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I am a healer committed to race healing through body, mind and spirit.

I am a healer committed to race healing through body, mind and spirit.
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I am a healer committed to race healing through body, mind and spirit.

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Episodes

Jean McGuire Bostons living legend

9/14/2019
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Eyes on the Prize Keys to the Kingdom featuring Jean McGuire, See this episode to contemplate Boston's racial history. This is not ancient history. This is the history of exactly where we are today. Watch this video and remember. The episode shows actual footage of the Boston clash between Roxbury black people and South Boston White people as they struggled over who would go to their neighborhood schools. The black struggle was for equal educational opportunity, the white stuggle was for...

Duration:00:59:59

Wolfgang Wentzel on politics and Bernie Sanders

9/5/2019
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Thursday, September 5, 2019, 7-8 PM Wolfgang Wentzel joins Let's Talk About Race. Millennials, Pharaoh Saunders and Wolfgang Wentzell talk about politics 2020. Biden? Bernie? Elizabeth Warren?

Duration:00:59:59

Jordana Hart Roni Bennett Reparations Truth and Unity 360

8/29/2019
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Thursday, August 29, 7-8PM, Jordana Hart and Roni Bennett of Unity360, Miami Shores People of Color join Lets Talk About Race remotely from Miami to help us take an indepth dive into Reparations. Will we need a truth and reconciliation commission? What might that entail? Truth and Reconciliation as a way to engage the country in the formal discussion of our history of race and the debt owed. Reparations. How might we involve the people of America in a Truth and Reconciliation Process? What...

Duration:00:59:59

Bindu Kalesan LTAR 20190822 19 - 00 - 00

8/23/2019
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People attempting to kill others are not as accurate shooters as suiciders. When they may try to kill someone else, they may hit but not kill them. Between Trauma care and bad shooting, lots of neighborhood shootings are not fatal. And even when they survive, black gun violence survivors suffer. First, Doctors are more biased when they treat black victims than whites. Whites are mostly hailed as heroes, Black victims get assigned criminality forgetting that they are victims, not the...

Duration:00:59:59

Nina 20190808 19 - 00 - 00

8/10/2019
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Welcome Nina Walcott Wentzell. To talk about: Current events in politics. -Trump is a racist, why can’t white America admit it? -Stereotyping Of whites -Jesus was a brown immigrant whose parents were turned away. And of course, the current and long-running: White nationalist terrorism in America

Duration:00:59:59

Miles Selena Wentzell Finding and choosing WOC candidates to support 20190718 19 - 00 - 00

7/23/2019
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Miles Selena Wentzell talks about looking for and finding women of color to support in upcoming elections. Where to look? How to look? How to ask? Who to look for? How do you know? What questions do we ask ourselves?

Duration:00:59:51

Vid The Visionary 20190711 19 - 00 - 00

7/11/2019
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Vid The Visionary is making a way out of no way. Vid describes his process of moving forward with his life even with a tough system involved early childhood. He talks about what it takes to make a path right through the center of no early childhood with no guidance and a difficult start in life The Biracial experience - Evolution of Race (Regional to Pigment-based) - The Racial Divide (Generational Stability & cultural history)

Duration:00:59:51

Benjamin Echevarria TAKE Power. Take a seat at the table! 20190627 19 - 00 - 00

6/27/2019
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Black and Brown People have to build power. Black and Brown people must vote. Election 2020. Get out the vote. In this picture Ben Echacharria presents an award to another power house Yvette Wilks. Benjamin Echevarria is the Executive Director of The Welcome Project an organization dedicated to building the collective power of immigrants to shape community decisions. A pastor and a longtime leader in the Latino community Ben’s work in the social justice movement has led him to organizing and...

Duration:00:59:51

Annette and Choice revisited

6/20/2019
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On Thursday, June 20, 2019, Let's Talk About Race visits again with Annette McCarty and Choice to learn more about what happened in the aftermath of their horrific experience with 333 Huntington Ave Spa in Boston. It seems that there is an upside. When Annette reached out, she found many helping hands. We want to talk about what Annette did to find help in this great city of Boston and who actually helped. Welcome back Annette and Choice.

Duration:00:59:51

Who Am I and What Am I Here to Do?

