Latasha Morrison is a best-selling and award winning author, bridge-builder, reconciler, and a compelling voice in the fight for racial justice. In 2016, she founded Be the Bridge to equip ambassadors of racial reconciliation.
This podcast is another step in cultivating conversations that will hopefully lead to real change.
Take It to the Bridge with Latasha Morrison (Part 1) Founder Latasha Morrison is finally back on the podcast in the first episode of the “Take It to the Bridge” series, but this time she’s on the other side of the mic! Tandria Potts returns as guest host and talks with Latasha about grief, the impact of [...]
How Bridge-Building Is Exported Through Training (Part 2) with Mariah Humphries, Gina Fimbel and Sean Watkins If you use terminology like “colorblind” to show your racial and cultural compassion and understanding, this episode is tailored for you. Many people outside of the BIPOC communities are lost as it relates to how to communicate and implement a culture [...]
How Bridge-Building is Exported Through Training (Part 1) with Mariah Humphries and Tania Miron Often, in the racial reconciliation space, progress and healing are brought about through small groups. Another effective tool in the quest for progress in this area is training. Many don’t know that corporations, non-profits, and ministries bring in our expert Be The Bridge [...]
She's the Bridge (Part 2) with Morgan Harper Nichols This Women's History Month, we're highlighting special women who we believe are truly building bridges in their work. In this continuation of our “She’s the Bridge'' series, guest host Faitth Brooks talks with artist Morgan Harper Nichols about the intersection of Black womanhood, art, community, and passion. Morgan [...]
She's the Bridge (Part 1) with Vivian Mabuni This Women's History Month, we're highlighting special women who we believe are truly building bridges in their work. Discussions about race in America are often limited to a black and white binary. Since the rise of COVID-19, hate crimes have been on the rise against the Asian American Pacific [...]
COVID-19: The Process After Losing a Loved One with Dr. Debbie Stevens We’re back for a new season! In this episode of the Be the Bridge podcast, our Director of Programs and Innovation, Faitth Brooks, discusses the impacts of the pandemic with Debbie Stevens, a registered psychiatric nurse practitioner and close friend of our founder, Latasha Morrison, [...]
A Christmas Conversation with Kim Fields (Bonus Conversation with Lyn Sisson-Talbert) When it comes to Christmas Classics, Jimmy Stewart’s “It’s A Wonderful Life” and “Home Alone” starring Macaulay Culkin may come to mind. With that said, movies like “The Preacher’s Wife” starring Whitney Houston and Denzel Washington or “The Last Holiday” starring Queen Latifah are often not [...]
Navigating Music and Ministry as Influencers in Multi-Ethnic and Multicultural Spaces If you’ve heard the party anthem “This Is How We Do It” then you know something about the popular artist, singer, songwriter, and producer Montell Jordan. But what you may not know is that after leaving the music industry, he became the Praise and Worship Pastor at one [...]
Athletes and Activism In the volatile year of 2020 we’ve seen uprisings that have spurred tense feelings and emotions causing Christians to be split on issues related to social justice. But, this is also a year where athletes have used their platform in ways that are reminiscent of the civil rights era. Fists in the air are [...]
Transition in Proximity to Whiteness In this episode, Latasha talks with writer and speaker Dante Stewart about his experiences with assimilation in predominantly white institutions, including his time as a cornerback at Clemson University and his journey in ministry at a white evangelical church. Latasha guides listeners by adding context to the conversation, and Dante gives encouragement [...]