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September 19, 2023 33 mins

In the healing process, sometimes you have to go back to your past and address it. That's precisely what we do in this episode, as we discuss the Redress Movement, a national organization committed to empowering communities to address racial segregation. Our guest, Reggie Jackson, a historian and co-owner of Nurturing Diversity Partners, shares his journey of recovery from a stroke and how he became involved in this critical movement.

Quote: "You can't fix something if you don't know how it was broken to begin with."

~ Reggie Jackson

Learn about the historical forces that intentionally created segregation, the impact it still has on our communities today, and the steps being taken to redress the damage caused by these policies and practices. Join us as we explore the history, education, and action required to build a more equitable future.

Don't miss this eye-opening conversation that sheds light on the past and inspires positive change.

[00:04:27] The main cause of the stroke.

[00:08:17] Support system and recovery journey.

[00:11:44] Redressing harms of the past.

[00:17:30] Segregation and its history.

[00:19:04] Modern-day redlining and discrimination.

[00:23:17] Entitlements and generational wealth.

[00:27:30] Mapping Racism and Resistance.

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