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A video podcast that started in response to the multiple pandemics that have fueled racism & division in the United States and around the world. Our episodes attempt to dissect topics, new and old, that are current to our times.


Ep 23  |  March 24, 2023

The HR - EDIA Relationship

Guest Speakers:

Cheryl Kern | Vice President, Diversity, Equity, Inclusion - MillerKnoll

Nerissa Morris | Senior VP & CHRO - Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center

Tanya Reu- Narvaez | Chief People Officer - Anywhere Real Estate


Farah Bala | Founder & CEO, FARSIGHT

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Ep 21

November 18, 2022

The Evolving Science of Unconscious Bias

Dr. Tessa Charlesworth
Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Harvard University


Caitlyn Finton
Postdoctoral Fellow, Harvard University - Director of Education, Outsmarting Implicit Bias

with Farah Bala

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Ep 19

September 16, 2022

Employee Resource Groups

Farzana Nayani

DEI Consultant & Author 


with Farah Bala


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Ep 20

October 14, 2022

Inclusive Leadership

Jennifer Brown

Founder & CEO - Jennifer Brown Consulting, Speaker, Best-selling Author


with Farah Bala


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Ep 18

August 19, 2022

The Future of Women
in Leadership

Jennifer “Jae” Pi’ilani Requiro
Vice President of Diversity, Equity, Inclusion for AEG


Felicia Williams

Fellow, CEO Action for Racial Equity & Senior Vice President, Macy’s, Inc.

Renee Mahaffey Harris

President/CEO, Center for Closing the Health Gap

with Fara Bala

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​​We hope these episodes give you an opportunity to check in, reflect, and process how you are experiencing these times. We learn a lot by being in conversation, and by listening to diverse perspectives. Please continue these conversations with your communities, your families, your teams, your organizations. The more we speak of these topics, the more we normalize their existence and complexity; providing the crucial antidote to erasure and division. 

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