The discussion surrounds rather or not the pressures that come with Child Support are too much or earned.
We pick right up from last weeks discussion on Reparations and the ADOS Movement, with our special guest Dre.
After Episode 50 we are taking a brief break to analyze and improve. With that in Mind, the group goes totally off course to break down their dynamic using the discussions from past episodes as examples, on this 2 hour special
Closing Track by: Fublac Featuring SupaKev, Bout That Life
Last weekend was the annual AFROPUNK Festival in Brooklyn with over 70,000 in attendance. A place of Black art and activism, but as the festival grew, more and more people are stating, “Afropunk sold out for white consumption”. This episode we will examine the validity of this statement.
Are there powers that be keeping Nicki Minaj from becoming number one on Bilboard during her first week sales? During our second L-Edition, we discuss her most recent statements on the industry with returning guest, J-Walk 😀
Special Guest: J Walk
Previous guest from the Black Panther Analysis episode, Mo, returns to “Speak His Speech” on “Blacks in Higher Education”.
Special Guest: Mo (Previously Featured on Black Panther Analysis Below)
Our guests B, from the Urban Collective Podcast & Omar sat with us to discuss the college enrollment process on episode 46. We also discussed the the low percentage of African Americans in top ranking colleges and universities. How can we ensure that the majority of scholarships and enrollment slots designated for descendants of Black people that have suffered from institutional racism in this country for generations remain with them? Should first and second-generation Black students of Caribbean and African descent be labeled “African American” or “Black” by these colleges and universities? And should there be a clear distinction between African Americans and Black people of the African Diaspora in regards to college enrollment?
Special Guest: Omar, and B from The Urban Collective Show
In Ep 45, the hosts test their alleged implicit biases, and what testing designed to recognize racial inequality in pop culture looks like.
*Disclaimer: The subject matter discussed on this episode is very sensitive and could be triggering for some listeners.
On Episode 44, Gee referenced the previous Real or Fake segment, “Charlamagne should be forgiven if he raped Jessica Reid” and this sends Rome into a surge of discontentment with public outrage over Charlamagne. This led the group way off course from the original topic of Implicit Bias (held off for next week) and on to a passionate debate on outrage over Charlamagne Tha God’s actions.