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June 4, 2020 60 min
FIRST THING: Amy’s pastor, Matt Smallbone{@mattsmallbone} is on to talk about white privilege & what communities can do to love better. SECOND THING: Brittney Spencer {@brittneyspencer}, Amy’s friend, is on to talk about what she wants from her “white friends” during this time what her life has been like growing up as a person of color. They also discuss the difference of Black Lives Matter vs. All Lives Matter. THIRD THING: Dr. Beverly Tatum, psychologist and author of “Why Are All the Black Kids Sitting Together in the Cafeteria” is on to continue the conversation about race. She is here to help us learn how to break the silence and how we can bring about change. FOURTH THING: “We cannot be both our best selves and emotionally frazzled at the same time!” Amy shares self-care tips from Lisa {@thewellnecessities} about how we can help take care of ourselves during these highly emotional times. To check out items mentioned in this episode:  “Why Are All the Black Kids Sitting Together in the Cafeteria”  CLICK HERE! Church of the City CLICK HERE !   To find Brittney Spencers music search Brittney Spencer on Apple Music and Spotify  Learn more about your ad-choices at
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