Welcome to IncludrPod!
Welcome to IncludrPod: a podcast exploring deep inclusion, diversity and how to find common ground with just about anyone through a scientific lens. Join host Jeffrey Bowyer-Chapman, an actor, podcaster, model and guest judge on the hit TV series RuPaul’s Drag Race, as he speaks to talented public figures about stories you’ve never heard, as well as experts and academics who will put it all into perspective. On the show, you’ll learn easy and accessible tips to help people of all ages incorporate deep inclusion into their everyday lives. Creating a safe space is the foundation of authenticity, and everyone is welcome here. Follow along and subscribe to IncludrPod wherever you get your podcasts.
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Actor and advocate for diversity and inclusion, particularly for people of color and the LGBTQ community.
Host: Hey, can I ask you something?
What does deep inclusion mean to you?
Why is it important in the fight for a more equitable, empathetic society?
Where are your blind spots, and how can you overcome them?
How can we empower people to show up as their most authentic selves?
These are questions I’ve been asking myself for a long time.
Host: Welcome to IncludrPod: a podcast that explores deep inclusion, diversity and how to find common ground with just about anyone, all through a scientific lens.
Host: I’m your host Jeffrey Bowyer-Chapman. I’m an actor, podcaster, model and guest judge on the hit TV series, RuPaul’s Drag Race. On IncludrPod, I’ll be taking a deep dive into the issues we’re facing as a culture and society and asking the tough questions about the ever-evolving inclusion equation.
Host: Together, we’ll explore the experiences that make us human, and how we can all cultivate a greater sense of empathy for others.
Host: I’ll be speaking to experts, academics and everyday people who will share stories from their own lives, insights and fascinating research to put it all into perspective.
Guest #1: You know, needless to say just because something is deeply built in doesn’t mean it’s something we shouldn’t strive to overcome.
Guest #2: After food, shelter, and water, the most important need that a human being has is belonging.
Guest #3: To think that it’s all on other people is giving ourselves an easy out sometimes, right? Like, we’ve gotta do the work too.
Host: We’ll provide practical and tangible tips to help people of all ages incorporate deep inclusion into their everyday lives.
Host: Creating a safe space is the foundation of authenticity, and everyone is welcome here.
Host: Follow along and subscribe to IncludrPod wherever you get your podcasts. Our first episode drops November 3.