[Note: In the above podcast, the recording started halfway through the show, unfortunately. We still covered a LOT in the the remaining half hour though.]
Dr. Ginnie Love, mental health counselor and psychologist, talked white privilege and systemic racism on Wednesday, July 8th to share her insights as a white woman who began to confront racism as a young adult.
About Our Guest
With a Master’s degree in Mental Health Counseling and PhD in Counseling (Holistic) Psychology Dr. Ginnie Love specializes in resolving root issues underlying the cause of symptoms resulting in emotional dis-ease, suffering, maladaptive behaviors, relationship issues and self-sabotage. A columnist for The Huffington Post, Love offers practical advice and unique views on living an authentic life with purpose and passion encouraging her audience through information, awareness and self empowerment while sharing thoughts and tools to live the most authentic life possible. By peeling away the layers of chaos and minutia we discover our life’s purpose and passion, our lyric (purpose). She is currently writing a book which includes her experience with racism as white woman married to and African American man and raising interracial children. More of Dr. Love’s writing on Huffington Post.
Dr. Ginnie Love recommends Waking Up White by Debbie Irving. The producer of Front Porch Radio compiles many social justice articles and information at Dear Nice People, a social school with fierce loving kindness at it’s heart as a way to actively educate with the end goal being to dismantle white supremacy & intersectional oppressions.
Here is one of the best conversations about systemic racism you will have the chance to overhear:
This show originally aired LIVE on July 8th, 2015 at 4pm EST on WPRK 91.5 FM in Winter Park, FL.