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The Diversity Gap: Nuance is Sustained in the Context of Community w/ Beth Silvers and Sarah Stewart Holland of Pantsuit Politics
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The Diversity Gap: Nuance is Sustained in the Context of Community w/ Beth Silvers and Sarah Stewart Holland of Pantsuit Politics

In this episode, Bethaney sits downs with the Cohosts of the Pantsuit Politics Show, Beth Silvers and Sarah Stewart Holland. In this conversation, they talk about racial identity, the treatment of race in mainstream news and media, leading others from a place of courage and care, as well as the collective work it takes to sustain nuance in today’s social climate.

Sarah and Beth are the hosts of Pantsuit Politics Show where they bring a different approach to the news. They are also authors of the newly released book, “Now What: How to move forward when we’re divided (about basically everything.”

Episode Transcript Available Here: www.thediversitygap.com/podcast

About the Diversity Gap:

The Diversity Gap is for everyday people who want to pair their good intentions for diversity with true cultural change.

You can order the book, The Diversity Gap, at www.thediversitygap.com/book

Bethaney Wilkinson is the Host and Executive Producer.

Thank you to our guests and patrons who make this podcast possible!

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Website - www.bethaneywilkinson.com, www.thediversitygap.com

Submit a listener question of your own by visiting thediversitygap.com/podcast

Listen to Pantsuit Politics Show - https://www.pantsuitpoliticsshow.com

Buy “Now What: How to move forward when we’re divided about basically everything”

https://www.pantsuitpoliticsshow.com/books

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A More Beautiful Way
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A More Beautiful Way is an exploration of what it takes to slow down, create sacred space, and bring healing hearts, minds & bodies to the work of social change.
Following a life-altering "dark night of the soul" experience of professional grief and burnout, podcast host Bethaney Wilkinson set out on healing journey to discover a more rooted, authentic and seasonal way to live. This podcast is an unfolding collection of conversations on the need for slow, sacred living as a healing pathway for some of the biggest challenges facing us in modern times.