Nicole reflects on her experiences with the late Clarence Shelley, who was an influential leader and mentor to Black students at the University of Illinois.
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Nicole finishes up her two part series on Museum of the Grand Prairie's offerings, talking with various community members about the impacts museums have on African Americans.
Nicole's series on museums during the pandemic continues. Here's part one of her two part series on Museum of the Grand Prairie.
Between pandemic & protest: Krannert Art Museum pivots to reach diverse Champaign County communities
Nicole talks with Krannert Art Museum about how they are adjusting in the midst of the pandemic.
As the nation struggles in the aftermath of the killing of George Floyd, Nicole offers some suggestions for expanding civic engagement across Champaign County.
On day one of Phase 3 of Illinois' reopening, Nicole ventures out to one of our local parks and asks for more care and consideration for people of color in public spaces.
In installment four of this series, Nicole speaks with Reverend Doctor James Fielder and Jonathan King about the impacts of the coronavirus on seminary education locally and how to minister to your congregation when COVID-19 strikes too close to home.
Nicole speaks with two Urbana based spiritual leaders about managing personal lives and community based spiritual support in the age of coronavirus.
Nicole continues her conversation with local clergy exploring ministry in the age of the coronavirus.
Nicole reaches out to faith leaders she interviewed for When Faith Speaks to discuss how they are doing personally and how they are supporting faith communities during this pandemic.