Welcome Back to Melanated Media Moments with Anitiz Muonagolu. This segment of the Melanated Muckrake is a great way to stay informed on what happens to minority communities whether at Pepperdine, the country or around the globe
A name can connect someone to their heritage, carry symbolic meaning and shape a person’s identity. Three individuals discuss their relationship with and understanding of their names, showing the power one word can have on a person’s life.
Introducing Melanated Media Moments with Anitiz Muonagolu. The news is a great way to stay informed on what happens to minority communities and the world around us and what happens when the world forgets about it.
Joined by Pepperdine professors Christina Littlefield and Zachary Luben, the Melanated Muckraker goes into a deep discussion on the harmful effect of Christianity and what makes it worthwhile for POC to follow it. Debating ideas of contextualization, history, the new testament, the MM will try to give an answer to see if BIPOC should be a part of the Christian community.
Guest speaker Myles Dennis joins co-hosts Celine Foreman and Anitiz Muonagolu for a compelling conversation regarding Juneteenth, Black History, Critical Race Theory and commercialization. This is a timely conversation you won’t want to miss!
Roses are red, violets are blue; race shouldn’t be the reason someone doesn’t love you. It’s time for America to re-evaluate what its prejudices are and learn the true definition of a preference.
The controversial email shared by Dean of the School of Public Policy Pete Peterson spurred many conversations among various parts of the Pepperdine community. In part two of this two part series, four Pepperdine students of color joins hosts Anitiz Muonagolu and Emily Shaw in discussing how this controversy has impacted them and their thoughts and experiences at Pepperdine.
One of the conversations spurred by the controversial email shared by Dean of the School of Public Policy Pete Peterson is the debate occurring throughout the nation on what is “true American history”? In this two part series, History professor Stewart Davenport joins hosts Anitiz Muonagolu and Emily Shaw in understanding how this recent controversy at Pepperdine fits into this larger conversation.
The Melanated Muckraker — hosted by Anitiz Muonagolu and Emily Shaw —explores the complexities of race and cultures and the impact these have on our lives by sharing the stories and experiences of BIPOC.
Pepperdine Graphic Media introduces The Melanated Muckraker, a new podcast where hosts Anitiz Muonagolu and Emily Shaw dive into how race and culture affect our communities and lives.