This week is another special and timely episode that addresses the racial unrest in the U.S. and the world. Dr. Alex Gee is interviewed by Elder Shumeca Pickett Of River City Church In Chicago about the relationship between Black and White Christians, and the complexities of navigating multi-cultural faith communities. Everyone can learn from this honest and insightful conversation on faith and race in the Church.
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Dr. Alex Gee keeps his Black Like Me podcast going with another perspective on the vital issues of our time. Interim Director of Safety and Security of the Verona Area School District, Corey Saffold, returns to the show to discuss his experience as a Black man in law enforcement and his inside view on police reform.
Dr. Alex Gee brings his Black Like Me Live conversation to the podcast as he talks with a former white police officer. Chad Melton is now a pastor but brings his law enforcement experience to the conversations. Dr. Gee also connects with Anthony Ward, a former African-American police officer, to add a new perspective to recent events.
Dr. Alex Gee shares his Facebook Live rant from a week that saw Amy Cooper’s reaction to a Black man in the park and George Floyd’s death from police violence. Dr. Gee gives an emotional response to these racially motivated incidents.
Dr. Alex Gee discusses the just released documentary, Justified Journey that follows the story of Dr. Gee’s discovery of his ancestry. Just as the [Gee]nealogy podcast series exposed the shocking history of the Gee family, including slavery, slave owner’s, and family secrets now revealed for the first time. This interview will give you the behind the scenes look at the year’s long path to the screen of this documentary.
Watch the documentary online here.