QUICK SHIFT - Tonight's original topic will be postponed. We thank our guests for shifting with us. Tonight we're riding without our driver, Donna M. Butler unless we find her on the side of the road but will pick up a couple of titanium links, Christina Steinorth, author of Cue Cards For Life and Deborah Lee, friend of the hosts and hopefully Tara Kennedy Kline, host and author of Stop Raising Einstein will slide in to turn a few corners. It's all about the attitude and how you shift through life's speed bumps and unexpected turns! We'll have a grab bag of topics tonight so it should be a hoot.
Racism is bad enough but there's an attitude many don't even realize that is prevalant and that is racism within your own race. Donna runs into this constantly and wanted to get to the bottom of this and shift some serious attitudes this week.
Joining our panel is Jonathan R. Miller, an author who writes literary fiction featuring multicultural characters. His latest work is called Delivery and available at http://jonathanrmiller.com/ . Jonathan is a biracial man who grew up in a two-culture household and he experienced race on race racism first hand.
Leslie Flowers, a personal growth and development expert, joins us. Leslie has lived in North Carolina for 40 years and she's felt the pain of discrimination being Jew in Winston-Salem during the Eichmann Trials. We are taking calls from the audience tonight to hear their stories of race on race racism. 1-914-803-4530 press 1 to connect to the host.
Brought to you by the ever shifting attitudes of Donna M Butler and Siobhan Shaw.
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