And Still I Rise, The Woman Who Talks About Race EP5

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Dr. Nicola Rollock is Deputy Director of the Centre for Research in Race & Education at the University of Birmingham in England, UK. In this episode she shares: 

  • Her frustration of the lack of people of color in leadership positions and the lack of progress on race equality 
  • The lessons from her father that influenced her 
  • The importance of looking after her well-being and her Netflix self-care remedy 
  • How it feels to be a woman of colour in UK academia 
  • Where she finds her spiritual nourishment 
  • The impact of being ‘the woman who talks about race’
  • What’s in her “And still I rise’ folder 
  • And the importance of celebrating success and letting people know about your accomplishments 

You can connect with Dr. Nicola Rollock 

T:   @NicolaRollock


She’s Got Drive is produced by Cassandra Voltolina and music by Blonde. Artwork by Natasha Merrifield 

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