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Disrupting Motorsports: In conversation with Brittany Young

In this week's episode of the ARD Podcast, Nicole sits down with B-360 founder Brittany Young about her work creating an equitable dirt bike culture for Baltimore City youth, building more inclusive motorsport spaces, and the journey of being a Black female founder. To support the work of B-360, go to

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Traveling Together: In conversation with Lamar Shambley at TOCA

In this episode of the podcast, Nicole chats with Lamar Shambley about his organization and his efforts to give the next generation a global mindset. TOCA (Teens of Color Abroad) is a nonprofit organization with a mission to cultivate the next generation of globally conscious youth of color through full language immersion study abroad experiences.…

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Abolition on Campus: In conversation with Alecia Harger of Cops Off Campus Coalition 

Nicole chatted with Alecia Harger (she/they), a sophomore at UC Berkeley and representative for both UC Berkeley Cops Off Campus and the transnational Cops Off Campus Coalition, a network of students, educators, staff, and community members passionate about abolishing policing at all levels of education. We discussed today’s Day of Refusal, Abolition May, and the…

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Practicing Solidarity: In conversation with Tiffany Tso and Jaimee A. Swift 

Nicole Cardoza and Mallory Cheng speak with Tiffany Tso and Jaimee A. Swift, co-creators of the Black and Asian Feminist Solidarities project, which looks to Black and Asian American feminist histories, practices, and frameworks on care, community, and survival for the tools and strategies to continue to build towards collective liberation. Tiffany Diane Tso (she/her)…

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