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EPISODE #6 : LIFE AS A MINORITY IN A MAJORITY WHITE MAN SPORTS LEAGUE Retired NHL Player and Hockey Diversity Alliance (HDA) Co-Founder, Joel Ward II discusses life as a minority in a predominately white sports league.
EPISODE #5 : OUR SYSTEM ISN'T BROKEN: IT WAS BUILT THIS WAY. An in-depth conversation with Suzanne Plihcik - Co-Founder, Racial Equity Institute (REI)
QUALIFIED IMMUNITY: WHAT IS IT? Host, Cayman Grant talks about "QUALIFIED IMMUNITY"-- what it is, where it came from and why it matters that the Supreme Court has chosen not to review the most recent cases brought for review.
EPISODE #3 : GROWING UP IN THE 60'S & MARCHING WITH DR. KING: A conversation with Brenda Delgado -- Before there was #resist, there was resist a 1960s movement. The turbulence and civil unrest of the 1960s was never just a protest. It was a movement, a civil movement demanding change. Today's hashtag resist does not exist without this previous movement, or without the sacrifice of those that came before us.
EPISODE #4 : AMERICA'S JUSTICE SYSTEM & ways we can improve it -- from the view of a former NYPD Captain -- Robert E. Brown, Esq. Former NYPD Captain turned attorney talks about the state of America's justice system and ways we could improve it through police reform.
EPISODE #2: WHITE PRIVILEGE: THE PSYCHOLOGY OF IT & THINGS WE CAN DO Dr. Brian Lowery, Senior Associate Dean, Stanford University's Graduate School of Business, talks with us about his research and what must be done to combat racial justice and how we move toward meaningful change in America.