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How Systemic Racism Impacts Economic Injustice

From hollow promises of 40 acres and a mule to today’s economic systems based in racial inequity, the odds for monetary success has long been stacked against the Black community. In today’s Real Talk Real Change special brought to you with our friends at Chevrolet, we examine the roots of today’s racial wealth gap and the possible solutions, speaking to experts like Master P, DL Hughley, Michelle Singletary, Hill Harper and more. Don’t miss another edition of this important special!

How Systemic Racism Impacts Economic Injustice

Racial Justice in Education: The Civil Rights Issue of Our Time

Racial Justice + the American Dream: Real Talk, Real Change | Ft Jalen Rose, Malcolm Gladwell + More

The Racial Disparity Crisis in Health Care: Real Talk, Real Change, Ft. Cory Booker + More

Covid's Wakeup Call | Episode Highlights

Birthing While Black | Episode Highlights

We Need More Black Doctors | Episode Highlights

Black Mental Healthcare Crisis | Episode Highlights

Racism & Bias in Medicine | Episode Highlights

    The Racial Disparity Crisis in Healthcare

    It’s time for Real Talk and Real Change. Why do Black people distrust the medical system? Why do white doctors believe racist myths? Should there be all-Black hospitals? The racial inequities in America’s healthcare system have been on display more than ever in the past year, and they cry out for bold questions and creative solutions. In today’s special, we hear from policymakers, medical professionals and patients about what needs to change to fix this shame in our society.

    The Racial Disparity Crisis in Healthcare

    Racial Justice + the American Dream: Welcome to Real Talk, Real Change

    Introducing Real Talk, Real Change | The Carlos Watson Show


      A lot of those kids trapped at bad public schools are minority kids. That for me is the civil rights issue of our time.

      — Dr. Condoleezza Rice

      We don't know what our kids are capable of because their education sometimes is so limiting, particularly in Black and brown classrooms.

      — Dr. Danielle Moss

      It would be a better country for all of us if Black children and white children got equal education and had equal opportunities.

      — Representative Katie Porter


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