Destroying the Diversity & Inclusion Narrative

Julie and Torin are serious about destroying the lame, losing and punitive Diversity and Inclusion narrative while chasing a narrative of ambition and freedom to explore.

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Damned If You Do? Damned If You Don't?

This week, Torin and Julie explore recent reviews of the "kafkatrap" of Robin DeAngelo's White Fragility and Carmel, Indiana's Rev. Theodore Rothrock from St. Elizabeth Seton Catholic Church calling Black Lives Matter organizers "maggots and parasites." White Suburban Women in Indiana, it is time to soldier up or shut up. A brief mention of Adidas' literal and figurative "Karen" and a set up for next week's show where we take a deep dive into the murder of Michael Hickson of Austin, Texas. Prepare yourself for Crazy and the King!

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