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About As It Should Be with Thamarrah Jones (she/her)
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Here we refuse to accept inequity. This is a bi-weekly podcast interview series for people who are actively learning and unlearning their role in upholding systems that hurt people. people who wish we’d care about each other’s experiences more often. Hear stories from everyday people who are centering equity as they remake the world as it should be.
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Here we refuse to accept inequity.
As It Should Be is a weekly podcast interview series hosted and produced by Thamarrah Jones (she/her). She interviews people whose careers are centered on using their skills to push progress forward, and people on the ground affected by inequity everyday.
This is a show for people who wish we’d care about each other’s experiences more often. People who are actively learning and unlearning their role in upholding systems that hurt people.
Hear stories from folks who are challenged by injustice everyday. Hear stories from folks using their skills to recreate the world as it should be.
We examine the role of equity, belonging, and inclusion in facing the challenges shaping our society. We explore what it looks like to question everything we think we know about each other. We rethink our place in creating a world where belonging is at the center.
Cast & Crew
Thamarrah Jones — Host & Producer
3D Dojo Studios — Photography and graphic design
Support the show
As It Should Be is an independent podcast created with the hope that people would care about each other more often. This show is made possible with the support of monthly Patrons and people who buy a coffee for Thamarrah once in a while.
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