Perspective with Ted Winn
In this episode of Perspective, Ted sits down with actor, producer and activist Jesse Lipscombe to discuss several important topics, including racial tensions, the use of racial slurs and other topics in our culture related to racial/gender equality. During their conversation Jesse shares some of the personal challenges he has faced and how he is using his influence to bring much-needed attention to these areas in our culture. While recognizing that healthy conversations about these topics...
In this episode, Ted sits down with Kirk Franklin who is one of the most widely recognized and awarded gospel artists of our time. However, both Ted and Kirk’s musical careers take a backseat for most of this conversation. The two discuss many social issues including the editing of Kirk’s speech at the Dove GMA awards where he addressed the need for the church community to stand up and be a Christ-like voice in the midst of racial, social, and gender inequality in America. Kirk also shares...
In this episode of Perspective, Ted sits down with political commentator, author, lawyer, educator, activist and tv personality Keith Boykin to hear Keith’s perspective on a number of timely discussion points. During this honest conversation Ted and Keith share in-depth dialogue on many topics, including the current state of our country, racial resentment, the mistreatment of women and minorities, institutional biases and how the country is adapting to the 24-hour news/media cycle as the...
In this episode, Tedd talks with Cheryl Fortune—talented singer/songwriter, mother and Houston native.The two discuss issues close to her heart, but also relevant to listeners. From discrimination she faces as a black woman in the music industry to being a survivor of domestic violence, Cheryl kindly bears her heart to Tedd and listeners. The two share experiences and offer hopeful insight to listeners. With the rise of the MeToo movement and others like it, Tedd & Cheryl’s conversation is...
In this first episode, Ted speaks with educator Michael Bonner about some ideas that the country and our communities can use to improve our current education system. Many believe our country is dealing with a crisis amid epidemics with school violence, discrimination and ineffective educational philosophies. Michael and Ted discuss these issues and others to review varying methodologies that may help to create a better edcational system for America’s children in hopes that a new perspective...