Anthony checks in with Georgia about the recent developments in the Mohamad Noor Case and talks with Dr. Kim Park Nelson, Ethnic Studies Professor at Winona State University about how important ethnic studies education is to our current moment of reckoning.
Anthony checks in with Georgia about the recent high speed chase leading to more community deaths questioning our willingness to change. Our hosts also check in with entertainment reporter Neal Justin about how he is experiencing this moment and the willingness to change narratives in media and entertainment
Anthony and Georgia discuss the current developments in Louisiana and Afghanistan and check in with Zachary Hylton about changes in progress he has seen both in the local community and among county governments.
On this episode, Georgia and Anthony Check in with local clergy members Jim Bear Jacobs and Pamela Ngunjiri who lead the racial Justice department of the Minnesota Council of Churches. As Indigenous and Black faith leaders, how are they dealing with this moment of reckoning both in support of the community, and in care of themselves?
In this episode, Anthony and Georgia discuss the increasing COVID-19 rates in children amidst the coming start of the school year with Chauntyl Allen, St. Paul Public School Board Member and executive director of Love First.
On this episode Anthony and Mrs. Georgia connect with filmmaker and
storyteller D.A Bullock about the confluence of stories and experiences
that make up the Minnesota context. They also examine how to carry
the nuance of this moment to community in a media environment
heavily focused on simple narratives.
This week, independent journalists unite as we check in with KingDemetrius Pendleton and Louie Tran with Move for Justice News. They discuss the challenges and nuances of covering this movement and the increasing reliance on independent journalists from private security assaults on community to protests on the ground.
On this episode,recent events forced Georgia and Anthony to Check in from the road due to recent developments in the Winston Smith killing by law enforcement. Anthony And Georgia also get perspectives from Johnathan McClellan, Founder of the Minnesota Justice Network who participated in the press conference announcing a lawsuit against the agencies involved.
Georgia and Anthony discuss the week’s developments and a throughline of resistance to truthtelling that is being felt across the country. We also check in with Monique Linder, founder and CEO of OMG Media Solutions who shares about a Civil Rights Research Experiences with the men of Ujamaa Place seeking that very truth.