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October 17th 2017:Encore: Oscar Winner Lou Gossett Jr. Discusses his ERACISM Foundation and Keith A. Somers Educates us about his Foundation, KASIF

The One and Only Legendary Academy Award Winner Louis Gossett Jr., Creator & Founder of the ERACISM FOUNDATION, and Keith A. Somers, Founder of The Keith A. Somers International Foundation both join me today to tell their powerful stories which have led each of them to continually work to make the world a better place. It is an honor and a pleasure to hear both of their stories, and I invite you to join me for an intense and extremely educational and empowering episode.

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Louis Gossett, Jr.

Mr. Louis Gossett Jr. is one of the most treasured and respected American African (his preferred terminology which will be discussed, tune in!) actors of stage, screen, and television. One of our most talented artists, he made his Broadway debut at age seventeen in "Take a Giant Step" winning the Donaldson Award as the year's best newcomer. His Emmy-wining 1977 performance in the landmark miniseries "Roots" made him a star, and in 1982 he won the Oscar for Best Supporting Actor for his role in "An Officer and a Gentleman." In 2006 he launched Eracism Foundation, a foundation dedicated to eradicating racism, violence, and ignorance and especially to creating programs to give at-risk childre
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Keith A. Somers

Keith A. Somers, Founder and Chief Operating Officer of the Keith A. Somers International Foundation, is a working actor, voice over artist and powerful motivational speaker. Keith was born in the 60’s and raised in the suburbs of Southeastern Pennsylvania. His childhood, judging from the outside, was basically unremarkable, yet internally speaking, his reality was not so idyllic. Being the byproduct of the multi-ethnic union between his Afro-American father and his Italian/East-Indian mother, Keith had to endure significant ethnic and class prejudice from his peers, and though he was a working teen actor, he battled many deep seated, emotional issues throughout his childhood and on into h
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