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What we don’t know about American history hurts us all. Teaching Hard History begins with the long legacy of slavery and reaches through Reconstruction, Jim Crow, and the civil rights movement into the present day. Brought to you by Learning for Justice (formerly Teaching Tolerance) and hosted by Dr. Hasan Kwame Jeffries and Dr. Bethany Jay, Teaching Hard History brings us the lessons we should have learned in school through the voices of scholars and educators. It’s great advice for teacher ...
 
Welcome to the Hays Worldwide Leadership Insights podcast. In this series, we talk to business leaders from around the world, as they share their expertise on how to effectively lead a business both now, and in the future. Hays are the experts at matching the right talent to the right business, recruiting qualified, professional and skilled people worldwide. Last year we placed around 70,000 candidates into permanent jobs, and around 240,000 people into temporary assignments. For more inform ...
 
MASASHI OSAKU provides DJ mixes of Progressive,Electro,Tech House on the Podcast for the world directly.As picking up latest tracks,he's gonna take you up through your ears at any place. ----> Introduction about "MASASHI OSAKU" ----> Masashi Osaku is a DJ specializing in Electro/Progressive/Tech/Acid House and is a master of the decks delivering fabulous mixes with the highest level of quality and class. He is constantly learning, improving and searching the world for the newest, hippest tun ...
 
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The Lost Cause narrative would have us believe that Confederate monuments have always been celebrated, but people have protested them since they started going up. Historian Karen Cox unpacks how the United Daughters of the Confederacy used propaganda to dominate generations of teachings about the Civil War through textbooks, legislation, and popula…
 
Just months after the Civil War ended, former Confederates had regained political footholds in Washington, D.C. In her overview of Reconstruction, Kate Masur notes how—in the face of evolving, post-slavery white supremacy—Black people claimed their citizenship and began building institutions of their own. Ahmad Ward then takes us to 1860s Mitchelvi…
 
34: The role of mental toughness in leadership - Doug Strycharczyk, Dr Peter Clough & Dr John PerryIn this episode, we speak to Doug Strycharczyk, Dr Peter Clough and Dr John Perry of AQR International on the role that mental toughness plays in leadership. As authors of 'Developing Mental Toughness', now in its third edition, the trio are well plac…
 
Historian Ed Baptist provides context on the creation and enforcement of a U.S. racial binary that endures today, as well as Black resistance as a force for political change. And Aisha White urges educators to ask themselves, “What did you learn about race when you were younger?” before they engage with children. She argues that self-reflection and…
 
33: How leaders can master the art of presenting to the C-suite - Jay SurtiIn this podcast, business presentation coach and author, Jay Surti, offers guidance on presenting to the C-suite and maximising your chances of impressing and captivating this unique audience.By Hays
 
People from all corners of public life are telling teachers to stop discussions about race and racism in the classroom, but keeping the truth of the world from students simply doesn’t work. English teacher Matthew Kay urges educators to create brave spaces instead. He provides examples of classroom strategies for engaging with students at the inter…
 
This season, we’re examining the century between the Civil War and the modern civil rights movement to understand how systemic racism and slavery persisted and evolved after emancipation—and how Black Americans still developed strong institutions during this time. Co-hosts Hasan Kwame Jeffries and Bethany Jay discuss how students need to grasp this…
 
In 2015, Coach Steve Bandura loaded the Anderson Monarchs, a little league baseball team from Philadelphia, onto a 1947 Flxible Clipper Bus for a barnstorming tour back in time. Bandura and the players recount lessons learned while visiting historic civil rights sites, meeting veteran activists and playing baseball along the way. And historian Derr…
 
How can you become a more emotionally intelligent leader?In this podcast, Shannon Houde, Founder and Managing Director of Walk of Life Coaching, shares her expert advice to help you develop this increasingly important trait.Timestamps:(01:00) To begin with, please could you introduce yourself to our listeners?(01:38) What are some of the main chall…
 
Leaders – would you like to learn how to become more resilient?Listen to this podcast with Business Psychologist and author Dr Susan Kahn, who shares her expert advice to help business leaders build resilience in themselves and role model this trait to support their teams.You can also read the full transcript at: https://social.hays.com/2021/06/30/…
 
30: How leaders can manage the productivity puzzle – Tim Ringo FCIPDIn this podcast, award-winning HR consultant and author of Solving the Productivity Puzzle, Tim Ringo FCIPD, shares how leaders can engage, motivate, and develop their employees to improve productivity and drive business efficiency.You can also read the full transcript at: https://…
 
