For the 30th episode of Private Parts Unknown, your hosts Courtney Kocak & Sofiya Alexandra welcome podcaster Miles Gray for a funny & empowering conversation about how you can participate in the anti-racist movement of liberation in small ways that actually have a big impact.
We dig into the power of language & word choice, if you see or hear something racist, say something, leveraging your privilege for good, the definition of white privilege: choosing comfort over conflict at the expense of others, the problematic Michael Scott mentality, The Office as a metaphor for how white supremacy works, the harrowing story of J Dilla making his Donuts album, sampling as a Black art form & what makes sample-based music so dope, what Miles has learned from dating white women, the importance of empathy in dismantling systemic racism & more.
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