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S2E2 Tyler Perry & Five Days of Mediocrity

S2E2 Tyler Perry & Five Days of Mediocrity

January 21, 2020

This week Tony is joined by his husband (Robert Christon-Walker), Antonio "Twane" Williams, and Terrell and Nancy Walker. We take a collective sigh and really examine Tyler Perry's new movie, "A Fall From Grace". We look at the editorial glitches, overall plot and development, and what could have been done to make a better product. This movie had lots of potential, but that's about it. 

S2E1 45’s War; What Happened to Cory Booker; and Even in Britain We’re Still N-words

S2E1 45’s War; What Happened to Cory Booker; and Even in Britain We’re Still N-words

January 14, 2020

This week Tony is joined by Antonio "TWANE" Williams, a good friend, and a recent transplant to Birmingham. The lead discussion is all about 45 and this stupid war he's trying to start. Then we dive into the real reason for the lack of Black people on the new Democratic Primary roster. Finally, we take you out with the Prince Harry and Meghan saga. Black people can't catch a break and neither can the whitest of white people who love us. 

S1E18 What’s Normal and What’s Not

S1E18 What’s Normal and What’s Not

November 25, 2019

This week we talk about things that are remarkable in our culture. Why would it not be ok to have an all-women Supreme Court when we've had all men for most of our existence. What's up with the lies that our elected officials are telling, and who should be our next President?

S1E17 Racial Trauma, Protesting and the Primaries

S1E17 Racial Trauma, Protesting and the Primaries

November 19, 2019

This week I am back with a new guest, Professor Martez Files from the University of Alabama at Birmingham. Martez is a Ph.D. candidate and we explore what racial trauma looks like for Black people in this country and the effects it has on the way we fight for our rights. We also spend a few minutes talking about the 3,000 people running in the Democratic Primaries.

S1E16 White People Talking About White Fragility

S1E16 White People Talking About White Fragility

October 6, 2019

This week my two favorite guests, Dr. Brynn Welch and Dr. Dave Barnhart. Jr., talk about White Fragility, Racism and other things that make white people uncomfortable. We also talk about the breaking news in the Amber Guyger case.

S1E15 Why Do White People Get Upset When You Call Out Racism?

S1E15 Why Do White People Get Upset When You Call Out Racism?

September 25, 2019

This week I speak with Dr. Brynn Welch about the visceral reaction white people have when you call out racism. Is racism still a problem? Can Black people also be racist? We end on why I refuse to go to another Hight School Reunion.

S1E14 Special Local Politics Edition w/ Latanya Millhouse

S1E14 Special Local Politics Edition w/ Latanya Millhouse

September 23, 2019

This week I have a special podcast with special guest Birmingham City Council Candidate, Latanya Millhouse. This episode is focusing on the upcoming elections and why Latanya wants to the representative of District 6.

S1E13 Preparing Black Boys for Life in a World that Fears Them

S1E13 Preparing Black Boys for Life in a World that Fears Them

August 25, 2019

I have Dr. Brynn Welch in the studio again and we're talking about raising black boys. Raising Black boys into men can be a difficult task. How do we prepare them for a world that hates them? How can we work on making all marginalized people whole? What lessons can be learned from the past?

S1E12 Joe Biden: Progressive Punching Bag

S1E12 Joe Biden: Progressive Punching Bag

August 11, 2019

This week I'm discussing the unusual and sometimes unfair portrayal of Vice-President Joe Biden in the liberal media. That's right, the liberal media. He makes a mistake and corrects it, and people lose their minds. What's behind this? Is it dangerous? When will we ever learn? Join Alabama Activist, Travis Jackson from Montgomery, AL, and me as we talk about this unusual phenomenon.

S1E11 Black Children in White Families

S1E11 Black Children in White Families

August 1, 2019

This week I talk with my friend, and co-parent (it's a long story), Dr. Brynn Welch. Brynn teaches philosophy at the University of Alabama at Birmingham. She is a single white woman, who wanted to adopt a child. The amount of racism she discovered that lives within the system is astonishing. Brynn is the mother of a beautiful little Black boy and the co-author of Bennie Goes Up! Up!

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