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Black Like Me

Jan 7, 2020

In the final episode of Season 3, Dr. Alex Gee recaps some highlights and themes from this season. As a bonus, two poems written from Dr. Gee's experiences in Ghana are included in the episode.

If you are a Patreon supporter you will also be receiving an extra, powerful video reflection on Dr. Gee's experience at...


Jan 2, 2020

How should White people handle racial missteps? How should white allies support people of color in the moment? Dr. Alex Gee discusses a recent race-related encounter that he couldn't help but bring up to help others understand all sides of the incident. The crew of the Black Like Me podcast help process the encounter...


Dec 17, 2019

Dr. Alex Gee has an in-depth conversation with Marlon Anderson, who was fired from a Madison high school for telling a student not to call him the n-word. Dr. Gee has known Marlon since his youth. For the first time, hear the whole story of how Marlon's high school son, Noah Anderson, rallied support behind him as...


Dec 10, 2019

Dr. Alex Gee interviews Dr. Gina Paige, co-founder of African Ancestry, Inc., who pioneered a new way of tracing African lineages using genetics, and a new marketplace for people of African descent looking to more accurately and reliably trace their roots. Leveraging her pioneering spirit, lifelong entrepreneurship...


Dec 3, 2019

Dr. Alex Gee captures an exclusive interview with Dr. Yusef Salaam of what became known as the "Central Park Five" and are now known as "The Exonerated Five." You won't want to miss Dr. Salaam's powerful and honest story that details his resilience, integrity, and faith in the midst of great injustice.

Dr. Yusef...