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Black History for White People

A History, Society and Culture podcast
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We continue our series on Mass Incareration.Mass Incarceration: The Whole Pie 2020The New Jim Crow (Mass Incarceration in the Age of Colorblindness)Serial Season 3EJI: Criminal Justice ReformFor access to a private Facebook group, bonus content
We continue our series on Mass Incareration.Mass Incarceration: The Whole Pie 2020The New Jim Crow (Mass Incarceration in the Age of Colorblindness)Serial Season 3EJI: Criminal Justice ReformFor access to a private Facebook group, bonus content
Conservative Evangelicals are known for voting on the basis of pro-life. But that isn’t what originally catapulted them into politics. In today’s story, a religion professor attends a strange meeting that ultimately sends him on a quest to unco
We continue our series on Mass Incareration.Mass Incarceration: The Whole Pie 2020The New Jim Crow (Mass Incarceration in the Age of Colorblindness)Serial Season 3EJI: Criminal Justice ReformFor access to a private Facebook group, bonus content
We begin our series on the topic by setting up some helpful information you’ll want to refer to in future episodes. We discuss some statistics regarding our criminal justice system, compare our efforts with those of other countries in regards t
We’re joined by Adam Griffin who’s a pastor at Eastside Community Church in East Dallas and has an educational background studying the historical context of racial division Dallas.To continue our East Dallas series, we drove around with Adam to
We’re joined by Adam Griffin who’s a pastor at Eastside Community Church in East Dallas and has an educational background studying the historical context of racial division Dallas.Adam continues to take us all over East Dallas and we begin this
We’re joined by Adam Griffin who’s a pastor at Eastside Community Church in East Dallas and has an educational background studying the historical context of racial division Dallas.Adam takes us all over East Dallas explaining the history and cu
We first paint the picture of what was going on in the country, discuss segregated pools and beaches, introduce some of the main people involved specifically in Biloxi, what actually happened, the aftermath of the violence and end the episode w
We first define gentrification, compare it with revitalization, cover a little bit of Urban Renewal, give some examples, discuss the economics of gentrification, and end with some thoughts and ideas on how to fix it.A good visualization of the
We are joined by Amber Webb Booker who is a lawyer by trade, but her true passion is empowering people through taking difficult or intimidating information and making it accessible, enjoyable, and understandable. And that’s exactly what we do i
We first go over the beginnings of his life, his education experience, his move to Atlanta, some stories from his past, his involvement in the NAACP, Black Reconstruction, and his final years when he moved to Ghana.W.E.B. Du Bois: A Biography 1
Our very own Katina wrote a song called “Black Requiem” that you can stream or listen to anywhere. Katina walks us through how the song came about, some of the meaning behind the lyrics, working with her son, and her hopes for people listening.
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 throughline to why and how people celebrate Jun
We interview Ally Henny, Vice President of The Witness BCC. We first discuss who she is, what she does, the work the Witness BCC is doing, how white people can get involved in justice work and end it with how we can support Ally and the work sh
We’ll begin the story in Africa and the culture of Sierra Leone, learn about the actual Amistad ship, the revolt onboard, the court battles, the SCOTUS decision, and the aftermath of the case.For bonus content, full interviews, and the ability
We discuss the beginnings of Claudette’s life, her first impression on segregation in a retail store, the bus incident, her friendship with Jeremiah Reeves, her part in the Montgomery Bus Boycott, Browder vs. Gayle, and the hardships she endure
We meet up with Cessilye Smith, Founder and Executive Director of Abide, at her Dallas location to discuss the work she's doing to improve birth outcomes in communities with the lowest quality of care by offering healthcare and complimentary se
We discuss the history of Black Maternal health in America, share some stories from the past, and end the episode with Katina sharing one of her own experiences.For bonus content, full interviews, and the ability to vote for future topics, $5/m
We discuss the history of black and brown people voting in America, share some stories from the past, try to connect the dots to what is happening in current events and end the episode discussing Gerrymandering.For bonus content, full interview
We discuss the history of marriage in America, share some actual stories from the past, connect the through-line to today and answer why knowing what has happened in the past can inform our present.For bonus content, full interviews, and the ab
We discuss the early american church history, some founders of evangelicalism, church actions and the beginnings of the convention.For bonus content, full interviews, and the ability to vote for future topics, $5/month supports us at patreon.co
We discuss discuss some of the top seminaries and they’re founding fathers, discuss the revivalist culture and conclude the episode with how and why church is the most segregated hour of the week.For bonus content, full interviews, and the abil
We first paint the picture in regards to the time in history, discuss the lives of both William Still and Harriet Tubman, talk about the practicals of the Underground Railroad and end our discussion listening to some of William Still’s accounts
We cover the life and legacy of James Baldwin. We walk through James' life story, talk of stories that shaped his character and end the conversation discussing the role that Christianity has had on the homosexual community.For bonus content, fu
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