UNPACKED! A Deep Dive with Cara Live

UNPACKED! A Deep Dive with Cara Live

How do we create a global story? Thinking globally, acting locally! Join Cara Live each week as she takes a deep dive into current affairs, culture, travel, politics and more. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/unpackedcaralive/support

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February 15, 2022 28 min

CELEBRATING BLACK HISTORY MONTH:  REV DOVEY ROUNDTREE, ESQ (1914 - 2018):  Roundtree was an ordained minister, civil rights activist and an attorney.  In this conversation, she talks about her experiences with racial discrimination and challenges when joining the Women's Army Auxiliary Corps in 1942; her relationship with Mary McLeod Bethune; meeting with First Lady Eleanor Roosevelt; and why she became an attorney after meetin...

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CELEBRATING BLACK HISTORY MONTH:  JOE DUDLEY (1937 - ) Long before Dudley was featured on Chris Rock’s ‘Good Hair’, he made a stop on the set of Cara Live!  Similar to Madam C J Walker, in 1957, he invested $10 in a Fuller Products hair kit and began selling hair care products.  By 1975, he formed Dudley Products Company in Greensboro, NC and employed approximately 400 sales people.  In 1988, he opened Dudley Cosmetology University...

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CELEBRATING BLACK HISTORY MONTH:  Hawkins was a minister, dentist, civil rights activist and the first African American to run for Governor in North Carolina.  In Part II, Hawkins talks about: his run for governor; his meeting with Jimmy Hoffa; his relationship with Robert F Kennedy; the integration of Charlotte Memorial Hospital; and his conversation with Dr Martin Luther King on April 4, 1968 - just hours prior to his assassinati...

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CELEBRATING BLACK HISTORY MONTH:  Hawkins was a minister, dentist, civil rights activist and the first African American to run for Governor in North Carolina.  In Part I, Hawkins provides insight into his background, college experiences and his introduction to civil rights.  He discusses: the 1943 Black mail carriers campaign; his involvement with Thurgood Marshall and Mary Church Terrell while a student at Howard; suing the Dental...

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February 1, 2022 12 min

CELEBRATING BLACK HISTORY MONTH:  On October 31, 1999, a young Rev. Dr William Barber II delivered a passionate speech titled "Stop the Funeral" to uplift voters during a rally at St. Paul's Baptist Church in Charlotte, NC.  His speech is addressing the Charlotte-Mecklenburg school desegregation case and it's potential impact within the state.  Barber has been the pastor of Greenleaf Christian Church in Goldsboro, N...

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