Antiracist Parenting Podcast

E13: Year in Review - Sankofa Episode

July 12, 2021 Hannah Carney & SooJin Pate Season 1 Episode 13
Antiracist Parenting Podcast
E13: Year in Review - Sankofa Episode
Show Notes
In the last episode of Season 1, SooJin and Hannah tap into the power of Sankofa as they reflect back on the season. They discuss the ways in which their lives have been transformed by the podcast, sharing what they’ve learned from our past guests in order to understand their present moment and future possibilities. Hannah shares the process she’s been engaged in with her white family to tackle difficult conversations around race. SooJin teaches us how, by letting go of her fear of losing what she has, she’s gained more than she ever imagined. This conversation will inspire you to tap into your limitless potential by embracing uncertainty over certainty, uncertainty over a false sense of security and stability. Join us in jumpstarting your process of becoming best friends with uncertainty so that you can be FEARLESS in your parenting, work, and relationships.

Please note: We sometimes use the acronym BIPOC, which means Black, Indigenous and/or People of Color. There is some profanity sprinkled (lightly!) throughout the episode.

Resources:

Headspace App (meditation)

Radical Dharma by Rev. angel Kyodo williams and Lama Rod Owens with Jasmine Syedullah

Conversations with James Baldwin Edited by Fred L. Standley and Louis H. Pratt

A Handful of Earth, A Handful of Sky: The World of Octavia Butler by Lynell George

Mutual Aid by Dean Spade

White Tears/Brown Scars by Ruby Hamad

Emergent Strategy by adrienne maree brown

Finding Our Way with Prentis Hemphill