An Africans Experience in the United States

Have you ever wondered what a person born in Africa’s experience is of living in the United States? Stanley Osei moved to the United States from Ghana as a young man. On this podcast, Stanley shares his experience and what it has been like for him to be an African living in the United States.…

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Raising A Bi-Racial Family

Families come in all shapes, sizes, colors, and ethnicities. Sometimes, these families are blended. Raising a bi-racial family is a beautiful and challenging journey. Tom and Robin Rossmanith, who are white, have an adopted son and an adopted daughter, both children of color, plus one birth daughter. Tom and Robin share honestly about their journey…

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Chicago, A City of Hope – Part 2

Kevin Gwin, of Pursue Scholars, and I discuss important topics of racism in America today as well as why Chicago is a city of hope. This was a hard, but good conversation with Kevin as we discussed many topics such as systemic racism, implicit bias, as well as the what does God and the Bible…

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She Speaks: The Black Female Experience in America

She Speaks: The Black Female Experience in America February is Black History month in America. On this season of the Hope Givers Podcast, we will be having conversations with people about race in America.  There is a lot of discussion in our world today about race and racism. Yet, most of the conversation centers on…

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Human Trafficking Across Borders – Alma Tucker of INH

Like Las Vegas, what happens in Tijuana stays in Tijuana, especially as it relates to sex trafficking. There is a place in Tijuana that is known as the “zone of tolerance” where authorities turn a blind eye to what happens here. Sex trafficking in Tijuana because this is where a first would country borders a…

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Setting Captives Free – Jocelyn White of IJM

From the beginning, Be2Live has worked to bring awareness and action to fighting modern-day slavery and human trafficking. Be2Live has facilitated a justice conference, student leadership academies, and other events to bring awareness to the community. This month The Hope Givers Podcast will be talking with people who are on the front lines of combating…

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Millennials in Their Own Words – Motivation and Hope

This season’s podcast of Millennials in Their Own Words has been about breaking stereotypes of the Millennial generation. Millennials have shared their important thoughts and perspective about money, school, stress, justice issues, and many more topics. In this final podcast of season 2, Aidan, Paulina, Nick, and Heather share what motivates them and what gives them…

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