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Rosa Parks, My Arrest, and What You Can Do in the Struggle for Equal Rights (Part 1 of 3)

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Published on Feb 8, 2015

Part 1 of 45 minute interview with Dr. Jean Moule, Author, Artist, Activist, and FSM Arrestee. Jean shares her childhood outrages and retaliation, stories from her 50 year biracial marriage, and ways to stand up to protest injustices both large and small.

First aired on Rosa Parks birthday, February 4, 2015, on CCTV in Salem, Oregon, Jean compares her life in small ways to Parks and encourages ordinary people to stand up (or sit down) to make a difference. As spoken by Jessica Mitford, "You may not be able to change the world, but at least you can embarrass the guilty."

Jean touches on her history as an author, artist, activist and FSM Arrestee.

Author: See images and hear information on her books, "Cultural Competence: A Primer for Educators" and "Ask Nana Jean about Making a Difference," as well as material from her article, "Understanding Unconscious Bias and Unintentional Racism" that includes a link to a simple test for bias. (The article, available on line, also includes information that helps explain the killing of innocent Black men, women, and youth). http://www.jeanmoule.com/publications/

Artist: Jean talks about her 4th college major, art, and references her current work. http://www.jeanmoule.com/18-2/

Activist: Hear details and see a demonstration of four-steps to confront stereotypical statements that she encourages both teachers and others to apply as needed. More about Jean here. http://www.jeanmoule.com/

FSM Arrestee: The interview includes a San Francisco Chronicle image of the FSM (Free Speech Movement) in December 1964 and some of her experiences sitting in. Article "Fifty Years of Love and Resilience" available here http://www.jeanmoule.com/professional/

Rosa Parks, an icon of the African American civil rights movement, was one of many ordinary citizens that made a difference. We each have our own ripples to make.

This interview is part of the "Our Noble Globe" series produced by host Lee Coyne.

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