In our third episode, we explore the matter of race.

One of the hardest thing for a lot of people (of all races) is talking about issues where race is front and center. We pull in professional communicators to help talk about how to talk about talking about race. Tru Pettigrew helps law enforcement around the country better understand communities they serve; Kerelle Sampson is an Executive Producer in television news; and Mitch Kokai is the communications lead at the conservative John Locke Foundation. 

Through their insights and experience as well as a lineup of amazing and diverse interviews (including Sen. Floyd McKissick Jr., Al McSurely and Angella Fraser), we explore ways to better communicate around and about race.

Listen to this critical conversation, learn from the extended interviews below and then join in online – @campsightsc (on Twitter and Facebook). 

 

Full interviews with Angella Fraser (HeadSpace NC), civil rights attorney Al McSurely and state Senator Floyd McKissick Jr.  

Our Pod’s Cast

A huge thanks to our guests, without whom (obviously) we could not have made this podcast.

Hosts

Jon Camp

Jon Camp

Founder, Campsight Strategies

Matt Starr

Matt Starr

Upper Neuse Riverkeeper

Panelists

Drew Ball

Drew Ball

Environment NC

Interviews

Al McSurely

Al McSurely

Civil Rights Attorney

Angella Fraser

Angella Fraser

Owner, HeadSpace NC

Sen. Floyd McKissick, Jr.

Sen. Floyd McKissick, Jr.

NC Senator & Civil Rights Attorney

Resources

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