#1 CHROMATIC ELEPHANT PILOT (WITH TYLER REIZTNER & RESMAA MENAKEM)

Resmaa and Tyler explain the mission behind Chromatic Elephant and why understanding the context of the impacts of racism is so important.

#2 WHITE FOLKS LAUNDERING CULTURE

Chromatic Elephant discusses the brutality behind White folks repurposing culture.

#3 9 YEAR OLD CHILD DETAINED WHILE GOING TO SCHOOL

Chromatic Elephant discusses why the current immigration crisis is completely about race and not about illegal immigration.

#4 WHITE PEOPLE NOTICING THEIR OWN WHITENESS

Resmaa and Tyler discuss a new phase of self awareness that white folks are starting to go through.

#5 BLACK MEN IN HOODIES

Resmaa and Tyler talk about how stereotypes live in the body and aren't a state of mind.

#6 Politicizing Black Parenting

Resmaa and Tyler examine how microaggressions aren't that "micro" using the example of how the parenting of BIPOC folks gets politicized.

#7 Teachers, Guns, Schools... Dangerous for BIPOC Children

Florida passes a law allowing teachers to carry guns in schools and Resmaa and Tyler talk about why guns in the hands of educators is bad for BIPOC children.

#8 Robin DiAngelo: White Fragility

Resmaa and Tyler talk White Fragility and the impact that it has on BIPOC bodies individually and as a community.

#9 Black Folks Just Can't Be In America

Resmaa and Tyler discuss the community and individual impact of the murders of Botham Jean and Atatiana Jefferson. They breakdown the individual and communal trauma associated with these types of events.

#10 Genocide Vacation Destinations

The horrors of racism are real.  White Body Supremacy has come with major brutality and cannot be decontextualized if we are ever going to strop these horrors from constantly traumatizing Black, Indigenous, People of Color.

#11 Diversity and Inclusion Racket

The idea of diversity and inclusion in our country has become the new “snake oil” in our society because it avoids white body supremacy and racism.  Most equity initiatives have become about helping white people feel comfortable instead of dealing with the real issues.  In this episode we breakdown what this looks like.