The Essential Lighter Side

Replay- Black History Month-Racism in the Suburbs with Clarence Celius

February 10, 2021 Jay Casale
The Essential Lighter Side
Replay- Black History Month-Racism in the Suburbs with Clarence Celius
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The Essential Lighter Side
Replay- Black History Month-Racism in the Suburbs with Clarence Celius
Feb 10, 2021
Jay Casale

This summer, I spoke with a young man who made a difference in his traditionally very white/not so secretly racist town. Clarence Celius.

Clarence Celius is a young, black man who grew up in Wall Township, NJ, an idyllic suburb where he describes the very "air quality" as being "filled with racism and discrimination". In light of recent events, and as an act of love for his younger twin sisters, Clarence took it upon himself to do something about it: He organized a Black Lives Matter March in Wall.

Since then, Clarence has been thrust into activism at a breakneck pace. He is ready to give a part of himself over to the cause for racial equality. He bravely took me through the seemingly endless, exceedingly racist moments he has endured as black man growing up in suburbia. I applaud Clarence and implore you to follow him, as I know he will be making big waves in the future. 

Support the show (http://patreon.com/lightersidepodcast)

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This summer, I spoke with a young man who made a difference in his traditionally very white/not so secretly racist town. Clarence Celius.

Clarence Celius is a young, black man who grew up in Wall Township, NJ, an idyllic suburb where he describes the very "air quality" as being "filled with racism and discrimination". In light of recent events, and as an act of love for his younger twin sisters, Clarence took it upon himself to do something about it: He organized a Black Lives Matter March in Wall.

Since then, Clarence has been thrust into activism at a breakneck pace. He is ready to give a part of himself over to the cause for racial equality. He bravely took me through the seemingly endless, exceedingly racist moments he has endured as black man growing up in suburbia. I applaud Clarence and implore you to follow him, as I know he will be making big waves in the future. 

Support the show (http://patreon.com/lightersidepodcast)

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