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The Get InPowered Podcast by Inclusivus, is about individuals, innovators, advocates, activists, and agents of social change across sectors and industries who are working to transform their communities and the world at large. In each episode, we travel with host Judithe Registre to a different location and talk with InPowered women and men whose stories and work are inspiring change and action and making a transformative impact in their communities. These are people who, through their own pe ...
 
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Our editorial team came together for a discussion about how clinical language can advance sanist ideas and to consider some more humanising alternative terms. Some people will prefer some terms and some people will prefer others. These are our suggestions. In the future we would like to create a living glossary that reflects how the meaning of thes…
 
Does the way mental health professionals talk about, diagnose, document and refer people with mental distress do justice to their humanity and their personal recovery, or do they perpetuate sanism? A conversation between Holly Vine and Ruth Wells
 
Content warning: Suicide, sexual violence, abortion Fi Peel takes us on a profound journey through extreme mental distress and suicidality, against the backdrop and stress of bushfires, coronavirus, a housing crisis and the "invisible pandemic" of sanism. This is about the power of music and theatre, and the strength of Fi Peel.…
 
Content warning: Suicide This episode is a poem written by Damian Rayner. It explores the traumatic loss of his brother to suicide and the ways it has shaped both his personal growth and his work as a clinical psychologist.
 
"Gaslighting is a common tactic against those with invisible disabilities, as well as differing abilities, and understanding it has been critical to understanding myself." Jennifer Fehr describes practices of gaslighting and toxic messaging, including self-gaslighting, and the ways in which gaslighting isn't always intentional on the part of the ga…
 
This episode is a conversation between Karen Millstein and editor Ruah Grace. Karen talks about her practice as a Peer Specialist in mental health, and her own personal experiences of "big feelings", often referred to as psychosis.
 
CRN 203 398 380X is a story set in current day Canberra, Australia. Anonymous author, CRN 203 398 380X, is smart, deep feeling, frequently in poverty and sick of the way things are. This has earned her a number of diagnoses and consequent traumas. On a good day she doesn't take it too personally and is delighted to be alive.…
 
Racheal Munro's story of being a First Nations woman in the mental health system was read to Annie Sykes, a Maori woman. This is Annie's response, told in conversation with Ruah Grace. It is a story of her own experiences of severe mental distress, hospitalisation, and the ways she has found her own peace.…
 
Content Warning: Racial violence, sexual violence, physical violence, suicide, distressing and dehumanising experiences. Racheal Munro, a Kamilaroi woman, talked to Ruth Nelson about some of her experiences of extreme mental distress, hospitalisation and being separated from her daughter.
 
"Build yourself so that you can be a resource for others, and also build a network of people who can support you." Judithe reflects on her conversation and relationship with Amy Fulford, and more broadly the year in which it grew, 2018. She also wishes all of you a successful and happy 2019. Add your voice to our conversation in the new year at htt…
 
When Amy founded enlightin 2005, she envisioned working with clients in a meaningful way and understood that a real partnership, not the typical consulting version, would help them create more value. She has helped clients reshape how they run the business by bringing input and insights that change the way they think about their business and indust…
 
In this solo response episode, Judithe Registre highlights the duality that the Carribean Diaspora faces in the US. They each come from island nations with distinct cultures and experiences, yet are united in their reaction to and existence alongside the United States. Being treated as "other" makes us one. Interested in being an Influencer? Your i…
 
To make an impact and have influence, “find kindred spirits with differing views.” Kerry-Ann Reid-Brown of Carry On Friends A life learner, storyteller, and founder of Carry On Friends, The Caribbean American Podcast, Kerry-Ann shares her story and experiences with Judithe Registre in this episode. From the unique challenges facing the Caribbean an…
 
This long-awaited episode marks the return of the Get InPowered Podcast as Judithe responds to the message and work of Keshet Bachan-Dovrat highlighting the importance of putting anger or frustration into action, instead of letting it calcify. Judithe also shares the latest info on her own journey and where the Get InPowered Community is headed nex…
 
"We don't reward anger in women. I find it really important to tell women, 'You can be a woman, and be angry at the same time.'" Keshet Bachan says she's been a "practicing feminist" for around 14 years, but the seed of gender equality has been in her soul from the start. Originally born in Israel, Keshet now focuses on Diversity@Work a mission dri…
 
