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Challenging Racial Battle Fatigue with Dr. William A. Smith

Challenging Racial Battle Fatigue with Dr. William A. Smith

According to Dr. William A. Smith, black folks and people of color suffer from racial battle fatigue, which can be likened to the accumulation of Post Traumatic Slave Syndrome (PTSS) that Dr. Joy DeGruy previously discussed on my show. Think about a ...

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Rachel Dolezal is in Full Color

Rachel Dolezal is in Full Color

Rachel Dolezal came into the spotlight in 2015, when the media revealed that she was a white person living her life as a black woman. This gained her both praise and criticism from a lot of people, but what many ...

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Ambassador Suzan Johnson Cook

Ambassador Suzan Johnson Cook

Ambassador Suzan Johnson Cook was the first woman and first African American to hold the position of US Ambassador at Large for International Religious Freedom. Appointed by President Barack Obama and Secretary Hillary Clinton, she is a 3rd Generation Business ...

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The 6 Million FacebookLIKES Man: Kumi Rauf on ILoveBeingBlack

The 6 Million FacebookLIKES Man: Kumi Rauf on ILoveBeingBlack

The 6 Million Facebook LIKES Man: Kumi Rauf on IloveBeingBlack Social Media Strategist and World Traveler How do you get six million likes on Facebook in just a few years? If this is something that you’ve been wondering about, you ...

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Decoding White Fragility with Dr. Robin DiAngelo

Decoding White Fragility with Dr. Robin DiAngelo

When people talk about racism, they usually focus on the problems and discrimination that persons of color (POC) deal with on a day-to-day basis. But, while doing this is important, they should not forget to focus on the other side ...

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Turning the Tide with Dr. Kathy Obear

Turning the Tide with Dr. Kathy Obear

What do you usually do when you encounter difficult situations at work? What do you do when you get berated by your boss, argue with a co-worker, or hear from someone that a colleague is talking negatively about you behind ...

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Dr. Gabriel Oyibo and the Grand Unified Theorem

Dr. Gabriel Oyibo and the Grand Unified Theorem

  Dr. Gabriel Oyibo obtained his PhD in Mathematics and Aeronautics from the Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute in Troy, New York, where he worked for 4 years on research sponsored by NASA/AFOSR and made several contributions in mathematics, aerodynamics, aircraft design ...

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The Cat I Know Book by Joi Artis Williams

The Cat I Know Book by Joi Artis Williams

In her book, The Cat I Know, Joi Artis Williams mustered up the courage need to let us into the secret lives of her family and what it was living with the legendary “Big Cat” of the Chicago Bears. Celebrities ...

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“You Are Smarter Than You Think” by Renee Mollan Masters

“You Are Smarter Than You Think” by Renee Mollan Masters

About three decades ago while working on producing a parenting show for the Public Broadcasting Service (PBS), Masters discovered the research conducted by Dr. Howard Gardner from Harvard University. Though she already had a profound experience as she was reading it, ...

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Yasmin Lee – Beyond the Stereotype

Yasmin Lee – Beyond the Stereotype

It was only recently when the LGBT community came out in full force, regardless if society was ready to accept them or not. In the past, members of the third sex hide their real identity in fear of discrimination and ...

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