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.
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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?
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2 years ago
As Black Americans become more health conscious, the Netflix’s documentary What the Health has solidified the divide between meat eaters and vegetarians/vegans. Was the documentary right and exact or was it vegan propaganda? Join Fu as he attempts to school Gee about the dangers of eating meat. In our second segment, we attempt to define the popular terms that dominate Black Twitter, “woke” and “hotep”. What does it mean to be woke or hotep, and who fits these descriptions?
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