Dr. Karama Neal is goals. She is president of Southern Bancorp Community Partners and has also launched independent projects that promote equity of opportunity for all people. We discussed a few of her projects: The Arkansas Heir Property Act 2015, which helps families protect their land and ensure their descendants always have a place to call home; Ife Opportunity, her educational initiative; and So What Can I Do, a blog and e-book that promotes ethics in action.
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Links to what we discussed:
Heirs of Arkansas: Arkansas Heir Property Act
Ife Opportunity educational initiative
The Best of So What Can I Do 10th anniversary e-book
Where to find Dr. Neal:
@ARHPAct (Arkansas Heir Property Act on Twitter)
@IfeOpp (Ife Opportunity on Twitter)
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CREDITS AND SPECIAL THANKS
Portions of this episode were recorded at the Central Arkansas Library System’s Bobby L. Roberts Library of Arkansas History and Art. Katrina Dupins is our editor and producer, and Prentice Dupins Jr. composed the intro and outro music. The Blackbelt Voices podcast is a production of Blackbelt Media LLC.