Episode 110 - Racism in Voice Overs and Beyond- Part 2

Voiceover Stories - Real, Raw, and Relevant show

Summary: In part 2 of Racism in Voice Overs and Beyond, our guest moderator Sherri Pullum has the panel go beyond voice overs in talking about racism.  Topics discussed are systemic racism; actionable steps to be a part of the solution; the most recent US presidential election and more. As with part 1, I invite you to listen with an open heart and mind.     Brief bios; links on our panelists and resources are below. Sheri Pullum our moderator is an actress, writer and producer.  She has a fabulous youtube show called Dreamers Unite which I highly recommend.    Joan Baker a veteran voice over talent, she is the co-founder of the Society of Voice Arts and Sciences and is the author of Secrets of Voice-Over Success: Top Voice-Actors Reveal How They Did it   Kadine Anckle is an Executive Producer and Voice Over talent. She is a graduate of Penn State and holds a master from New York Institute of Technology.    Heather Keets Wright is the founder behind Wright Creative Agency, a content marketing, and video production firm based outside of CLT North Carolina. She is an industry thought leader, breast cancer survivor, and advocate, writer, editor, and content nerd.   Tanya D. Jones is an award winning writer, producer, and director who executes storytelling for virtual, social, and television platforms.  From set life to real life, she is a certified professional coach. In 2020 she left her media publishing career to create Mama Bear Media Group LLC and Your Life Coached.      Zoë Flowers is an author and international speaker whose poetry and essays can be found in several anthologies and journals. In 2004, Zoë interviewed survivors of domestic and sexual violence. From Ashes to Angel’s Dust: A Journey Through Womanhood is the book that emerged.    Resources   Me and White Supremacy: Combat Racism, Change the World, and Become a Good Ancestor by Layla Saad   Between the World and Me by Ta-Nehisi Coates   The Danger of the Single Story- TED Talk by Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie