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Episodes

10- The Color of Law x Justin Phillips

1/17/2018
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Join Terry and Justin as they kick off 2018 with Richard Rothstein's 2017 book "The Color of Law." The Color of Law details America's history of systemic government sanctioned segregation and redlining. As discussed on the podcast here are the details of the NAACP's Charlotte, NC claims for housing discrimination through restrictive covenants. Please leave us a rating and review. We love to hear from our listeners. If you have a suggestion for a book please let us know! Follow...

Duration: 00:48:46


Black & Read in 2018

1/2/2018
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Welcome to 2018! After listening to the feedback of our listeners in 2018 Black & Read will be moving to a monthly format so that you can read along with us. Please follow us on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram so that you can be kept up to date on everything we've got coming down the pipeline! Keep Reading Y'all!

Duration: 00:00:57


09- Working While Black Part 2 Featuring Latesha Byrd

12/19/2017
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Did you have questions about our episode Working While Black? Career consultant extraordinaire Latesha Byrd is back to answer your questions about all things from negotiating a salary to natural hair. Please leave us a rating and review. We love to hear from our listeners. If you have a suggestion for a book please let us know! Follow Us! Twitter: @BlackandReadPod Facebook: @BlackandReadPod E-mail: BlackandReadPodcast@gmail.com

Duration: 00:39:39


08- Author Spotlight- Color Character x Pamela Grundy Jarrod Jones

10/25/2017
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Join Black & Read as we welcome Pamela Grundy the author of Color & Character to the Podcast to discuss historic West Charlotte High School featuring educator and community activist Jarrod Jones. If you enjoy the podcast please leave a rating and review or contact me at blackandreadpodcast@gmail.com

Duration: 01:06:03


07- Working While Black x Latesha Byrd

10/11/2017
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What's it like to be black in corporate America? Should you change your name on your resume? Code switch? Learn from career consultant Latesha Byrd as we discuss the phenomenal resource Working While Black. If you're enjoying the podcast please leave us a review and rating on iTunes!

Duration: 00:54:44


06- The New Jim Crow x Justin Phillips

9/20/2017
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Join Terry and Justin Phillips for a sobering discussion of the criminal justice system, the war on drugs and its affect on minority citizens as they analyze Michelle Alexanders' The New Jim Crow. If you're enjoying Black & Read please subscribe and leave us a rating/review we love to hear from our listeners!

Duration: 00:40:51


04- The Invisible Gorilla x Keith Cradle

8/23/2017
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How sure of yourself are you? How sure of your self should you be join Terry and guest social activist and philanthropist Keith Cradle as they discuss The Invisible Gorilla: How our Intuitions Deceive Us by Christopher Chabris and Daniel Simon.

Duration: 00:41:45


03-King Leopold's Ghost: A Story of Greed, Terror and Heroism in Colonial Africa x Marvin J. Price

8/8/2017
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Terry and economic developer Marvin J. Price discuss King Leopold's Ghost: A Story of Greed, Terror and Heroism in Colonial Africa.

Duration: 00:41:54


Episode 2- The Alchemist

7/18/2017
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Terry and musician Harvey Cummings discuss destiny, setting goals, and fulfillment through the lens of Paulo Coelho's bestselling book the The Alchemist. The Alchemist is one of the worlds most translated books, telling a young shepherd boy's story of self discover.

Duration: 00:37:04


Dark Money: The Hidden History of the Billionaires Behind the Rise of the Radical Right

7/6/2017
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Join Terry Brown and Justin Phillips as they discuss Jane Meyers book Dark Money.

Duration: 00:36:51


Introducing Black and Read

7/6/2017
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Black and Read is a biweekly book club podcast hosted by Terry Brown. Each week Terry and his guest will discuss a piece of literature from the unique perspectives of a person of color.

Duration: 00:01:39