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Our goal is simple—educate white people on Black history. The highest calling of humanity is to love. Whether you know it or not, the racial disparities in our country hurt us. They train us to protect our advantages rather than love others, and that mentality reduces us. New episodes will be released on the 1st and 3rd Wednesdays of each month. Visit us at blackhistoryforwhitepeople.com + for bonus content and the ability to vote for future topics, support us on Patreon at patreon.com/black ...
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We first cover what was going on in the nation before the emancipation proclamation, then zoom in on Texas specifically and what the culture was like, share some stories from the past, and tie the through-line to why and how people celebrate Juneteenth. Bob White story perspective: https://hauntedconroe.com/murder-in-the-courtroom/ Great book on Ju…
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This episode features Katina Stone Butler and her son Jamie (aka Miztick) discussing their innovative product called Hood Sensory - a sensory-friendly hoodie designed for neurodivergent individuals. Follow Hood Sensory on Facebook, Instagram, TikTok, and YouTube Resources Mentioned: Hood Sensory website Denton Black Film Festival Key Learnings: Neu…
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In light of Black Maternal Health Week, this episode revisits key issues in black maternal health with Cessilye Smith, exploring the historical and ongoing role of black midwives through her personal story and discussing the work of entities like Abide Women's Services to better black mothers and infants' health outcomes. Cessilye R. Smith, an insp…
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We're re-airing our episode from last year that began Black History Month and hope that you use this month to learn more about our country. We explore the legacy of one of Black history’s most notable men, Carter G. Woodson. To celebrate Black History Month, we wanted to share the story of the person who literally created what we now know of as “Bl…
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In honor of MLK Jr. Day, we are re-airing our episodes we recorded in 2021. This is part 1 of 2 on the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Visit us at blackhistoryforwhitepeople.com + support us at patreon.com/blackhistoryforwhitepeople. Buy our book on Amazon! $5/month supports us at patreon.com/blackhistoryforwhitepeople. Check us out o…
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In honor of MLK Jr. Day, we are re-airing our episodes we recorded in 2021. This is part 2 of 2 on the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Visit us at blackhistoryforwhitepeople.com + support us at patreon.com/blackhistoryforwhitepeople. Buy our book on Amazon! $5/month supports us at patreon.com/blackhistoryforwhitepeople. Check us out o…
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Two sisters from different cultural backgrounds discuss the beautiful ways in which Black and Indigenous struggles intersect and have the potential to strengthen one another. Lyla June, of the Diné (Navajo) Indigenous Nation and host of Nihizhi Podcast, speaks with Katina. They also have hard conversations about the tragic histories and contemporar…
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About Ally: Ally Henny is the author of I Won’t Shut Up: Finding Your Voice When the World Tries to Silence You. She is a writer, speaker, advocate-minister, and vice president of The Witness: A Black Christian Collective–an organization committed to encouraging, engaging, and empowering Black Christians toward liberation from racism. Ally complete…
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In this eye-opening episode, we journey through George Floyd's life and unveil his struggle with drug addiction and the systemic forces that criminalized him for self-medicating. We expose the corruption within the criminal justice system and private prisons, and delve into Derek Chauvin's chilling history of brutality. As we examine the systemic r…
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In this powerful episode, we dive deep into the life of George Floyd, exploring the systemic racism and discrimination he faced throughout his life, as well as the resilience and sense of community that defined his neighborhood, Cuney Homes. We discuss the oppressive mechanisms used historically to keep black people in a certain position, the impac…
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In this episode, we explore the life and legacy of Hillery Thomas Stewart, an obscure figure in history who managed to purchase his own freedom and acquire over 500 acres of land before the end of slavery. We discuss the impact this would have had on generations of Black people, providing them with opportunities for wealth and stability. We also de…
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Dr. James O. Rodgers, president and principal consultant of The Diversity Coach, believes that effectively managing diversity requires a new approach to managing people. He has seen firsthand how a lack of good management practices can cause chaos and disrupt the workplace, drastically lowering productivity. His goal is to bring diversity managemen…
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Alan Mays is a disabled Army Vet.He and his wife had reached out to local police for help and had filed over 25 reports of vandalism, property theft, harassment, suspicious person on property, and photos of people inside home while the family was away. The couple never received any help for these events. Their home was burnt to the ground and a rac…
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On October 16, 1968, during the medal ceremony at the Mexico City Olympics, Tommie Smith, the gold medal winner in the 200-meter sprint, and John Carlos, the bronze medal winner, stood on the podium in black socks and raised their black-gloved fists to protest racial injustice inflicted upon African Americans. Both men were forced to leave the Olym…
