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Beautiful Humans: The Social ChangeCast

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The Social ChangeCast is a podcast started by two behavior analysts who are passionate about bridging behavioral science and social justice. Together, they bring you weekly conversations about current events around hard topics such as racism, sexism, hetero-sexism and all forms of oppression.
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During this episode of Tipsy Unicorns, Abby is joined by Akilah S. Richards, host of the Fare of the Free Child podcast, author of Raising Free People, and founding member of the Alliance for Self-Directed Education. Listen in as Abby and Akilah talk about toxic and oppressive behavior, trust-based practices, unschooling and self-directed education…
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On this episode, we are joined by Julie Melendez. Julie provides some practical tips for discussing systemic racism with Autistic children. Julie Melendez is a Board Certified Behavior Analyst and Licensed Behavior Analyst based out of Los Angeles. She is currently a Clinical Supervisor at Blue Sprig Pediatrics. She started her career in behavior a…
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In this episode of Tipsy Unicorns, Abby welcomes honored guest Denise Ross who shared her perspectives on oppression and liberation. She is an Advisory Committee Member for Women in Behavior Analysis (WIBA), and the Chair of UW Systems Institute for Urban Education at the University of Wisconsin Milwaukee. Her research focuses on language and liter…
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Our honored guest for this month's Tipsy Unicorn episode and Radical Action Circle cycle is Camille Morgan of Love, Sex & ABA, and Blvck Womxn Worldwide. Join us as she shares her story and perspective which we're centering during the month of February as we learn and grow together on our path toward collective liberation.You can read more about th…
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"Shut up and show up." During this eppy, Katelyn Kendrick provides a model of what doing the work, honestly and transparently can look like. She reviews how she works to own her "stuff"(racism/colonialism/etc), confronting her own learning history, and shame and discomfort to move towards her values with committed action. She gets extremely honest …
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We sat down with Dr. Austin Johnson is a BCBA, School Psychologist, and Assistant Professor at UC Riverside. We connected with Dr. Johnson after he wrote a formal response to JABA/SEAB's Statement of Concern, where he laid out the significant problems in the statement. We have been working with Upswing Advocates behind the scenes to push for the re…
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In this eppy we are joined by Dr. Malika Pritchett who covers her recently released article in Behavior Analysis in Pratice. We chat about how colonialism is still prevalent in the field and bring the conversation forward by discussing participatory research practices. If you are looking to inform your practices, this is the episode for you! This i…
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In this episode we caught up with Stanley Fritz, a Haitian American organizer from New York City. He goes over the differences between an activist, organizer, and advocate and also tells us how to plan social justice campaigns. This is a show with all the gems. Stanley Fritz is the Communications Associate at Citizen Action of New York, and the Eng…
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During this episode mash-up, we sat down with Black in the Days podcast hosts, Elkin and Robin, to catch up and have a casual yet informative conversation about all things social justice. We chatted about Kanye, trans and binary history, plantations, and even about new legislation that directly impacts protesters. Tune in to hear our conversation! …
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In this episode, we are joined again by both Jo Ramirez-Messina and Jeff Newman, two leaders of the reform ABA movement. If you are a behavior analyst wondering how to build your ableism lens, this is where it should start. Jeff and Jo explicitly describe what neurodiversity is and is not as well as talks about the barriers and needs of the ABA ref…
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In this episode, we are joined by both Jo Ramirez-Messina and Jeff Newman, two leaders of the reform ABA movement. If you are a behavior analyst wondering how to build your ableism lens, this is where it should start. Jeff pushes each of us to think about “what is good ABA” and Jo discusses ABA in the context of trauma.To read about some of the top…
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In this eppy, the Beautiful Humans sat down with the hosts of the Shades of ABA podcast. We chatted about building momentum to establish behaviors that lead to long term social change. We detailed how to foster collaboration with marginalized groups as well as how to not perpetuate power imbalances while attempting to “help.” If you “woke up” durin…
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On this episode we are joined by co-author of Multiculturalism and Diversity in Applied Behavior Analysis, Shawn Capell. He gives us a peek inside if his book and his thoughts on the emergence of multiculturalism in the field of ABA. This is a CE elgible episode. Check the deets below: The process of becoming a behavior analyst includes several ins…
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Special guests and some of our favorite Beautiful Humans, Barb Gross(she/her) and Worner Leland(they/them), join the show to talk about sex and sexuality.Don't ever say Barb and Worner never gave you anything. Here are plenty of resources you can use regarding this topic:https://sbrpsig.org/https://www.sexedcontinuinged.com/https://www.aasect.org/c…
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Happy Pride Month! In this episode we uplift the stories from the LGBTQIA+ community in all unique forms they take. You will hear the themes of self-discovery, pain, isolation, joy and the relentless pursuit of unapologetic self-love. We are grateful for all the courageous humans who were willing to share their stories with the world. About our gue…
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This conversation is a special episode. Given the current events that occurred with George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, Tony McDade, Ahmaud Abery and the countless Black and Brown folks who have been murdered by state sanctioned violence. We discuss the events from a personal perspective as well as a leadership perspective. This show is for EVERYONE, beh…
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In this conversation we turn a lens towards white allyship, accompliceship, and beyond. In between the behavior analytic gems, you will hear a raw and unfiltered perspective of white supremacy, racism, and the system of opression that is upheld in the United States. In this show we uplift issues we don't generally discuss in behavior analysis. We’l…
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This week we caught up with Yulema Cruz to discuss one of America’s favorite holidays to culturally appropriate, Cinco de Mayo. We learned about cultural appropriation, appreciation, assimilation, and more. AND Arin went on their first rant! Holy smokes Batman, check it out.Yulema is a Board Certified Behavior Analyst, and the current President of …
