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Welcome to Cultural Conversations Radio Show; with your host and producer, Verona Mitchell. On Cultural Conversations Radio, we discuss news and cultural topics of the day. Call in to the show live at (347) 857-3121. REBROADCAST ON DEMAND at anytime throughout the week by just choosing an archived segment. Join our weekly host and the variety of culturally specific programming.

Latest Episodes

Tonya Lovelace-Davis on Current Acts of Violence Against Women of Color

Please join me as I welcome Tonya Lovelace-Davis, Chief Executive Officer atWomen of Color Network, to CULTURAL CONVERSATIONS RADIO. Ms. Lovelace is director of the Women of Color Network. The WOCN advocates to eliminate domestic violence and sexual assault. The WOCN directly addresses a broad range of violence affecting communities of color and other forms of oppression that intersect with violence against women of color.We will discuss the Cosby accustions as well as other current incidents and acts of violence against women; particularly women of color. Ms. Lovelace-Davis will also give information on how we can raise our consciousness, identifying the signs of abuse, and how we can protect ourselves and others from such violence. This show looks at the raising incidents of violence among celebrities and against women in general.Verona

70 min2015 JUL 28
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Tonya Lovelace-Davis on Current Acts of Violence Against Women of Color

Judy Whitney-Davis, Historian: Hatred or Heritage; the Confederate Flag Debate

Join Cultural Conversations as I welcome historian and Southern Antebellum tour and performance artist to our online studio. Ms. Whitney-Davis gives her historical perspective on the Confederate Flag and the conflict between heritage and hate within the current debate over the flag. MONDAY LIVE CALL IN (347) 857-3121. Call in and give your insight into this dynamic conversation. http://tobtr.com/7785881Judy Whitney-Davis is a Southern performance artist and historian focused on bringing the stories, icons, and caharactors of the deep south of the United States to light. She has worked on the south's most prestigous plantations and have taught hundrends of visitors desiring to know more about the role slaves and southern land owners played in the creation of America.Verona Mitchell, Ph.D.Host & Producer

60 min2015 JUL 21
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Judy Whitney-Davis, Historian: Hatred or Heritage; the Confederate Flag Debate

Same Sex Marriage Celebrating LGBT Marriage for All with KM Davis

Join Cultural Conversations with an intimate interview with KM Davis, Founder of Davis Law & Associates. Davis is a returned special guest to Cultural Conversations and will enlighten and engage on the subject of the Supereme Court ruling making same sex marriage legal in 50 state, the path to marriage equality and her personal journey in the Lesbian Gay Bisexual Transgender (LGBT) community.KM Davis is founder of Davis Law & Associates. She discovered her passion for helping business owners far before she realized her own entrepreneurial leanings. However, upon realizing her dual interest (and the need to now “practice what she preached”) Davis’s interest in business law matters has only deepened. The ability to understand the needs of business owners and their families allows Davis to consider aspects of client issues that sometimes even they haven’t realized, and creates a relationship beyond attorney/client…for most clients Davis serves a more comprehensive business advisor role.Verona Mitchell, Ph.D.Cultural Conversations

57 min2015 JUN 30
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Same Sex Marriage Celebrating LGBT Marriage for All with KM Davis

Harold Michael Harvey-Justice In the Round, the American Jury System

Join me for a Cultural Conversation with Harold Michael Harvey, author of the new book, Justice in the Round. Harvey will give his perspective on the country’s racial dynamics at play in the American Jury System.Harvey is the author of the critically acclaimed legal thriller, Paper Puzzle and author or a new book, Justice in the Round. Harvey formed the Cascade Publishing House to publish his works and the works of other authors who feel more comfortable in a small publishing house.Harold Michael Harvey is an American award winning journalist, former lawyer, political pundit, novelist, essayist and publisher. He earned a degree in Political Science from Tuskegee Institute and a Juris Doctorate degree from Atlanta Law School. Harvey was honored for “Outstanding Work in Newspaper Journalism,” in 1976 by the National Newspaper Publishers Association. The Gate City Bar Association bestowed upon him their prestigious R. E. Thomas Civil Rights Award in 1996 after Harvey represented over 180 college students arrested in the City of Atlanta during a black college spring break ritual known as “Freaknic.”Verona Mitchell, Ph.D.Host/ProducerCultural Conversations

59 min2015 JUN 23
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Harold Michael Harvey-Justice In the Round, the American Jury System

Dr. Nicholas Harlep on the Assault on Communities of Color

Join me for an in depth cultural conversation with Dr. Nicholas Hartlep, author of The Assault on Commuities of Color and Model Minority Stereotype: Demystifying Asian American Success. We will explore the realities of race-based violence in communities of color. What are some of the present day drivers to the violence we are witnessing? What has been the historical past in engagement with communities of color. The Asian-American student population supposedly scores off-the-charts on high-stakes college admission tests, such as the SAT. Public perception of Asian-American success is evidenced in the phrase “the Asian invasion” — the notion that Asian-Americans are overrepresented on college campuses. Dr. Hartlep sheds light on percieved myths and stereotypes through his groundbreaking research.Dr. Hartlep is an assistant professor of educational foundations and is author of the books, The Model Minority Stereotype: Demystifying Success (2013, Information Age Publishing) and The Model Minority Stereotype Reader: Critical and Challenging Readings For the 21st Century (Cognella Publishing, 2013) and an author of The Assault on Communities of Color: Exploring the Realities of Race-Based Violence (Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, 2015)He can be followed on Twitter @nhartlepVerona Mitchell, Ph.D.Host & ProducerCultural Conversations

