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S2 Ep3: BLM One Year On, Toxic Masculinity, Healing and Honouring Women | Daniel Edmund You can pre-order my debut book, The Good Ally, via your favourite bookseller or online now: https://www.waterstones.com/book/the-good-ally/nova-reid/9780008439484



One year on from the murder of George Floyd which sparked global Black Lives Matter Protests we explore what has changed and what has stayed the same.

In this episode I have the pleasure of talking to fellow TED talk and podcaster Daniel Edmund, a dynamic speaker, presenter and social entrepreneur committed to leading this generation to a more inclusive and equitable world for all people.



I offer a content warning as we explore themes of suicide and drug use. Racist and homophobic language are also used to depict some of Daniel's lived experience.



We discuss everything from mental health, gender expression, racism in liberal friendships and toxic masculinity. We also explore our shared commitment to collective healing through anti-racism work. Daniel also led powerful protests in Bristol during the Black Lives Matter resurgence following the murder of George Floyd in summer 2020 and we talk about what that period of time was like for him, what has changed and what has stayed the same.  

It's a deeply raw, honest and moving episode and I encourage those of you engaging in anti racism work to sit with any discomfort our conversation brings up. 
 
To find out more about Daniel and his work and his podcast "Gender Unfiltered' you can follow him on instagram danieledmund and visit his site danieledmund.com 
 
Links to the Black women and women of colour who have supported Daniel with collective healing including but not limited to: 
Maya Kalaria- mayakalaria.com 

Josiane Smith - https://www.linkedin.com/in/josianesmith/ 
Rachel Edmund - www.instagram.com/rroselc 
Jennifer McGeever - https://www.instagram.com/j_wenghan/

In memory of George Floyd please visit: https://www.georgefloydmemorialfoundation.org

If you are ready to do the inner work and learn to be actively anti racist please visit my website for further details about joining other change-makers on my online course: Becoming Anti-Racist with Nova Reid 

https://novareid.com/services/anti-racism-course/ 


Don't forget if you learn something and these add value you can join my podcast community over on Patreon to support this work. https://www.patreon.com/novareid.


If this podcast resonates with you, please leave a review.
S2 - Ep.4 - Daniel Edmund - Masculinity This week I’m in London with Daniel Edmund (@danieledmund). Daniel is the Co-Founder of a company called Milk for Tea that works to progress men's wellbeing and personal development, whilst promoting modern ideas of masculinity.

Milk for Tea’s aim is to help men live in the fullness of their potential, for everyone's benefit. Through workshops, coaching and community work they support and encourage men to find their truest identity, recognise their value and live out their purpose.

Once you hear Daniel’s backstory, you’ll understand his journey to becoming the stirring mentor and speaker he is today. Daniel and his company are passionate about not only keeping men alive, but helping them to thrive.

This episode is sponsored by Mahabis, who produce footwear for time well spent. Underpinning their brand ethos is the core idea of ‘me time’ and the importance of self-care, all of which plays a key part in fostering and maintaining a healthy and positive sense of wellbeing. A discount code is available in the show (for T&Cs visit https://mahabis.com/pages/terms-conditions).

The show is produced in support of the Movember Foundation, a high-profile charity who are changing the face of men’s health on a global scale and who fund life-changing mental health projects around the world.
Ep 2 - Daniel Edmund | 'Milk For Tea' , Mens Health and Mindset For episode two I am joined by Daniel Edmund. Daniel is a true gentleman and is one half of the incredible movement and company ‘Milk For Tea’

‘Milk For Tea’ exists to help men live to their full potential through workshops, coaching and community work while supporting them to find their truest identity, recognise their value and live out their purpose.

We delve deep and ‘Get To Grips’ with Daniels childhood having grown up in Washington DC and discussed his past experiences with Drugs and difficult periods in his life where he questioned his own true identity.

We explore the concept of what it is to be a man in society today and the pressures that often come with it knowing that we are still faced with Suicide being the single biggest killer in men under the age of 45 in the UK.

Daniel is also a talented running athlete having represented the US in athletics and holds multiple titles, championships and wins under his belt so we chat about his roots in this field.

I hope you enjoy this slightly extended episode.

As part of the ‘Get A Grip Music’ channel over on Spotify I asked Daniel what song ‘Fires Him Up’ and what song ‘Chills Him Out’ Head over to the Spotify channel to give them a play.

Fire Up - MK- Look Right Through
Chill Out- Bonobo - Kerala

You can find out more about Milk For Tea over at;

Instagram: @milkfortea
Facebook: Milk For Tea
Website: www.milkfortea.com
011: Daniel Edmund speaks on Edward Colston, the BLM movement and toxic masculinity Season One, Episode Eleven: Daniel Edmund @danieledmund

This interview, this conversation, genuinely moved me so much. Race and gender, toxic masculinity, identity and mental health are all topics I consider regularly and care about deeply. That being said, I learned so much from Daniel. I love this episode.
Daniel opened the speeches at Bristol's Black Lives Matter protest that has since received global coverage thanks to the removal of the Edward Colston statue. It is this same spirit, passion and drive that has compelled Daniel to launch his own podcast called Race and Gender.

