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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Child Support in the Black Community
On this heated episode, the U Panic’d crew discussed/debated child support in the Black community. Does it unfairly target Black men? And should deadbeat fathers be chastised by the community for not supporting their children? Do you agree with Gee? Or is Rome right about Gee overreacting? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below.
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Closing Track: “Baby Mother” by Boogie https://soundcloud.com/boogie15/baby-…Post Views: 6
3 years ago
In episode 11, we discuss personal responsibility vs white supremacy to determine the true culprit for the current state of Black America. Gee and our returning guest, Dre debate the decisions made by some impoverished Black people in the inner-city.
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The Progression Of Black Media Episode 42 features the award winning multimedia specialist, Via Perkins, who touches on her racial journey explored through her work. What are the importance of media controlled by Black creatives? Does modern media fall short to inflict social change? And what does it mean to be Black from a biracial or multiracial lens? #ViaPerkins
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