In this episode of Redlining & White Noise, Dr. Jean Kantambu Latting joins us to talk about Personal and Social Change. "If we imitate the worst of the oppressor,” she says, "we create a backlash and will not make progress.”
Through the award-winning film, Traces of the Trade, which documents a family’s journey into the slave trading secrets of its past, Dain and Constance Perry have facilitated conversations with thousands of people across the country about racial reconciliation in America.
Charles Rotramel and Gregg Taylor speak with Sammy Rangel, Executive Director of Life After Hate. In this moving conversation, Sammy shares his story of gang violence, incarceration, and how he became immersed in violent extremism. He talks about his transformation…
In this episode, we are joined by our friend Jonnie Russell for a conversation about Whiteness and Land Dominationto focus on the historical and contemporary linkage between racial identity and property ownership.
In this passionate and informed conversation, Pastor Edward Palmer combines personal experience and professional training to inform us about what implicit bias is, how it shapes other-izing decisions and behavior, and what we can do to recognize and mitigate its influence.
In this episode, we get to the topic of Redlining. Charles Rotramel and Gregg Taylor meet with Preston Allen, Director for Community Development at Wheeler Avenue Baptist Church, located in the Third Ward of Houston.
In this episode of Redlining & White Noise, award winning author and renowned historian, Linda Gordon joins us to talk about The Second Coming of the KKK — also the title of her book. In this enlightening episode, we learn about the KKK of the 1920s, the largest social movement in America at the time. and hear as cautionary tale the contemporary connections to our country’s history.