What does poverty mean in your context?
4:42 – 5:59
What does racism mean in your context?
6:00 – 7:29
What does oppression mean in your context?
7:30 – 8:29
Can you define the term “whiteness”?
9:15 – 12:47
Where do you see racism and poverty intersect in our culture?
13:23 – 17:32
Discussion about the lack of education about black history.
17:33 – 23:00
What do you believe are the biggest challenges to meaningful racial reconciliation in our country?
23:48 – 25:33
Where do you see racism in policies, practices, etc, that contribute to poverty?
27:26 – 30:05
As a policymaker, what would you do to help fix some of these issues?
30:42 – 32:53
Discussion about the differences in punishments for white people and black and brown people.
32:54 – 36:42
What are your thoughts and reflections as a black person in this country after the Kyle Rittenhouse verdict?
36:56 – 42:28
What do you wish that my fellow white people would understand about race and racism in America? What are we not understanding at this point that you wish that more of us would?
42:31 – 46:57
How would you define what it means to be an ally?
47:00 – 51:00
How do you define privilege?
51:01 – 55:54
Race and poverty are very challenging topics. What else would you tell our listeners that they could do to be a part of the solution?
55:55 – 59:57
If a listener has the fear that they’re going to do something wrong or say something wrong about racism and the role white people play, what would you say to that?
59:58 – 1:02:49