Doll Talk

Difficult Conversations: How to Have Them and Why They are Important with Guest Quan Bailey

June 05, 2020 Once Upon a Dollhouse Season 1 Episode 5
Doll Talk
Difficult Conversations: How to Have Them and Why They are Important with Guest Quan Bailey
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Doll Talk
Difficult Conversations: How to Have Them and Why They are Important with Guest Quan Bailey
Jun 05, 2020 Season 1 Episode 5
Once Upon a Dollhouse

This week’s episode is with Quan Bailey @TrainWithQuan

What it was like cleaning up the community in LA

The difference between peaceful protests and destruction

Quan’s perception of peaceful protests, the institution of curfews, forceful action of police

The term African American vs. Black. Which should we say?

The unification of the Black Lives Matter Movement - how can we be allies as white women?  Quan explains how in the golden age of the civil rights movement - there were white people there. Because of how racially tense the time was, those people faced physical backlash as well. Civil Rights has always been for everyone. 

The difference between a peaceful protest, rioters and looters. The reason why Quan doesn’t like looters is because they personally profiting from the items stolen - not going against the establishment.

The impact of Social Media, the widespread viewership and the impact of voting

Thoughts on Systemic Racism and Quan’s personal experiences throughout his life… and some history.

Quan’s recommendations for sharing on Social Media

We discuss police brutality, the national guard.

How to amplify messages that need to be heard

Please take moment and follow Quan on instagram @TrainWithQuan

Use this link for more resources: https://bit.ly/Dolls4BLM

Show Notes

This week’s episode is with Quan Bailey @TrainWithQuan

What it was like cleaning up the community in LA

The difference between peaceful protests and destruction

Quan’s perception of peaceful protests, the institution of curfews, forceful action of police

The term African American vs. Black. Which should we say?

The unification of the Black Lives Matter Movement - how can we be allies as white women?  Quan explains how in the golden age of the civil rights movement - there were white people there. Because of how racially tense the time was, those people faced physical backlash as well. Civil Rights has always been for everyone. 

The difference between a peaceful protest, rioters and looters. The reason why Quan doesn’t like looters is because they personally profiting from the items stolen - not going against the establishment.

The impact of Social Media, the widespread viewership and the impact of voting

Thoughts on Systemic Racism and Quan’s personal experiences throughout his life… and some history.

Quan’s recommendations for sharing on Social Media

We discuss police brutality, the national guard.

How to amplify messages that need to be heard

Please take moment and follow Quan on instagram @TrainWithQuan

Use this link for more resources: https://bit.ly/Dolls4BLM