This episode stems from a viral video which took place on Blue Hill Ave in Dorchester MA, that shows the Straight Black Pride Movement hosting an event. A freelance writer/journalist arrived and was confronted, being taken as a Black Lives Matter advocate. From here, writer Arielle Gray took her thoughts to AfroPunk to write about her experience… O Salih Rowe, President of the Boston Chapter of SBP, tells us his.
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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 months ago
The crew talks Boston City Council Elections and Power, and holds off a Spook Who Sat by The Door movie review for another time.Post Views: 38
2 years ago
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