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2 GLAM (Galleries Libraries Archive & Museums) professionals talking about opening up the sector to overlooked voices.#DisruptAndEmpower

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Becoming an accomplice

EJass and Esther discuss how to go above and beyond ally and become an accomplice, the ways in which institutions control their own narrative and ways they have tried to enact change. Intersectional GLAM conference tickets available: https://lglam2020.eventbrite.com Online Courses: https://intersectionalglam.org/online-courses/ Tip Jar: https://intersectionalglam.org/podcast-well-spoken-tokens/

51 min4 d ago
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Becoming an accomplice

Getting into the sector w/ Alex Cosme

EToday Esther and Jass welcome Alex Cosme; a Masters Student, a multi-site museum volunteer, and has recently started a blog talking about some of the hot button museum topics of the moment. Check her out at www.amuseumdate.com Online Courses: https://intersectionalglam.org/online-courses/ Tip Jar: https://intersectionalglam.org/podcast-well-spoken-tokens/ Intersectional GLAM conference tickets available: https://lglam2020.eventbrite.com

73 min1 w ago
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Getting into the sector w/ Alex Cosme

Black Cultural Archives w/Karis Morris Brown

EJass and Esther chat with Karis from the Black Cultural Archives (blackculturalarchives.org). We touch on how to diversify the workforce, break down barriers, and the ridiculous A level shenanigans. Intersectional GLAM conference tickets available: https://lglam2020.eventbrite.com Online Courses: https://intersectionalglam.org/online-courses/ Tip Jar: https://intersectionalglam.org/podcast-well-spoken-tokens/

48 min2 w ago
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Black Cultural Archives w/Karis Morris Brown

Ship Shape and Bristol Fashion w/Dr Edson Burton

EToday Esther and Jass welcome Dr Edson Burton! (@EdsonBurton) We discuss the removal of the Colston Statue in Bristol, how people can change institutions from the inside and as always our Mighty Whites! Intersectional GLAM conference tickets available: https://lglam2020.eventbrite.com Online Courses: https://intersectionalglam.org/online-courses/ Tip Jar: https://intersectionalglam.org/podcast-well-spoken-tokens/

63 min3 w ago
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Ship Shape and Bristol Fashion w/Dr Edson Burton

Rethinking Access : are Museums reasonably adjusted? w/ Gabriel Seck

EWe had the pleasure to speak with the beautiful, grace full and big hearted Gabriel Seck (@GabrielR_Seck). We discuss the importance of accessibility in Museums and life! Artists discussed in the show follow! @rana2.0 @centerforendocare @myfibroandmejourney @colourblind_zebra @katestanforthand @thisthingtheycallrecovery Online Courses: https://intersectionalglam.org/online-courses/ Tip Jar: https://intersectionalglam.org/podcast-well-spoken-tokens/

83 minAUG 24
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Rethinking Access : are Museums reasonably adjusted? w/ Gabriel Seck

Creating Black Archives w/ Dr Vanley Burke

EToday we have a very special guest Doctor Vanley Burke. Dubbed the godfather of Black British Photography, he started documenting the lives of Handsworth residents since the 60s and his archive, which contains not only photos but also objects giving context to the Black experience, became so substantial that it is largely housed in Birmingham’s Central Library. An exhibition in 2015 at Birmingham’s Ikon Gallery transported his entire home into the gallery and became one of the most successful exhibition in the galleries history. http://www.vanley.co.uk/ Desert Island Disks: https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/m00010pq Intersectional GLAM conference tickets available: https://lglam2020.eventbrite.com Online Courses: https://intersectionalglam.org/online-courses/ Tip Jar: https://intersectionalglam.org/podcast-well-spoken-tokens/

68 minAUG 17
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Creating Black Archives w/ Dr Vanley Burke

Representaton of Black Queer bodies w/ Jon Ward

EToday we welcome Dr Jon Ward! He has taught at the University of East Anglia, the University of Hertfordshire, the University of Westminster, and Oxford Brookes University, he is currently a Lecturer in American Literature. He received a PhD in American Studies from UEA in 2016, after having studied an MA in Gender, Sexuality & Culture at the University of Manchester, and a BA in American Studies at UEA. Latest publications includes: “Wakanda Liberation is this? Interrogating Black Panther’s Relationship with Colonialism.” Slavery and Abolition Special Issue: “Strike for Freedom.” (In-press) “Serving “Reality” Television Realness: Reading RuPaul’s Drag Race and its Construction of Reality.” Journal of Homosexuality Special Issue: “Queer Subjectivities and the Contemporary United States.” (In-press) London Walking Tour: https://blackabolitionistwalkingtours.wordpress.com/london/. Intersectional GLAM conference tickets available: https://lglam2020.eventbrite.com Online Courses: https://intersectionalglam.org/online-courses/ Tip Jar: https://intersectionalglam.org/podcast-well-spoken-tokens/