His perspective on the intersection of race and gender is insightful and necessary. The social-enterprise he co-founded has progressed his nuanced understanding of masculinity, the confines that society puts onto men and how that negatively effects people in day-to-day life. Daniel is extremely honest and vulnerable as he talks of his own journey with teenage grief due to not feeling accepted. A lot of insight and fuel to want to make positive change.
ALSO!! DANIEL HAS HIS OWN PODCAST OUT NOW ON SPOTIFY! It's called 'Race &amp; Gender Unfiltered by Daniel Edmund'. Support Daniel's incredible work by going and giving it a listen. https://open.spotify.com/show/4tCRg4mwEUBAhp8COgdfay?si=qGXb7k0XTKKrnu9f1kI_NA
References:
https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-bristol-53218687
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bGQBkORJglc
Annie Mac interviewing Marvin Rees, Bristol’s Mayor: https://open.spotify.com/episode/3PdxTEd1B1MXUjRln2uv0d?si=j8NpK7bjTauceUp9dhP26Q
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Masculinity in the UK vs the US | Same Issues, Different Accent w/ Daniel Edmund In this week's episode we call up our first international guest! You'll be hearing a conversation with Daniel Edmund, the Co-Founder of Milk For Tea.  Daniel is a speaker and coach who is passionate about serving the male community in the UK and seeing men transformed from the inside out.   This conversation is important for a number of reasons:    1) Jeremy and Daniel both went to Hampton University together, but this is their first time speaking 2) Daniel talks about his experiences growing up in Maryland and the differences if any between masculinity in the UK vs the US 3) We talk about why healthy conversations around sex and consent and important and how Milk For Tea achieves does this with their work 4) How Daniel and Milk for Tea maintain their integrity while working inside the "manconomy" 5) Near the end, we entertain a brief discussion of whether or not toxic masculinity in sports can ever be considered a good thing.     Resources mentioned in this week's episode: Masculinity and my Black male experience - Daniel Edmund for The Bristol Cable Modern Men: Life Doesn't Have To Be Short | Daniel Edmund | TEDxBristol Inside the Manconomy - Men's Health We’ve offered free therapy to black men. The response has been overwhelming. | (Black Men Heal feature in the Philadelphia Inquirer) Questions I regularly ask myself when I'm outraged about injustice by @prisonculture   Follow Daniel on Twitter & Instagram and check out his organization: Milk for Tea's when you're done.  Follow Let's Talk Bruh on Twitter & Instagram Join our Men's Facebook Group here: Let's Talk Bruh Facebook Group Email us your questions/comments/feedback at letstalkbruh@gmail.com and we'll read and respond to your email on an upcoming episode
S2 - Ep.4 - Daniel Edmund - Masculinity This week I’m in London with Daniel Edmund (@danieledmund). Daniel is the Co-Founder of a company called Milk for Tea that works to progress men's wellbeing and personal development, whilst promoting modern ideas of masculinity.

Milk for Tea’s aim is to help men live in the fullness of their potential, for everyone's benefit. Through workshops, coaching and community work they support and encourage men to find their truest identity, recognise their value and live out their purpose.

Once you hear Daniel’s backstory, you’ll understand his journey to becoming the stirring mentor and speaker he is today. Daniel and his company are passionate about not only keeping men alive, but helping them to thrive.

This episode is sponsored by Mahabis, who produce footwear for time well spent. Underpinning their brand ethos is the core idea of ‘me time’ and the importance of self-care, all of which plays a key part in fostering and maintaining a healthy and positive sense of wellbeing. A discount code is available in the show (for T&Cs visit https://mahabis.com/pages/terms-conditions).

The show is produced in support of the Movember Foundation, a high-profile charity who are changing the face of men’s health on a global scale and who fund life-changing mental health projects around the world.
Stories of Migration - Daniel Castro Garcia & Edmund Clark The seventh episode of Foam Talks features Foam Talent Daniel Garcia Castro in conversation with Edmund Clark, who works as an artist and lecturer. The starting point of this episode is his project Foreigner which aims to contribute to the debate around migration by providing collaborators and subjects the opportunity to share their own personal accounts.

Foam produced this episode as part of a mini-series called Stories of Migration. In this series, we welcome three artists whose work evolves around questions of migration, identity and belonging. From their individual perspectives and personal histories, the artists reflect on ethnicity, place, marginalisation, memory and constructions of the self. They all present different cultural and political perspectives that complement each other and create a poly vocal rendition of migration. The conversations are hosted by Elisa Medde, Editor-in-Chief of Foam Magazine.

Concept: Elisa Medde and Amelie Schüle

Production: Nordin Janssen

Mastering, Mixing & Music: Andersen Audio Productions
'It's a joy to work with Daniel Farke!' - An Interview with Edmund Riemer Norwich City's assistant head coach Edmund Riemer joins Sam for a chat about life before Norwich City before then reviewing his time at the club and what it's like working closely with Daniel Farke.