This segment we discussed the current state of Black business with our long time friend Dre. Are we too hard on Black owned businesses? Should we distinguish between Black and non-Black owned businesses? And should we go out of our way to support these Black businesses?
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In Dave Chappelle’s latest 2018 Netflix Special Titled “Equanimity ”, Dave said he stopped doing comedy once he realized Americas ears were “too brittle”. On Episode 20, the U Panic’d Podcast dives into Political Correctness with our guest Dre, from Episodes 2 & 11, and discuss if Dave has a point with his statement. Has Political Correctness gone too far?
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