As Black History Month draws to a close, we’re interested in using it as a starting point to begin an ongoing conversation about race relations that lasts well beyond the 28 days of February. In our newest episode of the “Southern Voices” podcast, host Ashley Haugen has a candid conversation with Lisa Green and Chakita Patterson, two African American women who speak openly about what it’s like to grow up as black Americans in the South, discriminatory experiences they have endured in the not-so-distant past, what they think the key to ending racism is and much more.
Take a listen, and when you’re done, check out the additional resources suggested by Lisa Green, which are included below.
In the podcast, Lisa Green mentions additional resources that offer perspective. Her recommendations include: