U Panic’d Podcast

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EPISODE 59: Identity Politics

Fresh off Episode 58, the group talks about the Purpose of Identity Politics.

Closing Track by: Gary Soulz, Purpose (Prod. by Flexxington Don)

Episode 58: Platanos At The Barbeque

The group discusses Hispanics in the Black community.

Closing Track by: Joseph James, Life’s a Risk

EPISODE 57: Cooperating With Law Enforcement

The crew brings back the Intern and Walk to discuss the intricacies of Cooperating with Law Enforcement.. AKA Snitching.

Closing Track by: Lockydangr – Walk-home

EPISODE 56: Pan-Africanism

Cultural Anthropologist in Africana Studies, VEE, joins the group to discuss what Pan-Africanism is, and what it means to the African Diaspora.

Closing Track by: Manqonqo ft Dason & Saviour Gee, Eyadini

EPISODE 55: Revolt Summit and the Black Vote

The discussion picks up from last week, but this time roping in the Revolt Summit and the black vote.

Closing Track by: Biz20, Spaceage

EPISODE 54: Housing, Education, & Gun Violence

In this episode the team discusses strategies to tackle the three main issues hurting their community.

Closing Track by: EimaraL Sol – Y

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List of Candidates for this weeks Boston Election

EPISODE 53: Child Support

The discussion surrounds rather or not the pressures that come with Child Support are too much or earned.

Closing Track by: Boogie, Baby Mother

EPISODE 52: Reparations & #ADOS Movement(Part 2)

We pick right up from last weeks discussion on Reparations and the ADOS Movement, with our special guest Dre.

Closing Track by: Chaynler Joie, These Are the Days

EPISODE 51: Reparations & #ADOS Movement

The crew picks right up with special guest Dre and jumps into the American Descendants of Slavery discussion, and debate the need for Reparations.

Closing Track by: CYANCA – New Phone, Who Dis?

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