Joed and Dr. Glenn Lang talk about getting out the corner and really learning about whats happening around you

November 18, 2015

Hey everyone, in this episode we brought back Dr. Glenn Lang (Bio Below).  Listen to him and Joed discuss several topics that are not just relevant to know, but also things that seem to repeat themselves in history.  

OUR KEY TAKEAWAY from this episode is the importance of Higher Education in introducing minority students to other races and vice-versa.  It allows everyone to “get out of their corner” and mingle in the middle of the room.  We hope you enjoy, and as always don’t forget to SHARE, LIKE, and SUBSCRIBE to our podcast and sign up for our mailing list on the website.  See you! 

Dr. Glenn Lang was former Assistant Secretary of Higher Education, Acting Executive Director of New Jersey's Commission on Higher Education, and Executive Director of New Jersey's Educational Opportunity Fund program. In 2013, he retired from public service after a career of successful, creative, progressive leadership in higher education and senior policy-level government; developing innovative programs to increase higher education student and faculty diversity and retention, and to increase educational opportunities for first-generation, low-income and underrepresented minority students.

In This Episode:

They discuss the tragedies in Paris, Beirut, Kenya and across the globe

They delve deeper into news stories and not just reading the headlines

They talk about using alternate / international news sources

They review resignation of the president of Missouri and Racism across the globe.

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Systematic Racism and 1 Fact to Help Explain It

November 4, 2015
Welcome back beautiful people.  We appreciate you hanging around while we took some time off.  In this episode, Joed and myself talk about the recent history behind systematic racism (1950's and redlining) and looking honestly at the ripple effect it has on our community.  We also talk about the importance of being honest when talking about these issues. Enjoy and remember to subscribe and rate us on iTunes, and share our podcast with your friends!  The greatest impact happens when you share your knowledge and move on it. 

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