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Reconcile This!

Reconcile This!

By The TCU Race & Reconciliation Initiative

"Reconcile This" is an academic podcast that is associated with Texas Christian University's Race & Reconciliation Initiative and the Universities Studying Slavery Consortium. Tune in to hear Chair Dr. Frederick Gooding Jr., and Graduate Research assistant Marcellis Perkins as they interview guest who share a passion for "doing the work" of reconciliation. Editing Credits: Season 1 -Kai Grady @kaigrady Season 2: Marcellis Perkins @Marceperkins Season 3: Marcellis Perkins @Marceperkins_ Co-Hosts: Dr. Fredrick Gooding Jr. Marcellis Perkins @Marceperkins_
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Episode S3.13 A History To Remember: TCU Purple, White & Black Ft. Dr. Sylvian Greensword

Reconcile This! May 25, 2023

Episode S3.13 A History To Remember: TCU Purple, White & Black Ft. Dr. Sylvian Greensword

Episode S3.13 A History To Remember: TCU Purple, White & Black Ft. Dr. Sylvian Greensword

With this episode Dr. G and Marcellis are joined with colleague Dr. Sylviane Greensword to discus their newly released book A History To Remember: TCU Purple, White, & Black. Together, they talk about the writing process, how the idea to collab on a book came about, their hopes for the future, and what will come next. The authors will host their 1st official author book talk on June 15th at The Dock Bookshop at 6p. Come join the conversation!

Listen to learn more about a historic project and how YOU can be a part of it.

A History To Remember: TCU Purple, White, & Black:

The first of its kind, this book chronicles and contextualizes the underexplored history of African American memory at TCU. It focuses specifically upon the understudied role of Black Americans within TCU lore from many perspectives: students, staff, faculty, administrators, and alumni. TCU in Purple, White, and Black explores the academic, athletic, artistic, and cultural impact of a group of people that was not formally included in the university for nearly the first century of its existence, and is an honest look at the history of segregation, integration, and inclusion of Black Americans at TCU. Anyone interested in race relations, the function of memory, and North Texas history will find the text and its layered analytical approach appealing.

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May 25, 202342:56
Episode S3.12 HIStory Ft. Frederick Rouse III
May 10, 202341:04
(LIVE) Episode S3. 11: A Beautiful Revolution Ft. Professor Rhonda Magee

(LIVE) Episode S3. 11: A Beautiful Revolution Ft. Professor Rhonda Magee

In front of a welcoming audience at the Van Cliburn Concert Hall on the campus of Texas Christian University, our host Dr. G and Marcellis record their very first Live episode of Reconcile This! with Professor Rhonda Magee

As a prominent scholar in the field, Magee has explored the healing power of mindfulness, especially for diversity, equity, and inclusion. Magee is a Professor of Law at the University of San Fransisco where she is integrating mindfulness into law, social work, and higher education. She is a Fellow at the Mind and Life Institute and serves as a mentor for a number of contemplative organizations, including the Holistic Life Foundation, Mindfulness in Law Society, and the Brown Center for Mindfulness. Magee is also the author of The Inner Work of Racial Justice: Healing Ourselves and Transforming Our Communities through Mindfulness. This interview explores Magee's journey into mindfulness and healing offers to ask "What is Well being ?" in an introspective way that pushes us forward towards A Beautiful Revolution.

To purchase Magee's book:

May 01, 202301:16:22
Episode S3.10: Ways of Knowing Ft. Toni Igbokidi

Episode S3.10: Ways of Knowing Ft. Toni Igbokidi

Dr. G and Marcellis return to the studio featuring a guest who had dedicated his time and energy to create spaces for Black men. TCU medical student Toni Igbokidi joins our host to speak on the power of the barbershop as a place for release and restore for black men. Studying to become a psychiatrist, Igbokidi is becoming a bright light in the Fort Worth community through a strategic partnership to bring the benefits of therapy to the comfort of the barbershop. Tune into the conversations and learn ways of knowing...

