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  • 00:31

    How To Talk About Race Relations

    in Culture

    Special guest, Herman King, joins Anastasia and Jack as they introduce a new track for their Possible Society In Motion Radio Show with this program; a format with special guests, designed to help bring the embryonic success of the New Horizons' Coffee House Conversations On Race Relations in Frederick, to this online radio show.


    Featuring guests who are already becoming actively involved participants and supporters of the Coffee House Conversations on Race Relations series in Frederick, Maryland, this program addition will take the local conversation beyond that geographical confine with the hope that the renewed vitality of community involvement and unity developing there can spread to other communities. 


    Special programs will feature guests who will bring distinctive commentary from their unique perspectives and experiences in moving beyond local polarization within a community that is beginning to shift out of stagnation and into "motion" to heal the wounds of stereotyping, racism and police brutality. 


    Join Anastasia and Jack as they set this new track in motion with special guest, Herman King. To introduce this new format, Anastasia, Jack and Herman discuss the "how" and "how not" of conversations on race relations.


     

  • 01:01

    Race Relations

    in Politics

    URC discusses race relations with the nation.

  • 00:39

    Rev. Valerie Faust about race relations in Albany

    in Politics

    Reverand Valerie Faust about race relations in Albany

  • 02:01

    Church of Reality 71: Race Relations

    in News

    You can cut the tension in America with a knife and the topic of race is always at the forefront of discussion. Join us tonight as the COR Hosts (a White Man, a Black Woman, and a Black/White Man) discuss race relations in America and around the world. 

  • 02:47

    "Race Relations: Being a Black Man in White America"

    in Radio

     


    Whether it’s being targeted by overzealous, racist police officers, discriminatory supervisors in the workplace, ignorant "niggas" looking to rob/kill us in the streets, white women clutching their purses when passing by, or our ancestors being kidnapped, lynched and enslaved…Historically, black men have always had to work twice as hard to get just as far as other races. To hear a rebroadcast of our special on ""Being a BLACK Man in WHITE America", tune into “The Dedan Tolbert Show” TONIGHT at 9:00pm EST by calling 646 200 0366 or listen online worldwide at www.dedantolbertshow.com. “Real Radio that Matters”.

  • 01:13

    FERGUSON: Race & Race Relations In America

    in Current Events

    Ferguson: Race & Race Relations In The United States


    The panel will discuss present day racism and interaction between the African American community and the police in light of recent, highly publicized, controversial police shootings of African American men. The panel members will offer various perspectives, solutions and observations based upon their field of work and/or expertise.

  • 00:30
  • 00:31

    Race relations under President Obama with Bob Parks

    in Politics

    GUEST:  Bob Parks, editor of Black & Right......we will discuss the state of race relations in the US in year 7 of President Obama..............


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  • 00:33

    Leaning Into Conversations On Race Relations: A Love Story

    in Culture

    Anastasia and Jack launch their 2015 program series with a discussion on the unfolding story behind the scenes of a local Coffee House Conversations On Race Relations project.The project, which is intended to be the first step of a possible county-wide effort, is being organized by New Horizons Support Network, sponsors of the Possible Society In Motion Radio Show.


    As Anastasia recounts, the Dark and the Light sides of community participants are already surfacing in these early stages as personalities and personal agendas present themselves in the planning for the project.


    Anastasia shares some of the challenges she has been experiencing as lead coordinator of the project. And how lessons she has learned in co-hosting the Possible Society In Motion Radio Show are now serving to assist her in surmounting obstacles as they are arising. 


    Again, listeners are invited to take this topic to a deeper, more personal level with Anastasia and Jack in their call-in conference discussion at: 712.432.0600, access code 640883 (also recorded), following the broadcast portion of the show.

  • 00:48

    Dr. Robin Di'Angelo Talks Race Relations and Author Letisha Galloway Joins RLRF

    in National

    Dr. Robin DiAngelo is a former Associate Professor of Education. Her scholarship is in White Racial Identity and Race Relations. In addition to her academic work, Dr. DiAngelo has extensive experience as a workplace consultant in issues of race relations and racial justice. She helped design the City of Seattle’s Race & Social Justice Initiative training. She currently serves as Director of Equity at Senior Services, Seattle. She has numerous publications and just released her second book, “What Does it Mean to be White?: Developing White Racial Literacy.  Her work on White Fragility has been featured in Alternet, Salon.com, NPR, and Colorlines.


    Letisha Galloway is from Woodstown, New Jersey and currently resides in Delaware. She obtained a Bachelor of Science degree in Criminal Justice from Wilmington University. She obtained a Master of Science degree in Administration of Human Services from Wilmington University. Ms. Galloway is presently a Senior Social Worker/Case Manager in Delaware.


    Letisha is a poet, author, and speaker. Letisha is regularly involved in bringing awareness to domestic violence. Surviving domestic violence herself, she is a strong advocate for change and protection for those who feel they have no voice. Letisha is active in child abuse prevention activities.


     Letisha is the mother of one, a son she named Jordan who is resting peacefully in the arms of God

  • 02:03

    Race & Relations: The American Judicial System

    in The Bible

    The television is bombarded with images of the injustice of African Americans in this country and while Lady Justice is sitting quietly, turning a blind eye and deaf ear to the continuous pain and unfair mistreatment of African Americans, it's clear that though others may not value the lives of our black youths--something has to be done!


    Bishop McKinney addresses a lot of the concerns that surrounds the judicial system regarding black lives and what we need to do as a community and as a race of people to become economically ahead and not participate in destroying the lives of our fellow black sisters and brothers because it truly is a spiritual warfare!  We must be ahead of the game and stop refusing to be last when everyone who is not of African descent has benefited off of the sweat and blood of our African ancestors.  We must educate ourselves by putting down the video games and picking up a book.  We must empower ourselves by being filled with the spirit of God so that he can direct our footsteps and we must not kill each other, leaving another heartbroken parent to carry the pain of grief because the life of her/his child was snuffed out.


    Did Dr. Martin Luther King and so many march for nothing?  Did Rosa Park refuse to sit in the back of the bus for no reason?  Was Harriet Tubman's Underground Railroad in vain? But more importantly, does Black Lives Matter?