Durham, Bill — Racism in America:  One Man’s Experience

Posted on February 17th, 2015 in American Society,Mendocino County,Race,Relationships,Self-Identity by LeGov

Radio Curious continues its series racism in a conversation with Bill Durham, a 59 year old black man, originally from Ohio who grew up in family of civil rights activists and now lives in Mendocino County, California.  We explore the effects of racism in the United States and how to end it.  Bill Durham, works as a journeyman carpenter, and hosts Club FM, a weekly blues, jazz and rock music program on KMEC radio in Ukiah, California with the moniker of MC Squared.

In this program, recorded on February 12, 2015, at Radio Curious, Bill Durham shares his experiences of being black in America, starting when he was very young, and his ideas on how to relieve racism.

The book Bill Durham recommends is “Supernatural:  Meeting with the Ancient Teachers of Mankind,” by Graham Hancock.

Click here to listen to the program or on the media player below.

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  1. Jack Burgess said,

    on March 18th, 2015 at 11:25 am

    Bill has such a great ability to reflect and then explain his experiences, relating them to all of us. My wife and really benefited from listening to this. We are whites, always trying to learn and to grow better–also to help change the world as Bill does. The interviewer asked excellent questions, bringing out the story of one man’s world, which is also the world of millions of others.
    Thank you both!

  2. Regan James, Jim Rodgers said,

    on March 20th, 2015 at 11:55 am

    We wish we were all blind to the color of a persons skin also their gender, nationality, religion and politics. Educate a child.

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