Peter’s Nanny


Phil probes into Peter’s childhood and finds that Peter had a housekeeper growing up.  However, like many black domestic workers of that time, Peter shares that was not her only role.   “So you had a nanny?” Phil interjects.   

As a child, Peter saw her as part of the family, but after some introspection – Peter is left to ask himself – what are his views on her role now?  

In this episode, Peter delves deep into what it was like growing up in New York during integration; living with a nanny; his first time hearing the term white privilege and resolving white guilt.   Join us for another awesome episode!

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