Also, tonight at 7:30p Dr. G and Marcellis will host their very first live episode on TCU's Van Cliburn Music Hall that will feature Professor Rhonda Magee. If you cant make it, no worries you can catch the live stream here:

Mar 29, 202330:47
Episode S3.9: Based on a True Story Ft. Dr. Elizabeth Chew
Mar 08, 202336:03
Episode S3.8: It Means A Lot Ft. Dr. Jody Allen

Episode S3.8: It Means A Lot Ft. Dr. Jody Allen

Dr. G and Marcellis check back into the studio with another dynamic conversation. Joining from the great state of Virginia and the College of William & Mary, Dr. Jody Allen engages with our co-host on the work being doing with the Lemon Project. Dr. Allen is Robert Francis Engs Director of The Lemon Project for William & Mary.  The Lemon Project builds bridges between William & Mary and African American communities through research, programming, and supporting students, faculty, and staff. As a leading institution within this field, Dr. Allen has had the charge of continuing the work of bridging community as well as facilitating healing.

For more information on the Lemon Project. Click the Link below! 

"The Project is named for Lemon, a man who was once enslaved by William & Mary. Though he was, legally, the property of the College, his relationship with the university was complex and often ambiguous. As an enslaved man in Virginia, he owned neither his work nor his own person. But he grew and sold produce to the College, and received a monetary Christmas bonus from the faculty at least once. Even from scant evidence, we can tell that Lemon was an actor on the stage of history, using ingenuity to help mitigate the circumstances of his enslavement"

Feb 16, 202349:55
Episode S3.7: Different Views Ft. Dr. Ainsley Carry
Feb 01, 202338:52
Episode S3.6 Life and Times Ft. Vice Chancellor Tracy Syler-Jones

Episode S3.6 Life and Times Ft. Vice Chancellor Tracy Syler-Jones

With this episode, Dr. G and Marcellis return back to TCU to speak to living history as they interview Vice Chancellor Tracy Syler-Jones. As the vice chancellor of marketing and communication, she serves as the university’s chief marketing and communication strategist. Syler-Jones oversees the development of integrated marketing and communication plans for the university to advance TCU’s brand, visibility, and academic reputation among key audiences. With this episode in particular, our host delve into how planning for TCU's sesquicentennial anniversary has been a great accomplishment, as well as how racial reckoning and transparent truth telling is also a big part of marketing and communication our guest. As someone who typically stands behind the scenes of the storytelling that takes place at TCU, Syler-Jones takes center stage to share her personal story and journey into climbing the ranks within TCU. There is a power in sharing our story that gives greater connection to not only our work, community, but also to those that we come across during our life and time. We will continue to affirm the humanity of those that are dedicated to the work of reconciliation in all aspects, one podcast episode at a time...With that being said..


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Jan 18, 202341:48
Episode S3.5 Kingdom Come Ft. Major Alexander Hines

Episode S3.5 Kingdom Come Ft. Major Alexander Hines

Once again, Dr. G & Marcellis provide us another episode of Reconcile This! that offers creative insight, impactful work, and willful reconciliation. Their guest, Major Alexander Hines the Director Justice, Equity, Diversity and Inclusion for the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr Program at the University of Minnesota joins the pair to share his passion for social justice work within Higher Education and the community. Within the epicenter of racial turmoil following the shooting of George Floyd, Jamar  Amir Locke, and Philando Castile, Major Hines gives us insight on the work he has dedicated his life to ..


Jan 13, 202340:30
Episode S3.4 Train of Thought Ft. Dr. Kirt von Daacke

Episode S3.4 Train of Thought Ft. Dr. Kirt von Daacke

On episode 3.4 Dr. G and Marcellis return with special guest Dr. Kirt von Daacke of UVA. Dr. Van Daacke is the co-chair of the UVA President's Commission on Slavery and the University (PCSU), which published its report in 2018. The PCSU worked on research, acknowledgment, community engagement, and atonement for several years, culminating in the completion of a significant memorial to enslaved laborers that was completed in 2020 and dedicated in spring 2021. The PCUAS continues that process and investigates UVA’s difficult past from 1865 to 1965. 

