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The State of Black America podcast
30 minutes | Jun 17, 2020
Interview with Carol Douglas, JD
In this episode, Dr. Richard Johnson interviews Carol Douglas about issues common to educational systems in black communities and possible solutions. Carol is the former Executive Director of the NAACP (Fort Bend) and Texas Regional Director of the NAACP.
27 minutes | Jun 16, 2020
Interview with Dr. Michelle Martin, LSU
Dr. Richard Johnson discusses the impact of COVID on higher education with Dr. Michelle Martin from Louisiana State University. From new ways to recruit first-generation college students to the financial vulnerabilities faced by historically black colleges and universities, the already changing world of higher education will need more innovation and creativity than ever.
26 minutes | Jun 16, 2020
Interview with Mayor Bartie and City Manager Burton
Dr. Richard Johnson interviews Port Arthur Mayor Thurman Bill Bartie and City Manager Ronald Burton on how COVID is affecting their diverse city. They also discuss challenges faced by the city and the philosophies behind health and economic policies.
29 minutes | Jun 16, 2020
Interview with James M. Douglas, JD
Dr. Richard Johnson interviews James M. Douglas, Distinguished Professor of Law at Texas Southern University and former President of Texas Southern University about the challenges and changes in education. Also covered is how COVID will change the nature of education.
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