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Always exploring his creativity and engaging in new projects, Dre Hill is the host and producer for two podcasts of his own inception. “What the Hill” explores the black experience from the perspective of college students, delving into intersectionality and issues faced from both outside and within the black community. “Daily Dose With Dre Hill” is a short burst of light-hearted advice, inspiration, motivation, and tough love in short, easily digestible episodes.

On Invalidation (Not so Safe Spaces) Daily Dose With Dre Hill

Following off the heels of an episode about intent versus impact, it's time to talk about safe spaces. Are you one for the people in your life? You might be surprised by the answer. In today's episode, Dre talks about the invalidation of emotions and experiences, and how that can be discordant when you are trying to be a safe space for others. Sometimes we, even accidentally, invalidate what someone feels or is going through by minimizing its impact or scope. If we want others to come to us, and trust us enough to share, we have to do better about being safe spaces for them. Ask those closest to you how you can best show up as a safe space for them in their lives, and watch what happens. Recorded: May 21, 2023 Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/heyitzdr3 Twitter: twitter.com/heyitzdr3 Website:⁠⁠⁠ https://drehillart.com/⁠⁠⁠ — Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/dailydosewithdre/support
  1. On Invalidation (Not so Safe Spaces)
  2. Intent v. Impact
  3. I'm Not an Impostor
  4. On Giving Grace to Others (And Ourselves)
  5. Still Know My Value

Black History Month What The Hill

February is the shortest month of the year. It's also Black History Month. Hosts, Dre Hill and Heaven Hart sat down with their university's newspaper staff to have a discussion about the importance of black history. In studio, the duo expanded the conversation touching on the difficulties of factual education due to history erasure, films and documentaries, and history being made within this decade. There's more to black history than MLK Jr., Malcolm X, and Rosa Parks.  Resources: bit.ly/ANTIRACISMRESOURCES When They See Us (Netflix) Time: The Kalief Browder Story (Netflix) Record date: February 27, 2020
  1. Black History Month
  2. The Chris Singleton Effect [Forgiveness]

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