Every 4th Episode we bring the vices out.. We continue to discuss our topics while of course letting the liquor speak through us. On this episode our Intern kept the drinks flowing while we further discuss the Boston Rap Scene as well as Cat Calling and other forms of Street Harassment by men towards women. Join the discussion as we break down the evils of Cat Calling.
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1 week ago
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?
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5 months ago
As economic, political and social conditions for Black people seem to remain stagnant in the U.S., the “Buy Black” movement hopes to reverse our societal status. As a people, should we support this movement? Is this movement racists and does it enable subpar business practices in the Black community? Join us as we have a conversation with our close friend and business owner Dre about Black businesses, non-Black businesses in our communities, and corporate interest in targeting Black people. In our second segment, we examine the profitability in the rise of Black consciousness and representation. Is Marvel and Disney participating in cultural appropriation or exploitation with their upcoming film The Black Panther?Post Views: 66