John and Joed Speak With Colleague and Friend Reggie Walker About What We’ve Learned Since Sandra Bland


In this episode of the Q2 PodCast we discuss the Sandra Bland Tragedy and what has happened since then. We also discuss whether the solutions to societies current problems lie at the micro or macro levels. ┬áPlease enjoy this episode and make sure to subscribe on iTunes so that you get our latest episodes and don’t forget to share with your friends!



Poet, playwright, counselor and motivational speaker, Reggie Rashad Walker is a native of Trenton, NJ, who has been writing poetry since elementary school. He began to take his craft seriously in high school, under the tutelage of renown poet Doughtry “Doc” Long, who served as his Creative Writing Teacher. Since then Reggie has read at countless events, poetry slams, and open mic events. He has had the opportunity to have his poetry, essays and short stories published in every issue of On Fire, a literary journal published at Rider University, where Reggie attended for both undergraduate and graduate school.

He currently works as a counselor in the field of higher education where he assists students from academically and economically disadvantaged backgrounds in their quest to obtain a college degree. In addition to his work as a counselor, he has written and directed his first stage play entitled 1960-Black, which has been in production since the spring of 2010. Reggie has used his writing as tool to motivate others.

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