Lifting the Veil

Welcome to our newest venture, a podcast that will continue our quest to lift up the unsung history of our community!

An Interview with Jean-Pierre Brutus – Part II Lifting the Veil

Jean-Pierre Brutus returns this week to continue the discussion with Bev and Lady Elaine on Reparations. Jean-Pierre is a senior counsel in the Economic Justice Program at the New Jersey Institute for Social Justice. Prior to joining the Institute, Jean-Pierre worked at Bronx Legal Services, where he represented indigent Bronx tenants facing eviction in various courts and administrative proceedings. Jean-Pierre is a 2007 graduate of Georgetown University, graduating with a major in Sociology and a minor in African American Studies. As a graduate of the JD/PhD program at Northwestern University, Jean-Pierre is a graduate of Northwestern Pritzker School of Law and he earned his PhD in African American Studies from The Graduate School at Northwestern University. As a law student, Jean-Pierre served as a senior articles editor for the Journal of Law and Social Policy. As a PhD student, he also served as an assistant editor of the Journal of Africana Religions. Jean-Pierre wrote a dissertation that examined the origins of black politics outside of the traditional public sphere to conceptualize the counter-public of black politics as bifurcated into a civil and uncivil black politics.
  1. An Interview with Jean-Pierre Brutus – Part II
  2. An Interview with Jean-Pierre Brutus – Part I
  3. An Interview with Christina Sasso – Prejudice and Racism
  4. An Interview with Kira Dineen from the DNA Today Podcast
  5. An Interview with Dr. Linda Caldwell Epps and Cat Hogan – Part II

“Talking About the Stones,” December 2, 2021. The Infinitely Focused Podcast, hosted by James T. Peeples, is dedicated to encouraging people to develop their highest goals. In this episode, Peeples’ speaks with Friday Truehart Consultants Elaine Buck and Beverly Mills about the history and mystery of researching the past as well as what they have planned for the future.