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Survive & Thrive: Oklahomans Reflect on COVID-19 & Racism


Survive & Thrive is a twenty-four episode podcast series where our team will interview Oklahomans across a diverse spectrum as how to “Survive and Thrive” during the twofold crisis of the pandemic and racial heartache. 


Oklahomans already have a fair amount of experience with trauma, given the Dust Bowl, Tulsa Race Massacre, Trail of Tears, Oklahoma City bombing, and now there is the issue of COVID and racism in the mix of our state's heartaches.

The podcasts are presented by Gaylord News and sponsored by the Institute for the Study of Human Flourishing.

 

Click to Listen: SURVIVE & THRIVE

Schedule of Podcasts

DATE PODCAST SERIES
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Oct   7
 “Survive and Thrive: Oklahomans Reflect on Covid-19 and Racism.”   Interview with Chris Fields, Firefighter assisted in Alfred P. Murrah bombing in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma April 19, 1995.Podcast
Oct 14   “Survive and Thrive: Oklahomans Reflect on Covid-19 and Racism.”   Interview with Justin Norris, SGA student body President at the University of Oklahoma.
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Oct 21
 “Survive and Thrive: Oklahomans Reflect on Covid-19 and Racism.”   Interview with Dr. Serene Jones,  President of Union Theological Seminary in New York.
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Oct 28
 “Survive and Thrive: Oklahomans Reflect on Covid-19 and Racism.”   Interview with Brenda Alford, a descendant of Tulsa Race Massacre survivors.Podcast
Nov  4 "Survive and Thrive: Oklahomans Reflect on Covid-19 and Racism.”   Interview with Joi Gordon the CEO for Dress for Success.
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Nov 11 "Survive and Thrive: Oklahomans Reflect on Covid-19 and Racism.”   Interview with Gene Rainbolt, selected one of the 50 most powerful Oklahomans and Charlotte Lankford, a licensed marriage and family counselor.Podcast
Nov 18 "Survive and Thrive: Oklahomans Reflect on Covid-19 and Racism.”   Interview with Joy Hofmeister, the Oklahoma Superintendent of Public Instruction.
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Dec 2 "Survive and Thrive: Oklahomans Reflect on Covid-19 and Racism.”  Interview with Joseph Harroz, President of the University of Oklahoma.Podcast
Dec 9 "Survive and Thrive: Oklahomans Reflect on Covid-19 and Racism.” Interview with Krista Tippett, an award winning journalist originally from Oklahoma, and now an NPR host.Podcast
Dec 17 
 "Survive and Thrive: Oklahomans Reflect on Covid-19 and Racism.”   Interview with Joy Hofmeister, the Oklahoma Superintendent of Public Instruction.Podcast
Jan 13 "Survive and Thrive: Oklahomans Reflect on Covid-19 and Racism.” Linda Cavanaugh, a seasoned journalist, now retired from KFOR channel 4.Podcast