6/17/2019
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Guided meditation into the heart of the chakra energy

Duration:00:51:54

Debby Irving Edited

6/14/2019
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Waking Up White is the book Debby Irving wishes someone had handed her decades ago. By sharing her sometimes cringe-worthy struggle to understand racism and racial tensions, she offers a fresh perspective on bias, stereotypes, manners, and tolerance. As she unpacks her own long-held beliefs about colorblindness, being a good person, and wanting to help people of color, she reveals how each of these well-intentioned mindsets actually perpetuated her ill-conceived ideas about race. She also...

Duration:00:53:17

Annette And Choice -Discrimination & Harassment in Boston

6/14/2019
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"We should have been treated fairly, with the utmost respect and dignity. I am concerned about the level of the nonchalance of bigotry, harassment of a child, physical assaults, racial profiling, and the change of prices rate for African American curly texture hair. This experience has tarnished my daughter. I believe we are victims of a hate crime and ugly racism. It hurts tremendously! I am a Mother reach out to you to ask for help for my daughter."

Duration:00:58:12

Unblocking and Balancing Chakra energy

5/27/2019
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Full 7 chakra guided meditation using relaxation, guided meditation, visualization and mantras.

Duration:01:00:35

Jessica Eshleman, Executive Director of Union Square Main Streets.

5/27/2019
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Jessica talked about many important emerging city topics including: "Mitigating commercial and cultural displacement (affordable housing is a pressing matter that many great organizations have as their focus. Our focus with small business and cultural institutions is synergistic with these concerns) History of race in Union Square. Future of race in Union Square: how does the new and improved Square benefit all people living here?"

Duration:00:59:51

Kia Tay OAZ!

5/27/2019
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Kia is a 22 year old native Bostonian, growing up in Roxbury, Dorchester. Kia is a recording artist and model. Hear more about Kia on Thursday, May 16. Her artist name is OAZ. You can find her on any social media platform, Pandora, Spotify, ITunes. In addition to her own journey to success, Kia talked about the school to prison pipeline, community violence, the importance of engagement, and community health & awareness. Join us.

Duration:00:59:51

Lew Gitelman and Bill Cavellini 20190509 19 - 00 - 00

5/9/2019
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Join A conversation about politics with LTAR co-hosts Diane Wong, Pharaoh Saunders and special return guests Lew Gitelman and Bill Cavellini. A discussion on race, civil rights, Israel, Palestine, Anti-semitism, white supremacy, capitalism, ignorance and much more. How to engage a movement. Ideas? Passion? Both?

Duration:00:59:51

Alex Pirie 20190502 19 - 00 - 00

5/2/2019
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Alex is the Coordinator of the Immigrant Services Providers Group/Health, a member of the Sanctuary City Steering Committee, the Somerville Youth Workers Network, and the Tisch Center for Community Research at Tufts Steering Committees, the Health & Legal Immigrant Solidarity Network and a member of Our Revolution Somerville. He was gentrified out of Cambridge in the late 1970’s and moved to Somerville during its not so good old days

Duration:01:00:06

Lew Gitelman 20190425 19 - 00 - 00

4/26/2019
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"Growing up in neighborhoods of black and brown folks I was acutely aware of racism and the deadly effects it had on friends and people I knew. I believe the turning point in my radicalization was the advent of Black Power/Malcolm and the murder of MLK! A lot of white liberals could accept civil rights but raising the question of power was going “a bit too far” I can remember as if it happened yesterday ; I was at a Martha Reeves and the Vandellas concert when it was announced MLK had been...

Duration:00:59:51

/Ryan Maranville 20190418 19 - 00 - 00

4/22/2019
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Ryan brought his voice and perspective to the show with Diane and Pharaoh to share his thoughts on race in America. Raised in a traditional and homogenous community, Ryan witnessed strict religious, gender, sexual, and racial views throughout his life. While living in Boston, Ryan has begun to recognize and confront his own biases while attempting to understand his heritage and maintain the love for the place he, for so very long, called home. Listen to Ryan talk about 1) Being from a small...

Duration:00:59:51

Bill Cavellini 20190411 19 - 00 - 00

4/11/2019
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Bill Cavellini has been a community organizer all his adult life, in New York City, Atlanta, Georgia, Cambridge and Somerville, MA. He drove a taxi cab for over thirty years in Cambridge and worked as a case manager for a Housing First Program, Journey to Success, in Boston, Revere and Chelsea for ten years before retiring in 2016. He grew up in a segregated housing project in the Bronx, NY. His father was born in Italy, came to this country when he was seven years old. His mother is a first...

Duration:00:59:51