Dr. Walter Greason will contextualize this history and the waves of political reconstruction that have shaped New Jersey’s race relations. He will also discuss the future of racism and equality in our state.
The T. Thomas Fortune Cultural Center will reopen its doors with the long-awaited exhibit, A Love Letter to Count Basie: From The Great Migration to The Harlem Renaissance. This is the first time the Count Basie collection will be shared publicly since its 2018 acquisition by the Institute for Jazz Studies, the world’s foremost jazz research center, located on the campus of Rutgers University – Newark.
With borrows of color shouldering the heaviest burden of rising tuition costs and related debt, this panel discusses so proposed solutions to address the crisis of student loan borrowing and default through the racial justics lens.
2020 Election and Beyond Podcast (on Merrittocracy)
In this episode, Dr. Greason explains how we should not become solely focused on the upcoming election, but instead see the broader picture and honor the successes of the MOVEMENT. He discusses his experiences as a multi-cultural organizer and lays out a brilliant plan to help save higher education, all while improving the quality of teaching and lowering the cost.
In this episode, Dr. Walter D. Greason discusses African Americans in the history of New Jersey. This show can be listened to on Apple Podcasts or wherever you listen to your podcasts including on Spotify and Stitcher.