Dr. Hasshan Batts welcomes his friend Raoul "Great" McFall to talk about his journey from being a regular inmate to being a great father, and a great person.
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Dr. Hasshan Batts talks with Shoshanah Tornberg, a Rabbi and leader in the Allentown Jewish community, who shares her thoughts on Jewish faith in today's world.
Dr. Hasshan Batts sits down with his friend Michael Richardson to discuss growing up in Brooklyn, addiction, and his desire to be known simply as a loving father.
Dr. Hasshan Batts welcomes Carmen Bell, Director of Healthy Aging at United Way Lehigh Valley, to discuss the needs of our elders and the importance of connecting between generations.
Dr. Hasshan Batts talks to Zaleeae Sierra and Arielle Brown to break down the difference in generations and the experience of young people in today's world.
Libraries, Mental Health, and Everything In-Between: A Conversation with PANO's Anne Gingerich | Let's Talk
On this episode of Let's Talk, Dr. Batts dives into the world of nonprofits and nonprofit aid with Anne Gingerich, Executive Director of the Pennsylvania Association of Nonprofit Organizations (PANO).
Dr. Batts is back with another episode of Let's Talk, this time welcoming Cody Bright from REFORM Alliance to talk about parole and probation reform.
Dr. Batts welcomes author Saide Saddiq-Cisse, who talks about his personal experiences as a father and navigating high conflict in co-parenting situations.
Dr. Batts sits down with a community elder, former NFL football player Walter Beach III, for a conversation about his life, experiences, family and more.
Dr. Batts is back with another episode of Let's Talk, this time welcoming Dr. Angelique Orr for a conversation about her life journey, community organizing, self-love, and more.
Clean Air, Clean Water, and the Fight for Environmental Justice: A Conversation with Ruth Santiago | Let's Talk
Dr. Batts welcomes Ruth Santiago, a climate activist, attorney, and member of the White House Environmental Justice Advisory Council, for a conversation about climate change, environmental justice, and more.
On this timely and powerful episode of Let's Talk, Dr. Hasshan Batts sits down with Lehigh Valley native Larry Spagnola, co-author of The Riot Within: My Journey from Rebellion to Redemption, Rodney King's autobiography.
Dr. Batts welcomes Rodney Bushe and "Positive" Kyle Lassiter for a conversation about "coming from the bottom," rising out of hardship to become successful and happy in life.
'Real Models,' Good Guys, and Second Chances: Conversations with Taquil Mason and Shaheid Hasan | Let's Talk
Dr. Batts talks with Taquil Mason about what it means to have a "real model" when growing up, then welcomes Shaheid Hasan for a conversation about giving people a second chance to improve their lives.
Dr. Batts welcomes guest Keenan Hudson, who was incarcerated at 15 years old for his role in a fatal armed robbery, spent 15 years in adult prisons, and has since transformed his life.
'We Can't Lose Out Twice on Weed': Conversations with CSC's Tyrone Russell and Kevin Greene | Let's Talk
Dr. Batts welcomes Tyrone Russell and Kevin Greene from the Cleveland School of Cannabis to talk about entrepreneurship and entering the growing cannabis industry.
Dr. Batts is back for a timely and important conversation about what mental health and mental illness really are with NAMI Lehigh Valley's Leo Rooney and Darnell Scott.
Dr. Batts welcomes Dr. Cynthia Mota, president of Allentown City Council to talk about the current matters of importance to the community, the importance of communication, as well as her background and connection to the city.
Dr. Batts welcomes Dwayne Jones of Preventive Measures, Inc. and the Preventive Measures Foundation to talk about giving back to the community through philanthropic support, Black charitable giving, Preventive Measures' future plans, and more.
Let's Talk About Reproductive Health: Conversations with Jamilla Campo and JoAnna Richardson | Let's Talk
Guest host Katarah Jordan welcomes Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner Jamilla Campo and local social worker JoAnna Richardson to offer their reactions and insight on the Supreme Court's decision overturning Roe v. Wade and the near-certain impact on health outcome statistics within communities of color.