Here is SHOW #44 - DAMN YOU COVID!! of the Race and Ethnic Relations on Campus Podcast Show. This is a LIGHT-HEARTED, HUMOROUS and hopefully FUNNY SHOW in which I make fun of the impact of COVID on all of our lives particularly those of us who are in academia and teach college students. PLEASE DO NOT TAKE THIS SHOW OUT OF CONTEXT. I am very much aware of the seriousness of Covid-19. Yet this is just a FUN SHOW in which I highlight how it has affected my interaction with college students throughout this year! It is definitely different. If COVID has made you change your life in a HUMOROUS way, please email me at: email@example.com. I would appreciate learning about your issues too! HAPPY HOLIDAYS TO EVERYONE and let's bring HUMOR back into our lives!
Here is SHOW #43 - "PRESIDENT-ELECT BIDEN and VICE-PRESIDENT ELECT HARRIS: WHAT'S GOING TO HAPPEN?" of the Race and Ethnic Relations on Campus Podcast Show. In this show, I talk about the outcome of the presidential election and the Acceptance Speeches from Joe Biden and Kamala Harris. Now that our country has gone through a major presidential election and elections in so many senatorial and house of representatives contests along with all the local elections, WHAT'S GOING TO HAPPEN next in our country? The acceptance speeches made many Americans "FEEL GOOD" yet it is already time to ask what is REALLY going to happen with regards to IMPROVING RACE & ETHNIC RELATIONS in our country. Many of my college students want to know now, so I share my opinion about what could be the POSSIBLE NEXT STEPS for our new President Joe and Vice President Kamala Harris. If you agree or disagree, please send me an email at: firstname.lastname@example.org. Please subscribe to my Podcast show. THANK YOU!
Here is SHOW #42 - "PRESIDENTIAL DEBATE II - BIDEN vs TRUMP" of the Race and Ethnic Relations on Campus Podcast Show. In this show, I discuss the SECOND debate between Biden vs Trump and where the topic of "RACE" was discussed between the two candidates. Overall, the moderator did an excellent job in keeping both candidates on topic and she actually had RACE discussed TWICE in this debate. However, the topic of "RACE" was still NOT A PRIORITY among the candidates and it was very interesting how THEY responded to it when "Race" the issue! AMAZING!!! Again, please listen to my Podcast and REPLAY the second PRESIDENTIAL DEBATE back yourself and ask yourself a simple question -- "Are you REALLY satisfied as to how our PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATES talk about RACE in AMERICA today in 2020!!! Send me an email at: email@example.com and share YOUR opinion! My major message is PLEASE GO AND VOTE!!
Here is SHOW #41 - "VICE PRESIDENTIAL DEBATE - HARRIS vs PENCE" of the Race and Ethnic Relations on Campus Podcast Show. In this show, I discuss the one and only Vice Presidential Debate between Kamala Harris and Mike Pence. This is the first time that our country has had an African American woman running for Vice President! This was a very special moment in history! Yet, surprisingly the topic of RACE was not a major debate topic. In fact, the topic of race was LESS important in this debate than the Presidential Debate. Why is that? Hummm. In this podcast show, I tell you the reason why and it is DISAPPOINTING! This podcast show is for all of my college students because I want them and the general public to know the topics discussed during our Vice Presidential Debate. So check out this podcast show and send me an email at: firstname.lastname@example.org . PEACE OUT!
Here is SHOW #40 - "PRESIDENTIAL DEBATE - BIDEN vs TRUMP" of the Race and Ethnic Relations on Campus Podcast Show. In this show, I discuss first Presidential Debate between Joe Biden and Donald Trump. Let me say upfront, this show is NOT endorsing any candidate! What I am doing in this show is presenting the MAJOR TOPICS discussed during the debate and want ALL COLLEGE STUDENTS to make THEIR DECISION on the presidential candidate that best represents their perspectives and opinions. There were NINE MAJOR TOPICS discussed during this debate and RACE was one of them!! Wow! So please check out this very lively and informative podcast show and let me know what YOU thought about the major topics! Send me an email at: email@example.com . PEACE OUT!
Here is SHOW #39 - "YOUR VOTE MAKES A DIFFERENCE" of the Race and Ethnic Relations on Campus Podcast Show. In this show, I discuss the importance of college students VOTE particularly during the national and presidential election year. I also discuss when I voted for the first time as a Freshman student at the age of 18 in college and it was EMPOWERING! So if you BELIEVE in yourself and want to make a CHANGE or keep things the SAME, go out and VOTE! The power of the 18-24yr age voting block is very powerful on the local level, state level and the national level. So again, YOUR VOTE MAKES A DIFFERENCE! If you agree or disagree with my opinions, please send me an email at: firstname.lastname@example.org. PEACE OUT!
Here is SHOW #38 - "ENOUGH!" of the Race and Ethnic Relations on Campus Podcast Show. In this show, I talk about the latest shooting of African American males by police officers -- JACOB BLAKE. In the wake of this incident, I also highlight the George Floyd tragic shooting at the beginning of the summer. In the midst of all the SHOCK by the African American community and others, I focus on the WORDS of Jacob Blake's mother! She is a phenomenal mother who shares WORDS OF WISDOM and CALMNESS in this troubling times. I also talk about my COLLEGE STUDENTS beginning the new academic year and ready to do their part to STOP the HATE, STOP the SHOOTINGS and time for ACTION. If you agree or disagree with my opinions, please send me an email at: email@example.com. PEACE OUT FOLKS and STAY CALM!
Here is my SPECIAL PROMO for the Race and Ethnic Relations on Campus Podcast Show. In this promo, I highlight why I started this Podcast Show and the topics which I discuss. These podcast shows discuss all the various issues related to race and ethnic relations affecting college students, faculty and administrators. Basically, I try to bring a more realistic and personal perspective to these controversial and humorous issues that are related to race and ethnic relations. PEACE OUT!
This is Show #37 - Race and Ethnic Relations on Campus - PUSHBACK in which I discuss what happens oftentimes to many African American professionals who attempt to create new activities or programs at their institution. For some reason throughout my academic professional career, I received PUSHBACK from the administration and peers when I attempted to create something new and move beyond my basic responsibilities as a professor. WHY does this occur? Humm... Well, I discuss this MAJOR ISSUE and give you my PERSPECTIVE as to the reasons why! After listening to this podcast show, send me an email at: firstname.lastname@example.org and let me know if this has happened to you or others! PEACE OUT!
This is Show #36 - Race and Ethnic Relations on Campus - COLLEGE STUDENTS: WHAT TO EXPECT FROM ACADEMIA IN 2020-2021 in which I discuss how colleges and universities will respond to the tragic events that happened this spring & summer. Now that a majority of colleges and universities have made their institutions' STATEMENT against racism, discrimination and injustice, there will more than likely be new PROGRAMS, INITIATIVES, COLLEGE COURSES, WEBINARS, DISCUSSION GROUPS, COMMITTEES, and OFFICES developed to address these issues for college students this upcoming academic year of 2020-2021. This is a GOOD THING! Yet, I also encourage all colleges and universities to follow through and continue their new initiatives and INSTITUTIONALIZE them into their system so that future college students will also benefit. After listening to this podcast, I would TRULY like to hear from College Students across the U.S. and share with me the new initiatives that are being planned at your particular college and/or university. Email me at: email@example.com. IT'S TIME FOR ACTION!