Join inspirational speaker and New York Times Bestselling author, Leslie Haskin as she engages ordinary people who share stories of triumph that will encourage your soul to press on and press in to God during these challenging times. Conversations are unguarded. Hearts are wide open. Hope is ignited and at a time when we all need a little more “umph,” “R” is for Resilience.The Resilience Podcast is part of the Buzzsprout Network. Subscribe on: Apple Podcasts / Google / Spotify / Stitcher / Alexa / TuneIn / RSS Feed
On being White in the Age of Color
A black man and a white man sit down for a rare and insighful discussion about the confederate flag, racist black behavior and what's next.
Let's Talk About Whiteness: Is a New Narrative Unfolding?
A candid discussion with Elizabeth Eraca Moses about the white bubble, identity, race and social constructs in America.
Has the Black Church Failed Black People: The Silence of the Lamb - Pt.1
A candid conversation with church leadership about whether the black church has failed the black people.
The Changing Face of Seeing Race: Part 2 (Helping multi-racial children establish their identity)
Dynamic mother-daughter team, Annie and Donni Furrey debunk outdated theories about isolation and identity confusion for mixed-race children.
From Africa to Healing
Emotional, riveting, honest. Three words describing this week’s episode with African CEO, Steve Asiema
The Color of Love - Black Man - White Woman Paradox
Two women explore love and the black man, white woman paradox.
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Simply put, this is the best podcast series. The topics of conversation are real, the questions are real, and the answers may surprise you. 9/11 survivor turned speaker, philanthropist, and New York Times Best-Selling author, Leslie Haskin, is not afraid to discuss the uncomfortable topics that everyone whispers behind closed doors.
Whether you’re getting yourself ready for work in the morning or heading home stuck in traffic, CheckPoint delivers. What an amazing platform to bring light to some of the issues faced or ignored in the Black community.
Great dialogue. I love it!