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Black Like Me

Sep 17, 2019

Dr. Alex Gee has a boldly honest conversation with his sister Lilada Gee about their experiences in Ghana for the Year of Return trip. Lilada brings a female perspective to their journey to Africa and reflecting on the 400 years since the beginning of the Trans-Atlantic slave trade. You won't hear the authenticity of...


Sep 10, 2019

Dr. Alex Gee relates ten thoughts of reflection on his recent trip to Ghana in remembrance of 400 years of the first Africans enslaved. It was a powerful, insightful, and emotional experience for Dr. Gee. If you have listened to The Black Like Me [Gee]nealogy series about Dr. Gee's ancestry, then you will want to hear...


Sep 3, 2019

Dr. Alex Gee has a conversation with University of Wisconsin student, Eric Washington Jr. about his prospects of going into education in a white school system. Eric relates his experience of student teaching and being shut down for expressing his Black cultural heritage. You will want to hear about this young...


Aug 27, 2019

On this episode, Dr. Alex Gee takes you behind the scenes of the podcast for a discussion with two members of the white crew, Jeremy Holiday and Eli Steenlage. They share their perspective on being a part of producing the show and what they have learned about race relations through the conversations on and off the...


Aug 20, 2019

Dr. Alex Gee introduces a new segment that features fun and raw conversations between Black friends on current events. On this episode, Dr. Gee is joined by his sister Lilada Gee and lifelong friend David Smith. They discuss everything from scandals (college admission, R. Kelly, Epstein), Madison generational changes,...