In this bonus episode, Chris and Janelle talk with @be_voiced squad member, Lauren Harrison about the verdict in the Botham Jean case, forgiveness, distrust of police, and the death of Atatiana Jefferson.
In this episode, Janelle and Chris talk to Jeff Burleson, Olivia de Guzman, Chris Ramirez, and Justin Willis about the views of interracial relationships and fun of cultural exchange. They talk about personal experiences and the historical views of dating outside their race.
In this episode, Janelle and Chris talk to Liz Nichols and Dylan Owen about the impact of symbols and words and how they are hijacked for both good and bad. They talk about the results of a survey sent out to the Echoes Fam as well as discuss the biggest American symbol, the American flag, and what it means to them.
The cast of #voiced takes their place center stage! Janelle and Chris talk to Johnny Camacho, Armando Garza, Cielo Juarez, Lauren Harrison, Jordan Higgins, and Emily Truelove about some of the experiences high school students are having with social justice movements and what it was like playing roles that dealt with social justice in a high school setting.
In this episode, Janelle and Chris are joined by Trish Bernard, Lauren Neaves, and Christian Watkins as they talk about the LGBTQ+ Community and its relationship with Christianity. They share their experiences, how they maintain their faith, and how to have conversations about the topic.
Our inaugural live show is in the books! It was a complete success thanks to the sponsors, donors, panelists, and a great live audience. There was so much great advice that I know you'll want to listen twice!
In this episode of Echoes on air!, Janelle and Chris Silverberg talk with therapists Brittanie Gray, Anna Kim, and Jimmy G. Owen about the importance of self-care and how to recognize signs of burnout while fight for...
Echoes Media wouldn't exist without the SMU Civil Rights Pilgrimage. In this episode of Echoes on air!, Janelle tells you why then she and Chris Silverberg talk with Ed Gray, Jennifer Hudson, and Jonathan Norton about the importance and impact of chasing history and how the SMU Civil Rights Pilgrimage continues to shape how they interact with present-day social concerns.