Storytellers Series, episode 7 covers how companies, cities, and individuals can act as leaders to change racial injustices in the U.S.
This week on The Civil Conversations Project, Storytellers Series, we spoke about law enforcement today, its history, and where it should go in the future.
Wayne Hare, Civil Conversations Project Founding Director, joined by Doug Shoemaker, Grand Junction Police Department Chief of Police, discussed relational policing today and how we can all communicate and build trust to create a stronger, more peaceful future.
Wayne Hare, Civil Conversations Project Founding Director, tells us the rest of the story behind our Founding Fathers and the making of the National Anthem. By hearing the full story and understanding the code talk that still negatively impacts Americans today, we can begin to understand the depth of racism in America.
Wayne Hare, Civil Conversations Project Founding Director, joined by Nach Roath, a Future 5 College Consultant, and Vanessa Glynn, a GIS Specialist for the National Parks Service discussed how marginalized communities, specifically black and immigrant children are faced with unique challenges.
This week’s episode of The Civil Conversations Project: Storytellers Series covers the story behind Confederate monuments. We discuss how they came to be and where our country should go from here.