When talking about and bringing attention to different human rights issues around the world, it is important to take the time to address how you are doing. In order to help people get to a good place, you have to ensure that you are also in a mindset to support them. This is part of why hosts Gilad Cohen and Simona Ramkisson are interviewing each other on this very special episode of The Hum Podcast.
With all the compelling interviews over the last three seasons, it is easy to forget that both Gilad and Simona bring their own unique perspectives to the most pressing issues today. Discussing topics that range from the misconception that Canada is better at addressing racism than the USA, superficial responses to problems around diversity, to how to determine people’s sincerity in being an ally towards social justice, Gilad and Simona showcase the general mindset that has helped shape their approach to each episode.
In between, you get to learn more about the everyday lives of your hosts and the personal concerns that they struggle with, as well as how those experiences shape their work in activism and supporting others who are going through similar problems (you will also learn about Gilad’s very strong opinions on vaping). Don’t miss this and more on this week’s insightful discussion.
Download the episode transcript here.
Hosted by Gilad Cohen (Founder, JAYU) and Simona Ramkisson, produced and edited by Brandon Fragomeni and Alex Castellani. Associate Producer: Ron Ma.
Image: provided by The Hum
Theme music created for The Hum by Jeff Morrow.
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