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Karen Controversy

The term “Karen” to describe certain white women who exhibit extreme privileged entitled behavior  began on social media and is quickly becoming part of today’s lexicon. As my guests...

The Racial Impacts of COVID-19

Teri Yuan and Carole Copeland Thomas join me for this conversation on race to talk about race, racism and the COVID 19 pandemic. Teri talks about her experience as...

Racist ZoomBombing: Racism or Just a Prank? with Laura Cathcart Robbins – Conversations on Race

Racist ZoomBombing: Racism, or Just a Prank ? with Laura Cathcart Robbins Racist ZoomBombing has brought fear, disruption and even trauma to people who need the Zoom p platform...

Racism Against Asians During Covid-19 with Michelle Meow

Michelle Meow, well known radio and TV host on LGBTQ+ and other issues, joins me on Everyday Conversation on Race, to talks racism against Asians during Covid-19. Michelle shares...

Episode 50: Everyday Conversations on Race with Damona Hoffman

On this episode of Everyday Conversations on Race for Everyday People,  we talk about racism in Hollywood with  Damona Hoffman. Damona is a dating coach & media personality who...

Episode 49: A Different Kind of Conversation on Race and Racism

  In this conversation on race,  “Julian on the Radio” talks to me about his experiences and thoughts on race, diversity and being the child of Chinese immigrants. We...

Episode 48: How Success and Money Doesn’t Stop Racism and Discrimination

It would be hard to have a conversation on race and not address the contradiction that many successful Black people continue to face; having to deal with racism no...


Episode 47 : A Conversation on Race, Health Care and HIV from the US to Africa with Maurice Graham

 Maurice Graham joined me on Everyday Conversations on Race to talk about race, racism and health care. In this episode we talk about health care inequities particularly in...


Episode 46 : Growing Up Brown in Australia, a Conversation on Race with Ben Stokes, founder of SocialTable

  Ben Stokes joins me on “Everyday Conversations on Race,” to talk about his experience being a person of color adopted by a white family in Australia. He didn’t...


Episode 45: Mass Incarceration of Black and Brown

 Mass Incarceration of Black and Brown men and women is a long-time problem that reflects historical and systemic racism in the criminal justice system.  In this Conversation on...


Episode 44: Conversation on Race, Racism and Mental Health

Gerald Chambers, Marriage and Family Therapist, and Dr. Ronnie Siddique, Psychologist, address issues of mental health in different communities of color and race-related trauma. Ronnie and Gerald talk about...


Episode 43: Don’t Say This to Black People

Don’t Say This to Black People or Other People of Color    In this episode of Everyday Conversations on Race, Selena Wilson and LeRon Barton talk with me...


Episode 42: An Afro-Latina Conversation on Race

With social media buzzing about Gina Rodriguez, Cardi B, and what it means to be Black, African American and Latina this episode of Everyday Conversation on Race is timely....


Episode 41: Does Culture Fit Hiring Promote Racism?

This week on  Everyday Conversations on Race, Simma is joined by Barbara Williams Hardy, former head of Global Diversity, Inclusion and Belonging for a large tech firm, and LeRon...

Episode 40: How Black and Brown Communities Are Destroyed By the System of Mass Incarceration

Vincent Garrett joins Simma on Everyday Conversations on Race to talk about race, mass incarceration and creating a “prison to school pipeline.” A former addict and incarcerated felon, Vince...


Episode 39: How a Young Mexican-American Man Navigated the Start-up World – Zach Moreno

Zachariah Moreno Co-Founder & CEO of SquadCast Zachariah Moreno is a technologist, author, and co-founder of SquadCast. He and his team are on a mission to amplify collaboration, seeking...


Episode 38: Not All Privilege is the Same

  All privilege is not the same, nor does all privilege provide equitable access to luxury. There is the economic privilege that comes from having financial resources, wealth and...


Episode 37 : Being the only one in the room: Laura Cathcart Robbins

  Have you ever been to an event, in a class or attended a conference where almost everyone was the same race, ethnicity, gender, etc. except for one person?...


Episode 36: Millennials: Racist. Color Blind or Woke?

Are Millennials less racist than other generations? What do people from Africa have in common with African-Americans? What generation is most in denial about racism? What’s it like to...


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