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EPISODE 47: Black Representation In College

Previous guest from the Black Panther Analysis episode, Mo, returns to “Speak His Speech” on “Blacks in Higher Education”.

Special Guest: Mo (Previously Featured on Black Panther Analysis Below)

Closing Track by: Vintage Lee, Tell Me (prod. LoLoTheGod)

EPISODE 39: Black Men Are Trash

Check our response to the hashtag, “Black Men Are Trash” in Ep 39. Whose to blame for this thinking? Should men take this hashtag seriously? What would the reaction to a “Black Women Are Trash” hashtag be?

Closing Track by: Jerome Clayton, Call It REMIX Ft. Chel’le

EPISODE 33: How Blind is Lady Justice (Part 2)

In part 2, we continue the discussion on our justice system. Dispo dissects the infamous cases of police brutality, while we ask and offer suggestions on how cops can effectively communicate the law during confrontations and establish trust in the communities they’re policing.

Closing Track by: Biz20, Younge

EPISODE 32: How Blind Is Lady Justice

We speak with lawyer, Dispo, on situations of injustice that circulate the media. We first kick this off with a Real or Fake surrounding Kanye West’s recent comments on slavery.

Closing Track by: F7 – What Up Black Man Prod . by Furgersen7

EPISODE 21: Political Correctness (Part 2)

Here we go further into discussing Political Correctness by moving away from the comedians, and more into the role it plays in our society. We start off with a few definitions (including the definition of a social justice warrior), dissect some issues, and end with an explosive back and fourth on “Safe Spaces” in colleges and universities.

Closing Track by: Boogie Da God, I’m Hungry

EPISODE 20: Political Correctness (Part 1)

In his latest 2018 Netflix Special Titled “Equanimity” Dave Chappelle says he stopped doing comedy once he realized Americas ears were “too brittle”. On Episode 20, we dive 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?

 

Closing Track by: Locksley, INCREDIBLE (Prod by. Flexxington Don)

EPISODE 18: Defending Black Women

We kick off the episode with a Real or Fake surrounding the Mo’Nique/Netflix debacle. From there, we appropriately discuss ways Black men can align themselves with Black women to fight the various injustices they face; exploring ways we can build with and support one another.

Closing Track by Biz20, Titled: Earl

Mo’Nique’s Netflix Boycott

Mo’Nique recently called for a boycott against Netflix due to what she considers a “low ball” offer of $500,000. She mentions Amy Schumer getting $11 million and renegotiating to $13 million, and the men getting paid much more. She senses sexism and racism, and proceeds to call for a boycott against Netflix. The cast of U Panic’d discuss the topic.

EPISODE 17: Black Women in the Porn Industry with Former Adult Film-star, Italia Blue (Part 2)

In Episode 17 we continue our discussion with Pickle Rick (Formerly Italia Blue) to discuss the inner workings of the adult-film industry. Before she gets personal we kick this episode off with a Real or Fake segment surrounding ethics and prostitution.

 

Closing Track by: Furgersen7, Off—White

Black Fatherhood pt2

In episode 15, the U Panic’d crew continue the discussion about what it means to be a Black father. In this episode, Rome expresses his issues with the late Dr. Frances Cress Welsing’s recommendations for starting a family.

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