Join us in a conversation that covers Dr. von Daacke's journey into becoming an international scholar and his efforts of maintaining a global research consortium that includes over 80 institutions. The Universities Studying Slavery (USS) has becoming a growing force rooted in collaboration and commitment towards exploring the truth of academia's relationship with slavery, racism, and the Confederacy. 


Dec 14, 202235:21
Episode S3.3: Until The End of Time Ft. Dr. James Cash
Nov 08, 202253:35
Episode S3.2: Purple Reign Ft. Dr. Amiso George
Oct 26, 202230:51
Episode S3.1: Overly Dedicated

Episode S3.1: Overly Dedicated

Dr. G and Marcellis return with season three of Reconcile This! Our co-host reflect on the past two years, the new structure, and how the podcast will operate for the upcoming season. This year, Reconcile This! will mainly focus on scholars at other institutions and their work in regards to reconciliation. 

Are you ready ? We are, because we are committed and Overly Dedicated .....Reconcile This! 

Oct 18, 202222:14
Episode S2.13: A Written Testimony Ft. Rev. Wheeler Parker Jr.

Episode S2.13: A Written Testimony Ft. Rev. Wheeler Parker Jr.

Dr. G and Marcellis return with another dynamic interview that features Civil Rights Icon and RRI Keynote Rev. Wheeler Parker Jr. In 1955, the world would bare witness to one of the most horrific moments in US history. The murder of Emmett Till would not only shake the world of Money, Mississippi, but all who would see the Jet Magazine article that displayed the evidence of that fateful night. For Rev. Parker, these black & white photos are not just pictures, but chapters of his life as her bore witness to the entire situation. Listen to his story, unpack history, and witness the power of healing in real time.

To check out the wonderful updates of RRI day, click here

May 05, 202246:51
Episode S2. 12: Wins & Losses Pt. 2- LaDainian "LT" Tomlinson

Episode S2. 12: Wins & Losses Pt. 2- LaDainian "LT" Tomlinson

Dr. G and Marcellis finish the conversation from Wins & Losses Pt. 1 with LT. The second half goes more in depth into LT's navigation on being a big time college athlete that was expected to take care of his family, the way in which he was parented, learning how to handle different situations, and the power of reconciliation to win...

As a bonus, our co-host will be releasing a surprise episode this Wednesday 5/4...we hope you will enjoy.

May 02, 202228:58
Episode S2. 11: Moment of Truth Ft. Dr. Sylviane Greensword

Episode S2. 11: Moment of Truth Ft. Dr. Sylviane Greensword

One day before Reconciliaiton Day ..not 2..the crew comes back with the offi-ci-al Race & Reconciliation Initiative Post Doctoral Fellow Dr. Sylviane Greensword. Dr. Greensword is the spearhead behind the Oral History Project and lead researcher of the Charley and Kate Thorp family research project. If you've heard this name before it is because it is no stranger to the RRI scene. Charley and Kate Thorp was a formally enslaved married Black couple who were instrumental in the development of early TCU. Dr. Greensword is back again to talk about the nuances of the Thorp's relationship to the TCU's founder and how what we know of American enslavement is only a small fraction...

