In this article featured in Madison’s Cap Times, Dr. Rev. Alex Gee shares of the racial disparity and injustice occurring in Madison, WI. The article went viral in Madison, and ignited a movement to address the racial inequality reigning in this city.
Dr. Rev. Alex Gee’s message message at the Town Hall he called to follow up on the article “Justified Anger.”
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.
In this video, Dr. Rev. Alex Gee participates in an interview with Madison 365 on a multitude of topics and issues.
This article features an open letter from Dr. Rev. Alex Gee to UW-Madison, in response to an overtly racist display by UW students at a football game, and the administration’s response towards the act.
In this interview with local Madison TV Channel 3000, Dr. Rev. Alex Gee and Gloria Ladson-Billings respond to the racist incident referred to in the Open Letter to the University of Wisconsin-Madison referenced in the news article above.
Dr. Rev. Gee responds to an increase in violence within Madison with suggestions at how Madison as a whole can work together to address inequality.
In an interview and story by Madison365, Dr. Gee reflects on 25 years of Nehemiah empowering Madison’s African-American community.
Dr. Rev. Gee shares of what he specifically heard from the community in response to the Justified Anger movement.
Dr. Rev. Gee sits down for a cover story article with for The Covenant Companion–the denominational magazine of the Evangelical Covenant Church.
Dr. Rev. Gee and fellow Covenant pastor Peter Ahn share their concerns with the current state of racial disparity within the Evangelical Covenant Church, and their hopes for the future of the denomination.
Found in this link is a presentation by Professor Kyle Small on whiteness, followed by a response for Dr. Gee for North Park Theological Seminary’s Symposium on Race.
Dr. Gee serves as a primary contributor in this installment of the award-winning documentary series “Our Wisconsin,” which focuses on the issues that make Wisconsin ranked among the worst states in racial disparity in the nation.