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Talking Racism, Activism, And Change With Jane Elliott
Episode 3316th January 2024 • Communicate Like You Give A Damn • Kim Clark
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Jane Elliott, one of the nation’s most renowned Antiracism Educators, is back for another insightful episode of Communicate Like You Give A Damn with Kim Clark. Jane is further sharing her insights from over 50 years of dedicated work of unraveling the complexities of racism in our country. From the unique American perspective of labeling oneself as just "American" to the challenges of dismantling systemic racism, Jane passionately advocates for refusing to tolerate discrimination and actively challenging discriminatory practices. She even shares her personal stories, including her husband's struggles in a racially divided community and the impactful actions of individuals like Anna Mae Williams, while highlighting the transformative power of one person in affecting change. Jane inspires listeners to communicate with empathy, take a stand against racism, and recognize the profound impact even one person can have in shaping a more inclusive and just society.

About The Guest:

It won't help much to be prepared to face Jane Elliott. This elderly woman will tear down any shield. Even we, the spectators in BLUE EYED, can't get rid of this feeling of uneasiness, embarrassment, anxiety and utterly helpless hatred when she starts keeping people down, humiliating them, deriding them, incapacitating them. No doubt about this: for three quarters of the time in this documentation Jane Elliott is the meanest, the lowest, the most detestful, the most hypocritical human being hell has ever spit back on earth. But she should be an example for all of us.

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