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Harriet Cammock

Down To Earth With Harriet Cammock

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Down To Earth With Harriet Cammock discusses current events ranging from politics to education reform to homelessness and sex trafficking. Ms. Cammock also conducts exciting guest interviews featuring recording artists, community leaders, and political movers & shakers. Down To Earth airs live Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays at 10:00 AM Eastern Standard Time on BlogTalkradio.com. You can also find Down To Earth With Harriet Cammock on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Podcasts, and more. As a listener-supported podcast, your contribution helps make Down To Earth possible. Visit Ms. Cammock's website at www.harrietcammock.com/podcast to find out how you can support for as little as $0.99/month. Ms. Cammock is a three-time published author, public speaker, and advocate for an end to violence against women. Visit her website at www.harrietcammock.com to find out more.

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A white male professor from the University of New Hampshire has been booted from the classroom for posing as a ?woman of color? — the latest in a growing trend of race fakers. Craig Chapman allegedly secretly tweeted under... more

For most black Americans descended from enslaved Africans, there's no way of tracing back where their ancestors came from. The slave trade ripped families apart, and records from slave ships and plantations often identified enslaved... more

Grief in this country has always had an equity problem, and 2020 has only amplified the issue, as Black deaths have come in back-to-back blows, from the coronavirus, police brutality, and the natural deaths of those we look up to most.... more

The President has the coronavirus. He and top aides along with members of the Senate, intent on appointing a justice to the SCOTUS took part in an event at which it seemed the coronavirus was. The next 48 hours are critical... more

U.S. President Donald Trump has tested positive for the Coronavirus, the deadly virus that has swept the world. With Trump and his followers claiming that the virus is "nothing to be worried about," where will the country go now that our... more

Many Americans watching the presidential debate earlier this week remarked at the irony of three, elderly white men debating on the merits of the Black Lives Matter movement--with not one actual Black person in sight. H

A new report is exposing the high cost of racism in the U.S. States with the lowest IRS tax audit rates tend to be home to middle income, largely white populations: places like New Hampshire, Wisconsin and Minnesota. On the other hand,... more

Amid raging debates over how Britain reckons with its imperial past, a new report published by Britain's National Trust identifies over 93 places that were built, benefitted from, or connected to the spoils of slavery and colonialism. They... more

With thirty five days to go to the November General elections, America is burning. The impact of the #BreonnaTaylor verdict, has seen a nation torn apart by a man hell-bent on retaining power, doing everything to stoke the fires of racial unrest.... more

The Windrush scandal, along with the Black Lives Matter movement have both altered the perceptions of the colonial English "mother country." Windrush refers to the name of the ship that took Caribbean migrants from nation states like... more
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