Artist, art educator, and entrepreneur Charlecia Joy joins host and incluu founder, Dr. Dédé Tetsubayashi at the Brave Spaces Roundtable to discuss equity in visual art spaces and the pain points that gave way to the creation of The Stapledon Arts Melanin series.
“What would you say are the greatest obstacles to creating either by design, in teams, in organizations and/or in communities, this future that is accessible, equitable and joyful?”
“Fear. I’d say fear.”
Please join our host, CEO, and incluu Founder, Dr. Dédé Tetsubayashi and guest, Sabrina Meherally of Pause & Effect as they discuss the future of designing relationally for justice and equity.
Join incluu’s own, Dr. Dédé Tetsubayashi and guest Debbie Reynolds, “The Data Diva” as they talk data across various intersections and iterations; a foray into the perks and pitfalls of AI, ML, and data in the 4th industrial revolution, and as always a little levity. Are you team Terminator or Robocop; have a listen to this month’s episode and tell us in the comments.
Dede TetsubayashiHello Kele Belton! Welcome to one more episode of Brave Spaces Roundtable, brought to you by incluu; we help organizations, companies, and individuals build brave spaces for their ecosystems, people, programs, and life. Welcome, please introduce yourself. Kele BeltonHi, Dede; thank you so much for having me. I’m so excited Brave Spaces Roundtable–what an impressive name! So it’s an honor to be with you today. What brought me to– did you ask me to talk about myself? Dede TetsubayashiYes. Yes, I did. Give us a little bit about you. Oh, and then what brought you to the work that …
This month, on our 4th episode of the Brave Spaces Roundtable podcast, I, your host, and incluu Founder & CEO, Dr. Dédé Tetsubayashi discuss design at the intersection of social justice and liberation with Tania Anaissie, Founder & CEO of Beytna Design, and one of the five brilliant minds behind the creation of both the Liberatory Design framework and corresponding card deck.
On this episode, Tania takes us through her design journey from breaking bread and eating hummus at her mother’s table to basking in what she refers to as a “tidal wave” of expansion around good, “equity aware” design.
For our second and final installment on “The Fundamental Pillars of Successful DEI Practices”, I, your host, Dr. Dédé Tetsubayashi had the pleasure of sitting with master connector, and self-proclaimed people-hobbyist, Lia James, where they discussed the importance of diverse and equitable table-building, in design, theory, and practice.
Join me, your host, Dr. Dédé Tetsubayashi and guest, Olanike Ayomide-Mensah as we discuss “The Fundamental Pillars of Successful DEI Practices” and egusi!
Olanike is an esteemed DEI Strategist and founder of Mosaic Consulting as well as a multidisciplinary creative. It was a pleasure to sit and discuss the work we do to build brave and equitable spaces for all.
Join host Dr. Dédé Tetsubayashi, Product Equity Ethicist and CEO and founder of incluu LLC, Destiny Fox Kanno, Technologist and COO of incluu, LLC, Jennifer McClanahan-Flint, DEI Practitioner and CEO and founder of Leverage to Lead, and Masheika Allgood, AI Ethicist and founder of AllAI Consulting for a discussion about Equity, Inclusion, Accessibility & the Pitfalls of Automation in Tech.