Sample Podcasts (not all episodes are exclusively about racism &/or white privilege; some may include strong language)
Politically Re-Active
Denzel Washington is the Greatest Actor of all Time Period
Kamau Right Now
Code Switch
Podcast recommendations from NY Times Race/Related Newsletter
Seeing White: A 14-part documentary series exploring whiteness in America – where it came from, what it means, and how it works

Speak Out with Tim Wise focuses on the ongoing fight for racial and economic justice
in the age of Trump, and strategies for building the movement for real and lasting change.
The show features dialogue with some of the nation’s leading scholars, artists and activists.
Three episodes are already available:

Episode 1: Filmmaker Qasim Basir
Tim speaks with writer/director Qasim Basir about his award-winning films Mooz-lum and
Destined and what it means to be both Black and Muslim in  post 9-11 America.

Episode 2: Former Skinhead Christian Picciolini
Tim talks to Christian Picciolina about his years as a Nazi skinhead and white supremacist
and how he now works to help racists leave the hate behind.

Episode 3: Activist/Educator Tia Oso  
Tim and Tia Oso, formerly of the Black Alliance for Just Immigration, discuss movement
building strategies and the centrality of Black folks to progressive politics.


Available on iTunes, GooglePlay, Podomatic, Patreon, and SpeakOutNow.org


Asian America: Considering the cultural, artistic, historical, and spiritual aspects of the Asian-American community [Listen]
Asian Oscar Bait: Recounting stories of real-life Asians from history and pitching them to Hollywood [Listen]
Between the Covers: In-depth interviews with authors [Listen]
Colour Code: a new conversation on race in Canada [Listen]
#GoodMuslimBadMuslim and See Something Say Something: Stories about being Muslim in the United States [Listen] and [Listen]
Otherhood: About the people who came to the United States as children or are the children of immigrants [Listen]
Tamarindo Podcast: A socially conscious talk show with a Latino vibe [Listen]
Tea With Queen and J.: Two funny womanist race nerds from the Bronx talking pop culture, politics and liberation over tea [Listen]
The Extraordinary Negroes and Race Bait: African-American perspectives on a wide variety of topics [Listen] and [Listen]
Too Many Degrees and Contemporary Black Canvas: Exploring artistic and intellectual traditions through the lens of color [Listen] and [Listen]
Truth’s Table and Pass The Mic: A faith-based examination of race. [Listen] and [Listen]