By Stephen G. Hall
HistorianSpeaks Aug 10, 2021
Conversations on African American History and Education with Kathleen Cormac, Educator and Activist
This episode explores the American educational system and how Black history is presented in K-12 educational spaces. Topics include Juneteenth and July 4th and their unique meanings for African Americans; Voter Suppression and the role of youth in democratizing the voting system in the United States; and Ruby Bridges and the integration of the schools in New Orleans, Louisiana in 1960.
Reflection on the Pandemic with Sharise Johnson Moore
This podcast provides personal insights into the COVID-19 pandemic and its impact on the Black community featuring a conversation with Sharise Johnson-Moore, a motivational speaker pastor and community activist. This podcast explores the global impact of the pandemic, COVID-19 and the Black Community, Healthcare Access, the limitations of the public health system, underlying health conditions, preventative health care v, management of chronic disease and vaccines and vaccine hesitancy.
Ma Rainey's Black Bottom
This is a conversation by the Editors of Historianspeaks about the Blues Singer Ma Rainey and the Netflix adaptation of August Wilson's play Ma Rainey's Black Bottom, which first aired in December 2020