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We interviewed Charity Elder about her new book "POWER: THE RISE OF BLACK WOMEN IN AMERICA." Charity C. Elder is an award-winning journalist and media executive with twenty-plus years working and leading in broadcast and digital newsrooms, as well as an adjunct at Fordham University’s Communication and Media Studies Department. Buy Charity's book: …
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This is a continuation of last week’s episode on Medgar Evers and part two dives into his work with the NAACP. In 1954, Medgar became the field secretary for the state of Mississippi for the NAACP and was incredibly active and energetic, still having the same energy he had in college. He was involved with the Biloxi wade-in, labor organizing, and g…
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In today’s episode we are talking about Medgar Evers. Medgar Evers was a Civil Rights activist from Mississippi and highly involved in a lot of different aspects of the Civil Rights Movement. Although his life ended at 38 years old, he made a great impact on the history and trajectory of the United States. Join us as we examine: His childhood and f…
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In honor of MLK Jr. Day, we are re-airing our episodes we recorded in 2021. This is part 2 of 2 on the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Visit us at blackhistoryforwhitepeople.com + for bonus content, full interviews, and the ability to vote for future topics, $5/month supports us at patreon.com/blackhistoryforwhitepeople. Buy our book …
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In honor of MLK Jr. Day, we are re-airing our episodes we recorded in 2021. This is part 1 of 2 on the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Visit us at blackhistoryforwhitepeople.com + for bonus content, full interviews, and the ability to vote for future topics, $5/month supports us at patreon.com/blackhistoryforwhitepeople. Buy our book …
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For many, images in the media are a primary point of reference for the various characteristics people belonging to other social groups and cultures may possess. Additionally, these images often serve as the most contact individuals may have with people from different social and cultural groups. The Stereotype Project Foundation seeks to deconstruct…
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Emerald Garner wrote this memoir to honor her father, Eric Garner, as she feels that many people forget about the family and how it feels to grieve after experiencing trauma. She has been leading the voice for change ever since the wake of her father’s death. Her powerful and vulnerable essays call for both the transformation of the justice system …
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Indigenous Peoples' Day is celebrated in October and it’s a holiday in the United States that celebrates and honors Native American peoples and commemorates their histories and cultures. We continue this month-long series by exploring more about indigenous peoples' history with boarding schools, the rates of sexual assault, the 2003 commission on C…
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Today is Indigenous Peoples' Day and it’s a holiday in the United States that celebrates and honors Native American peoples and commemorates their histories and cultures. We continue this month-long series by taking a closer look at a few more stories: Little Wolf (The Northern Cheyennes), Red Cloud (one of the Dakota leaders), Chief Mangas (of The…
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Today is Indigenous Peoples' Day and it’s a holiday in the United States that celebrates and honors Native American peoples and commemorates their histories and cultures. We continue this month-long series by taking a closer look at two specific tribes: the Santee Sioux and the Cheyenne. Bury My Heart at Wounded Knee by Dee Brown on Amazon. Buy our…
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Monday, October 10 is Indigenous Peoples' Day and it’s a holiday in the United States that celebrates and honors Native American peoples and commemorates their histories and cultures. We start this short series by taking a glimpse into Christopher Columbus, the formation of native american country, the violence during all of this, and we take a clo…
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Kiara Imani joins us to discuss her book "Therapy Isn't Just For White People." The book is a memoir chronicling her journey to understand the racial trauma experienced by many Black people in America and the underlying effect it has on Black mental health. Through therapy, Imani was introduced to the concept of racial trauma and discovered how her…
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We walk through the life and legacy of one of America's greatest women, Maria Stewart. She's the first known American woman to speak to a mixed audience of men and women, white and black. SSe was also the first African-American woman to make public lectures, as well as to lecture about women's rights and make a public anti-slavery speech Check out …
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We interview Dr. Theresa J. Canada, who is a professor in the Education and Educational Psychology Department at Western Connecticut State University. She is the author of "Desegregation of the New York City Schools: A Story of the Silk Stocking Sisters." The book explores the use of young black and brown children to eliminate segregation in an urb…
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We discuss the life and legacy of Sojourner Truth, a true American hero. For bonus content, full interviews, and the ability to vote for future topics, $5/month supports us at patreon.com/blackhistoryforwhitepeople. Check us out on Twitter @BHforWP and Instagram @BlackHistoryForWhitePeople or freel free to email us at hello@blackhistoryforwhitepeop…
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We discuss Reconstruction with Dr. Eddie S. Glaude, James S. McDonnell Distinguished University Professor and chair of the Department of African American Studies at Princeton University and New York Times bestselling author. He is also the host of the podcast History is US. Key moments in history Glaude and guests will explore include: the collapse…