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This conversation, we sat down with Worner. We got way more than we could have imagined. Tune in to hear how sex, sexuality, and gender can be conceptualized and addressed ethically. The gems are ever-flowing in this eppy.We hope that you enjoy the conversation, as much as we enjoyed recording it.Please follow us on FB @BeautifulHumansCast or IG @B…
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In this episode we catch up with Marlesha Bell. She talks to us about treatment disparity, research implications, and pyramidal training with Latin-X families.We hope that you enjoy the conversation, as much as we enjoyed recording it.Please follow us on FB @BeautifulHumansCast or IG @BeautifulHumansChangeResources shared during this conversation:M…
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This week, Denisha and Arin has the pleasure of being join by Dr. Kate Ratliff, Associate Professor of Psychology at the University of Florida and Executive Director of Project Implicit. In this episode, Dr. Ratliff, Denisha, and Arin discuss implicit bias, research on implicit associations, and Project Implicit as a leader in implicit bias researc…
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This episode is one for the books! We are joined by Behavior Analyst, AJ Rodrigue, who presents our very first CE eligible show! This is a fun CE episode paired with dialogue all related to verbal behavior!We hope that you enjoy the conversation, as much as we enjoyed recording it.Please follow us on FB @BeautifulHumansCast or IG @BeautifulHumansCh…
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Sometimes when you aren’t invited to the table, you create your own! And we did just that! This panel is a candid conversation with field and thought leaders in the behavior analysis. Each person presented their own unique story and thoughts surrounding issues of diversity in ABA.About our esteemed Panelists:Jada D. Tucker, M.Ed., BCBA, LBA: Jada i…
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The BH cast sat down with the #DoBetter Movement Podcast co-hosts, Dr. Megan Miller and Joe Smith. For those unaware the Do Better Movement was started by Dr. Megan Miller, in hopes to provide training for Analysts to yield quality services. We decided to chat about #DoingBetter for diverse groups. The conversation was candid and light, but we hope…
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Arin and Denisha catch up after their Holiday Hiatus. On this show they discuss their intentions and commitments for the year, changes to the show, and drop the deets on their big announcement.Don’t forget to follow us on FB @BeautifulHumansCast or IG @BeautifulHumansChangeSubscribe to our Patreon for CE credits: www.patreon.com/beautifulhumans--- …
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On this conversation we discussed how we deal with the hard stuff. This week’s hard stuff includes privilege, equity, racism, complicity, and everything else in between. Evelyn walked us through how we can sit with discomfort and use it for the things we really care about-- ie social justice. The rants were rampant this week, so listen closely in a…
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In this conversation, we are joined by social justice behaviorist/ rockstar Megan Kirby. Megan gets candid about the history of behaviorism and its role in seeing equity in the world. She also discusses discomfort and pain associated with speaking up and out against injustice. We hope that you enjoy the conversation, as much as we enjoyed recording…
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In this conversation, Denisha and Erin discuss perspectives on Thanksgiving and opportunities to develop cultural awareness surrounding the highly celebrated holiday. This conversation touches on the original event, Native American History, Standing Rock, and how to get through Thanksgiving dinner with loved ones who share false information.We hope…
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Over 60% of professionals in the behavior analysis field work with the neurodiverse population, but how often do we consider their voices as professionals in the field? Well today we do. Hear from 3 professionals and students who get candid on their real life experiences.Read a little more about the voices you hear on this episode below!Kodi- Kodi …
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The Beautiful Humans Social ChangeCast traveled to the Supreme Court to #RiseUpOct8 . As the court justices heard arguments that will decide if the LGBTQ population is protected under title 7, hundreds of people, including us, made sure to make sure our voices were heard and our faces were seen standing up for what they believe in(equal rights for …
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Show 1 was so nice, we had to do it twice! On this episode we continue our conversation with activist and organizer, Brea Baker. Brea Baker currently serves as a Director of Programs for Inspire Justice, a social impact firm founded by Matt McGorry and JLove Calderón. She was recently the Program and Youth Engagement Coordinator at The Gathering fo…
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We have something really special for listeners who are interested in social justice organizing. We have an incredible and beautiful human joining us, Brea Baker. Brea will detail how to take our feelings of frustration and turn it into protest and organizing behavior as a testament to values driven action.Brea Baker currently serves as a Director o…
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In this episode, we discuss mentalism, its cultural impact, and it the possibility of its role in systemic oppression. We detail the use of mentalism in social justice by reviewing literature that discusses Fundamental Attribution Error and the Pygmalion Effect. Tune in to hear how we humans view other people’s behavior, especially those from margi…
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In this conversation, Denisha and Erin discuss the ways that oppressive behaviors have impacted them.We hope that you enjoy the conversation, as much as we enjoyed recording it.Please follow us on FB @BeautifulHumansCast or IG @BeautifulHumansChangeResources shared during this conversation:Szymanski, D. M., & Meyer, D. (2008). Racism and heterosexi…
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In this episode, co-hosts Denisha and Erin will discuss concepts that will frequently come up on the podcast. If you're ever feeling stuck wit something we mention, have a quick listen to see if it has already been covered in this episode. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/appSupport thi…
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In this introductory episode, co-hosts Denisha and Erin will talk about their journey, their values, and what motivated them to create the show "Beautiful Humans."--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/appSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/beautiful-humans/support…
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Coming soon to your favorite podcast app...it's The Social ChangeCast! Subscribe now as each week The Social ChangeCase bridges behavioral science and social justice. Get weekly conversations about current events around hard topics such as racism, sexism, hetero-sexism and all forms of oppression. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easi…
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