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The real talk podcast for intersectional allies and social justice academics

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Enough Y’all is hosted by Dr. Kim Case, social psychologist, Appalachian academic, and clogger with a passion for truth-telling, mentoring for the soul’s goals, and talking with her hands. The show explores social justice issues from an intersectional teacher-scholar-activist lens. Enough with all the oppression, injustice, and lack of humanity. #enoughisenough #claimyourenough #weRenough #enoughstuff #itsapoundsign

Enough Y’all is the real talk podcast for intersectional allies and social justice academics. In this season of the podcast, I explore the intricate and tangled web that is the psychology of whiteness, systemic racism, and white anti-racism with a host of brilliant scholars and friends. If you enjoy the show, check out my course on white anti-racism and action which includes over 30 podcast episodes like these. And you can always find free resources here on my website including my newsletter, teaching resources, essays on anti-racist pedagogy, and more).

Season 1: the psychology of whiteness and anti-racism

Peggy McIntosh, author of the two autobiographical papers (1988-89) that spawned decades of privilege studies, discusses how privilege impacts her life. She talks about the mistaken belief that good white people cannot be racist. Peggy points out that recognizing white privilege can go up against some white people’s feelings of virtue and beliefs in meritocracy and individualism.

Episode 1: Peggy McIntosh

Episode 2: Luis Rivera

Luis Rivera describes what we know about implicit, unconscious, automatic bias based on research findings. He connects implicit bias, or our uncontrolled associations, with the maintenance of systemic racism. Luis also provides advice on how we interrupt unconscious bias and replace it with explicitly anti-racist action.

Adaurennaya “Ada” Onyewuenyi speaks with us about how we train teachers for the pre-K through 12 and higher education and what is missing from the curriculum. With mostly white teachers and administrators in our schools, students experience a cultural mismatch. Even in schools with Black teachers and principals, students of color face similar stereotypes and over-policing.

Episode 3: Ada Onyewuenyi

Episode 4: Stephanie Fryberg

Stephanie Fryberg explains the negative impact of both invisibility and narrow stereotypical media representations of Native and Indigenous people. Typical representations of Native people place them in the past, thus rendering current lived experiences invisible. She provides historical context for Columbus Day, Thanksgiving, and sports mascots “honoring” Native stereotypes and how history is designed to make white people feel better.

Legal scholars Stephanie Wildman and Margalynne Armstrong discuss white privilege and its deep connections to policy and advantage in education, employment, housing, and policing. They highlight recent increased pushback to learning about white privilege, whiteness as a gatekeeper, and the false sense of protection whiteness provides to white people. Wildman’s book “Privilege Revealed” was reissued by NYU Press in 2021.

Episode 5: Stephanie Wildman & Margalynne Armstrong

Episode 6: Lisa Rosenthal

Lisa Rosenthal asks white anti-racist accomplices to stay focused on the goal: dismantling white supremacy and all forms of oppression. She points out white anti-racism necessitates accepting we are all brainwashed. She also models admitting that even though she does this work full-time, she still unknowingly hurts people of color and gets it wrong. She calls on white anti-racism to be grounded in Black intersectional feminism and deliberate focus on policy change.

Season 2: anti-racist pedagogy (coming soon!)