116 episodes

Black Like Me with Dr. Alex Gee is a podcast that invites you to experience the world through the perspective of one Black man, one conversation, one story, or even one rant at a time.

Black Like Me Alex Gee

    • Society & Culture
    • 4.8, 96 Ratings

Black Like Me with Dr. Alex Gee is a podcast that invites you to experience the world through the perspective of one Black man, one conversation, one story, or even one rant at a time.

    S4 Ep. 98: Inviting White Cops Into The Struggle: A Conversation With Former Cop Chad Melton

    S4 Ep. 98: Inviting White Cops Into The Struggle: A Conversation With Former Cop Chad Melton

    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.
    alexgee.com
    patreon.com/blacklikeme

    • 1 hr 35 min
    S4 Ep. 97: A Rant: Why Do White Women Call The Police On Black Men?

    S4 Ep. 97: A Rant: Why Do White Women Call The Police On Black Men?

    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.
    alexgee.com
    patreon.com/blacklikeme

    • 1 hr 3 min
    S4 Ep. 96: Justified Journey Documentary: A [Gee]nealogy Discussion on a Documentary Dedicated to My Family’s Story with Producer Greg Jeschke

    S4 Ep. 96: Justified Journey Documentary: A [Gee]nealogy Discussion on a Documentary Dedicated to My Family’s Story with Producer Greg Jeschke

    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.
    JDog Productions
    [Gee]nealogy Podcast Series
    alexgee.com
    patreon.com/blacklikeme

    • 55 min
    S4 Ep. 95: Can Blacks and Asians Unite To Overcome The Racism Uncovered By COVID-19?

    S4 Ep. 95: Can Blacks and Asians Unite To Overcome The Racism Uncovered By COVID-19?

    Dr. Alex Gee sits down for a return visit with his good friend Peter Ahn to share about the Asian-American experience during the COVID-19 crisis. Dr. Gee and Peter discuss connections between their cultures, how it has shaped them and their friendship, and shed light on racism in their communities. They want to help guide the way with their shared experiences during and beyond this crisis.
    Sign statement to support Asian-American Community
    alexgee.com
    patreon.com/blacklikeme

    • 1 hr 17 min
    S4 Ep. 94: Birth Behind Prison Bars: A Mother & Son's Triumph Over Mass Incarceration

    S4 Ep. 94: Birth Behind Prison Bars: A Mother & Son's Triumph Over Mass Incarceration

    Dr. Alex Gee speaks with Jacquelyn Hunt and her son Julian about their relationship for a special Mother's Day episode. Jacquelyn and Julian share their amazing story together that began in prison. Don't miss this very personal story.
    Redeemed Through Recovery Book by Jackie Hunt
    Learn more about Jacquelyn's work: F.O.S.T.E.R.
    Watch A Picture Is A Thousand Words Video Commentary
    alexgee.com
    patreon.com/blacklikeme

    • 1 hr 2 min
    S4 Ep. 93: Black Joy, Self Care, And Black Perspectives On Harry Potter: An Interview With Dr. Jamila Lyiscott

    S4 Ep. 93: Black Joy, Self Care, And Black Perspectives On Harry Potter: An Interview With Dr. Jamila Lyiscott

    Dr. Alex Gee talks with Dr. Jamila Lyiscott about her inspiring perspectives on black culture and community. Dr. Lyiscott is a community engaged scholar, a nationally renowned speaker, author, and a spoken word artist. She serves as an Assistant Professor of Social Justice Education at the University of Massachusetts Amherst and a Senior Research Fellow of Teachers College, Columbia University's Institute for Urban and Minority Education (IUME). Across these spaces, Jamila's work focuses on racial justice, community engagement, and youth activism in education through the lens of what she has termed, "Vision-Driven Justice."
    jamilalyiscott.com
    Book: Black Appetite. White Food.
    Ted Talk: 3_Ways_To_Speak_English
    Ted Talk: Why_English_Class_Is_Silencing_Students_Of_Color
     
    alexgee.com
    patreon.com/blacklikeme

    • 1 hr

Customer Reviews

4.8 out of 5
96 Ratings

96 Ratings

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Exquisite Interviewer

What I like best about Dr. Gee is how he connects with his guests. I believe he brings out something very special in his interviews.

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Inspiring and so important!

Dr. Gee provides so much information in each episode. The Our Madison series ... no words, just listen!!

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S3ep61

I want to commend Lexi Gee for her candor and courage and going on the podcast to share what she did in s3ep61.

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