Public schools are indoctrinating a generation of children to see themselves as either a victim of systemic racial oppression or members of a wicked oppressor class. Our guest, a black writer and podcaster, exposes the poisonous ideology embedded in "Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion" programs. We must teach our children the truth that their identity comes not from their race but from Christ. Don’t miss this timely conversation.
The twenty-one years that kept our guest separated from his wife and their six sons were long enough. As he survived two decades at America's bloodiest penitentiary and his wife raised their sons solo, they never stopped fighting for freedom and for their futures against the statistical odds. All the while, it was love that carried them through.
As they peel back the layers of their unforgettable love story, you'll discover the secrets of perseverance and the power of resilience that is founded on faith in a God who never gives up on us.
Leonydus is a speech-language pathologist, writer, podcast host, theatre and film actor, director, musician, hip-hop artist, Christian, father, husband, and advocate for individualism and a post-racial society. He has a Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology and a Master’s Degree in Speech-Language Pathology, both from Ohio University. He began hosting the Informed Dissent podcast in August 2020.
Affectionately known among their peers as FoxandRob, Sibil Fox and Robert Richardson are a popular New Orleans-based couple who endured and survived twenty-one years as an incarcerated family. Together they have six sons and continue their advocacy for incarcerated families through the NOLA chapter of Participatory Defense Movement, an initiative of Rich Family Ministries, which they founded with the vision of “changing lives and laws through love” and dedicated to empowering families and marriages to thrive. Their story is told in the acclaimed, award-winning documentary Time.