Always great having Taylor Nolan on as this is her third time on the podcast I believe. However this time we don’t really dive into too much Bachelor Nation stuff. I get her opinion on Hannah’s apology from this past weekend, but the rest of the time is spent talking about what’s been going on in society the last week or so. It might be uncomfortable for some of you. Some of you may be sick of it. I hope not, but just know, Taylor is about as outspoken as there is in Bachelor Nation right now about race relations in this country. Along with Rachel Lindsey and Ashley Spivey, she’s done so much on her IG to educate and answer a lot of people’s questions they may have. She’s offerend suggestions, links to accounts, videos, and shows. She’s certainly been very outspoken about what’s going on and I hope you can all appreciate that and that’s why I wanted to bring her on this week. As always, if you’d like to respond to the interview, please include Taylor’s Twitter handle (@taymocha) in your replies. In addition, please check out the links below to three sites that can educate more on police brutality in the U.S. It’s eye opening. You’ll hear me talk about them in the beginning of the podcast and in the last 10 minutes with Taylor. Very eye opening stuff and the best part is it answers the question “Well, how can I help?” Visit those sites and you’ll see how you can.
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I start out by discussing CampaignZero, and bring attention to their offshoot site that went live yesterday, 8CantWait.org. Then Taylor joins me to talk about Hannah Brown’s apology, the recent protests, rioting, and looting, the work she’s done on her Instagram over the last week, race relations, and more (12:07).
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CampaignZero – link
8CantWait – link
PoliceScorecard – link
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June 15, 2020 at 11:05 AM
She’s wrong about the tone not being important. Of course it’s important. You aren’t going to get far if you embody the stereotype of the angry black person.