With exciting news, Dr. Greensword updates us on her research to share that she has found living descendants of Charley and Kate Thorp who have traveled far and wide to come to TCU for Reconciliation Day to learn more about their ancestors. Through the art of the possible and the power of reconciliation, we have and continue to find ...a Moment of Truth 

Apr 19, 202246:30
Episode S2.10: Wins & Losses Pt. 1- LaDainian "LT" Tomlinson
Apr 13, 202227:46
Episode S2.9: Wild Wild West

Episode S2.9: Wild Wild West

Though away from the podcast world conducting matters of programming for RRI, co-host Dr. G and Marcellis return to discuss recent news of the media world or perhaps the wild wild west. Viewing the 94th annual Oscars award incident as point of contention in discussing Responses, Reactions, and "Reconciliation." Our co-host delve into their perspectives of if harm and healing can happen at the same time. Additionally the two discuss the difference between Reactions vs. Responses and how human emotions can cause us to lose sight of the bigger picture... Be sure to continue to tune in to hear more upcoming event related to RRI ! Check out the official website for more information, click here. Dr. G's Black Oscars book can be found HERE. Be sure to tune in next week as the co-host revisit Episode 3.2 “Reconcile This!” The Score with a very special guest… -In Power & In Peace. 
Mar 31, 202245:01
Episode S2. 8: Be Ft. Dr. Jay Augustine

Episode S2. 8: Be Ft. Dr. Jay Augustine

On this episode of Reconcile This! Dr. G and Marcellis follow up on last episode's "People Hear What They See" with having the insightful wisdom of their esteemed guest, a nationally recognized speaker, and church leader Dr. Jay Augustine to further explore the idea of Reconciliation.  A New Orleans native, Jonathan C. Augustine (a/k/a “Jay Augustine”) is a pastor and professor, as well as an author and advocate. He is part of a group of national social justice leaders who speak for the equality of all human beings, while advocating for policies of diversity, inclusion, and belonging. With the release of his new and highly anticipated book entitled Called to Reconciliation: How the Church Can Model Justice, Diversity and Inclusion, Dr. Augustine offers an added layer to how the work can be facilitated and shared. This book argues that the church's work in reconciliation can serve as a model for society at large and that secular diversity and inclusion practices can benefit the church. It offers a prophetic call to pastors, church leaders, and students to recover reconciliation as the heart of the church's message to a divided world. Make sure you get your copy TODAY!  Additionally be sure to join Team RRI for The Race & Reconciliation Initiative Week that will be  starting on 2/21. For more information, check out the website here. Remember, when we be we take the steps into becoming.  & as we are becoming, we are growing closing to being.  Be Loving, Be Encouraging, Be all that you, Be Boundless, Be and embody, and Be...
Feb 17, 202236:19
Episode S2. 7: People Hear What They See Ft. James Baldwin

Episode S2. 7: People Hear What They See Ft. James Baldwin

On this special episode of Reconcile This! Dr. G and Marcellis return with a unique spin on their discussion. Within the spirit of celebrating Black History and Reconciliation, our co-hosts wanted to begin to explore the wise words of popular Black trailblazers. This episode will feature a clip from the prolific Black author James Arthur Baldwin. Entitled "Embracing the 'Stranger'" Baldwin invites listeners into his perspective on what racial Reconciliation can look like through his lens. At the conclusion of his brief statement, our co-host return to bring about an interesting dialogue regarding Race and rebuilding. 

Be sure to tune in for the next episode of Reconcile This! That will feature Author Dr. Jay Augustine as we cover his new book Called to Reconciliation: How the Church Can Model Justice, Diversity and Inclusion (Baker Academic, 2022). 

For more information on RRI week check out the website here !

Feb 11, 202240:38
Episode S2. 6: Care for Me Ft. Dr. Rhondda Thomas (Part 2/2)
Jan 25, 202228:08
Episode S2. 5: It Was Written Ft. Dr. Rhondda Thomas (Part 1/2)
Dec 20, 202136:18
Episode S2. 4: Represent Ft. Cecilia Hill
Dec 01, 202126:03
Episode S2. 3: The Low End Theory
Nov 04, 202131:48
Episode S2. 2: For Your Eyes Only Ft. Dr. Sylviane Greensword
Oct 14, 202127:37
Episode S2. 1: One Day It'll All Make Sense..
Sep 22, 202132:48
Episode 6.1: ...And Then There Was..(Bonus Content)

Episode 6.1: ...And Then There Was..(Bonus Content)

Dr. G and Marcellis wanted to return this week with a quick Bonus Content episode to reflect on the recent police killing of Daunte Wright by officer Kim Potter. 

