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Another View is a weekly call-in radio talk show that discusses today’s topics from an African American perspective.

Another View The Radio Show Podcast 89.5 WHRV-FM, Norfolk, VA

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Another View is a weekly call-in radio talk show that discusses today’s topics from an African American perspective.

    AV on Health: The Coronavirus Pandemic is NOT Over!

    AV on Health: The Coronavirus Pandemic is NOT Over!

    Summertime - the time of year for vacations, family reunions, beach parties, relaxation! But the summer of 2020 is different - we are in the middle of the coronavirus pandemic! In order to stop the spread of the virus, public health and medical experts implore us to wear masks in public, frequently wash our hands, and stay socially distant. African Americans must be especially diligent since, acccording to APM Research Lab and other sources, Blacks continue to have the highest death rates from Covid-19 than any other racial or ethnic group. Yet many African Americans do not put into practice recommended safety protocols to stay safe. We welcome back cardiologist Dr. Keith Newby with a reality check on the pandemic and why we must actively engage in stopping the spread of this deadly virus!

    • 54 min
    A Mother's Tears

    A Mother's Tears

    "I kept telling him it was okay. He tried to trust me. He wanted to trust me. But he already knew what all Black men know: when they are being hunted, their mothers can't save them." Those are the words from the essay, "Arrest Record" by author Desiree Cooper. It's an introspective look at her relationship with her son, and how he is coping with the racial tension we now face in our country. Desiree Cooper talks about Black motherhood, racism and community activism, and expresses hope to all mothers, but particularly African American mothers and their sons.

    • 54 min
    Helping White People Understand Racism

    Helping White People Understand Racism

    The murder of George Floyd, by a now former Minneapolis police officer, was the catalyst for the racial reckoning we are now experiencing in the United States. Many White people are shocked that racism still exists, have trouble understanding institutional racism, and are frankly, stumped about what to do about it as individuals. On the next Another View we will talk about race from the perspective of White people who are struggling with the concepts of microaggressions, equity and privilege. We will provide perspective on the difference between being a "non-racist" and an "anti-racist". And we'll answer the question, "How do I talk to my children about race?". Our guests include Jonathan Zur, President and CEO of the Virginia Center for Inclusive Communities, and Jennifer Harvey, author of "Raising White Kids: Bringing Up Children in a Racially Unjust America".

    • 54 min
    AV Round Table: After the Protests - Then What?

    AV Round Table: After the Protests - Then What?

    Protesters take to the streets. Statues come down. People who are suddenly "woke" scramble to learn how to be anti-racist. But after all of this is done - will systemic racism be gone? What are we asking for? What policies have to change? What will eliminate racism from our everyday lives? The Another View Round Table tackles the question, "what's next"? Insightful conversation from Alvean Lyons, Allison Moore, Daun Hester and Carol Pretlow.

    • 54 min
    Mental Health and Racial Trauma

    Mental Health and Racial Trauma

    Not only is racism legally and morally wrong, it also takes a toll on the mental health of those who endure its effects on a daily basis. African Americans are particularly vulnerable as we are more likely to face police violence, unemployment, disparities in education and healthcare, and broken relationships. Psychologist Pamela LaVeist Bell provides insight on race-based traumatic stress, and what we all can do to maintain balance and protect our mental health.

    • 54 min
    Forbidden Love

    Forbidden Love

    He was an African American Catholic priest. She was a White Polish-American nun. They fell in love in 1950's America. Meet their son, Joe Steele, and Lisa Jones Gentry, author of "Forbidden Love". It's the true story of resilience and determination to let love shine despite cultural and religious doctrine. Plus, Lisa Godley introduces us to a young lady who will not allow sickle cell anemia stand in her way; and we share the history behind Juneteenth.

    • 54 min

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