Rome, Fu, and Gee attempt to define the popular terms that dominate Black Twitter, “woke” and “hotep”. What does it mean to be woke or hotep, and who fits these descriptions?
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During this episode, the U Panic’d crew discussed Pan-Africanism with our guest Vee, cultural anthropologist in Africana studies. Can Pan-Africanism unite Black people? Or is Pan-Africanism divisive? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below.
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1 year ago
Reparations & the ADOS Movement Pt1
6 months ago, we were visited by Dre, our go-to-Black Conservative to discuss reparations and the ADOS Movement.
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1 year ago
How Blind Is Lady Justice Pt. 2 We continued our discussion with Assistant District Attorney Dispo (check out part 1). On this episode we discussed solutions that can better improve police relations with the Black community. We also discussed unpopular tactics by some on how to interact with police officers to minimize police mistreatment. Rome and Sheens took issue with Gee’s views on how some Black people interact emotionally with police. What are your thoughts?
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