Family First #Courageous Conversations

Family First #Courageous Conversations What happens when a multi-racial family that has never talked about race is forced to do so? By one of its bi-racial family members? We find out in part 2 of our series #Courageous Conversations. In the wake of George Floyd‘s death and massive protests confronting police brutality and racism, Tonya…

Dialogue, Diversity & Solutions

Dialogue, Diversity & Solutions With Guest David Eisner If ever there were a moment in history when we are in dire need of diverse dialogue that leads to solutions, this is it. Many of you might not have heard of Convergence, but you need to know about its work and how its methodology can help…

The Tulsa Race Massacre: 99 Years Later

The Tulsa Race Massacre: 99 Years Later Photos Courtesy of The University of Tulsa, McFarlin Library Archives For White Americans seeking to understand the depth of Black America‚Äôs pain and anger, the Tulsa Race Massacre is a good place to start. My guest today, Reggie Turner, produced and directed a documentary with first person accounts…

Starting Where We Are #CourageousConversations

The events of the last few weeks have been a catalyst for humans around the world to engage in courageous conversations that have the capacity to change our culture. Open, raw, necessary and difficult dialogue about racism, discrimination, police brutality, prejudice and privilege. White privilege, to be exact. Rarely discussed in “mixed company” and typically…

It Comes With A Price

It Comes With A Price with Guest Dr. Ron Inge For decades he struggled to find the words. They were always there, bubbling up just beneath the surface, but they had to stay hidden for the sake of his safety and his sanity. It took the murder of George Floyd and the resulting, massive outcry…