In response to her conversation with Karl Jean Louis in episode 57, Judithe Registre reflects on her own responsibilities and the ever dilemma of the "Diaspora". What is the essential role of members of the diaspora? Judithe considers this question and what it means to be belong in multiple communities. Interested in being an Influencer? Your influ…
 
To improve the social and political contexts in Haiti, it is crucial for civil society, the business community and the population to all play their role in governance. In the right political environment, the business community can create jobs and add value to society. This is needed in Haiti now more than ever. In this episode of The Get InPowered …
 
Migration/Immigration is the Human Quest for Safety and Security Celina da Sola’s work with Glasswing International has put her face to face with the fundamental quest and struggles for human safety and security across communities and nations. In this episode, Judithe Registre shares her insights from her conversation with Celina and considers the …
 
In this episode, Celina de Sola joins Judithe Registre to discuss the context of human life and the experiences of citizens migrating from Latin American countries that have been the focus of the current immigration debate in the US. Celina, the founder of GlassWing International, is from El Salvador. After spending many years traveling the world a…
 
In this episode, Judithe Registre responds to and reflects on the message of Joy Donnell, from Episode 53. In an era where media and technology have dominated every aspect of our lives, we must consider how these tools and services are used to address the issues we care about. How intentional are we (or not) in our engagement with social media? Wit…
 
Stop living as if “here” has no value. “Here” is also a direction, and sometimes it’s the most valuable direction that you have.” - Joy Donnell. In this episode, Joy Donnell joins Judithe Registre to highlight creative ways to harness and use the energy and emotion we are all generating naturally through the obstacles and adversaries we encounter e…
 
Judithe Registre reflects on her discussion with Macy and Karen, and the promise of the next generation of leaders. This episode provides some context and commentary on the history of youth movements and the worldwide need for youth activism and leadership in the years to come. Join us next week for an interview with speaker, entrepreneur and activ…
 
“Kids can make a difference in how they understand the world.” [And parents can support kids and not force their understanding of the world on them.] Give the children more freedom to understand the world on their terms.”-Macy Macy and Karen join Judithe for a conversation after the March for Our Lives in Washington, DC. Macy is an 11-year-old stud…
 
Recorded live in Haiti, Judithe Registre responds and ruminates on the discussion with Mary Ann Clements last week. "When I hear people say, 'These things happen as they happen in any other sector,' I think, 'Should they?'" Racism, sexism, and discrimination are not acceptable in any context, but in the context of social justice and humanitarian wo…
 
Mary Ann Clements (formerly Mary Ann Mhina) has devoted her life to making an impact and like many change-making professionals, she got burnt out in the process. She wants all of us to be able to do this work and create this impact, sustainably, without costing us our wellbeing — and she believes it can be done. The wellbeing of humanity and the wa…
 
We spend this episode considering and reassessing the contributions that Africa (and the Congo specifically) have made to the global “village” as discussed by Mvemba Dizolele, a writer, foreign policy analyst, and independent journalist who is also the author of the forthcoming biography: Mobutu: the Rise and Fall of the Leopard King (Random House …
 
We spend this episode considering and reassessing the contributions that Africa (and the Congo specifically) have made to the global “village” with Mvemba Dizolele, a writer, foreign policy analyst, and independent journalist who is also the author of the forthcoming biography: Mobutu: the Rise and Fall of the Leopard King (Random House UK). In the…
 
Judithe Registre, Haitian-born, American-made, and globally-centered, brings you her insights on Black History Month as celebrated in the USA, drawing from her Haitian background, US education, and global travels. This is a time when we are being called to recognize the contributions of every group to witness and record the present for future histo…
 
“...the stripping of our human dignity in any context, in any environment, is perhaps the greatest violation of our rights as human beings.” - Judithe Registre In this episode of the Get InPowered Podcast, Judithe responds and considers Antionette Carroll and her work with the Creative Reaction Lab. Judithe challenges us to look for ways to pursue …
 
"You're really just the total of other people's biases." Antionette Carroll is the Founder, President and CEO of Creative Reaction Lab, a nonprofit social enterprise that educates, trains and challenges cities to co-create solutions with Black and Latina populations to design healthy and racially equitable communities. "When we work together, we bu…
 
