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Voices That Guide Us

Voices That Guide Us (personal narratives):

Voices That Guide Us is an evolving and expanding collection of HD video narratives of black elders, professionals, and young people. It purposely includes other races that intersect with or are invested in our community. This repository was conceived in 2005 as a global learning tool of the American Black experience.

The purpose of Voices That Guide Us is to:

Convey the essential humanity of Black people through video

Offer a visual voice for views, advice, affirmations, and truths by us and about us

Enhance existing text articles in our website (primary or secondary resource)

Preserve the oral traditions that are the trademark of Black people

Spotlight un-stereotypical interpretations of who Black people are

Look, Listen & Learn
American Racism, Asian Hate, David Mura
03:02
Black Love, Black Critique, Seimone Augustus
01:42
Parenting Treasures, Alan Page
01:32
A Future Without Harm, Javon Shabazz
01:02
Career Advice in Chemical Dependency Administration, Dr. Peter Hayden
01:40
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David Mura is a Japanese American author, literary critic, and educator. In this segment, he shares viewpoints of nonwhite racial identity through personal experience.

Culture Literature
Stats: 9 Views
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Seimone Augustus Is a former WNBA basketball player and current coach. In this segment, she shares her love and desires for the black community.

Culture Sports / Outdoors
Stats: 26 Views
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Alan Page is a retired judge, professional athlete, and education advocate. In this segment, he shares reasons his parenting benefits are ongoing.

Culture
Stats: 26 Views
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Javon Shabazz is an administrator and activist. In this segment he shares his vision for the black community without the harm of racism.

Activist / Abolitionist Culture
Stats: 51 Views
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Dr. Peter Hayden is an administrator for family consumer services. In this segment, he shares career advice in social and family management.

Business Culture
Stats: 59 Views