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April 25, 2022

199a: Cereal or Milk w/ Special Guest Dr. Lucretia Berry

199a: Cereal or Milk w/ Special Guest Dr. Lucretia Berry

This week on the Southern Fried Philosophy Podcast: Magic Man catches us up on his travels, we learn too much about the state of Iowa plus we address the age old question, do you put your cereal or milk in the bowl first? We're joined by special guest...


This week on the Southern Fried Philosophy Podcast: Magic Man catches us up on his travels, we learn too much about the state of Iowa plus we address the age old question, do you put your cereal or milk in the bowl first? We're joined by special guest Dr. Lucretia Berry.

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Dr. Lucretia Berry is an antiracism curriculum specialist, course designer and author of What LIES Between Us - Fostering First Steps Toward Racial Healing, a TEDx speaker, and a writer for in(courage).me. She earned her Ph.D. in Curriculum and Instruction from Iowa State University and her BA from South Carolina State University


















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Lucretia is a wife, mom of three, and a former college professor, who founded Brownicity.com with the purpose of making scholarly-informed, antiracism education accessible in order to inspire a culture of true belonging and justice for all. She is a TED speaker and author of Hues of You - An Activity Book for Learning About the Skin You Are In (2022) and What LIES Between Us - Fostering First Steps Toward Racial Healing (2016).