We try to unpack the constant traumatic experiences of being Black in America, while embracing further impact.

The question is what or who can protect us ? 

*Thank you to our listeners! We have over 1,300 total since January and have reached the shores of 7 countries outside of the US.


Apr 16, 202132:11
Episode 6: The Miseducation

Episode 6: The Miseducation

This week Dr. G and Marcellis return with an exciting episode where they have brought on the voices of current student leaders and stories of students of our past from 1955 to 2021. Ms. Jordan Carter, Dr. Jacque Lambiase, and Ms. Cassie Trosino allow us to peer into the world of Sorority life, culture, and history.  Ms. Trosino: (1:27) Madam President (2:28) My main goal (5:00) You can't make 'em drink ..(7:22) Let's do this together (8:55) Everybody does not have to do everything (9:53) Strive to have the biggest ears in the room (11:26) Seek first to understand (13:56) What binds us all and bonds us all (14:30) Doc Talk Dr. Lambiase (15:36) A story of TCU 1955 written by Students (16:30) How do we help people see what they are doing, as they do it (16:50) April 29th, 1955 and HBCU Tennessee State meet at TCU..(19:35) Legalized Separation and Segregation (21:33) ..but not at TCU..(24:17) More from students? (25:48) TCU choose not to meet it Ms. Carter: (26:23) Madam President (27:41) A lot of Misinterpretations (30:30) There is no secret (31:19) Support is everything (33:30) We are able to impact areas (36:23) We are setting he foundation for our community (41:23) World Premier.. (42:30) We have to strive .. (45:20) Black Sororities and Colorism (46:34) Before you get there.. Editing & Co-Production: Kai Grady   
Apr 12, 202149:44
Episode 5: U.N.I.T.Y

Episode 5: U.N.I.T.Y

This week on Reconcile This! Dr. G & Marcellis return with an in-depth conversation that focuses on the importance of community engagement and involvement within Ft. Worth. Bringing on Dr. Roseangela Boyd, Dr. Trung Nguyen, Professor Adam McKinney, and Dr. Johnny Nhan who each bring a critical perspective on how TCU can be of better service to the Ft. Worth community. 

Dr. Boyd: (1:43) The misconception of community (3:30) Who is TCU responsible to? (5:50) Getting rid of the "other" (9:07) TCU aka The Bubble (14:00) The School Of Medicine is the Model (18:58) If you teach a person to fish... (21:12) Progress is a process

Doc Talk Dr. Trung Nguyen & Professor Adam McKinney: (22:30) Who does TCU work with in the community ? (23:13) TCU does business with 14% of ...(25:11) TCU as contributor for the Ft. Worth economy (26:17) It's about visibility (27:39) What are we saying or not saying about Blackness (28:37) Blackness is looked over, not central

Dr. Nhan: (34:27) Operation Progress (38:08) Class difference (40:27) But people are making individual choices (44:30) Who makes the law? (45:49) The laws do not reflect the "people" (54:40) The mistrust is valid 

Editing & Co-production: Kai Grady

Apr 05, 202101:05:46
Episode 4.2: What's Free (Bonus Content)

Episode 4.2: What's Free (Bonus Content)

Dr. G and Marcellis return with their reflections on the George Floyd murder, the Chauvin Trial, and those whose lives weren't given the humanity that they deserved. 

Breonna Taylor, Eric Garner, Donovan Lynch & every other Black life lost to police brutality and Anti-Black Racism..

Rest in Power

We move forward, in searching for "What's Free." If possible..

Apr 02, 202128:04
Episode 4.1: The What (Bonus Content)

Episode 4.1: The What (Bonus Content)

Dr. G & Marcellis return with a bonus content special reflecting on the recent killings of our Asian Brothers and Sisters and the overarching structure of White Supremacy. Unfortunately, within a system it enacts its powers by the further separation of those not benefiting from it. 

