Scott’s podcast called Phronesis: Practical Wisdom for Leaders offers discussions on all things leadership, incorporating practical tips designed to help make a difference in how we lead and live. Given that the context for my work and leadership tends to be different than most of the listeners of the Phronesis podcast, Scott explicitly wanted to focus our conversation on my history as an activist and organizer to bring these perspectives to his audience.
Part 3 for a series of webinars with the American Association of Museums
Part 2 for a series of webinars with the American Association of Museums
Part 1 for a series of webinars with the American Association of Museums
We discuss some of the issues currently impacting us, our families and our work. Such as; the resurgence of violent white nationalism, anti-immigrant & anti-Latinx policies, and the increase in hate crimes.
Our conversation covers a lot of ground – from the somatic impacts of racism and the importance of healing body, mind and soul as vital to abolition and emancipation – to the impact of the resurgence of visible, violent white nationalism on efforts to abolish systemic white supremacy – to LaDonna’s visions of emancipation that include co-ops and expanding systems of mutual aid
To discuss how to do this, in this episode I am joined by my friends and colleagues Kerrian Suarez, Executive Director of Equity in the Center, and Andrew Plumley, Director of Inclusion at the American Alliance of Museums and Board member of Equity in the Center. Our conversation was recorded just a week after the insurrection at the U.S. Capital.
Beth was a guest on the Misadventures in Organizational Misalignment podcast.
The episode is titled: Misadventures in not Bringing DE&I into the Center with Beth Zemsky
Specifically, we discussed how to utilize Dream Corps’ core philosophy of finding common ground as a radical concept to bring people together across racial, social, and partisan lines to create a future with dignity for all.
On September 18, 2020 Beth joined Kathryn Hoffman, the CEO of the Minnesota Center for Environmental Advocacy (MCEA) for a recorded webinar titled Making the Connection: The Environment, Race & Justice.