Guest: Emily Richards
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3d ago
Emily Richards, a dynamic Episcopal priest, speaks to her life experience, religious calling and social justice from three unique personal perspectives as a young woman growing up in White privilege in the South, severely disabled from youth, who became the mother of an adopted daughter of color ..read more
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Guest: E. Ethelbert Miller, "Master of Metaphor"
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2M ago
E. Ethelbert Miller, a literary activist and prolific, award-winning poet, recounts his long history of racial justice advocacy with the same richness that imbues his poetry, some of which he reads. You will hear a blend of Black history, jazz, baseball and humor, filled with metaphors and stories, in this wide-ranging discussion ..read more
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Guest: Andrew Maraniss, "Strong Inside"
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3M ago
Andrew Maraniss, a best-selling author of narrative fiction for adults and teens, leads a discussion about the intersection of sports and social justice. The jumping off point for this lively podcast is his incredibly well-researched, award-winning book about the life and times of Perry Wallace, the first Black basketball player in the Southeast Conference ..read more
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Guest: Nick Montalto, "Immigration & Diversity Dynamics "
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4M ago
Dr. Nicholas V. Montalto, an expert in American immigration and ethnic history, is an accomplished manager, trainer, consultant, researcher, speaker and author. He talks to us about his life’s work helping Americans understand the value immigrants bring to our country and finding solutions to the policy challenges caused by our ever-changing diversity ..read more
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Guest: Nisha Anand, "Boundary Buster"
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5M ago
Nisha Anand, a self-professed progressive, builds bridges to find common ground through unlikely partnerships with conservatives. Her life’s mission is to create solutions that promote social and racial justice in three focused areas: criminal justice reform; green economy; and tech equity. This narrative of this storyteller, organizer and policy expert is hopeful and refreshing ..read more
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Guest: Jimmy Chong, Esq. "The Guy I Want on My Side in Court" (Part 1)
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6M ago
Jimmy Chong, a son of non-English speaking immigrant South Korean parents, fought his way through grade school in reaction to anti-Asian bullying. Now a busy lawyer, his fierce, thoughtful advocacy for racial harmony and honest opinions on violence against the AAPI community and “Model Minority” labeling are telling ..read more
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Guest: Jimmy Chong, Esq. "The Guy I Want on My Side in Court" (Part 2)
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by Race to Social Justice
6M ago
Jimmy Chong, a son of non-English speaking immigrant South Korean parents, fought his way through grade school in reaction to anti-Asian bullying. Now a busy lawyer, his fierce, thoughtful advocacy for racial harmony and honest opinions on violence against the AAPI community and “Model Minority” labeling are telling ..read more
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Guests: Russell Johnson & Warren Hilton, "Ebony and Ivory"
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7M ago
Dr. Warren Hilton and Russ Johnson, Board Chair and CEO, respectively, of HealthSpark Foundation, discuss how a Black/White leadership partnership is shaping transformative racial and social equity change in Montgomery County, Pennsylvania ..read more
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Guest: Ray Solomon, "The Wisdom of Solomon" (Part II)
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8M ago
Ray Solomon (Part II) shares diversity, equity and inclusion challenges he faced as dean of a law school and, from the perspective of a former president of a synagogue, his reactions to the Congregation Beth Israel hostage incident in Colleyville, Texas, just days before our podcast was recorded ..read more
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Guest: Ray Solomon, "The Wisdom of Solomon" (Part I)
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10M ago
Ray Solomon, a legal history scholar, recounts his early years growing up in the Mississippi delta region of Arkansas, the location of a September 19, 1919 Elena Massacre of 200 Black people, an event which generated a U.S. Supreme Court case that laid the foundation for the landmark U.S. Supreme Court Brown v. Board of Education case ..read more
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