Season 1

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        Episode 1           

Facing Race Disparity in Healthcare

 

Dr. Gomez is the CEO of LE Gomez Health Equity Services LLC, in Washington DC. Dr. Gomez works diligently to bring awareness of the impact of race-based stress on the health of people of color. 

 

 

      Episode 2            

 

DEALING WITH FAMILY HISTORY

Emmy nominated Katrina Browne is the producer of the documentary, "Traces of the Trade: a story from the deep south. Katrina has been on the road with the film for more than a decade.  She shares her experiences with her journey of healing. 

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          Episode 3             

BUILDING RELATIONSHIPS ACROSS DIFFERENCES

 

HOW do we create a synergy that continuously infuses a sense of bonding across cultural, ethnic, socio-economics, and differences? JC Faulk, creator, and facilitator of Circles of Voices will share with us how he fosters and strengthens community in Baltimore, MD. JC is also a filmmaker. Can we get him to reveal his upcoming documentary? 

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      Episode 4         

Foods from Africa with

Chef Carla Hall

Sorghum, sweet potatoes, black-eyed peas, okra - foods with their origins in Africa.  Carla is best known as a former co-host of ABC’s Emmy award-winning, popular lifestyle series “The Chew," speaks to us about the origins of these foods

Penny G. Williams

                   Episode 5                    

1619 to 2019

It's been nearly 400 years since the Pilgrims landed. 

Penny Gamble Williams is the Spiritual Elder for the Chappaquiddick, Tribe of the Wampanoag Nation of Massachusetts. As the nation gets ready to commemorate the landing of the Mayflower, what to the native elders have to say?

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