April 28, 2018 - Mouthy Messy and Mandatory Podcast- Katie and Ronit welcome Adana Protonentis to dish on Cosby, the Loving Generation, Black Girl Magic, and why social justice can’t be achieved by baby steps. #ThatIshIsHolisticYall

Katie Anthony and Ronit Feinglass Plank talk feminism, family, funny broads, fantastic dames, and so many other f-words in this mouthy, messy, mandatory weekly podcast.

May 4, 2018 - Ronit, Katie, and Adana discuss Kanye’s recent “free thinking,” alternatives to calling things crazy, bananas, or nuts, and why on Earth Charlie Rose really can’t keep it in his pants.


April 9 - 2018 - Office of Education Ombuds, Powerful Partnerships Webinar - Carrie Basas, Director of OEO, chats with parents Manuhuia Barcham and Adana Protonentis about strategies for navigating and improving the family-school relationship.

Adana is a skilled race and equity trainer whose storytelling not only visually helps the audience understand the important teaching moments, but also grow empathy and actively practice accepting lived experiences of people of color as truth. Adana is an excellent facilitator, disabilities advocate and engaged policy change maker for WA’s children. She has an acute pulse on WA and national trends, data and gaps in data to balance the storytelling which draws in the audience with a comprehensive skills building and empathic experience. Adana’s gift of intersectional narration allows the audience to connect on many different aspects and unpack the complexities that racism is designed to separate groups and create adversarial binaries. Adana interrupts old multicultural information and diversity talk and pushes the audience with great care to move into understanding the power analysis of systemic racism and oppression. She is humorous , personable and an impacting equity leader in early education, parenting, disability justice and anti-racism.
— Amy H. Pak Founder, Executive Director, Familes of Color Seattle (FOCS)