83 minAUG 10
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Representaton of Black Queer bodies w/ Jon Ward

Dismantling white supermacy, one statue at a time w/ Alison Lowe

EAlison Natalie Kay Lowe is a British Labour politician. She was the first black woman Leeds City Councillor, serving from 1990 to 2019, and has served as the Chief Executive of Touchstone, a mental health charity based in Leeds, since 2004. Lowe won the 2014 Forward Business Woman of the Year award and Stonewall Senior Champion of the Year in 2015. Intersectional GLAM conference tickets available: https://lglam2020.eventbrite.com# Online Courses: https://intersectionalglam.org/online-courses/ Tip Jar: https://intersectionalglam.org/podcast-well-spoken-tokens/

50 minAUG 3
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Dismantling white supermacy, one statue at a time w/ Alison Lowe

BONUS EPISODE: Juneteenth! w/Lauren Burke

EWhat is Juneteeth? How do people celebrate?! How should the GLAM sector celebrate? We discuss all this and more with writer and podcaster Lauren from @BonnetsatDawn! Intersectional GLAM conference tickets available: https://lglam2020.eventbrite.com Online Courses: https://intersectionalglam.org/online-courses/ Tip Jar: https://intersectionalglam.org/podcast-well-spoken-tokens/

53 minJUN 7
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BONUS EPISODE: Juneteenth! w/Lauren Burke

Dear White People (How to be an ally)

In the season finale Jass and Esther talk about the ways people can become an ally and their experiences of trying to be allies. Thank you so much for listening to our first season. We will be back soon! Intersectional GLAM conference tickets available: https://lglam2020.eventbrite.com Online Courses: https://intersectionalglam.org/online-courses/ Tip Jar: https://intersectionalglam.org/podcast-well-spoken-tokens/

43 minJUN 1
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Dear White People (How to be an ally)

Latest Episodes

Becoming an accomplice

EJass and Esther discuss how to go above and beyond ally and become an accomplice, the ways in which institutions control their own narrative and ways they have tried to enact change. Intersectional GLAM conference tickets available: https://lglam2020.eventbrite.com Online Courses: https://intersectionalglam.org/online-courses/ Tip Jar: https://intersectionalglam.org/podcast-well-spoken-tokens/

51 min4 d ago
Comments
Becoming an accomplice

Getting into the sector w/ Alex Cosme

EToday Esther and Jass welcome Alex Cosme; a Masters Student, a multi-site museum volunteer, and has recently started a blog talking about some of the hot button museum topics of the moment. Check her out at www.amuseumdate.com Online Courses: https://intersectionalglam.org/online-courses/ Tip Jar: https://intersectionalglam.org/podcast-well-spoken-tokens/ Intersectional GLAM conference tickets available: https://lglam2020.eventbrite.com

73 min1 w ago
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Getting into the sector w/ Alex Cosme

Black Cultural Archives w/Karis Morris Brown

EJass and Esther chat with Karis from the Black Cultural Archives (blackculturalarchives.org). We touch on how to diversify the workforce, break down barriers, and the ridiculous A level shenanigans. Intersectional GLAM conference tickets available: https://lglam2020.eventbrite.com Online Courses: https://intersectionalglam.org/online-courses/ Tip Jar: https://intersectionalglam.org/podcast-well-spoken-tokens/

48 min2 w ago
Comments
Black Cultural Archives w/Karis Morris Brown

Ship Shape and Bristol Fashion w/Dr Edson Burton

EToday Esther and Jass welcome Dr Edson Burton! (@EdsonBurton) We discuss the removal of the Colston Statue in Bristol, how people can change institutions from the inside and as always our Mighty Whites! Intersectional GLAM conference tickets available: https://lglam2020.eventbrite.com Online Courses: https://intersectionalglam.org/online-courses/ Tip Jar: https://intersectionalglam.org/podcast-well-spoken-tokens/

