racism and epistemic violence, and why tweeting  #StopWhitePeople and #StopBlackPeople are NOT the same thing...

Show Notes Chapter Markers

In Episode 2, we dissect a term called 'white fragility' (coined by sociologist Robin D'Angelo), which describes the disbelief and sensitivity that white people exhibit when they are told they are complicit in society’s institutional racism. 

Should the onus be on people of colour to keep having these exhausting conversations? Or should the supposed ally be in charge of their own “wokeness"?

Lastly, we discuss reverse racism and epistemic violence, and why tweeting  #StopWhitePeople and #StopBlackPeople are NOT the same thing...

Introduction
Chapter 1: Racism vs. RacIST
Chapter 2: Whiteness as "unmarked"
Chapter 3: Is education POC's duty? Google is your friend!
Chapter 4: Why you should put your mental health first above trying to make your white friend "woke"
Chapter 5: Reverse Racism and Epistemic Violence
Chapter 6: Our Top Three Takeaways