59 min2015 JUN 16
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Dr. Nicholas Harlep on the Assault on Communities of Color
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Latest Episodes

Tonya Lovelace-Davis on Current Acts of Violence Against Women of Color

Please join me as I welcome Tonya Lovelace-Davis, Chief Executive Officer atWomen of Color Network, to CULTURAL CONVERSATIONS RADIO. Ms. Lovelace is director of the Women of Color Network. The WOCN advocates to eliminate domestic violence and sexual assault. The WOCN directly addresses a broad range of violence affecting communities of color and other forms of oppression that intersect with violence against women of color.We will discuss the Cosby accustions as well as other current incidents and acts of violence against women; particularly women of color. Ms. Lovelace-Davis will also give information on how we can raise our consciousness, identifying the signs of abuse, and how we can protect ourselves and others from such violence. This show looks at the raising incidents of violence among celebrities and against women in general.Verona

70 min2015 JUL 28
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Tonya Lovelace-Davis on Current Acts of Violence Against Women of Color

Judy Whitney-Davis, Historian: Hatred or Heritage; the Confederate Flag Debate

Join Cultural Conversations as I welcome historian and Southern Antebellum tour and performance artist to our online studio. Ms. Whitney-Davis gives her historical perspective on the Confederate Flag and the conflict between heritage and hate within the current debate over the flag. MONDAY LIVE CALL IN (347) 857-3121. Call in and give your insight into this dynamic conversation. http://tobtr.com/7785881Judy Whitney-Davis is a Southern performance artist and historian focused on bringing the stories, icons, and caharactors of the deep south of the United States to light. She has worked on the south's most prestigous plantations and have taught hundrends of visitors desiring to know more about the role slaves and southern land owners played in the creation of America.Verona Mitchell, Ph.D.Host & Producer

60 min2015 JUL 21
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Judy Whitney-Davis, Historian: Hatred or Heritage; the Confederate Flag Debate

Same Sex Marriage Celebrating LGBT Marriage for All with KM Davis

Join Cultural Conversations with an intimate interview with KM Davis, Founder of Davis Law & Associates. Davis is a returned special guest to Cultural Conversations and will enlighten and engage on the subject of the Supereme Court ruling making same sex marriage legal in 50 state, the path to marriage equality and her personal journey in the Lesbian Gay Bisexual Transgender (LGBT) community.KM Davis is founder of Davis Law & Associates. She discovered her passion for helping business owners far before she realized her own entrepreneurial leanings. However, upon realizing her dual interest (and the need to now “practice what she preached”) Davis’s interest in business law matters has only deepened. The ability to understand the needs of business owners and their families allows Davis to consider aspects of client issues that sometimes even they haven’t realized, and creates a relationship beyond attorney/client…for most clients Davis serves a more comprehensive business advisor role.Verona Mitchell, Ph.D.Cultural Conversations

57 min2015 JUN 30
Comments
Same Sex Marriage Celebrating LGBT Marriage for All with KM Davis

Harold Michael Harvey-Justice In the Round, the American Jury System

Join me for a Cultural Conversation with Harold Michael Harvey, author of the new book, Justice in the Round. Harvey will give his perspective on the country’s racial dynamics at play in the American Jury System.Harvey is the author of the critically acclaimed legal thriller, Paper Puzzle and author or a new book, Justice in the Round. Harvey formed the Cascade Publishing House to publish his works and the works of other authors who feel more comfortable in a small publishing house.Harold Michael Harvey is an American award winning journalist, former lawyer, political pundit, novelist, essayist and publisher. He earned a degree in Political Science from Tuskegee Institute and a Juris Doctorate degree from Atlanta Law School. Harvey was honored for “Outstanding Work in Newspaper Journalism,” in 1976 by the National Newspaper Publishers Association. The Gate City Bar Association bestowed upon him their prestigious R. E. Thomas Civil Rights Award in 1996 after Harvey represented over 180 college students arrested in the City of Atlanta during a black college spring break ritual known as “Freaknic.”Verona Mitchell, Ph.D.Host/ProducerCultural Conversations

59 min2015 JUN 23
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Harold Michael Harvey-Justice In the Round, the American Jury System

Dr. Nicholas Harlep on the Assault on Communities of Color

Join me for an in depth cultural conversation with Dr. Nicholas Hartlep, author of The Assault on Commuities of Color and Model Minority Stereotype: Demystifying Asian American Success. We will explore the realities of race-based violence in communities of color. What are some of the present day drivers to the violence we are witnessing? What has been the historical past in engagement with communities of color. The Asian-American student population supposedly scores off-the-charts on high-stakes college admission tests, such as the SAT. Public perception of Asian-American success is evidenced in the phrase “the Asian invasion” — the notion that Asian-Americans are overrepresented on college campuses. Dr. Hartlep sheds light on percieved myths and stereotypes through his groundbreaking research.Dr. Hartlep is an assistant professor of educational foundations and is author of the books, The Model Minority Stereotype: Demystifying Success (2013, Information Age Publishing) and The Model Minority Stereotype Reader: Critical and Challenging Readings For the 21st Century (Cognella Publishing, 2013) and an author of The Assault on Communities of Color: Exploring the Realities of Race-Based Violence (Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, 2015)He can be followed on Twitter @nhartlepVerona Mitchell, Ph.D.Host & ProducerCultural Conversations

59 min2015 JUN 16
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Dr. Nicholas Harlep on the Assault on Communities of Color
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