Real Talk: Diversity in Higher Ed podcast

I cohost the Real Talk podcast with my brilliant former student, activist and advocate Jamil Harp. On the show, we have conversations about equity and inclusion through an intersectional lens with authenticity and humanity, aka real talk! In Seasons 2-4, we have have some amazing guests join us to talk about race, gender, LGBTQIA+ identities, comics, cancel culture, mental health, the immigration crisis and undocumented students, invisible labor, and much, much more. Available wherever you listen to podcasts! Click the links below to tune in.

Pictured: Professor KC Councilor and student Jamil Harp (Photo credit: Cate Barry Photography, Feb. 2021)

Ringing the Alarm: Emergency Media and Inequality Real Talk: A Diversity in Higher Ed Podcast

KC and Jamil meet with Liz Ellcessor, associate professor of Media Studies at the University of Virginia, about her new book In Case of Emergency: How Technologies Mediate Crisis and Normalize Inequality. Together they discuss emergency media, surveillance technologies, safety on college campuses, and much more. Dr. Ellcessor is a Senior Faculty Fellow at the Miller Center for Public Affairs at UVA. She is also the author of Restricted Access: Media, Disability, and the Politics of Participation and co-editor of Disability Media Studies. More about Liz and a discount code for the book at (!
  1. Ringing the Alarm: Emergency Media and Inequality
  2. Diversifying STEM: The Bioscience Academic and Career Pathway (BioPath)
  3. Post-Graduation Blues / Finding Your Life's Story with Michael King
  4. Friendship and Activism: Honoring Those Who Came Before Us and Those Who Will Come After Us
  5. Unsolicited Opinions