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Where Did Our Empathy Go?

In this episode, Douglas tries to find out what has happened to our emapthy during the pandemic. He offers some tips on how to have a picnic during a virus outbreak. And finally Douglas reviews an essay from July that claims anti-racism training is racist.

Episode 12: Where Did Our Empathy Go?/Our Pandemic Picnic/Is talking about anti-racism racist

In this episode, Douglas tries to find out what has happened to our emapthy during the pandemic. He offers some tips on how to have a picnic during a virus outbreak. And finally Douglas reviews an essay from July that claims anti-racism training is racist.

00:37 Where did our empathy go?
08:51 Our Pandemic Picnic
12:20 Is Talking About Anti-Racism Racist?

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Extras:

Where Did Our Empathy Go?

Empathy
Northwest Ohio parents file complaint to end mask order in K-12
Ohio Public Health Advisory System
A Short History of Quarantine

Is Talking About Anti-Racism Racist?

Is the Anti-Racism Training Industry Just Peddling White Supremacy?
‘White Fragility’ Is Everywhere. But Does Antiracism Training Work?
Jonathan Chait is wrong about race

Host Notes:

Our podcast can now be heard on Amazon Music!

Credits:

Written, produced, and edited by Douglas Berger and he is entirely responsible for the content.

The GCH theme is “Your Call” by Kevin MacLeod from filmmusic.io and licensed under creative comments using attribution 4.0 international

This episode by Glass City Humanist is licensed under CC BY-NC-ND 4.0.

By Douglas

Host of the Glass City Humanist