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71: Fight The Power: An African-American Man’s Peaceful Process in Overcoming Adversity

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Sometimes we feel awkward introducing ourselves to complete strangers, but when I saw this man sitting on the lawn in front of Independence Hall in Philadelphia, PA, I knew he was holding a story to be told, and I was really hoping he’d tell me all about it.

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‘I AM UNBREAKABLE”

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We met as strangers and left as friends and not only friends, but with a deeper understanding of each other, not only as people, but also where we come from, both intellectually, morally, and most importantly, as fellow humans.

A great conversation with a great human being!

Thank you my friend, for sharing your story with us!

To listen to this latest show, Episode 71: Fight The Power click this link!

New Episode Tuesday!

New episode coming Tuesday

Join me as I engage in a very interesting conversation with a complete stranger on the front lawn of Independence Hall in Philadelphia, Pa, USA, as he shares his story of enduring racism, police brutality, and problems within the judicial system.

We then move to topics like humanity, Black Lives Matter, All Lives Matter, Blue Lives Matter, understanding we are all individuals with dissimilar narratives and backgrounds and that’s ok, opening ones mind, and having respect for all human beings…and after all of this…we depart as friends and hopefully have a better understanding of each other.

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Monday/Tuesday targeted drop day for this episode!

Thank you!

Tony

70: When Young Minds Speak

I interview my great nephews Luc, and Sean, and ask them about current events, growing up during these times, dealing with Covid-19, Protests, Riots, and their opinions on all of these things. It was very nice to hear what they think.

Please listen here

70:When Young Minds Speak