Sinopse

Rights Not Reserved is a monthly podcast from The National Center for Civil and Human Rights. Each month, Catherine and Erin discuss activism, social justice, and todays pressing human rights concerns with local, national and international leaders in civil and human rights.

Episódios

  • So Woke We Got Insomnia with the Education Team

    So Woke We Got Insomnia with the Education Team

    06/12/2018 Duração: 48min

    Every month, Catherine and Erin discuss activism, social justice, and today’s pressing human rights concerns with local, national and international leaders in civil and human rights.

  • Women and Anti-Recidivism with Tera Bell and Carla Taylor of Women on the Rise

    Women and Anti-Recidivism with Tera Bell and Carla Taylor of Women on the Rise

    04/10/2018 Duração: 33min

    Every month, Catherine and Erin discuss activism, social justice, and today’s pressing human rights concerns with local, national and international leaders in civil and human rights.

  • Living the Legacy with VP of Marketing and Sales, Kristie Cain Raymer

    Living the Legacy with VP of Marketing and Sales, Kristie Cain Raymer

    09/08/2018 Duração: 18min

    Every month, Catherine and Erin discuss activism, social justice, and today’s pressing human rights concerns with local, national and international leaders in civil and human rights.

  • Ending Homelessness with Atlanta Mission CEO, Jim Reese

    Ending Homelessness with Atlanta Mission CEO, Jim Reese

    01/08/2018 Duração: 41min

    Every month, Catherine and Erin discuss activism, social justice, and today’s pressing human rights concerns with local, national and international leaders in civil and human rights.

  • Transformative Activism with Raquel Willis

    Transformative Activism with Raquel Willis

    02/07/2018 Duração: 36min

    Every month, Catherine and Erin discuss activism, social justice, and today’s pressing human rights concerns with local, national and international leaders in civil and human rights.

  • Silencing the Shame with Shanti Das

    Silencing the Shame with Shanti Das

    03/05/2018 Duração: 39min

    Shanti Das, American music industry executive, marketing consultant, entrepreneur, philanthropist and author, joins the podcast to discuss her Silence the Shame campaign. She discusses her own personal mental health, the faith community, and fighting the stigma and shame that comes with mental illness.

  • 2017 Wrap-Up

    2017 Wrap-Up

    19/01/2018 Duração: 37min

    Erin and Catherine talk about their favorite moments from 2017 and their goals for Rights Not Reserved in 2018. Also, hear from other Center for Civil and Human Rights staff reflect on the past and new year.

  • Taking a Stand, Taking a Knee

    Taking a Stand, Taking a Knee

    11/01/2018 Duração: 22min

    A discussion about activism with prominent members of the sports world. We interviewed our "Taking a Stand, Taking a Knee" event panelists, Dr. Tommie Smith, Jemele Hill, and Nate Boyer and event moderator Dr. Pellom McDaniels.

  • YA Novels and JUSTYCE for African American Boys

    YA Novels and JUSTYCE for African American Boys

    12/10/2017 Duração: 01h06min

    On this episode of Rights Not Reserved, author Nic Stone talks with us about the debut of her new novel, Dear Martin. The story is centered around a teenage Black boy, Justyce, who writes letters to Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. These letters flesh out his frustrations with the state of civil rights in the U.S. and trying to understand Dr. King's teachings in 2017. 

  • Mental Health and LGBT People of Color with Juan Smalls

    Mental Health and LGBT People of Color with Juan Smalls

    31/08/2017 Duração: 58min

    Juan Smalls joins us for a conversation on mental health and Gay, Bisexual and Transgender men of color. Juan Smalls is the co-founder of the Gentleman's Club - a nonprofitmission promoting the holistic development – mental, physical, emotional, social, and spiritual growth - of Gay, Bisexual and Transgender men of color.

