PODCAST REWIND: Saint Leo’s Dr. Ebony Perez on Race Relations
Listen to Episode 77 of the Saint Leo 360 podcast with Dr. Ebony Perez, a Saint Leo University social work professor, who discussed race relations.
The Civil War and the civil rights movement of the 1960s were two key eras in American history in terms of advancing race relations. However, many would argue that the country remains far from an ideal society in which all races can coexist and live harmoniously.
In this episode of the Saint Leo 360 podcast, we showcase Episode 2 of the “As a Matter of Fact” podcast series. Hosted by Dr. Lisa Rapp-McCall, a professor of social work at Saint Leo University, the series features conversations with Saint Leo faculty members who have conducted unique research in their careers.
This episode highlights a conversation with Dr. Ebony Perez, an assistant professor of social work and chair of the undergraduate social work degree program at Saint Leo University. This particular episode was recorded in December of 2022. During the interview, Perez discussed:
Listen to Episode 77 of the Saint Leo 360 podcast on race relations on the Episode 77 podcast page.
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