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The Dignity Justified Podcast promotes the cultural heritage of African Americans through conversations about art, artifacts, images, ideas and individuals. Our organization (dignityjustified.com) is curious about humanity and so it shines a light on imagery in general and individuals in particular, to reveal the layers of stories embedded within— for the purpose of honoring the dignity of others and deepening our understanding of self, family, community, and country.
 
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In this episode we meet Mr. William A. Fulton, of Winston Salem, NC who has enjoyed traveling to places including Marrakesh and Casablanca in Morocco, along the coast of the Mediterranean and in the wine countries of southern France. He credits these experiences, with intensifying his interest in flavor profiles and juice infusion. We met him at th…
 
Dignity Justified visited the Southeastern Contemporary Arts museum in Winston-Salem NC to experience the Freeman Vines Hanging Tree Guitars exhibition organized by the Music Maker Relief Foundation. Thanks to Wendy at SECCA, photographer Tim Duffy and Nick Loss-Eaton, Dignity Justified was able to connect with Mr. Vines, a guitar maker and former …
 
Recently Dignity Justified visited the Southeastern Contemporary Arts museum in Winston-Salem NC to experience the Freeman Vines Hanging Tree Guitars exhibition organized by the Music Maker Relief Foundation. Thanks to Wendy at SECCA, photographer Tim Duffy, and Nick Loss-Eaton Dignity Justified was able to connect with Mr. Vines, a guitar maker an…
 
Styron Bond Jr. and his siblings thoroughly enjoyed life in their entrepreneurial household in Williamston North Carolina. However, during the summer of 1963, many children and teens of this eastern North Carolina town made sacrifices to participate in 32 consecutive days of direct action protest against segregation that included marches, boycotts,…
 
In this episode we meet Dr. William Pruitt, III. At a very young age, Dr. William Pruitt III has enjoyed the experiences of traveling abroad. He has also enjoyed careers allowing him to both indulge in travel and to expose students to the wonders of exploring and delving into the cultures of others. Dr. Pruitt served as Assistant Director for Globa…
 
On this special episode, we have a conversation with Nehemiah Reentry staff who have been contributing to the COVID Corrections Series to give an update and provide some real talk on the issues impacting the criminal justice systems. Don't miss this passionate insider conversation from those that have lived through the experiences we have been feat…
 
On this episode Rebecca Barber has a conversation with Jessica Christensen about her time spent working at a prison. Hear about what she observed as she saw the potential for change in those incarcerated and how the prison system treated them in comparison. Marshall Jones is a currently incarcerated individual who Jessica has seen reflect the possi…
 
Mr. Effley D. Howell, Sr. is the Founder and CEO of Thankful Heritage Museum located in Kernersville NC. Effley is a collector, genealogist, and historian, who grew a personal collection into Thankful Heritage, Inc. (THI) a 501c3 non-profit organization that features African American artifacts dating back to the 1700’s. According to the museum’s we…
 
For many, a turning point in the modern Civil Rights Movement was when four North Carolina Agricultural & Technical College students initiated a Sit In at the segregated lunch counter of F. W. Woolworth’s Department store in Greensboro, NC (1960). That site is now part of the International Civil Rights Center and Museum. Along with restored section…
 
On this episode, we feature Justified Anger's Court Observer program and the victory they had in creating equitable change during the COVID pandemic. Members of the court observer's group, Sandi Reinardy, Julia Westley, and Amy Throndson, tell the story of how they came to feel increasingly uncomfortable with virtual court appearances from Dane Cou…
 
In this episode, Calvin and Anita have a conversation with Mrs. Currie Williams, a storyteller, folk artist, and author. She is also known throughout the storytelling world as "The Apple Lady." Listen as Currie delightfully shares information about her introduction to the arts and as she reads from, Middle Children are Special, a children's book wh…
 
Mental health is an area of concern for everyone during the COVID-19 Pandemic, but it is only multiplied in the confinement of incarceration. Aaron Hicks gives us his inside story on bringing mindfulness into Wisconsin prisons and the need for restorative personal and systemic change. Learn more about Carmen Alonso's organization, Just Mindfulness.…
 
In this episode, we go on the road with EXPO (Ex-Incarcerated People Organizing) members Ramiah Whiteside and Kevin Cook as they run from Milwaukee to Madison, WI to make a statement. Don't miss Kevin's first-hand account of contracting COVID in prison. Theme music by Rudy Bankston.Bởi Justified Anger
 
Nehemiah's Reentry Team explores experiences and issues occurring in Wisconsin correctional facilities during the coronavirus pandemic. In this episode, Anthony explains why he is angry after seeing a video of men he knows in jail during the pandemic sharing emotional messages. Rebecca Barber also brings the powerful words of those incarcerated to …
 
In the first episode of Justified Anger Podcast, the staff of Nehemiah's Reentry Team explore experiences and issues occurring in Wisconsin correctional facilities during the coronavirus pandemic. Through the stories and relationships of the staff, the voices of those impacted by incarceration are heard in phone calls, letters, and interviews. Rebe…
 
The guys hosted Dave Zylka, JuCo student and Tread Athletics trainee from Ann Arbor, Michigan.Dave went over his failure-filled journey through youth and high school baseball. Along with that the guys touched on the struggle in training by yourself, evolutionary craving for a tribal environment, why the work is worth it, and much more. Dave's perso…
 
The guys interview Hannah Spinelli, female powerlifter who works to utilize powerlifting as a means to connect, motivate, and support other women. We talked everything weightlifting: why girls should move away from the BS and under the barbell, how weight lifting has positively influenced Hannah both physically and in increasing her confidence, plu…
 
Re-uploaded this episode without an outro that has music. My bad y'all. Look out for Ep. 7 tonight.The guys sat down with ex-pro baseball player and entrepreneur Alex Casillas aka FLAMADGAF and talked instincts, the DGAF dictionary, curing anxiety / depression, and Flama's upcoming Vook. Enjoy.Flama's IG / Twitter: @ flamadgaf Website to purchase m…
 
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