Peter & Phil’s Courageous Conversations

A phone call, prompted by George Floyd’s death, brings two veterinarians from two different races together to discuss their perspectives on pivotal issues affecting America today. Join Peter and Phil’s Courageous Conversations Podcast – then start a courageous conversation of your own!:

Peter & Phil’s Courageous Conversations

Two friends. One cause. Several courageous conversations.

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End of the Season. New episodes of Peter & Phil coming soon! Peter & Phil's Courageous Conversations

After over 25 episodes, Peter and Phil are taking a break in preparation for season 3. ┬áMake sure to follow our Twitter @PeterandPhil and tell us what topics you'd like us to cover in the new season. ┬áSee you then! — Send in a voice message:
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A Mother’s Love

Summary Peter and Phil sit down and talk the Thursday before Mother’s Day and pay homage to their mothers.  What’s a mother’s role and how did Peter & Phils’s mothers impact them in their upbringing and where they are now?  Join us this week.   — Send in a voice message: TranscriptionMore

The N Word : Part One

Summary In this episode, Phil expands the conversation with Peter and discusses his hesitancy in using the N – word even in speeches, as well as recalls a time when he remembers hearing it on the news in Jackson, Mississippi.  Peter asks Phil to explain what an “Uncle Tom” is, and the conversation leads to…More

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Peter Weinstein

Peter has two dogs: Bruce and Wiblet; Two kids: Brianna and Brooke; & one wife, Sharon

Phillip Nelson

Phil has four grandkids: three kids, and one wife. He’s waiting for Peter to catchup.

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  1. Thank you for these wonderful conversations. Inspiring, thoughtful, and thought provoking.


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