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Episode 63: KPFTOJ Cherry Steinwender and Joel Goza Part 3

KPFTOJ

Cherry Steinwender, Founder/Co-director, Center for the Healing of Racism & Joel Goza, author/activist Can our current racial and ethnic divide be turned around? Recent events surrounding the police murder of George Floyd and others have brought tens of thousands into the streets. The BLM movement has galvanized the moment. Images of protestors confronted, attacked and gassed by military units in our nation’s capital have exacerbated old wounds and brought others into focus. The Houston-based Center for the Healing of Racism is dedicated to the healing of racism through education and empowerment. The organization’s roots go back to 1989 when an ethnically diverse group of individuals met in Houston to discuss the impacts of racism. Founder and Co-director, Cherry Steinwender of the Center for the Healing of Racism,is with us. Joel Goza is a writer, minister and advocate who has lived with his wife and children in Houston’s 5th Ward for over a decade, where he has provided leadership in urban redevelopment, immigration and educational reform initiatives. He has written for The North Star, The Houston Chronicle, and Salon. His first book, “America’s Unholy Ghosts: The Racist Roots of Our Faith and Politics” - is an examination of the religious and secular thinkers who inspired our Founding Fathers and leaders addiction to racist and classist ideas.

57mins

12 Jan 2021

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Transformations Interview: Cherry Steinwender, Center for the Healing of Racism

Transformations, Interviewing World Changers

Cherry Steinwender, pulls no punches - Center for the Healing of Racism is not about diversity, or inclusion.  It's about the racism that exists in our country and the work needed to change it. This powerful interview shows the way and gives great hope. It shows what we can do when we make the decision. Support the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/WorldChangers)

56mins

5 Oct 2020

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An important conversation: A continuation with Cherry Steinwender and Joel Goza

KPFTOJ

Cherry Steinwender, Founder/Co-director, Center for the Healing of Racism & Joel Goza, author/activist Can our current racial and ethnic divide be turned around? Recent events surrounding the police murder of George Floyd and others have brought tens of thousands into the streets. The BLM movement has galvanized the moment. Images of protestors confronted, attacked and gassed by military units in our nation’s capital have exacerbated old wounds and brought others into focus. The Houston-based Center for the Healing of Racism is dedicated to the healing of racism through education and empowerment. The organization’s roots go back to 1989 when an ethnically diverse group of individuals met in Houston to discuss the impacts of racism. Founder and Co-director, Cherry Steinwender of the Center for the Healing of Racism,is with us. Joel Goza is a writer, minister and advocate who has lived with his wife and children in Houston’s 5th Ward for over a decade, where he has provided leadership in urban redevelopment, immigration and educational reform initiatives. He has written for The North Star, The Houston Chronicle, and Salon. His first book, “America’s Unholy Ghosts: The Racist Roots of Our Faith and Politics” - is an examination of the religious and secular thinkers who inspired our Founding Fathers and leaders addiction to racist and classist ideas.

48mins

16 Jul 2020

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An important conversation: Cherry Steinwender with Joel Goza

KPFTOJ

Cherry Steinwender, Founder/Co-director, Center for the Healing of Racism & Joel Goza, author/activist Can our current racial and ethnic divide be turned around? Recent events surrounding the police murder of George Floyd and others have brought tens of thousands into the streets. The BLM movement has galvanized the moment. Images of protestors confronted, attacked and gassed by military units in our nation’s capital have exacerbated old wounds and brought others into focus. The Houston-based Center for the Healing of Racism is dedicated to the healing of racism through education and empowerment. The organization’s roots go back to 1989 when an ethnically diverse group of individuals met in Houston to discuss the impacts of racism. Founder and Co-director, Cherry Steinwender of the Center for the Healing of Racism,is with us. Joel Goza is a writer, minister and advocate who has lived with his wife and children in Houston’s 5th Ward for over a decade, where he has provided leadership in urban redevelopment, immigration and educational reform initiatives. He has written for The North Star, The Houston Chronicle, and Salon. His first book, “America’s Unholy Ghosts: The Racist Roots of Our Faith and Politics” - is an examination of the religious and secular thinkers who inspired our Founding Fathers and leaders addiction to racist and classist ideas.

53mins

1 Jul 2020

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Mrs. Cherry Steinwender, Executive Director, The Center for the Healing of Racism, and author

Safe Place on Race Podcasts

Cherry Steinwender

57mins

13 Feb 2013