In episode 11, we discuss personal responsibility vs white supremacy to determine the true culprit for the current state of Black America. Gee and our returning guest, Dre debate the decisions made by some impoverished Black people in the inner-city.
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In episode 23, we continue the Marvel/Disney’s Black Panther film discussion. We analyze the movie with our special guest, Mo by comparing it to the various comic book renditions of the Black Panther character and storyline, as well as compare the actions of Wakanda to what is going on currently throughout the Afrikan diaspora.
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4 months ago
In part 2, we continue this controversial topic of political correctness in the Black community. Erykah Badu was labeled “anti-semitic”and Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie was labeled “transphobic” for sharing their opinions publicly. Has political correctness gone too far? Our returning guest, Dre believes colleges are turning Black students into “victims” who hide in safe spaces and complain about microaggressions all day. Gee completely disagreed with this, and it caused a heated debate between the two on this episode.
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8 months ago
This segment stems from a viral video which took place on Blue Hill Ave in Boston, 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..
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