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The Honorable Anthony Reeves

In The Know with Tony Reeves


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IN THE KNOW with Tony Reeves tackles real world topics, current events, and historical experiences through conversations and interviews. Building upon his experience in the military and Florida government as well as his experience as a lawyer, professor, and business owner, Reeves talks about all topics including his popular Reeves Reflections, Reeves Point of View, and Easy but NOT so Easy Segments.

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Most of us truly believe we will work until a certain point. However, what would you do if someone told you that you may have to work forever?? Today, we talk about facing that reality.

Making the decision to make a serious life change can be scary. However, leaving your job to start something new can be downright terrifying. To address this, tune in as I present my "COVID and the Great Resignation" series. Tune in as I... more

My first moment of independence came in a very unique way. A GREYHOUND BUS! We all have our first INDEPENDENCE DEFINING moment and I am proud of mine.

The harsh reality is going to college should be a magical and memorable educational and life experience. It should be a time for new friends, new places, and new experiences. Unfortunately, for way too many students and... more

Today, we continue our discussion about ?Life after Jim Crow? where we focus on the 1970s and 1980s which were the first generation of integration as well as the first generation to fully benefit from the Civil Rights Act and the... more

In this episode, I share the story of my late great aunt Berniece Brown whose past experience with a local area McDonald's in the 50s and 60s during Jim Crow shaped her decision regarding engaging McDonald's after segregation ended.... more

If you are a member of Generation X, most of your parents not only grew up and lived through Jim Crow laws and segregationist policies that were in many parts of the US, those same parents also experienced all aspects of the 'Civil Rights... more

Published on January 17, 2014 and Remastered on October 28, 2021, this episode focuses on disability for those over the age of 50 and their long work history

You definitely want to take the time to capture the stories of loved ones because they can share with you a wealth of powerful insight and information. Also, so many of these great stories are never committed to paper.

How many of us have found ourselves relying on the words of people but not verifying what they are saying? In this micro cast, I talk about the importance of verifying information you rely upon so you don't put yourself in a bad position.
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