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Does the Discrimination of Blacks and Disabled Matter?Ask Dr. Applewhite

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ASK Dr Applewhite

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The ASK Dr. Applewhite Radio Talk Show is produced by the Adult Learners/Students and Veterans of White Apple Institute.Your one-time or monthly recurring tax-deductible donation of any amount to White Apple Institute (a Veteran operated nonprofit 501-c-3) will support our outreach via radio broadcasts, Internet/Social Media,seminars and events for those categorized as "nontraditional" and “underserved”,Visit

Do you believe ALL lives matter? Even Blacks and Disabled? Ask Dr. Applewhite and special guest Professor Kelmer Muhammad respond to listteners about discrimination and more...  The term discrimination is too often associated with racism versus disability.  However, we can’t ignore the many Adult Learners/ Students managing classes, parenting and work schedules, disability (learning/mental/nonvisible and physical) and institutional racism.Your feedback is appreciated at

Thank you for supporting and sharing our mission to help Adult Learners/Students and Veterans with disabilities succeed in education and the workforce.We are changing the perception of disabled to differently-abled to minimize Dropout from school, work, and life!   This show is a rerun that aired previously on Students Discuss the Reality of Discrimination. 12-6-14.

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