The Safe Space
70. A Day Of Silence

70. A Day Of Silence

May 2, 2022

In this episode, we bring awareness to GLSEN's annual day, Day of Silence. We discuss the effects of bullying and harassment that the LGBTQ+ faces. The students share things they see in their everyday lives. They also share ways to become an ally. We also discuss Florida's "Don't Say Gay " Bill and how it affects our society and generations to come. 

 

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69. Black History: Health and Wellness Part 3

69. Black History: Health and Wellness Part 3

April 25, 2022

In this episode, we conclude our conversation about Black Health and Wellness. We focus on mental health and advocacy work within our communities. We discuss whether or not it is a social or individual responsibility for advocacy and how to go about it. We also talk about the importance of mental health in black youth. We explore why it is difficult to seek out help and what happens when you do, and how to be a better ally to the community. 

 

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68. Black History: Health and Wellness

68. Black History: Health and Wellness

April 5, 2022

In this episode, we continue the conversation about black health and wellness. We discuss how the community is affected in through medical and mental health. We shared statistics and personal stories. We also dive in into the advocacy of the community. 

 

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67. *Live Special* Elevating our Youth Symposium

67. *Live Special* Elevating our Youth Symposium

March 21, 2022

In this episode, we are sharing the live recording from our 2022 Youth Symposium. We talk about how to create a resume and the difference between a resume and CV.  Our guests share college experiences, especially experiencing culture shock. Our guests share what is like to be an undocumented and going to college. They also share the importance of advocacy within your community. 

 

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66. Black History: Black Health and Wellness Part 1

66. Black History: Black Health and Wellness Part 1

March 11, 2022

In this episode, we begin the conversation about Black History Month, more specifically Black Health and Wellness. We first discuss the importance of black history on American History We then begin to break down black health in American society. We look at mental health and stigma, the mistrust of the system, being culturally responsive, and stereotypes that are found in the community.

 

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65. Universal Healthcare vs. Capital Healthcare

65. Universal Healthcare vs. Capital Healthcare

February 28, 2022

In this episode, we take a look into our current healthcare vs. universal healthcare. We take a look at statistics and how healthcare affects us as society and individuals. We take look at pros and cons of universal healthcare, especially the financial burdens and possibly reliefs. We explore some of the fears people have if we introduce this version of healthcare into our society and whether or not its valid. Finally, we decide if its important to add this healthcare into our society. 

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64.Patriotism. Is it a good thing or a bad thing?

64.Patriotism. Is it a good thing or a bad thing?

February 23, 2022

In this episode, we discuss the different aspects of patriotism. We look at the definition of patriotism and nationalism and whether or not they correlate. We dive into the questions regarding the level of patriotism such as: does identifying issues in one's country make you less patriotic as you think there are flaws, Does patriotism protect us from war or cause us to go to war? Can we be patriotic to more than one country? Finally, we look into movements and decide whether or not they were patriotic movements.

 

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63. What’s the Crisis? The Conversation About Immigration? Part 2

63. What’s the Crisis? The Conversation About Immigration? Part 2

February 7, 2022

In this episode, we conclude our conversation about immigration. We talk about what diversity means to us and students share their personal stories. We discuss why immigrants leave their countries, the struggles they face, and when is it helpful to a country for immigration. We take a look into prejudices and racism and see if it's still more alive than it was 50 years ago. 

 

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62.What’s the Crisis? The Conversation About Immigration.

62.What’s the Crisis? The Conversation About Immigration.

January 31, 2022

In this episode, we take on the conversional topic of  immigration.  Recently, we have seen in the news, headlines about the border crisis, immigration, and other areas surrounding this topic. In this episode we discuss different terms regarding immigration, why do we as a society feel challenged with immigrants, and do we think there is a relation between immigration and crime? 

 

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61. Minority vs. Majority, The Gap

61. Minority vs. Majority, The Gap

January 17, 2022

In this episode, we explore the socio-economic gap between minorities vs. the majority. Is there a gap? We take a deep dive into statistics, how minorities are affected through the workforce, healthcare, and other aspects in their lives.  We share our personal experiences and what we have seen others gone through. Finally, we discuss how we can bridge the gap. 

 

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