The goal for today’s episode is to have a real conversation about race. It’s a touchy topic these days, especially when there is so much in the news about the racial divide in the U.S. But it’s an important topic that deserves open and honest dialogue. So to help me in this discussion is a longtime friend of mine, Maria DeGennaro. Maria is a working mom of three children who has been married for 30 years. She also happens to be biracial. Given that her perspective comes from having her feet in both the black and white worlds, she’s the perfect guest to be a part of this somewhat delicate conversation. Tune in to hear her take on some of today’s most heated debates.
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What You’ll Learn In Today’s Episode:
- When it first hit Maria that she wasn’t the same as all her predominantly white friends.
- Maria’s worst experience with racism.
- Advice for parents with a biracial child.
- The best advice Maria has received.
- How Maria feels about football players kneeling for the national anthem.
- Maria’s personal habit that contributes to her success.
Ideas Worth Sharing:
[spp-tweet tweet=”If people don’t like you for who you are, well, then that’s their problem. – Maria DeGennaro”] [spp-tweet tweet=”Be strong and proud of who you are, and don’t ever let anyone tell you any different. -Maria DeGennaro”] [spp-tweet tweet=”Your success is limited only by you and your own persistence to succeed. -@pattistueckler”]
Resources In Today’s Episode:
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- The Four Agreements: A Practical Guide to Personal Freedom by Don Miguel Ruiz
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