We’re Amplifying Black Voices by sharing stories of our guests with you again, as the words are still relevant today.
Quincy Henry aka ‘QDot’ on Starting a Coffee Business in Tacoma, and His Home Selling Experience
Quincy Henry in his past career/life was widely known as ‘QDot,’ an Grammy nominated artist and youngest of five siblings. Listen to Quincy’s story as he talks about his process starting up his soon-to-be-open coffee shop, Campfire Coffee. In the 2nd half of the conversation, Q breaks down his experience selling and buying his home... and if that wasn’t enough things going on he’s also working on getting a post graduate degree!
Educator John Frazier on the Wealth Gap, Race in Education, and His Biggest Black History Month Inspiration
What happens when cousins Dave Jones and John Frazier get together? Be a fly on the wall on this one, as John and Dave dive into all sorts of topics; from the wealth gap, to gentrification to education. John and Dave leave no stone unturned as they wrestle with different topics, and try to find the connectedness between them.
Justina Johnson on Black History, Equity and Access in Tacoma Schools
Justina Johnson has served Tacoma Schools for 22 years in various capacities. We’re honored to have a person with her level of expertise speak on Black History Month and Equity and Access to advance programming for all students in Tacoma Public Schools.
Have questions on advanced programs or highly capable in Tacoma Public Schools? Justina Johnson is who you need to contact.
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Interdisciplinary Artist Barry Johnson Reflects on Culture, Black History Month
Interdisciplinary artist Barry Johnson is a man of many talents. Listen in as Barry breaks down what Black History Month means to him, culture, and what made him who he is today.