SEASON 3 | NOW STREAMING
Roots, Race & Culture Season 3 features a diverse range of guests who share their perspectives and experiences on topics ranging from race and beauty to distrust in healthcare. Episode 1 tackles the theme of race and the beauty standard, addressing the impact of racial biases and Eurocentric beauty standards. Episode 2 delves into the issue of distrust in healthcare, particularly within marginalized communities. Episode 3 celebrates the vibrant history of Jazz music in Utah, paying tribute to its rich legacy. The final episode explores diversity and inclusion in America, examining the obstacles to achieving equality. By providing engaging dialogue and promoting understanding, Roots, Race & Culture Season 3 promises to enlighten and inspire viewers to learn more about cultural identity and equality throughout the world.
season three episode one
Race & the Beauty Standard
The premiere kicks off by exploring the topic of race and the beauty standard. Tiffany Rasmussen and Dr. Harjit Kaur join this discussion to shed light on the impact of racial biases and Eurocentric beauty standards, sharing personal experiences and addressing societal pressures and biases faced by people of color.
season three episode two
Distrust in Healthcare
Liggins and Gerald tackle the issue of distrust in healthcare, particularly within marginalized communities. By highlighting historical events such as the Syphilis Study at Tuskegee and the alarming healthcare disparities faced by minority communities, the panelists bring awareness to the reasons behind this distrust.
season three episode three
Jazzin' in the Beehive State
This episodes celebrates the vibrant history of Jazz music in Utah. Liggins and Gerald engage in dialogue with guests Dee-Dee-Darby-Duffin and George Brown to uncover the evolutionary path of jazz in the Beehive State, paying tribute to Utah's rich jazz legacy.
season three episode four
Is Diversity and Inclusion Under Attack?
The season concludes with a conversation about the state of diversity and inclusion in America. Joined by Dr. Sidney Shorter and Nikki Walker, they examine the obstacles in achieving true equality and inclusiveness throughout society.