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Malik Seelal, Sydney Pinn, Steve Kramer and Sandra Costanzo
Discriminology
This podcast will take a deep dive into understanding history, nuances, and strategies to dismantle discrimination. Our discussions will be diverse, informative, and predicated on advocating for equity. Discrimination at its core is rooted in ignorance, our main goal is to educate our listeners in an inclusive manner.  
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5.0 stars from 33 ratings
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OrwellCouldBeRight via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 07/07/21
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What an amazing listen. This podcast has truly help open my third eye. So informative and clear. I can not wait for next season.
D Shamar via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 11/07/20
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Recent Episodes
On this bonus episode, Malik runs through a high-level overview of the core tenets of Critical Race Theory (CRT). CRT has been dominating public discourse across various institutions (politics, education, etc) Frankly, some of the individuals engaging in the debate do not understand it beyond...
Published 07/08/21
On the Season II finale of Discriminology, we discuss and reflect on the significance of two major historical events in Black history, Juneteenth & the Tulsa Massacre. Despite their historical significance, there are still significant gaps in education and awareness around both events. We...
Published 06/19/21
This episode is a continuation of "Is There Really a Model Minority?" If you have not already listened to the previous two parts of this episode, we heavily encourage you to do so first. Support this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/discriminology/donations
Published 05/23/21
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