Dr. Alex Gee sits down with two other Black preachers in Madison, Rev Marcus Allen and Rev Everett Mitchell, to discuss the legacy of Martin Luther King Jr on social justice and Black churches. They have a fun conversation about Black church’s role since King and seeing the resurgence of social justice in the church now.
Dr. Alex Gee has an open conversation with Jay Sodey, Sr. Vice President of Consumer Banking at Associated Bank, about a personal incident in the company’s bank. You won’t want to miss this story of racial reconciliation and how a company can work toward improving their community. Sodey demonstrates personal and business integrity and a commitment to growth in race relations.
Don’t forget to share your photos of eating at Tamearra Dyson’s restaurant Souley Vegan to Dr. Alex Gee’s Facebook or Twitter pages. If 50 people visit the restaurant, Dr. Gee will make a special podcast visit to the Bay Area.
You are invited to a special evening as I share my journey into my family genealogy and America’s history.
A year in the making, the Black Like Me with Dr. Alex Gee Podcast is releasing a special audio series that tells the surprising story of my family history. Hear how I made new discoveries about my past and met White descendants of the Gee family name I didn’t know I had…
This fun evening will include some audience interaction, light refreshments, and special guests that you won’t want to miss.
– Dr. Alex Gee
This is a free event, but please RSVP via this attached Eventbrite link.
Dr. Alex Gee provides some commentary on his writing about how we use screens. He plans to get more out of life with real connections in 2019 and helps listeners see the chance for change in their own lives.
Are you thinking about resolutions for the new year? Don’t get stuck in failed plans. Dr. Alex Gee lays out 10 things that he looking forward to as we move into 2019. Get inspired to look at what you want to get out of the year.
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