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Black Like Me

Jul 16, 2019

Dr. Alex Gee reflects on a successful meeting with a group of visiting African scholars through the University of Wisconsin. The Mandela Washington Fellowship (MWF) for Young African Leaders is the flagship program of the Young African Leaders Initiative (YALI). The program empowers young people through academic...


Jul 9, 2019

Dr. Alex Gee brings you an important figure in the White Allyship conversation, Dr. Robin DiAngelo. Their conversation is insightful, truthful, and challenging to the system of racism. Dr. Gee and Dr. DiAngelo share the ability to speak from life experience, both personally and professionally, in an episode that is not...


Jul 2, 2019

Dr. Alex Gee continues his revealing exploration of his complex heritage involving White and Black sides of his family. In this episode, Dr. Agee has a conversation with his third cousin, Meg Roy, and his daughter, Lexi Gee for a perspective from the younger generation of the family. These two women have an...


Jun 28, 2019

In this special shorter episode, Dr. Alex Gee explores some recent issues in the news and takes a question from a listener. Get Dr. Gee's insightful and passionate take on racism at Duke and the incident portrayed in the Netflix series When They See Us.

Send us your questions and comments through alexgee.com, Twitter,...


Jun 25, 2019

Dr. Alex Gee discusses the innovative health and wellness work of Dr. Jasmine Zapata. Dr. Zapata is a dynamic author, physician, health educator, speaker, youth empowerment specialist, and community leader known both locally and internationally. She is a board certified pediatrician as well as a...