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On The Front Lines

On The Front Lines

By Center for African American Military History
On the Front Lines is a bimonthly podcast hosted by the Center for African American Military History (informally known as The Buffalo Soldiers National Museum). On the Front Lines will be an informative, socially driven platform where people from marginalized communities can address the injustices plaguing their communities.
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Lifestyle Changes: Eating to Live vs Living to Eat
In this episode of the On The Front Lines podcast, research assistant to the Buffalo Soldiers National Museum, Jovan Slaughter speaks with Raychell C. Clarke, MS, RD, LD; outpatient dietitian for VA clinic Sugar Land/Richmond, Texas. In this insightful conversation the two discuss the importance of proper diet and nutrition, how diet effects the health of veterans in various capacities, and what we can do to to build healthier eating habits. Host: Jovan Slaughter Guest: Raychell C. Clarke Producer: Jovan Slaughter For more information on diet and nutrition resources go to VA Nutrition and Food Services. Music Provided by: Free Music Archive "Vintage" by HoliznaCC0
32:04
March 29, 2022
The Vote
In this episode of the On The Front Lines podcast, CEO of the Buffalo Soldiers National Museum, Desmond Bertrand-Pitts speaks with prospective Harris County Commissioner Benjamin Chou. In this insightful conversation the two discuss the importance and power of voting in local elections, changes in the political landscape and Chou's plans as county commissioner.  Host: Desmond Bertrand-Pitts Guest: Benjamin Chou Producer: Jovan Slaughter For more information on Benjamin Chou Music Provided by: Free Music Archive "Vintage" by HoliznaCC0
26:53
March 01, 2022
Community Policing Part 2
Our last episode on Community Policing was so great, we made a second date! Enjoy Part 2 of our conversation with Constable Rosen and Assistant Chief Harrison on the relationship  between the police and people of color in the Houston community.
22:52
March 24, 2021
Community Policing
We're BACK! We survived winter storm and we are returning to talk about the police presence in the black community. We have Constable Rosen and Assistant Chief Harrison in a roundtable discussion about law enforcement and the relationship with people of color. We will talk about what is being done to make a lasting change for the betterment of the community.
19:37
March 09, 2021
Blackity Black
In this episode we discuss the origins of Black History Month, CAAMH's plans for the month, and the importance of continuing to acknkowledge and celebrate black excellence year-round.
24:34
February 09, 2021
The State of America
In this episode we are discussing the state of America, a look at how COVID-19 has changed our lives, the 2020 election, and recent news developments that have us on guard in 2021.
23:49
January 25, 2021
The Path Forward
We have always been on the front lines. In this episode we will discuss the who, what, why and when of this podcast.
21:53
January 11, 2021
On The Front Lines Trailer
This is the trailer for the upcoming series "On the Front Lines" by the Center for African American Military History (a.k.a. - Buffalo Soldiers National Museum) located in Houston, TX. Hosted by CEO Desmond Bertrand-Pitts and Communications Coordinator Leanne Kelley, this series will tackle broad issues within the African American community as well as other underserved communities. Episodes will be released twice per month.
01:50
December 22, 2020