With a Mayoral election coming up soon in Madison, Dr. Alex Gee asks some questions that all communities should ask of their public officials. The questions that are important for a thriving African American community are often not addressed.
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Dr. Alex Gee takes a close look at Oscar Best Picture winner Green Book with filmmaker Eli Steenlage. The conversation explores the Hollywood concept of the White savior in film and the contrast of a great year in Black made films like BlackKklansman, If Beale Street Could Talk, Black Panther, and The Hate U Give. Check out some of these movies and Green Book, and then let us know what your thoughts.
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Dr. Alex Gee shared a special evening with his local listeners in response to the [Gee]nealogy Series. Listen as you get a taste of the live audience energy and questions answered in the moment. As well, Dr. Gee answers additional listener questions back in the studio.
Find out more about Dr. Gee’s genealogy journey at AlexGee.com
Dr. Alex Gee continues his conversations for Black History Month with Henry Sanders Jr. and his path to leadership in Madison and the whole state of Wisconsin.
For nearly twenty years, Henry Sanders Jr. (CEO and Publisher of Madison 365) has been a force for community development, economic development and entrepreneurship in the Madison area, in Wisconsin and throughout the Midwest.
Dr. Alex Gee has a very honest conversation with three past and current participants in the Justified Anger African American History Course. Lisa Hepburn speaks to how the class and experience affected her work in education. Matt Grimsley is the pastor at Resurrection Madison and talks about the impact the history class has had on commitment to race issues. Eli Steenlage is the Black Like Me Producer and going through the history class for the first time.
Justified Anger: mobilizemadison.com
Additionally, here are two books referenced in the discussion:
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Dr. Alex Gee talks with Pastors Mike and Kim Thompson about their thriving relationship and marriage. They display both a sense of humor and seriousness in their connection to one another. The Thompson’s share some practical advice on keeping a relationship fresh and honest for the long-term.
Learn more about Mike and Kim Thompson and Radiant Church in Seattle, WA.