OnRamp S1E12: Season 1 Review, Answering Questions & “Why Are You Being So Divisive?”

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Hosted by Kerri Fisher & Shane Blackshear

Resources Mentioned in this Episode:

13th (Link to trailer. Watch the film on Netflix)

The New Jim Crow by Michelle Alexander

Just Mercy by Bryan Stevenson

Trouble I’ve Seen: Changing the Way the Church Views Racism by Drew Hart


Listen to all of season 1 of OnRamp at OnRampPodcast.com

OnRamp 010: Crime & Race

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Hosted by Kerri Fisher & Shane Blackshear

Resources Mentioned in this Episode:

13th (Link to trailer. Watch the film on Netflix)

The New Jim Crow by Michelle Alexander

Just Mercy by Bryan Stevenson

Bryan Stevenson’s Ted Talk

4 Black Lives Matter Myths Debunked | Decoded | MTV News

OnRamp 007: Lasting Impacts of Jim Crow & Slavery

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Hosted by Kerri Fisher & Shane Blackshear

Resources Mentioned in this Episode:

The Negro Family: The Case For National Action (known as the Moynihan Report, 1965)

Can trauma be passed to next generation through DNA?

Outliers by Gladwell

The Hidden Wound by Wendell Berry 

OnRamp 006: Levels of Racism

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Hosted by Kerri Fisher & Shane Blackshear

3 Levels of Racism

-Individual

-Institutional

-Internalized

*Some groups use other terms such as interpersonal, structural, ideological, etc.

Resources Mentioned in this Episode:

Breaking Schools’ Rules: A Statewide Study on How School Discipline Relates to Students’ Success and Juvenile Justice Involvement


Listen to past episodes of OnRamp at OnRampPodcast.com

A Very Special Episode of Seminary Dropout: Announcing a Brand New Podcast – OnRamp

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Hey Seminary Dropout listeners this is a very special episode in which I’m previewing to you the very first episode of a brand new podcast called OnRamp. OnRamp is hosted by myself and my friend Kerri Fisher. It’s an episode about issues surrounding race through the lens of Christian spirituality. This is has been in the works for awhile and I’m very proud of it. It’s by no mean comprehensive in it’s scope and it’s not perfect in it’s execution. I by no means have these issues figured out. It’s just a conversation, and a conversation meant for those who want to understand these issues better, but don’t have a good place to start. This is meant to be a jumping on point or, and “on-ramp”.

If you like Seminary Dropout then I think you’ll love OnRamp. You can help the show launch by 1. Subscribing in iTunes, and 2. Sharing this on social media. Thanks for listening and I hope that Christ meets you as you listen.