The Equity+ Podcast has the hard conversations needed to do the work to advance health equity. This season we’ll discuss topics like healthcare access, disrupting White Supremacy culture, community led change, BIPOC leadership and professional development, and more.
Episode 4: Affordable Housing: The Cost Helping Communities Get & Stay Housed | Listen Here
Join Care Share and our featured guests Dr. Sue Ledford of Four Square Community Action, Charis Blackmon of West Side Community Land Trust, and S.J. Hightower and Hope Williams of Legal Aid of North Carolina for our a discussion on the different ways their organizations approach their work to help individuals and communities get and remain in affordable housing.
Episode 3: Connecting Communities to Health w/ Honey Yang Estrada | Listen Here
In this episode, we talk to Honey Yang Estrada, President of the NC Community Health Worker Association (NCCHWA). We discuss her background and what brought her to CHW work, how CHWs help bridge the gap between their community members and healthcare systems, and how the NCCHWA truly centers equity in the support they provide their members.
Note: Honey is a member of Care Share’s Board of Directors.
In this episode, we share an interview with Dr. Dawn Baldwin Gibson, originally recorded as part of NC BIPOC Leaders series published last year on our Care Share blog. Dr. Gibson shares how her life experiences have informed and inspired the incredible work she does at Peletah Ministries, the ministry she founded with her husband, Anthony, which has included mental health support, disaster relief and a trauma informed k-12 school.
Note: This episode deals with the loss of a child.
The first episode of the Equity+ Podcast introduces Care Share and our staff through a discussion about how our lived experiences with equitable healthcare and White supremacy culture affects our work.