Introducing KQED’s ‘So Well Spoken’: Let’s Improve How We Talk About Race

KQED is kicking off a series on how we talk about race. Share your own stories with ‘So Well Spoken.’

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Dorothy Roberts – Fatal Invention

Professor and legal scholar Dorothy Roberts explores the effects of race-based science in her new book, Fatal Invention: How Science, Politics, and Big Business Re-create Race in the Twenty-first Century. It’s the first text of its kind to document the development of racial science and biotechnology based on genetics and to map its implications for equality in America.

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Steve Riley Co-hosts a Recap of Some Important Discussions

On todays of episode of Mixed Race Radio, join me and our special guest co-host, Steven Riley (Mixedracestudies.org) as we discuss some of our favorite Mixed Race Radio guests and conversations.

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Almost White Online Radio by Rick Najera

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Political and cultural talk from the heart with a comic bent. ALMOST WHITE puts the “know” in LATINO.

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Mixed Race Studies with Steven Riley

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Steven Riley is the creator of MixedRaceStudies.org which is a non-commercial website that provides a gateway to contemporary interdisciplinary English language scholarship about the relevant issues surrounding the topic of multiracialism.

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Native Americans: July 4th and Saving America’s Soul | VoiceAmerica™

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Can’t deport Native Americans. These sovereign Nations have been here from the beginning, and will be forever. Is it true that without the heart, soul, and help of Native Americans, we would not be celebrating the 4th of July?

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Mixed Race Radio ~ Kevin Robinson – Choosing Unity Over Diversity

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Christian faith, history is one that is inclusive; bridging the chasm between God and Humankind along with the one between all people one to another as individuals and ethnic groups. By “Building The Bridge Together” over the ethnic/cultural divide, Accord1 challenges Christians and The heterogeneous landscape of our world in a way that requires change from the rambling noise of division into the poetic melody of harmony and unity today resulting in synergy for tomorrow.

Executive Director, Kevin Robinson has been a pioneer in the area of diversity having lived it being raised in Perry Township Ohio as a young child of the first African American Family at the area and school. With all of the negative realities of pre nineteen seventies suburbia serving as a focal point in his life, Kevin chose unity over division.

Many years in the making through a long career as a professional Fire Fighter, 1985-present), bachelor degreed senior co-pastor (1993-2001), staff pastor (2004-2006), evangelist, consultant and mentor/mediator to many in the area of multicultural ministry. Kevin along with wife, Beverly have established track record of building up multi ethnic congregations.

There is an old adage that says “Christianity is not a voice in the wilderness, but a life in the world. It is not an idea in the air, but feet on the ground going God’s way.” Kevin and Beverly Robinson personify this old saying in their Christian work and attitude. Their voices are not crying out feudally in the wilderness or resonating from empty walls; instead, they touch lives in the real world. They don’t work from notions or opinions-they just do what needs to be done for those who can’t do it themselves or need a little help along the way.

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Kim Kardashian & Kanye West Will Make Interesting Parents

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Kim Kardashian recently spoke about her pregnancy and thoughts on raising her baby with Kanye West: Kim Kardashian recently opened up on another topic that has honestly been on our minds, the chall…

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Does Justin Timberlake Benefit From Being White In A Black Musical Style?

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I just read an excellent piece that captures the strange situation of blacks liking artists like Justin Timberlake, who I, like the author of the piece, really like. I think Timberlake is a supreme…

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