From interracial relationships, double standards of men and women with multiple partners, and same sex relationships, our 38th episode touches on the sexual taboos of the black community.
This episode dives into the many ways we protest today in order to discuss the most effective ways to do so. We use this avenue to figure out the best way to hold celebrities and businesses accountable for some of their reckless actions.
In part 2, we continue the discussion on our justice system. Dispo dissects the infamous cases of police brutality, while we ask and offer suggestions on how cops can effectively communicate the law during confrontations and establish trust in the communities they’re policing.
We speak with lawyer, Dispo, on situations of injustice that circulate the media. We first kick this off with a Real or Fake surrounding Kanye West’s recent comments on slavery.
On Season 2 episode 6 of Atlanta, we were presented with a Michael Jackson like character named Teddy Perkins. In the episode, Teddy reveals to Darius that his father pushed him and his brother to their creative limits as musicians growing up. From this, Rome and Gee discuss parents pushing their children too hard.
For 420 weekend we interview streetwear smoke shop owner Marcus Johnson-Smith, Kush Groove Co-Owner and Founder of Clearwater Branding. We go over the recent recreational laws coming to Massachusetts July 1st 2018, as well as how he got started selling tobacco related paraphernalia in his Kush Groove smoke shop.
In this episode our guest, TheVillain, quotes Spinoza’s “Treatise on the Emendation of the Intellect” and applies them to the idea that modern society has become indoctrinated into false beliefs.
Special Guests: TheVillain, Fu