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The best podcast, I have been listening for great, I recommend to everyone!
“We aren’t what we think we are” was outstanding!
Excellent episode on understanding why documents in this country matter. From finding the truth of one’s identity to understanding the historical nature of systemic racism, classism, and the established stature of white supremacy-even though her white relative knew sleeping with his enslaved was not only taboo but to have birthed an heir that needed to be challenged in court produces a legitimacy to blackness in this country. Chained, delivered, and thus reconciled through the acknowledgement of law, African Americans (now, Black) have an indelible legacy unlike any in this world. We are America! We are the race where moral righteousness kindles perpetually. And to know, through the years, that we have forgiven the most vile of assaults on our bodies keeps me ever thankful for the journey that is us!!!
Thank you for all these thoughts and information.
The most recent episode of the podcast was a difficult, but absolutely necessary listen. I cannot imagine the strength it took to work through and produce it.
You rock. Not many are able to talk race in such a sexy way! We need this conversation. Thank you!
I learn more and more with every episode. Never boring or anything. I love this podcast!
I have been listening on and off for at least a few years and I just wanted to say thank you. Thank you for making a podcast that addresses the difficult and necessary issues and having the conversations we need to be having with ourselves, families, neighbors, and communities. You both have done an amazing job breaking down issues and language of race and gender identity; giving white people like me a way to understand and empathize with oppressed minorities and what daily struggles they face. I know I can never truly understand, but for me this podcast gives me a starting point. Keep giving this podcast life!! Hope everyone is safe and healthy.
This is a must listen podcast.
Thank you for opening my eyes.
Fantastic podcast - teaches me something every time I listen
Love the show
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My favourite podcast. brings the best, most thoughtful, well researched and engaging stories on a variety of important and relevant topics. Spanning culture, politics, social issues and race.
This is so good! GB
Micky The Boat
As a white man wanting to educate myself further on this global issue. I have found this very helpful. GB
I’ve been subscribed to Code Switch for a couple of months now; every episode, old and new has been a fantastic listen, with well articulated, nuanced perspectives by those who are the most knowledgeable of the subject at hand. Keep the episodes coming, they are so necessary during these times of uncertainty, fear, hurt and anger. GB
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Code Switch Wiki
In communications and information processing, code is a system of rules to convert information—such as a letter, word, sound, image, or gesture—into another form or representation, sometimes shortened or secret, for communication through a communication channel or storage in a storage medium. An early example is the invention of language, which enabled a person, through speech, to communicate what they saw, heard, felt, or thought to others. But speech limits the range of communication to the distance a voice can carry, and limits the audience to those present when the speech is uttered. The invention of writing, which converted spoken language into visual symbols, extended the range of communication across space and time. The process of encoding converts information from a source into symbols for communication or storage. Decoding is the reverse process, converting code symbols back into a form that the recipient understands, such as English or/and Spanish. One reason for coding is to enable communication in places where ordinary plain language, spoken or written, is difficult or impossible. For example, semaphore, where the configuration of flags held by a signaler or the arms of a semaphore tower encodes parts of the message, typically individual letters and numbers. Another person standing a great distance away can interpret the flags and reproduce the words sent..