Category: Podcast

So Woke We Got Insomnia with the Education Department

Season 2 Episode 6 of Rights Not Reserved The Education Department comes on Rights Not Reserved to drop some knowledge on the history and importance of the Universal Declaration of

Women and Anti-Recidivism with Tera Bell and Carla Taylor of Women on the Rise

Season 2 Episode 5 of Rights Not Reserved Women on the Rise gives us insight on life after incarceration and what Atlanta can do to create a more restorative and

Living the Legacy with Former VP of Marketing, Kristie Cain Raymer

Season 2 Episode 4 of Rights Not Reserved “These are the moments that make every day– magical.” – VP of Marketing and Sales, Kristie Cain Raymer We’re sitting down with

Ending Homelessness with Atlanta Mission CEO, Jim Reese

Season 2 Episode 3 of Rights Not Reserved In this episode, Jim Reese gives us the day-to-day operations at the Atlanta Mission and tips on what we can do to

Tranformative Activism with Raquel Willis

Season 2 Episode 2 of Rights Not Reserved In this episode, we discuss activism with Raquel Willis. Raquel is an activist and a National Organizer at the Transgender Law Center.

Silencing the Shame with Shanti Das

Season 2 Episode 1 of Rights Not Reserved We open up season two discussing mental health and the stigmas that often comes from dealing with those issues with Shanti Das.

Rights Not Reserved Episode 15: 2017 Wrap-Up

Erin and Catherine talk about their favorite moments from 2017 and their goals for Rights Not Reserved in 2018. Also, hear from other Center for Civil and Human Rights staff

Rights Not Reserved Episode 14: Taking a Stand, Taking a Knee

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text css=”.vc_custom_1515695033428{margin-bottom: 0px !important;}”]Our first episode of the new year is a discussion with sports journalist Jemele Hill, 1968 Olympian Dr. Tommie Smith, Ex-army Green Beret and NFL Player Nate

Rights Not Reserved Episode 13: Nic Stone

Nic Stone joined us on Rights Not Reserved this month to discuss her new novel Dear Martin. Topics discussed: The debut of Dear Martin at the Center for Civil and

Powerful People in Progress: Doug Shipman and Derreck Kayongo

Rights Not Reserved is a podcast from the National Center for Civil and Human Rights. We discuss activism, history and today’s pressing human rights concerns with local, national and international