Colors is a frank discussion about race. Join JJ Green, who is black and guests of different racial backgrounds as they discuss the challenges the nation faces as it struggles to heal and make meaningful changes for racial equality. It's a safe, non-judgmental, apolitical space to discuss race. Join us.
Ep. 71 | Marvin and Linda Worthy push "Purple" agenda in Chambersburg Mayor's race
Chambersburg, Pa. is about 90% white and heavily Republican. The death of George Floyd changed something there. Marvin Worthy is a Black Democrat. He and his wife, Dr. Linda Worthy say their inclusive "blue + red = purple" political strategy could make history.
Ep. 70 | Understanding Vietnamese Culture in the U.S.
Dr. Julie Pham, who is "proud" to have come to the U.S. with other Vietnamese "boat people" discusses her family's connection to Vietnam and immigration to the U.S. She sets the record straight about the Vietnam War, Vietnamese contributions to American business and she discusses her book, "The 7 Forms of Respect".
Ep. 69 | COVID Conspiracy: Foreign disinformation driving American vaccine resistance
Foreign disinformation is driving US vaccine resistance. On this special podcast, we connect the dots between a secret foreign influence campaign that recruited social media influencers to spread lies about U.S. COVID vaccines and Americans' resistance to getting vaccinated. This is a SPECIAL Target USA/COLORS Crossover Podcast. Follow @TUSApodcast and @Podcastcolors on Twitter for details.
Ep. 68 | Backlash
George Floyd's death triggered a massive, national racial justice movement. But almost from the beginning, some were warning that a backlash was coming. It's arrived. Noted attorney, author, and media personality Areva Martin discusses it.
Ep. 67 | The JEB Stuart High to Justice High name change: A lesson for America
Changing the name of JEB Stuart High School in Fairfax County Virginia, took two and a half years. By the time it became known as Justice High School, a lot of feelings were hurt, threats were made and lessons were learned. Debbie Ratliff was involved in the process.
Ep. 66 |The Georgetown Butcher
This is the amazing story of Wendell Allsbrook, who took the lemons that life gave him, and instead of making lemonade, he planted the seeds and started a lemon grove. Now, this product of Washington DC's inner city is one the most successful business people in Washington, D.C.
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I love JJ Green but think Chris Core has a lot to learn. As for Shelby Steele, he has been indoctrinated by Fox News and suffers from self hatred and delusion. Not sure what world he is living in with his views on racism or the lack of it. He’s hard to listen to.
I love the podcast. Dr. Shelby Steele is all wrong. His point of view is to the extreme right. He failed to mention how the US government used housing to keep Blacks from creating generational wealth. Yes there are areas were blacks need to strap up and move forward. However we can’t ignore the white supremacy that still has its foot on the necks of blacks. Basically because blacks can drink at the same water fountain as whites we should ignore mass incarceration and police brutality? Mr. Steele is out of his mind. All the progress we made came from protesting yet he says protesting is a waste of time. Maybe the establishment is paying him to say the things he’s saying.
The topic was as good as the first three. I have a question. I’m a Afro Latino Puerto Rican. I grow up in both worlds of African American and Latino American. As a young man in NYC we where all one grow. Today as a 53 old I find that the Latino and African American community is divided. I’ve come across terms like bean eaters, Mira Mira people, the julios, speks and wet backs. And they are not coming from white people. It’s coming from my co works that are African American. How do we deal with these issues in our community.