Perspective With Ted Winn



Perspective is a podcast that will have honest conversations with art creators, politicians, social justice activists, domestic abuse survivors, religious figures and a host of other interesting people. These dialogues will reflect journeys through the minds of some of the most prolific people of our time. Well discover what they think and believe and why they think and believe it. This podcast will unlock the power of perspective.


  • Perspective Podcast CNN political analyst, USA Today Columnist With Kirsten Powers

    17/03/2022 Duración: 01h16min

    In this episode of Perspective, Ted speaks with CNN political analyst, USA Today Columnist and author Kirsten Powers about her most recent book, "Saving Grace: Speak Your Truth, Stay Centered, and Learn To Coexist With People Who Drive You Nuts".  They peel back the complex layers of the deep political divide in America, how that has impacted families and how people who are feeling marginalized should respond.   Winn learns who and what shaped Powers into the empathetic, anti-racist, critical thinkier she is today. The discussion is a heartfelt, eye opening exploration of how Americans can live in two very different countries and have very different lived experiences at the same time and in the same geographical location.   Kirsten defines race and details how grace can be given and received differently based on the context of each person's life. This conversation is informative, honest and one that many Americans should experience.    Follow Kirsten Powers on Twitter: @KirstenPowers   Follow Kirsten Powers

  • Mental Health With Licensed Professional Counselor, Brittany Phillips

    09/03/2022 Duración: 59min

    In this episode of Perspective, Ted speaks with Licensed Professional Counselor, Brittany Phillips about the importance of mental health. The discussion ranges from trauma to treatment. Phillips helps deconstruct the stigma around seeing a therapist and how important that step is in gaining and maintaining a healthy mental space. Ted & Brittany also address the normalization of corporal punishment in American families. Is it violent and harmful or a useful disciplinary tool? Americans, especially Black men, are seeing an alarming uptick in death by suicide. There are myriad reasons for this. This episode will look at some possible causes and propose solution options. This exchange is meant to spark conversations & encourage more engagement with the right mental health professional.

  • ”A Black Experience In A White Evangelical World ”with Guest Dante Stewart

    03/03/2022 Duración: 01h25min

    In this episode of Perspective, Ted has a conversation with author, educator, preacher, Dante Stewart about his journey through predominantly White faith spaces. In "Shoutin' In The Fire: An American Epistle, Stewart chronicles his experience as a Black preacher serving at a White Evangelical Church in the age of Trump. Dante discusses the microagression and overt racism to which he was subjected. Winn and Stewart also discuss race in religion and how that shapes much of societies perceived norms and expectations.    The exchange between Ted and Dante highlights the importance of Black authors and Black literature in faith based spaces. They delve into the differences between Black Liberation Theology and faith teachings that center whiteness. From Bell Hooks to James Cone, they will lead the listener through a litany of authors and books that are incredibly power and important to the lived experiences of Black folks. This dialogue is enlightening, engaging and encouraging.      Follow Dante Stewart on Twitte

  • Dr. Rodney Coates & The Truth About Critical Race Theory

    23/02/2022 Duración: 01h04min

    This episode of Perspective with Ted Winn seeks to dispel the misinformation about Critical Race Theory. Ted speaks with Dr. Rodney Coates who is a Professor of Critical Race and Ethnic Studies in the Global and Intercultural Studies Department at Miami University of Ohio. Dr. Coates is also a public sociologist and co-author of "The Matrix of Race: Social Construction, Intersectionality, and Inequality".     Dr. Coates clearly defines what Critical Race Theory is and where it's being taught. He and Ted discuss why conservative strategist Christopher Rufo intentionally misdefined Critical Race Theory and weaponized that misinformation for political gain. Winn and Coates discuss bias and also unpack institutional racism and how that impacts marginalized people. This conversation will leave the listener properly informed and equipped to have substantive conversation about Critical Race Theory.   Follow Dr. Rodney Coates on Twittrer @RodneyCoates3 Follow Dr. Rodney Coates on Instagram @rodneyc1966 Follow Dr.

  • Thoughts of a Colored Man

    16/02/2022 Duración: 01h12min

    In this episode of Perspective, host Ted Winn talks with Conscious Lee about issues of race, misogyny and toxic masculinity. Conscious Lee is an educator at The University of Oklahoma, co-host of the Chop Up Shop podcast, a public speaker and a social media influencer who constantly challenges people to think more critically about a range of issues. With a social media following that includes 75K followers on Twitter, over 220K followers on Instagram and upwards of 1.7 million on TikTok, his sphere of influence is clear.   During this conversation Ted & Conscious Lee discuss racism within political parties, misogyny, toxic masculinity and the context of queerphobic language. The two delve deep into the ways in which men are socialized and conditioned, how men are expected to perform as a result of that conditioning and what we can do to deconstruct ideas that aren't helpful to men developing in a way that sees all other gender expressions as equal. Conscious Lee also addresses how he is raising his daugh

  • “The Politics of Race In America”

    02/02/2022 Duración: 01h13min

    In this episode of Perspective, Ted has a conversation with political commentator, author, lawyer, educator and TV personality Keith Boykin. During this exchange, they discuss Keith's most recent book, "The Politics of a Darkening America, Race Against Time", voting rights, the current political climate and how many White Americans are responding to the idea of losing power.    Keith speaks about the inspiration and purpose of his book. He addresses the ways in which many are misrepresenting Critical Race Theory in an effort to avoid conversations about the racist history of America. Boykin and Winn also address the dynamics between Senator Joe Manchin, Senator Kyrsten Sinema and President Joe Biden and how that has impacted the President's agenda.   Ted & Keith's conversation is spirited and engaging. The debate around race, politics and power is permeating America and this will give you a snapshot into how that's impacting different segments of the population.   Keith is on Twitter (@keithboykin)   Kei

  • Kevin Marshall

    29/05/2018 Duración: 01h23min
  • Damien Conners

    22/05/2018 Duración: 01h12min
  • Shawnda Chapman Brown

    17/05/2018 Duración: 01h13min
  • Cooper James

    08/05/2018 Duración: 52min
  • Kirk Franklin

    01/05/2018 Duración: 46min
  • Jesse Lipscombe

    25/04/2018 Duración: 50min
  • Keith Boykin

    17/04/2018 Duración: 01h08min
  • Cheryl Fortune

    10/04/2018 Duración: 01h11min
  • Michael Bonner

    03/04/2018 Duración: 01h25min