Reckonings #14: Reckonings is a podcast exploring how people fundamentally change their hearts and minds. Guests share stories of radically shifting their political world views, overcoming bigotry, and making other kinds of transformative change.
No one took the time to know him beyond the color of his skin and his gender.
I understood fatherhood in a new light when my own father broke down as I left our home.
There are occasions where we face sexist bias from our own tribe.
No one was harmed during his protest. So, why are people condemning an African American for practicing the first amendment?
Colin Kaepernick took the chance to speak out in the form of a silent protest.
Why having the courage to be yourself is your greatest hero’s journey (and you might just save the world…)
Constantly protecting the comfort of whites is an example of the subtle ways in which people of color are caged and learn to remain in the cage.
Is it time to debunk the theory that fathers are clueless about parenting?
Let them play!
At its core prejudice is an expression of insecurity about one’s own beliefs.
Matt Stauffer shares the fears that come with raising a multi-racial child.
Whether you are prejudice about race, food, or lifestyles, it does not negate the fact that you are prejudice.
It’s heartbreaking we have regressed so far.
In this timely poem, U.S. Army veteran Dwight Gray offers a stateside soldier’s take on xenophobia.
It really is this simple. Prejudice has to be taught; it is not an inherent condition.