It starts when Dommy describes C. Jay as looking "like an Old Wes Craven" Apparently Wes Craven, who has been dead for years, still looks better than C. Jay. We talk about movie stars who were big deals in the 80's, but only for about 15 minutes. Then we meander our way to John Cox's run for governor of California in the upcoming recall election an…
 
What are the key qualities that make a CTO?In this podcast, Greg Swimer, Chief Technology Officer at City Football Group shares how technology and the role of a CTO has changed as a result of the pandemic, and how CTO’s can effectively adapt to the ever-changing demands.You can read the full transcript here: https://social.hays.com/2021/05/10/podca…
 
Sometimes we long for the good old days when we didn't talk about poor or politics. This episode is the reason. We go there. But first Dart explains the Shop Vac. Ernest Hemmingway takes us on a brief tour of the strap on and then we do a deep dive into possibly the most Florida Man story yet! Brace yourselves.…
 
The civil rights movement offers critical context for understanding the systemic police violence, voter suppression efforts, ‘law and order’ rhetoric and criminalization of activism we see today. It also helps us understand the strategies activists use to fight these injustices. Historians Shannon King and Nishani Frazier explain how they use 21st-…
 
The history of the Black Panther Party for Self-Defense can help us understand the transition from civil rights to Black Power, as well as contemporary issues like mass incarceration. From the Ten-Point Platform to survival programs, historian Robyn C. Spencer outlines key aspects of the party’s revolutionary ideology, grassroots activism and commu…
 
28: Five competencies you must develop in your marketing team to stand out - Shake MarketingHow can marketing leaders help their organisations stand out?Listen to our podcast featuring Stacey Danheiser and Dr. Simon Kelly, Principals of Shake Marketing Group who share the five key marketing competencies leaders need to build in their teams.You can …
 
27: How Hays are adapting to workplace challenges in an ever-changing climate - Alistair Cox, CEOAs part of LinkedIn’s #TalentVoices series, our CEO and LinkedIn Influencer, Alistair Cox recently spoke with Adam Hawkins, Head of Search and Staffing at LinkedIn.In this episode, Alistair shares how his organisation is adapting to current workplace ch…
 
Historian Clarence Lang joins us for a conversation about Malcolm X. We discuss his commitment to Black pride and self-determination and his rejection of the white gaze and the myth of American exceptionalism. Learn how teaching about the life and works of Malcolm X can illuminate the universe of possibilities of the civil rights movement—and the d…
 
26: The experience of female leaders of colour in the corporate world - Simi Rayat, Rhonda WilliamsIn this podcast Leadership Coach, Simi Rayat and Rhonda Williams, CEO of Dream Life Academy share the key challenges that female leaders of colour face and how to best overcome these obstacles.You can also read the full transcript at: https://social.h…
 
25: How to build self-confidence in your team - Jo Emerson, Leadership CoachDo you think a member of your team could be struggling with self-confidence at work?Listen to our podcast featuring award winning coach Jo Emerson, who shares her expert advice to help leaders build self-confidence in their teams.You can read the full transcript here: https…
 
In this episode, we talk with movement veteran Courtland Cox about lessons from the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee and his own development as a young organizer of the Emmett Till generation. We join Karlyn Forner and John B. Gartrell to tour the resources available through SNCC Digital Gateway. And we hear from student organizer Kaia Woo…
 
We discuss the usual nonsense, but then get into a discussion of the current allegations against Joss Whedon (Buffy, Firefly, Avengers, etc.) Is this a case of cancel culture of or are some people in Hollywood, just a$$holes who shouldn't be in charge of people?By C. Jay Cox
 
Oral histories, historic sites, archives and museums expand students’ understanding of the past. They fill in gaps in our textbooks—complementing what’s included and capturing what’s not. This episode highlights online oral history collections including the Civil Rights History Project. It offers recommendations for students conducting their own or…
 
Teaching civil rights history to young learners creates both opportunities and challenges. The 1964 Mississippi Freedom Summer Project and the subsequent Freedom Schools offer important lessons for helping elementary students to understand the civil rights movement. In this episode, we explore community-based strategies and activities for bringing …
 
If you're finding this podcast useful, please support us by taking our Listener Survey—only 10 questions—at learningforjustice.org/podcasts. And stay tuned! More episodes are on the way. In the meantime, if you're looking for ways to talk with students about the relationship between the hard history of white supremacy and the insurrection at the U.…
 
From the hard work of organizing to the reality of everyday life under Jim Crow, films and literature can bring historical context to life for students. In this episode, we recommend several “must use” films, books, poems and plays for teaching the civil rights movement. We also discuss strategies for incorporating these works across the curricula …
 