  • Powerful People in Progress with Doug Shipman and Derreck Kayongo

    Powerful People in Progress with Doug Shipman and Derreck Kayongo

    20/07/2017 Duração: 58min

    Former CEO Doug Shipman and current CEO Derreck Kayongo have an inspirational conversation about The Center for Civil and Human Rights history and its importance.  These podcast features themes of civil rights, human rights, and history.

  • Together: A Journey of Survival with Ann Arnold and Mark Schonwetter

    Together: A Journey of Survival with Ann Arnold and Mark Schonwetter

    05/07/2017 Duração: 58min

    Ann Arnold and her father, Mark Schonwetter, give us insight on his unique survival story during World War II. His testimony led to the creation of Ann Arnold's book, Together: A Journey for Survival.   Topics Include: World War II, Holocaust, Education, and Families

  • Welfare and Public Housing with Tamika Cummings

    Welfare and Public Housing with Tamika Cummings

    25/05/2017 Duração: 53min

    Tamika Cummings, Volunteer Coordinator at the Center for Civil and Human Rights shares her own personal experiences and helps Erin and Catherine dispel prevalent myths and stereotypes of welfare and public housing. Also, Catherine and Tamika discover their true calling in life: roleplaying!

  • Soccer and Refugees with Luma Mufleh

    Soccer and Refugees with Luma Mufleh

    11/05/2017 Duração: 51min

    Luma Mufleh, founder of The Fugees Family, discusses her work with Fugees Family, a private school and soccer team for refugees escaping war torn countries. Catherine and Erin also discuss what they learned about the refugee vetting process. 

  • Homelessness and Poverty with Terence Lester, Love Beyond Walls

    Homelessness and Poverty with Terence Lester, Love Beyond Walls

    01/05/2017 Duração: 01h04min

    Terence Lester, founder of Love Beyond Walls, talks about his childhood in acute homelessness, how a homeless man empowered him to go back to school, the incredible work of his organization Love Beyond Walls, and how he walked from Atlanta to Washington D.C. to spread awareness. His episode will inspire you to get active in your community and make time in your life for the things that really matter.

  • Part Two: Applying Learnings from History with Karcheik Sims-Alvarado

    Part Two: Applying Learnings from History with Karcheik Sims-Alvarado

    13/04/2017 Duração: 01h04min

    This episode is the second part of the interview with Karcheik Sims-Alvarado. Topics discussed are: Atlanta's development, how to maintain equity and fairness with rapid development, her tv show pitch being rejected because she doesn't fulfill a stereotype of African American women, and more.

  • Part One: Representation and Erasure of Culture with Karcheik Sims-Alvarado

    Part One: Representation and Erasure of Culture with Karcheik Sims-Alvarado

    30/03/2017 Duração: 45min

    Karcheik Sims-Alvarado shares her experience and thoughts on the importance of representation of people of color in museums and the preservation of African American culture and history. Karcheik Sims-Alvarado, PhD, is the founder and CEO of Preserve Black Atlanta, Inc. She has served as a historian and consultant with the Herndon Home Museum, Georgia State University Honors College, National Center for Civil and Human Rights, Humanity in Action, and Central Atlanta Progress.

  • Women and Politics with Adrienne White

    Women and Politics with Adrienne White

    14/03/2017 Duração: 51min

    On this episode of Rights Not Reserved, Adrienne White discusses Women and Politics! We talk about her transformative experience in Black Girls Run, what it's like to work in the political realm as a woman, sexism that female politicians face, and more. 

  • Straight Up with Bev Jackson

    Straight Up with Bev Jackson

    28/02/2017 Duração: 53min

    Bev Jackson talks with Catherine and Erin about her activism to fight gun violence in the United States with Moms Demand Action for Gun Sense in America. She also discusses moments in her life that led to her transformation into an activist and dealing with racism as a parent.

  • Black History Month with Kelli Edwards

    Black History Month with Kelli Edwards

    14/02/2017 Duração: 29min

    Kelli Edwards, The Center's Manager of Programs, joins us for a special Black History Month epsiode! We talk about the importance of Black History Month, why these stories need to be shared all year round, and share a little trivia we found. 

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