Dr. Alex Gee has been featured on Wisconsin Public Radio a number of times. By clicking on the link above, you will be able to access all his appearances, including his interview on the Morning Show on “Confronting Racism in America.”
In this radio interview on NPR’s show The Takeway on New York Public Radio, Dr. Gee is featured as a guest and discusses the state of Wisconsin as the worst state for Black Americans as a result of racial disparity.
On March 9, 2018, Dr. Gee appeared on “To the Best of Our Knowledge,” a nationally syndicated and Peabody award-winning radio show, where his interview with Charles Monroe-Kane was broadcast across NPR stations around the nation. In this interview, Dr. Gee reflects on meeting white relatives in New Orleans who descended from the slaveowner that owned and raped Gee’s great-great-great grandmother Venus. In this link, you’ll find a written piece by Dr. Gee, pictures from the trip, and the interview with Charles Monroe-Kane.
Dr. Rev. Alex Gee hosts WORT 89.9 FM in Madison, WI’s radio show “A Public Affair,” where he talks about Black Fatherhood with fellow Black Madison fathers Jamaal Eubanks of Pivotal Transition, and Pastor Colier McNair of Zion City Church.
Listen here to “Mama’s Miracle of 1947,” which aired on a local radio station on Christmas Day. Narrated by Dr. Rev. Alex Gee, this is the retelling of the story of the healing of Dr. Gee’s Grandma from tuberculosis, as well as her salvation story. This is a great historical piece that tells the history of the roots of Fountain of Life.