24: Why adaptability is so important for organisations - Ross Thornley, AQaiHow can you build adaptability into your workforce and succeed in the new era of work? Listen to our podcast, featuring Ross Thornley, Co-Founder and CEO of adaptability assessments business AQai.You can read the full transcript here: https://social.hays.com/2020/12/15/podc…
 
Everyone thinks they know the story, but the real history of Rosa Parks and the Montgomery Bus Boycott is even better. This episode details the events that set the stage for Ms. Parks’ civil disobedience. You’ll meet the leaders and organizations who transformed a moment of activism into a 13-month campaign. And you’ll learn about the community tha…
 
23: How leaders can go from ‘burnout busy’ to ‘balance busy’ - Rosalyn PalmerIn this podcast, Transformational Wellbeing Coach, Rosalyn Palmer, shares her expert advice to help those leaders who are feeling burned out, establish some balance in their busy working lives.You can read the full transcript here: https://social.hays.com/2020/12/01/podcas…
 
To fully understand the United States today, we have to comprehend the central role that slavery played in our nation’s past. That legacy is also the foundation for understanding the civil rights movement and its place within the history of the Black freedom struggle. This episode is a special look back at our first season. It explores and expands …
 
22: How B2B marketing leaders can help their organisations and teams succeedIn this podcast, Stacey Danheiser and Dr. Simon Kelly, Principals of Shake Marketing Group share their expert advice on how B2B marketing leaders can help their teams and organisations to thrive in the new era of work.You can read the full transcript here: https://social.ha…
 
You cannot teach the civil rights movement without talking about Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. But it’s critical that students deconstruct the mythology surrounding the movement’s most iconic figure to learn about the man, not just the hero. The real Dr. King held beliefs that evolved over time. A complex man, he was part of a much larger movement—one…
 
The Civil Rights Movement was never strictly a Southern phenomenon. To better understand the Jim Crow North, we explore discrimination and Black protest in places like Milwaukee, Omaha, Cleveland and New York. To examine the Black Freedom Movement beyond the South, we examine the Black-led fights to gain access to decent housing, secure quality edu…
 
21: How leaders can champion self-care, reflection, and awareness - Simi RayatIn this podcast, Leadership Coach, Simi Rayat shares her expert insights on how leaders can maintain good mental health in the new era of work, alongside supporting the wellbeing of their teams.You can read the full transcript at: https://social.hays.com/2020/10/26/podcas…
 
Armed resistance and nonviolent direct action co-existed throughout the civil rights era. In this episode, three historians confront some comfortable assumptions about nonviolence and self-defense. Wesley Hogan examines the evolution, value and limitations of nonviolence in the movement. Christopher Strain offers a three-part strategy for rethinkin…
 
Alice Qannik Glenn is the host of Coffee and Quaq and assistant producer of The Forgotten Slavery of our Ancestors. This short, classroom-ready film offers an introduction to the history of Indigenous enslavement on land that is currently the United States. This new resource from Teaching Tolerance features an extensive group of experts, many of wh…
 
Jim Crow was more than signs and separation. It was a system of terror and violence created to control the labor and regulate the behavior of Black people. In this episode, historian Stephen Berrey unpacks the mechanics of racial oppression, the actions white people took—in and beyond the South—to maintain white supremacy, and the everyday ways Bla…
 
Music chronicles the history of the civil rights struggle: The events, tactics and emotions of the movement are documented in songs of the era. From The Freedom Singers to Sam Cooke, historian Charles L. Hughes explains how your students can use music for both historical insight and evidence in the classroom. For more movement music, check out this…
 
12: Why people are the key to the success of your digital transformation efforts - Simon WinfieldListen to this podcast with Simon Winfield, our Managing Director UK&I to hear his expert insight on how leaders can address the ‘people element’ of their digital transformation efforts.You can read the full transcript here: https://social.hays.com/2019…
 
Students don’t enter our classrooms as blank slates. When it comes to the civil rights movement, we often have to help our students unlearn what they think they know while we’re teaching them what actually happened. The people were more complex, the strategies more complicated and the stakes more dangerous than we like to remember. In this episode,…
 
Teaching the civil rights movement accurately and effectively requires deconstructing the myths and misconceptions about the civil rights movement. Most people are familiar with a very specific version of the Civil Rights Movement that exaggerates Government support and denies the existence and persistence of racism outside the South. Julian Bond c…
 
20: How leaders can support their team’s childcare responsibilities, as working parents themselves In this podcast, Gaelle Blake, Director of Permanent Appointments for Hays UK&I and James Milligan, Global Head of Technology, share their expert advice on how leaders can effectively support their team members who have childcare commitments, alongsid…
 
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