In episode 13, U Panic’d discuss what it means to be a Black father in the United States. Both Fu and Gee have recently become fathers and they discuss their voyages to fatherhood as Black men.
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In episode 15, the U Panic’d crew continue the discussion about what it means to be a Black father. In this episode, Rome expresses his issues with the late Dr. Frances Cress Welsing’s recommendations for starting a family.Post Views: 18
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In part 2, we continue this controversial topic of political correctness in the Black community. Erykah Badu was labeled “anti-semitic”and Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie was labeled “transphobic” for sharing their opinions publicly. Has political correctness gone too far? Our returning guest, Dre believes colleges are turning Black students into “victims” who hide in safe spaces and complain about microaggressions all day. Gee completely disagreed with this, and it caused a heated debate between the two on this episode.
Closing Track by: Boogie Da God, “I’m Hungry” https://soundcloud.com/boogiedagod/im…Post Views: 7