Everyday Conversations on Race for Everyday People

with Simma Lieberman, The Inclusionist

Latest Episodes

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A Black Executive Perspective on Race in Corporate America

In this episode of “Everyday Conversations on Race for Everyday People,” Simma sits down with Tony Franklin, also known as Tony Tidbit, the Vice President of Advertising, Sales, and...

Cancel Culture Unmasking the Dangers of Instant Judgment and Outrage

In this thought-provoking podcast episode, Simma, the Inclusionist, engages in a candid conversation with Patricia Mushim Ikeda, a Japanese-American Buddhist and mindfulness teacher, and Joel Davis Brown, an African-American...

Everyday Conversations on RaceforEveryday People is a podcast that brings people together across race and culture for open comfortable conversations about race in a casual setting to close the racial divide.

We are a country and a world divided by race, but we don’t have to be. We can change it.  Most people are afraid to talk about race, except within their own group. They either don’t want to hurt people’s feelings, or say the wrong thing and be called racist, or they’re afraid of being discounted and trivialized by people who are racist. So often people say nothing and avoid each other.

The Plan and Your Help
It takes time and money,
 to provide a quality show and demonstrate how to have a cross-race conversation. These conversations are possible, essential and urgent for our survival.

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From Conflict to Compassion: Jewish, Muslim, and Christian Leaders Share Their Perspectives on the Israel-Gaza Crisis

  In this powerful podcast episode, Simma Lieberman interviews three faith leaders from the Faith Trio – Pastor Ben Daniel, Ali Sheikhaslani, and Rabbi David Cooper. Each of these...

Unmasking the Toxicity of Racism: A Raw Conversation with The Contraband Wagon

In this episode of “Everyday Conversations on Race for Everyday People,” Simma Lieberman welcomes her guest Will Upland (also known as Contraband). He is the creator of the show...

Behind The Mic

Simma Lieberman

Founder

We help leaders build inclusive cultures that last from start-up to scale. The goal of our team is to always add value, add more joy in diversity, and move your business to it’s greatest success.

Guests

We have two guests from different backgrounds who share stories, thoughts on race, perspective on current social issues and pop culture happenings. We show that conversations about race are possible, urgent and essential for survival.

Guests are all ages from very young to very old, immigrants, students, formerly incarcerated, executives, hourly employees, social activists, hip-hop artists, athletes and media. It’s serious, funny and insightful.

We have a global mission for these conversations, to eliminate fear of differences, bring people together in the same space, and find surprising connections.

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Our Mission

Everyday Conversations on Race for Everyday People brings people together across race and culture for open comfortable conversations about race in a casual setting to bring race to the people.

Our mission is to disrupt the way race is talked about, break racial silos and have a global impact on how people see each other.

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