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!
This is Show #35 - Race and Ethnic Relations on Campus - BLACK RAGE - WAKE UP AMERICA - PART II - in which I discuss the events that has happened AFTER the tragic death of George Floyd and how MAINSTREAM AMERICA responded! First, it is good that many institutions, organizations, associations, societies, departments and committees responded in a WRITTEN STATEMENT against racism, hate and discrimination against underrepresented groups in America. However, these statements tended to be POLITICALLY CORRECT STATEMENTS which included all groups which have received discriminatory behavior and actions. From my perspective, we may have lost sight of the real issue ALREADY!! From the folks who I have spoken with during the past couple of weeks, we are looking for CHANGE OF BEHAVIOR, BELIEFS, UNDERSTANDING AND "HEART" from Mainstream America!! Are YOU "Mainstream America" willing and READY to change your HEART in understanding what an African American male - "Black Male" has had to endure in our THE UNITED STATES! That is the BASIC ISSUE!! So check out my VERY PERSONAL PODCAST if you want to hear from this very PROUD African American male in 2020!! Send your comments to: firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com. LET'S DEVELOP SOME NEW POLICIES AND SOLUTIONS FOLKS!!
This is Show #34 - Race and Ethnic Relations on Campus - BLACK RAGE - WAKE UP AMERICA! - in which I discuss the TRAGIC death of George Floyd who died while being arrested by police officers in Minneapolis/St. Paul, Minnesota just a few days ago. This event was also caught on video from several sources primarily through cell phones from passerby citizens and concerned citizens that witness this event. This is by far the MOST DISTURBING event that I witness on video in which this African American man was brutally treated and loss his life. The events after his death has UNFORTUNATELY enraged the African American community not only in Minneapolis but in major cities across the U.S.. My purpose of conducting this PODCAST SHOW is to LOOK FOR JUSTICE, SHORT-TERM AND LONG-TERM PEACEFUL SOLUTIONS and a BETTER UNDERSTANDING of the MULTITUDE of issues affecting the African American community and all other communities who are different than mainstream America! It's TIME FOR AMERICA TO WAKE UP!! Please send me your SUGGESTIONS for SOLUTIONS at ejb@firstname.lastname@example.org
This is Show #33 - Race and Ethnic Relations on Campus - RACE - SHOULD WE GET RID OF IT? - in which I discuss the possibility that our society should consider getting rid of our U.S. racial categories COMPLETELY! Since many of my college and university students are no longer making RACE a major issue with their friends and classmates at college, then why should scholars, researchers, administrators and the GENERAL PUBLIC still use RACE as a marker for which group an individual belongs to! So I pose the question to my PODCAST AUDIENCE -- SHOULD WE GET RID OF OUR RACIAL CATEGORIES and CAN YOU IMAGINE OUR WORLD WITHOUT THE CONCEPT of "RACE?" Please send me your thoughts, opinions and suggestions at email@example.com. It is 2020 and it's time to take a NEW DIRECTION in our WORLD and maybe this is the START!! THINK ABOUT IT!!
This is Show #32 - Race and Ethnic Relations on Campus - How College Students Can Solve Race and Ethnic Relations Issues - in which I discuss how my current college students in my class have developed some very insightful, engaging and innovative SOLUTIONS for improving race and ethnic relations on our campus! In fact, when students realize in our class that their ideals will be appreciated and potentially implemented in our university initiatives, they actually develop some remarkable solutions. This podcast show encourages MORE student development on all college campus in solving their individual race and ethnic relations issues and incidents. If you AGREE or DISAGREE or even if you have your own SOLUTION, email me at: firstname.lastname@example.org. Let's Do this Together and let STUDENTS develop our NEW SOLUTIONS for improving race and ethnic relations on our college campus across the U.S. today and in the future!
This is Show #31 - Race and Ethnic Relations on Campus - Challenging Our Politically Correct Society - in which I discuss the problems in which our politically correct society today places upon our college students today! A majority of my college students feel constrained during class discussions because they are uncertain as to what they can say in class. In order to move my students FORWARD, I encourage them to share their individual perspective in a respectful yet HONEST way so that we can challenge our current political correctness particularly as it relates to race and ethnic relations. After review of this podcast show, please share me your professional opinion by emailing me at: email@example.com . This is NOT A POLITICALLY CORRECT SHOW but an HONEST SHOW about improving race and ethnic relations on college campuses.