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Sunday Afternoon - Conversations that Matter on HBCU Smart tv



Join us this Sunday as we air Conversations That Matter, a segment on HBCU Smart TV that share the latest webinars, documentaries and Higher-Ed discussions! The HBCU Nation has partnered with fellow HBCU Alumni to broadcast their content.

Dr. Ramon Goings presents DONE Dissertation Coaching Program. In this episode, Dr. Goings discuss three mindset shifts that doctoral students should consider when engaging in thoughts of perfectionism and/or procrastination. This video will help students who feel stuck in the process.


A panel discussion by Education Technologist (EdTech) to debate the role of EdTech's impact on the "Achievement Gap" or the "Opportunity Gap" . The panel includes the following:

  • Dr. Trina L. C. Coleman, STEM Thought Leader, Media Personality, CEO, Ph.D. Physicist, Public Speaker

  • Rod Smith, Chief Technology Officer at Clayton County Public Schools

  • Bryan Setser, CEO of Setser Group, Executive Edupreneur, DEI Learner, & Bigger Table Builder.

In this 3 part series, Dr. Carey Yazeed interviews some of the contributing authors of the anthology, Can't Tell Me Nothing: The Uncomfortable Hair Truths of Black Women. In Part 1 the authors discuss hair discrimination in the workplace. Dr. Carey Yazeed is a book coach and the author of Lipstick, Heels & Hustle: A Woman's Guide to Entrepreneurship, and Shut'em Down: Black Woman, Racism and Corporate America.

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Roderick Bell shares his documentary of Charlotte, NC-TENT CITY. “I Got A Story To Tell - A Day in the life of Tent City" with Music by Gavin Luke, Copyright Epidemic Sound .


Conversations that Matter begins Sunday at 12pm Noon ET with the Done Dissertation followed by the EDTech conversation with SIAA, then "Can't Tell Me Nothing: The Uncomfortable Hair Truths of Black Women", then finally, "I Got A Story To Tell, A Day in the life of Tent City".


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