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  • FLC_Season4_Ep10 It's the HBCU for Me

    14 MAY. 2024 · Black Institutions Are Still Relevant Guest: Rev. Damien Durr Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) are essential institutions in our community – educating future leaders, teachers, community activists, authors, scientists, and physicians. John Wilson’s book Hope and Healing: Black Colleges and the Future of American Democracy discusses what is necessary for HBCUs to thrive – sustainable funding is a vital strategy. We continue to uncover that many HBCUs have not received allotted federal funding or land grants. Join us as we discuss the disparate funding and support for HBCUs and what we can do to ensure their survival and prosperity.
    Escuchado 1h 3m 11s
  • FLC_Season4_Ep11 Check Your Mental

    14 MAY. 2024 · In Our Right Minds Guest: Dr. Melva Sampson May is Mental Health Month. It serves as a significant reminder of the importance of addressing mental health concerns and promoting overall well-being. One aspect that often influences mental health is the concept of soul trauma and woundedness, which can stem from interconnected systems such as family dynamics, societal structures, and internal struggles. Join us for a conversation about how rituals can be a pathway to healing.
    Escuchado 1h 5m 6s
  • FLC_Season4_Ep9 Black Tech Futures

    14 MAY. 2024 · Evolving Technology and The Black Community Guest: Dr. Fallon Wilson The rapid advancement of AI technology, particularly in chatbots like GPT-3, and its integration into social media platforms has a profound impact on various aspects of our society. Vulnerable communities, such as those already marginalized due to socioeconomic status, race, or other factors, may face heightened challenges in this changing landscape. Join us as we discuss how Black communities can leverage technology for a sustainable future.
    Escuchado 1h 1m 25s
  • FLC_Season4_Ep8 God Of No Borders

    14 MAY. 2024 · No Rest For The Weary Guests: Rev. Anyra Cano & Stephen Reeves The humanitarian crisis at the Mexico – Texas border has been a pressing issue in recent years, with a significant impact on African and Caribbean migrants. These individuals often face unique challenges and experiences as they seek asylum and a better life in the United States. Many of them have endured long and dangerous journeys, facing obstacles such as language barriers, cultural differences, and discrimination. Join us for this conversation on race, migration, and religion.
    Escuchado 1h 1m 13s
  • FLC_Season4_Ep7 Living Into Motherhood

    14 MAY. 2024 · Creating a Circle of Care for Black Mothers Guests: Dr. Kyrah Brown and Misty Wilder Black Maternal Health Week is a national event that takes place every year from April 11th to April 17th. This week is dedicated to raising awareness about the health disparities that Black women face during pregnancy and childbirth and advocating for better health outcomes for Black mothers and their babies. To get involved in Black Maternal Health Week, there are several things that you can do. Join us as we have this critical conversation on how we can build systems that support Black women during pregnancy and childbirth!
    Escuchado 1h 2m 33s
  • FLC_Season4_Ep6 Securing the Bag

    14 MAY. 2024 · Constructing Communities of Opportunities Guest: Rev. Dr. Lester McCorn Join us as we discuss Dr. King’s call for economic justice and the redistribution of wealth in the fight for racial equity and how we can move forward to honoring this legacy understanding “Black Labor, White Wealth.” Black folks have a long history of valuing the importance of saving, investing, and communal wealth from pooling their resources to create economic opportunities, building generational wealth, and establishing self-sufficient and sustaining communities.
    Escuchado 1h 3m 39s
  • FLC_Season4_Ep5 The Land of Black Jesus

    14 MAY. 2024 · What is the Holy Land to Black Folks? Guests: Azmera Hammouri-Davis & Dr. Tamara Lewis Join us as we discuss the life and ministry of Jesus - a Palestinian Jew - as we approach Resurrection Sunday! The ongoing conflict in the Holy Land calls us to connect with Jews, Christians and Palestinians who identify as Black and Afro-Palestinians in the Holy Land who never make news Let’s talk about fluidity of cultural and religious identities as we celebrate this high holy day in the life of the church.
    Escuchado 1h 10m 27s
  • FLC_Season4_Ep4 From Beyond The Grave

    14 MAY. 2024 · The Power of the Ancestors: Black-Sainted Figures & Spirit-Filled Revolutionaries Guest: Rev. Dr. Reginald Williams, Jr. As Holy Week approaches, it is essential to reflect on the significance of recognizing, recovering, and reclaiming the lives and legacies of our sainted religious figures and spirit-filled revolutionaries who embodied Christ-like qualities in their personal lives and public ministries. It is equally important to highlight revolutionaries engaged in Christ-like ministries and movements daily.
    Escuchado 58m 30s
  • FLC_Season4_Ep2 Election and Beyond

    14 MAY. 2024 · “The Freedom Plan”: 2024 Election and Beyond Guests: LaKeitha Anderson & Rev. Dr. Delman Coats Creating stronger communities through public policies and laws is crucial to building a more equitable society. In order to achieve well-resourced communities, we must prioritize a legislative agenda that addresses the unique challenges faced by Black communities. A viable legislative agenda for Black communities must be comprehensive, addressing the systemic barriers that have historically prevented Black Americans from achieving full equality and empowering them to build stronger, more resilient communities.
    Escuchado 1h 8m 45s
  • FLC_Season4_Ep1 The Torch Has Been Passed

    14 MAY. 2024 · Movement Building Time Guest: Rev. Dr. Frederick D. Haynes III Join us as we discuss the vision for PUSH with the new President and CEO, Rev. Dr. Frederick D. Haynes, III and how you can join the movement. As we look back at the historic roots of Rainbow PUSH, we are reminded of the organization's role in the civil rights movement. Rainbow PUSH has been at the forefront of local and global struggles, from the Montgomery Bus Boycott, the March on Washington, to the fight to end apartheid in South Africa. Let’s build and construct a just world together.
    Escuchado 1h 7m 6s

The purpose of Fannie Lou’s Classroom is to serve as an educational platform to engage the Church and community in critical social issues that lead to advocacy, activism, and action.

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The purpose of Fannie Lou’s Classroom is to serve as an educational platform to engage the Church and community in critical social issues that lead to advocacy, activism, and action.
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