What can we do ? We honestly don't have the answers, just more questions that may lead us there. 

Let us know your thoughts through email: RRI@TCU.EDU or Twitter/IG : @TCURRinitiative. 

Mar 26, 202118:18
Episode 4: If You Don't Know? I Am...

Episode 4: If You Don't Know? I Am...

This week co-hosts Dr. G and Marcellis return with a great episode that you do not want to miss! Interviewing our trailblazers and champions who take on the daily duty of doing "The Work". Joined by TCU's 2nd African American Woman promoted to full professor Dr. Francyne Huckaby, RRI Co-chairs Ms. Leslie Ekpe and Dr. Clifford Harrell, and the Director of Diversity and Inclusion Initiatives, Interim Senior Advisor to the Chancellor and the Chief Inclusion Officer Ms. Aisha Torrey Sawyer.  

(1:17) I Am... (2:35) In 2018 ! (4:55) The Gifted Curse (6:23) This says less about me, more about the system (7:18) Why ? Because this is the life that I wanted to live (9:40) TCU, the slow change (11:28) Who do I want to teach ? (14:34) Preparing to talk about race (15:59) Faculty meetings and race (17:21) The little actions we do, make the institution (18:39) Its trendy to be "Woke" 

(19:48) I Am... (21:02) What did the TCU Board of Trustees say at the beginning of desegregation ? (22:08) Present policies and practices, past precursors (22:43) TCU Athletics. We know about Dr. James Cash, but who else? (23:47) We don't even know their names (24:49) What has changed for the Black-Student Athletes? (25:30) We integrated, but we didn't include (26:04) Rejected from TCU, sent to Jarvis Christian College (27:55) Then the "Why" repeats (30:06) If we are talking about "Equitable" resources (33:23) TCU Black students demanding a Black cultural the 70s ?

(34:31) I Am... (35:03) A Chief Inclusion Officer does what exactly? (36:48) How do you define Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion ? (39:03) People say they want change..but do they really want change ? (40:17) Equality does not mean Equity (42:11) Difficulties as a Black Woman at this level ? (45:20) But..What..? (46:18) Being in the middle of ..not doing enough and doing to much (48:00) DEI is not good enough, lets get rid of it? (49:55) The terminology does not get to the root (50:58) Some backs can't bend (53:33) How does one practice having difficult conversation? (56:55) What does it look like to reconcile ? 

Editing & Co- Production: Kai Grady 

Benching Jim Crow - Charles Martin 

Mar 08, 202157:60
Episode 3.2: The Score (Bonus Content)
Mar 05, 202114:14
Episode 3.1: Step Into a World (Bonus Content)
Mar 04, 202115:42
Episode 3: The Dreamer, The Believer

Episode 3: The Dreamer, The Believer

The RRI team is back with a new episode that will be a treat. This week co-hosts Dr. G and Marcellis talk to the dreamers and believers who attempt to reconcile in their daily efforts and works. Joined by Women & Gender Studies Professors Dr. Randa Tawil, RRI Co-Chair Dr. Sue Anderson and Retired Secret service and Assistant Vice Chancellor for Public Safety Mr. Adrian Andrews. This is a full, action-packed and insightful conversation that is worth every minute!

Dr. Tawil: (1:56) I am the FIRST (2:36) Misconceptions of WGST (5:16) The Origins of heroes (8:20) The levels of identity (12:27) Who is being left out? (15:47) The power of imagination (17:54) We might as well watch a movie (21:15) How do you define reconciliation ?

Dr. Anderson: (23:16) Charley Throp ? (24:08) Thank God we Made It (26:26) He did everything for TCU (28:11) A freedom never "realized" (28:45) Who is responsible?  

