26 episodes

Welcome to The GRAYAREA Podcast hosted by Gary R. Gray Jr. Gary is a teacher in Manila (Philippines). He enjoys talking with anyone who is willing to listen and share their stories with him. On this podcast you will find a talk series from Gary in which he dives deep into his childhood and current life. He takes the time to dissect his decision making and "accomplishments" up until now, and if he is truly living a full life. On his second podcast series #ItsPersonal, Gary speaks with educators, authors, teachers, parents, people from all walks of life on who they are behind the computer. He takes guest on a ride down memory lane, asking personal questions about identity and true meaning of life. It's not your typical pod. You can find Gary on all social media platforms @GaryRGrayJr

The GRAYAREA Podcast Gary R. Gray Jr

    • Education
    • 4.9, 9 Ratings

Welcome to The GRAYAREA Podcast hosted by Gary R. Gray Jr. Gary is a teacher in Manila (Philippines). He enjoys talking with anyone who is willing to listen and share their stories with him. On this podcast you will find a talk series from Gary in which he dives deep into his childhood and current life. He takes the time to dissect his decision making and "accomplishments" up until now, and if he is truly living a full life. On his second podcast series #ItsPersonal, Gary speaks with educators, authors, teachers, parents, people from all walks of life on who they are behind the computer. He takes guest on a ride down memory lane, asking personal questions about identity and true meaning of life. It's not your typical pod. You can find Gary on all social media platforms @GaryRGrayJr

Customer Reviews

4.9 out of 5
9 Ratings

9 Ratings

MsK1ELL ,

My ears are listening and my have been opened.

This podcast is excellent and am looking forward to the next part when it comes out. I knew that black people live in Canada, I know the stories or some of the stories of the slaves seeking asylum there but I was under the stupid assumption that race relations were better there than here in the US. I didn’t realize it was as segregated there today, as it is here. It was educational and looks like something I need to learn more about. Thanks for giving me a glimpse into that world and opening my eyes to my ignorance.
Thank you for that gift.

NinaKel08247474 ,

Thanks for sharing

Gary’s story reveals a lot about international teaching life. His voice is refreshing and earnest, mixing in the full range of life’s emotions: joy, shame, love, thoughtfulness...

I really enjoyed listening to these. Keep sharing your thoughts!

KyleJKreegs ,

Must Listen!!

I’m so proud of my friend Gary Gray Jr. on his continued contribution to education and his ability to tell a story! And his insights are based on his experience and I will listen to anything he puts out.

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