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26: Love in the Year 2020 | Interview with Candice Harper

26: Love in the Year 2020 | Interview with Candice Harper

This week we meet with Candice “Candy” Harper, professional love coach and matchmaker, to discuss what finding love is like in the year 2020. Between cancel culture, social injustice, a pandemic, and quarantine – how does someone begin to make a genuine connection with another human who wants to make a difference in the world alongside them?


25: Navigating the “In-Between” | Interview with Aida Cubano

25: Navigating the “In-Between” | Interview with Aida Cubano

As we continue our Listening series this week, we talk with Aida Cubano, a Hispanic artist, digital marketing professional, wife, and mother who has some fascinating stories! Aida tells us about her experiences dealing with feeling “in-between” due to implications that she is “too feminine” to identify as gay and “not Hispanic enough” to be truly Puerto Rican. She shares the ways she’s navigated these tricky spaces, including what it was like to come out, her bumpy path of having children as part of a same-sex couple, and her reactions to the current worldwide protests.  

Episode 24: Who's got your back? | Interview with Daniel Rivera

Episode 24: Who's got your back? | Interview with Daniel Rivera

Today’s very special guest is Danie’s husband, Daniel. He shares with us the complicated feelings he has experienced as a Puerto Rican growing up in New York City, as well as what it was like for him to move to a much-less diverse city in Wisconsin. As he recounts some personal stories, he acknowledges that he often wonders, who really has his back? 


Episode 23: Talking to Kids about Race | Interview with Dr. Mel

Episode 23: Talking to Kids about Race | Interview with Dr. Mel

Our first guest in the Listening series is Melissa Robinson-Brown, Ph.D, who helps us navigate the challenges of raising kids to be aware of and understand issues of race, including the recent violence, unrest and protests. Dr. Mel helps us with ways to introduce diversity into our kids’ lives and consciousness, from switching up the books they read to expanding our own social circles, and demonstrates different approaches to addressing racism with children of all ages. We learned so much from her, and we hope you do too!

Resources for Co-Conspirators

Resources for Co-Conspirators

Don't ask your black friend how you can help (unless they offer). It's time for us to do the work and step up and be co-conspirators in this movement for equality. Here is a collection of resources to help you educate yourself and take action.