Tessie Castillo: Advocate for Humanity on Death Row
Tessie Castillo is an author, journalist and public speaker who specializes in stories on criminal justice, drug policy, prison reform and racial equity. She co-wrote her first book, Crimson Letters: Voices from Death Row, with four men serving death sentences in North Carolina, whom she met while volunteering at North Carolina’s Central Prison in 2014. While volunteering, Castillo…
The Daily Mile: Interview with Bill Russell
Scott Bryant-Comstock interviews Bill Russell, who shares the story behind The Daily Mile and its impact on children and families worldwide. Bill Russell is the Director of The Daily Mile USA Program. Bill has over 20 years of experience as a public educator and has been an administrator, a teacher, and a coach. Bill has…
Be A Better Parent: Interview with Dr. Bob Franks
In this episode, Dr. Robert P. Franks talks about his new book, BE A BETTER PARENT – 10 STRATEGIES FOR BEING THE BEST YOU CAN BE FOR YOUR CHILD. Dr. Franks shares a glimpse of his personal experience and family life which became his inspiration in writing this powerful book. He also imparts some practical parenting advice on how you can be the best parent for your child.
What You’ll Learn
The importance of love, quality time, communication, and respect in parenting.
Practical parenting advice from a psychologist through the lens of love combined with years of working with families.
And much more!
Conversations on Race – Do You See Color?
Joining me today are two iconic individuals who are passionately serving people and communities through their advocacy work, Julie Radlauer-Doerfler, and Ryon Robert Coote. This episode represents the third conversation in our three-part miniseries on conversations about race. Julie Radlauer-Doerfler is a changemaker and a peacemaker. In every aspect of her career, she has focused…
Conversations About Race: Understanding Privilege
In this episode, Julie Radlauer-Doerfler and Ryon Coote have a dialogue about privilege. These two advocates share the importance of the profound meaning of privilege coming from their own perspectives and how privilege impacts the way we communicate with each other and the society as a whole. Julie and Ryon are hopeful that by listening to this conversation, people can glean something helpful and apply it in their own lives with the people around them.