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According to the Bible, justice is not just police officers enforcing statutory law, but someone coming alongside the suffering and lowely and bringing restoration, order, and thriving. Justice is something every person is called to do in every facet of society. Are you looking to learn more about what the Bible actually says? If you’ve ever tried …
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In this episode, we are continuing to talk about segregation and solidarity within industry. We are going to hear about racial massacres, but also racial solidarity that caused real change. For access to a private Facebook group, bonus content, full interviews, and the ability to vote for future topics, $5/month supports us at patreon.com/blackhist…
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In this episode, we are going to be talking about segregation and solidarity within industry. We are going to hear about racial massacres, but also racial solidarity that caused real change. But before we can understand the story, we need to understand what unions even are. For access to a private Facebook group, bonus content, full interviews, and…
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We are joined by co authors Dr. Christina Edmondson and Chad Brennan to talk about their recent book "Faithful Antiracism." Dr. Christina Barland Edmondson is a higher education instructor and organizational consultant in the areas of ethics, equity, and Christian leadership development. She is also cohost of the Truth's Table podcast. Chad Brennan…
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We talk through the life of Angela Davis who is an American political activist, philosopher, academic, scholar, and author. She is a professor at the University of California, Santa Cruz. This is part 2 so if you haven't listened to part 1 please go back and listen before listening to this one. For access to a private Facebook group, bonus content,…
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We talk through the life of Angela Davis who is an American political activist, philosopher, academic, scholar, and author. She is a professor at the University of California, Santa Cruz. For access to a private Facebook group, bonus content, full interviews, and the ability to vote for future topics, $5/month supports us at patreon.com/blackhistor…
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We interview Dr. Tara Green about respectability. She's an award-winning teacher-mentor-scholar who has degrees in English from Louisiana State University (M.A., Ph.D) and Dillard University (BA). With nearly twenty-five years of teaching experience, she is currently Professor and former Director (2008-2016) of African American and African Diaspora…
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We interview Dr. Kwasi Konadu about a recent article he wrote entitled "The 13th Amendment’s fatal flaw created modern-day convict slavery." Kwasi Konadu is John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Endowed Chair and Professor at Colgate University, where he teaches courses in African history and on worldwide African histories and cultures. With extensive…
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We explore the legacy of Sidney Poitier, Bahamian American actor, director, and producer who broke the color barrier in the U.S. motion-picture industry by becoming the first African American to win an Academy Award for best actor (for Lilies of the Field [1963]) and the first Black movie star. He also redefined roles for African Americans by rejec…
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We explore the legacy of Ida B. Wells. She was an African American journalist, abolitionist and feminist who led an anti-lynching crusade in the US. She went on to found and become integral in groups striving for African American justice. Crusade for Justice: The Autobiography of Ida B. Wells - Ida B. Wells For access to a private Facebook group, b…
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(This is Part 1 of 2) We begin to explore the beginnings of one of the most controversial medical studies held in America: The Tuskegee Syphilis Study. Killing the Black Body: Race, Reproduction, and the Meaning of Liberty Medical Apartheid: The Dark History of Medical Experimentation on Black Americans from Colonial Times to the Present Bad Blood:…
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(This is part 2 of 2) We begin to explore the beginnings of one of the most controversial medical studies held in America: The Tuskegee Syphilis Study. Killing the Black Body: Race, Reproduction, and the Meaning of Liberty Medical Apartheid: The Dark History of Medical Experimentation on Black Americans from Colonial Times to the Present Bad Blood:…
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We explore the legacy of one of Black history’s most notable men, Carter G. Woodson. To celebrate Black History Month, we wanted to share the story of the person who literally created what we now know of as “Black History Month,” Carter G. Woodson. The Mis-Education of the Negro - Carter G. Woodson For access to a private Facebook group, bonus cont…
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We explore the financial costs of racism and what it means for everyone in our country and even the world. For access to a private Facebook group, bonus content, full interviews, and the ability to vote for future topics, $5/month supports us at patreon.com/blackhistoryforwhitepeople. Check us out on Twitter @BHforWP and Instagram @BlackHistoryForW…
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We are joined by Dr. Baruti Kopano. Dr. Kopano is Professor and Department Chair of the Department of Multiplatform Production in the School of Global Journalism and Communication at Morgan State University. He received his Ph.D. in English and his research interests include popular culture, Black masculinity, and African Americans in the radio ind…
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