While the topics of Race and Racism are not comfortable, they are necessary topics of discussion and reflection if we hope to move forward as a society. Through her work, Diarra Kilpatrick gives us unique opportunity to confront these topics in the middle of our entertainment. Surely one of THE voices of her generation, Diarra's message of unity th…
 
A native Detroiter, Diarra Kilpatrick is an accomplished actress, writer and producer who is finally beginning to get her due from mainstream audiences and outlets. In this first episode of Season Two of The Get InPowered Podcast, Diarra discusses how the "business" of show stood in her way to success, as she hungered for meatier roles, more challe…
 
Judithe Registre, founder of Inclusivus and the host of The Get InPowered Podcast, discusses the trials and triumphs of the first year of her journey as a podcaster. Judithe also highlights the new “season” of the show, featuring bi-weekly guest interviews with change-makers in various fields focusing on social justice and global equality, followed…
 
Linda Bailey-McWeeney is a Jamaican educator and economist based in New York. Since 2015, she’s been engaged with educators about the status of math education in Jamaica, specifically the fact that many low-income students are not receiving the education they deserve. The problem isn’t just a lack of education for students, but a basic lack of conf…
 
Liza Moiseeva and Judithe may be from opposite sides of the earth, but they are both motivated by some of the same passions—justice, equality and fairness, among others. In this episode, Liza details her journey to creating GlobeIn, an organization dedicated to fostering fair trade across the world and helping artisans and creators bring their drea…
 
“You learn to speak your native language at home, because that gives you a good sense of who you are.” Language is a powerful tool, not only for communication and human relations, but also for providing a sense of identity and our place in the world. In this episode, Judithe is joined by Adebayo, the founder and lead programmer for Genii Games Limi…
 
“If we keep feeding the beast, the beast will get bigger. But it’s not gonna be transformative.” Marianne West joins Judithe in this episode to discuss their own podcast paths, and their emergent plan for a community of podcasters focused on social change. Judithe Registre moderated a panel on using podcasting for social change at Podcast Movement …
 
“Consent is a mutual, amazing experience.” - Mike Domitrz Mike Domitrz is a man on a mission to dramatically improve society’s approach to healthy dating and relationships by creating a better understanding of how “consent” is obtained in intimacy to prevent sexual assaults and rape. “Are you asking the question in the first place that allows them …
 
New York City is one of the most diverse cities in the world, yet generations after Brown vs. Board of Education, many of the Big Apple’s schools remain hopelessly segregated by both race and class. “Students should be the center, because they’re the ones going through it. The DOE does not go through what students go through.” –Matthew Diaz Matthew…
 
"They call me the African Pink Warrior. Fearless, unstoppable, resilient. That’s me.” In this final half of our conversation with Priscilla, she shares her own story with breast cancer and why she feels uncomfortable with the label “survivor.” “When [the doctor] called me, I thought, ‘Please, no, put your receptionist on the phone, I don’t want to …
 
"You're still gonna have those challenges, you're still gonna have to face them. So don't try to hide yourself in your friends' influence and all of that stuff. You still have that and that's great, but you have to know who you are." In this first half of our conversation with Priscilla, she introduces us to her family and life as a woman, daughter…
 
“I dare myself to speak up and speak out, even if I’m nervous.” - Ebony Price This episode features a young woman who, in many ways epitomizes exactly what the Get InPowered Podcast was created for. Ebony Price is a woman who advocates for herself and families, volunteering her time in her community serving those less fortunate than herself, and da…
 
Christie Gardner is an everyday leader and activist finding ways to ensure those in her community are supported and have access to opportunities. She keeps her hands, head, and heart in her community, helping others, organizing, informing, and encouraging the youth, women, elderly, and those most vulnerable to help them avoid the pitfalls of life i…
 
"[The mobile revolution] created wealth, it connected people, it brought people on the the grid. It also, to a very large extent, created inclusion. Now, people could talk." Eric Osiakwan is an entrepreneur and investor with 15 years of ICT industry leadership across Africa and the world. Today, he joins The Get InPowered Podcast to discuss his wor…
 
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