Joining the conversation this week is budding Black poet, Tremayne Henry, who shares the experiences that inspired his poem 'What Do You See When You See Me?' He also discusses his struggles with gaining the respect of his Black co-workers. The Other Side of the Table is available on Apple podcasts, Google Play, Spotify, and postbulletin.com/podcasts. A copy of Tremayne's poem can be found at postbulletin.com/rochester-in-
Joining the conversation this week are entreprenuers Lee and Jodi Green, who share their experiences as an interracial couple living and raising children in Rochester, Minn. They share their perspectives on what has changed over the past twenty years, how Rochester compares to their previous home. (Spoiler alert: they love it here). Ken also shares more of his story and how he navigates his personal and professional life, raises children, while debunking stereotypes of him as a Black man. The Other Side of the Table is available on Apple podcasts, Google Play, Spotify, and postbulletin.com/podcasts.
Part 2 of our conversation with Anthony Hall, who shares his insights on important historical events that stifled the Black community from truly reaching freedom and equality along with specific action items every community can do to help heal the racial divide in our country.
(0:15 - 16:50) Ken and Chris discuss the controversial comments regarding flying the American flag in city parks and different perspectives on kneeling during the national anthem.
On this week's episode, Ken & Christy discuss COVID-19 vaccines and other current trending topics in our society
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