Tahira discusses how she met Akwasi, how Tahira became interested in the research about cannabis, the laws surrounding cannabis, and the injustices in the brown and other minority communities. Why are people still serving severe sentences and other people aren’t for the same offense?
Nate Hilger is very passionate about children having equal opportunities to a successful education and for parents/ guardians to have access to resources in navigating parenting and helping their children to be successful!
We all want the same things for ourselves and our families which are food, shelter, employment, safety, and a sense of belonging.
The propaganda that was in magazines and newspapers about Native American children not being wanted by their parents was horrible!
Betsy feels we have more in common with each other than different! Betsy expressed her opinion: “We don’t have to like someone’s ethnicity but we don’t have the right to bully, torment or kill others because they are different!”
Betsy Wurzel ends the program with personal experiences in growing up in the 1960s and ’70s, where anti-Semitism and discrimination against the Jews still continues within the U.S., Betsy also mentioned an excellent book about growing up with Anti-Semitism.
“Ray has lived through one of the most turbulent times in our nation’s history, especially the time of assassinations of so many Black leaders at the end of the 1960s. Through it all, his voice remains quiet and measured, transcending all the sorrows…
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Betsy Wurzel "In a society that seems to think that some of its citizens are less than due to the color of their skin or where they are from, it can be difficult for kids to realize that what makes them different also makes…