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Let's Talk: Conversations on Race

Nicole Doyley
Social SciencesScience

Thoughtful discussions about RACE. For more about Nicole Doyley or to read her blog, go to


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5 out of 5 stars from 23 ratings
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    In this podcast, Nicole braves the poignant emotions of one of the most deeply offensive and darkest days in American democracy. She very clearly and deliberately frames her thoughts and delivers them with conviction yet, at the same time, always encourages the listener to dig deeper and to do soul searching of their own. Truly a must listen podcast series!

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    Just listened to your podcast on this subject. Just wow! Never really thought of it this way before. Yes, our black leaders and heroes need to be included in the classroom all year long not just a select month. Thank you, Nicole for this challenge.

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  • Very relevant .

    I love how Nicole takes the time to prepare her thoughts and conversations . She gives great thought to her questions & makes every word relevant to understanding the conversation. Her interviews are meaningful and her points are delivered with clarity& grace. Thanks for your input and choice of interviewees who bring light to hard conversations.

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