If you've been following my podcast, you know I've covered several incidents involving black and brown women and men who've died at the hands of hatred. Trying to spread more than just a hashtag, I've been advocating a number of ways people can get involved in making a change in America, specifically to develop an anti-racist society.
I believe Ahmaud Arbery, Breonna Taylor, George Floyd and so many others deserve our greatest effort towards resolving racism.
Therefore, in this week's episode, I talk with Officer Charles Andrew out of Louisville, Kentucky to launch a monthly series where we have open, organic dialogue about police brutality and more.
As always, these "Stack of Stories" are intended to give you an opportunity to dive deeper into our conversation by obtaining more information about what gets discussed in each episode. Also, it's a way for you to get direct social media feeds if you missed it during the episode.
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This week I talk with the Assistant Dean of Diversity and Inclusion at Peabody College. We discuss how to turn plans into practice and why it is key in ensuring real inclusion not only on a college campus but in life. We mentioned the United States Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) and it's interference in international students' advancement at Peabody College.
Below are links to more information about what we discussed this week:
Peabody College's website
Guidelines to Returning to Vanderbilt University's Peabody College:
United States Immigration and Customs Enforcement's website
Temporary ICE Exemptions for Nonimmigrant Students
Peabody on Instagram and Twitter
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