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WeTalkDifferent

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Description

A podcast on culture, race, ethnicity, gender, politics, and theology. We don’t talk like everyone else. We talk different.

Customer Reviews

Insightful!

These are the talks we all should be having. I love the honesty and realness of the hosts. They are educating us, entertaining us and giving us some necessary conversation fodder for our own meet ups. Love it!

Timely voices for the issues plaguing our generation!

My roommate told me about this podcast about 3 weeks ago, and I have gone back and listened to every episode from the beginning (a task that I just finished up on the drive home today), and let me just say...

WELL DONE GOOD AND FAITHFUL SERVANTS!!! 👏🏾👏🏾👏🏾

I appreciate you all for broadening the dialogue of issues that represent all the elephants in ALL the rooms. I have promoted this podcast to all of my friends, and it has been a great starting point for some of my conversations with white people in the past few weeks. Your discussions/commentaries are provocative, timely, thought-provoking, and much needed for such a time as this--a post-modern/post-truth society. 💯

Knowledge and Life!

I've been listening for the last 3 weeks and started with "What It Means to be White." It was mind-blowing and as a POC it has helped me grow in my knowledge of racism and its structures. It's also allowed me to have thoughtful conversations and debates with White people in my spheres. This podcast has been my favorite classroom and a respite for my heart!

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