What we care about. Our stories. Our places.
A journey of discovery
Episode 72. From Farm to Table, "I had a restaurant"
Alberto's story fits squarely with all that is going on today. His industry is in free fall. He is an immigrant. He deals with issues of race. His life is disrupted by Covid, and he is concerned about the culture of divisiveness. Talking with him, I felt optimistic, it is a good conversation.
Episode 71. Listen to "I Have a Dream" from 1963
On August 28, 1963 Martin Luther King gave his famous speech at the Lincoln Memorial in Washington D.C. The march and gathering was unprecedented in size and changed the course of the country. Today we are revisiting what has been accomplished. This is worth listening to, one of the great speeches of our times.
Episode 70. A DI-A-LOGUE event. VOTING Why it counts
This is may be one of the best discussions on VOTING. Our second virtual round table event includes 8 diverse people from around the country sharing their experiences and views on voting. It is the most important subject in our country today.
Episode 69. Awoke and fearful, confronting racism and Covid 19
In this episode, I am talking with Shayna in Butte, Montana. She wanted to follow up a previous conversation. Her life is upside down after confronting her race, and dealing with Covid 19 that is just now taking hold in her town.
Episode 68. A DI-A-LOGUE event. RACE What color is America
7 Amazing people of all colors came together for a virtual live round table discussion on race. Each shared personal experiences and how racism has impacted them. This is the full recording of the event. You can view it on YouTube. An American Mosaic channel.
Episode 67. Launching DI-A-LOGUE Events, virtual live events.
Excited to launch DI-A-LOGUE events. A series of virtual live stream events talking about things that matter. You can find us as An American Mosaic at EVENTBRITE. di-a-logue.eventbrite.com
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Slices of America in bite size vignettes.
What a great program! Love the brevity and variety of the episodes.
Keep them coming, John. Thank you.