Mr. Andrews: (32:18) The Longest Title (33:31) The word "Police" (35:31) When I take this tie off..(38:38) That's what I hope (39:29) Being Black and a Police Officer ? (41:33) The L.E.S.S is More Program (43:25) Defund the Police (45:30) Tasked with a lot (47:13) The badge is not a "shield" (51:10) Raise Taxes? (54:21) I want to help! (55:32) We GOT to do our part

Dr. G: (55:55) RRI Week

"We don't talk enough about imagination enough

In order to make change, we have to imagine new futures and new realties....Imaging new world views."

This episode is for The Dreamers and The Believers

Thank you,

Editing & Production - Kai Grady

Feb 22, 202156:57
Episode 2.1: How I Got Over (Bonus Content)

Episode 2.1: How I Got Over (Bonus Content)

Back with some bonus content Dr. G and Marcellis wanted to provide some of their personal insights and takeaway from Episode 2 Black on Both Sides/Healing at the Crossroads. With some much going on in the world we want to emphasize the importance of taking care of your mental health. You may not be to blame, but you are responsible for your healing and most importantly you are not alone. 

Stay tuned for an important message at the end regarding RRI week!

Feb 19, 202122:06
Episode 2: Black on Both Sides/Healing at the Crossroads

Episode 2: Black on Both Sides/Healing at the Crossroads

& We are back! On this episode co-hosts Dr. G & Marcellis invite Dr. Brian Dixon & Dr. Eric Wood to discuss the intricacies of generational trauma, Black history, and healing. We ask the questions that appear to be taboo in our community which relates to the importance of mental and emotional health. 

If there is a spotlight on trauma, there might be an open door for healing..Join us! 

Our "Doc Talk" intermission features Dr. Alan Gallay, who is one of many RRI Co-chairs that we will feature during this segment. Dr. Gallay introduces the effects of massacres in North Texas after the Civil War and the interesting "Gray Area" in which our TCU history lives within..

Dr. Dixon (1:20) What form does healing take? (2:15) Generational trauma is ..? (3:32) What's not healed, will be handed down (3:56) You have to work twice as hard, for half (6:15) "Free Radicals" (8:27) You are a terrible therapist for yourself 

Dr. Gallay's "Doc Talk"(11:11) TCU's relationship with the Confederacy (12:10) Establishing universities & violence (15:50) Education to calm (16:43) TCU & HBCUs? Jarvis Christian College  (18:49) It complicates our interpretation (19:24) The first, will be last.. (21:40) The Gray area 

Dr. Wood (22:47) Trauma is multilayered (23:58) Helping people articulate their pain (24:30) Hurt people, hurt people (25:25) Can you acknowledge what you did ? (26:21) TCU's training (27:42) Practical tips for taking your medicine (30:12) Be real whats going on (30:50) There is a spotlight on trauma & an open door for healing 


TCU Counseling & Mental Health:

Also, be on the look out for BONUS CONTENT....& don't forget to rate, review & subscribe..

Editing & Production-  Kai Grady 

Feb 08, 202132:34
Episode 1: The Blueprint
Jan 25, 202148:06
Trailer: Reconcile This!

Trailer: Reconcile This!

We welcome you to TCU's Race & Reconciliation podcast "Reconcile This!". Whereas host and chair Dr. Frederick Gooding Jr., "Dr. G" & Grad. Assistant Marcellis Perkins give a behind the scenes look into what RRI has been working on. Each episode will include two segments of interviews where the hosts will engage in critical conversation with different TCU & Ft. Worth leaders who dedicate themselves to the work of "Reconciliation". Found within the middle of each episode a "Doc Talk" intermission segment will include the wonderful co-chairs of RRI who will be discussing artifacts, documents and or  other interesting facts found within their study. 

We hope that you learn a little more as we learn, ask more questions as we ask, and seek the truth alongside with us in this journey. 

Editing & Production Credits: Mr. Kai Grady. Twitter @KaiGrady IG:LakerFan8

TCU RRI: Twitter & IG- @TCURRInitiative 

Facebook: TCU Race & Reconciliation Initiative 

Jan 17, 202100:53