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Dec 21, 2020

How is it possible to create friends out of the people we see as against our own personal beliefs? I talk to Kelsey Roberts about how experience is at the root of our beliefs, and how sharing those stories can help create a deeper understanding of the people around us, turning foe into friend. While our ideas of how to...


Dec 7, 2020

Why does the richest country in the world still have so many people in poverty? I talk to Kim Martinez about her experience seeing poverty growing up and the many reasons why poverty still exists and may continue to be an issue for generations to come. While we give away many handouts to those in need, when was the last...


Nov 23, 2020

What does “black” mean and where does the label come from? Roemello Lewis joins me to talk about how learning about our history puts us in a better position to change our present and future. Are we overgeneralizing racial terms, thus limiting our potential? How important is our family history to our personal growth?...


Nov 9, 2020

Why is it that in 2020, persons with disabilities are still overlooked both inside and outside of the workplace? Casey Witte shares his experience growing up and how our assumptions of other people limit their potential to succeed. What stereotypes do we have of people with disabilities that keep us from helping...


Nov 2, 2020

Movies and TV are what unite people through pop culture, but can their portrayal of groups also be breaking us apart? I talk to Liz Loo about diversity in film and the changes that need to be made both on and off the camera to better tell the stories of all people. Proper diversity in film is a necessity, but when...