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.
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1 year ago
It’s Our Final Episode of 2017 & This will be Fu’s last recording!
We used this opportunity to broadcast Live on Facebook and Instagram so our listeners could tune in and engage. We begin by going through our “Top 5 Panics” of the year; each of us with our own list. To help us out we bring back J Walk, Voo, and the Intern Boston YG. This is a moment we use to reflect on the past year we’ve shared with you.Post Views: 49
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?
Closing Track by: LOCKSLEY, Nugget (Prod. by Kae Tea)Post Views: 122
9 months ago
Last weekend was the annual AFROPUNK Festival in Brooklyn with over 70,000 in attendance. A place of Black art and activism, but as the festival grew, more and more people are stating, “Afropunk sold out for white consumption”. This episode we will examine the validity of this statement.Post Views: 63