63 min3 w ago
Comments
Ship Shape and Bristol Fashion w/Dr Edson Burton

Rethinking Access : are Museums reasonably adjusted? w/ Gabriel Seck

EWe had the pleasure to speak with the beautiful, grace full and big hearted Gabriel Seck (@GabrielR_Seck). We discuss the importance of accessibility in Museums and life! Artists discussed in the show follow! @rana2.0 @centerforendocare @myfibroandmejourney @colourblind_zebra @katestanforthand @thisthingtheycallrecovery Online Courses: https://intersectionalglam.org/online-courses/ Tip Jar: https://intersectionalglam.org/podcast-well-spoken-tokens/

83 minAUG 24
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Rethinking Access : are Museums reasonably adjusted? w/ Gabriel Seck

Creating Black Archives w/ Dr Vanley Burke

EToday we have a very special guest Doctor Vanley Burke. Dubbed the godfather of Black British Photography, he started documenting the lives of Handsworth residents since the 60s and his archive, which contains not only photos but also objects giving context to the Black experience, became so substantial that it is largely housed in Birmingham’s Central Library. An exhibition in 2015 at Birmingham’s Ikon Gallery transported his entire home into the gallery and became one of the most successful exhibition in the galleries history. http://www.vanley.co.uk/ Desert Island Disks: https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/m00010pq Intersectional GLAM conference tickets available: https://lglam2020.eventbrite.com Online Courses: https://intersectionalglam.org/online-courses/ Tip Jar: https://intersectionalglam.org/podcast-well-spoken-tokens/

68 minAUG 17
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Creating Black Archives w/ Dr Vanley Burke

Representaton of Black Queer bodies w/ Jon Ward

EToday we welcome Dr Jon Ward! He has taught at the University of East Anglia, the University of Hertfordshire, the University of Westminster, and Oxford Brookes University, he is currently a Lecturer in American Literature. He received a PhD in American Studies from UEA in 2016, after having studied an MA in Gender, Sexuality & Culture at the University of Manchester, and a BA in American Studies at UEA. Latest publications includes: “Wakanda Liberation is this? Interrogating Black Panther’s Relationship with Colonialism.” Slavery and Abolition Special Issue: “Strike for Freedom.” (In-press) “Serving “Reality” Television Realness: Reading RuPaul’s Drag Race and its Construction of Reality.” Journal of Homosexuality Special Issue: “Queer Subjectivities and the Contemporary United States.” (In-press) London Walking Tour: https://blackabolitionistwalkingtours.wordpress.com/london/. Intersectional GLAM conference tickets available: https://lglam2020.eventbrite.com Online Courses: https://intersectionalglam.org/online-courses/ Tip Jar: https://intersectionalglam.org/podcast-well-spoken-tokens/

83 minAUG 10
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Representaton of Black Queer bodies w/ Jon Ward

Dismantling white supermacy, one statue at a time w/ Alison Lowe

EAlison Natalie Kay Lowe is a British Labour politician. She was the first black woman Leeds City Councillor, serving from 1990 to 2019, and has served as the Chief Executive of Touchstone, a mental health charity based in Leeds, since 2004. Lowe won the 2014 Forward Business Woman of the Year award and Stonewall Senior Champion of the Year in 2015. Intersectional GLAM conference tickets available: https://lglam2020.eventbrite.com# Online Courses: https://intersectionalglam.org/online-courses/ Tip Jar: https://intersectionalglam.org/podcast-well-spoken-tokens/

50 minAUG 3
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Dismantling white supermacy, one statue at a time w/ Alison Lowe

BONUS EPISODE: Juneteenth! w/Lauren Burke

EWhat is Juneteeth? How do people celebrate?! How should the GLAM sector celebrate? We discuss all this and more with writer and podcaster Lauren from @BonnetsatDawn! Intersectional GLAM conference tickets available: https://lglam2020.eventbrite.com Online Courses: https://intersectionalglam.org/online-courses/ Tip Jar: https://intersectionalglam.org/podcast-well-spoken-tokens/

53 minJUN 7
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BONUS EPISODE: Juneteenth! w/Lauren Burke

Dear White People (How to be an ally)

In the season finale Jass and Esther talk about the ways people can become an ally and their experiences of trying to be allies. Thank you so much for listening to our first season. We will be back soon! Intersectional GLAM conference tickets available: https://lglam2020.eventbrite.com Online Courses: https://intersectionalglam.org/online-courses/ Tip Jar: https://intersectionalglam.org/podcast-well-spoken-tokens/

43 minJUN 1
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Dear White People (How to be an ally)

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