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August 27th 2013:Black and White and Blue All Over: Inside an American Black Woman

What does it mean to be a Black woman in America? How does she refuse to be pigeon-holed while simultaneously acknowledging the reality of race? How do we all embrace who we are and not be defined by being straight, gay, Asian, white, rich, poor, whatever? Host Beth Green will interview Rozz Hopson, a Black woman with roots in the South, an upbringing in the West, and life experiences that are clichés for Black American families. Her mother was a single mom, working for low wages. She was co-raised by a great-aunt in an environment of welfare, domestic violence and molestation. She was taught

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Rozz Hopson

Rozz Hopson has spent her life moving through barriers to uncover her true self. What has emerged is a woman who can be herself anywhere. Born in 1970 rural Arkansas, she grew up in a black suburb in Denver with her younger sister and was co-raised by her mother and great aunt. After high school she moved to Washington DC and worked to put herself through college. She took courses at various schools, yet always felt out of place. Where she felt at home was in the office. Rozz loved solving problems, crunching numbers & supporting others so she focused her efforts on the business world. In ‘97 she moved to San Diego and began working for a firm as an accounting clerk. Although she never com
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