Recorded in January 2021SNT speaks candidly with Emmy award-winning journalist, podcaster, culture critic and sports-reporting trailblazer, Jemele Hill. From the digital potency of today’s white supremacy mobilization to our unification through sports, to eulogies and 3-inch killer heels, these two dissect methods of inspiration and leverage via the voice of black women. #HelloSomebody Links: Jemele Hill is Unbothered podcast on Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/1SXD1U55jqbK9HHoPvdbsw The Atlantic https://www.theatlantic.com/author/jemele-hill/ WNBA protests + Maya Moore, Minnesota Lynx: https://www.sbnation.com/2017/9/24/16357206/national-anthem-protest-wnba-history-donald-trump Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
After 5 college internships and 20 years of sports reporting in Raleigh, Detroit and Orlando, Jemele Hill decided to give up her dream job as a SportsCenter anchor to start her own network. Why? Her goal is to elevate the voices of Black women, and she's trailblazing a future she would've never thought possible from the beginning.When she took her first job as a columnist in Orlando, she was the only Black female sports columnist in North America.Today, Jemele's a contributing writer for the Atlantic, covering mostly American politics. She hosts a weekly show with Cari Champion on VICE TV, another show with Van Lathan at the Ringer, and her bi-weekly podcast called "Jemele Hill is Unbothered" – spanning sports, politics and culture.With her millions of followers and wall-to-wall opportunities covering politics and pop culture, she's often asked by her colleagues why she continues to cover sports. She told me “Sports is the one thing in this country that brings us together.”I met Jemele several years ago after she reported on a Native American team in South Dakota that faced racial slurs and were expelled from the league they played in. She uncovered those truths behind the incidents. After I reached out, she connected me with one of her interviewees, Angelo Ruiz from the 7 Flames lacrosse team, and I've been closely following her career ever since.Among many topics, Jemele and I discuss her career, the rise and threat of uncredible news across social media, her biggest stories throughout the 2020 election, a learning moment with Kobe Bryant, and the best ways athletes and sports leagues can continue to advocate in the national spotlight and throughout their local communities.
On this episode of South Beach Sessions, Dan talks to Jemele Hill and Michael Smith about their departure from SC6 and the aftermath of Jemele's tweet about Donald Trump, their relationship as people, and how media and sports media has changed in the aftermath of what happened to them.Check out Michael's show Brother From Another on Peacock and the Jemele Hill is Unbothered podcast. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
On this episode of South Beach Sessions, Dan talks to Jemele Hill and Michael Smith about their departure from SC6 and the aftermath of Jemele's tweet about Donald Trump, their relationship as people, and how media and sports media has changed in the aftermath of what happened to them.Check out Michael's show Brother From Another on Peacock and the Jemele Hill is Unbothered podcast.
Who knew the Kentucky Derby VIP section could be a source of consternation? We learn just how, as Jemele Hill (The Atlantic, Jemele Hill is Unbothered) tells us the story of her positive meeting with country star Travis Tritt over mint juleps and how it didn't seem to matter to him later on, as he blocked Jemele for having opposing political views (we think). Speaking of politics, this episode doesn't shy away, as we get into what the mentions of someone with 1.3 million followers looks like, how Trump's divisiveness has affected social media, and how the goalposts for how a President should act are constantly shifting. But hey, we're the Blocked Boys and we also find time for silly stuff like Doritos, 2009 Twitter, old class photos, and we dig into Vancouver's Da Vinky Twins. If you want to dig into some more Vancouver content, you can do so by donating to Vancouver's own at http://patreon.com/blockedparty, where $5/month gets you access to THREE bonus episodes every month. This month was a doozy as we released the second edition of BP D&D with Jamie Loftus and Branson Reese, we did another all-Cameo bonus episode with Taylor Lorenz, and a great mailbag with Lydia Burrell. Plus, we've got our Centennial Celebration coming up next month with tons of sweet bonus goodies coming your way, so don't delay! You'll also get access to our entire back catalogue and our super sweet Discord server, one of the best deals in podcasting, baby! Jemele Hill is a writer and TV personality who currently contributes to The Atlantic and hosts a Spotify-exclusive podcast, "Jemele Hill is Unbothered". Her new show, "Cari & Jemele Stick To Sports" is now airing on VICE TV on Wednesdays at 10 pm, and she can be followed on Twitter at @JemeleHill.
This week's episode of Questlove Supreme continues with the game changing Jemele Hill. In part 2 we dive into some of Jemele's favorite things, from Detroit to MJ and why local politics matter, to her top 5 albums of all time. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
Ladies and gentlemen this long awaited episation (you'll get it after listening to the first 5 minutes) dives into the world of our favorite sports journalist and good troublemaker, Jemele Hill. In the true tradition of Questlove Supreme we not only take you through her life journey, we also fall into some pretty cool rabbit holes (The Bad Boys trilogy and Below Deck !?!?!?). Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
Episode 266: Established Long Time Personal Friend (Feat. Jemele Hill and Cari Champion)
Angela Yee's Lip Service
Sports broadcasters Jemele Hill and Cari Champion promote their new show “Stick to Sports,” which airs every Wednesday at 10pm ET on VICE. The ladies discuss a range of topics including misogyny within the sports community, the percentage of faithful athletes, their past issues at ESPN, and much more. Cari Champion even confesses she’s never watched porn before. Enjoy! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Samantha Bee talks to sports journalist and fellow podcast host Jemele Hill about how they've both been called out by Donald Trump, what to do when you can't stop waking up at 4:30 in the morning, and if The Rock should run for president (spoiler alert: she thinks he should). Two women talking about sports? Bring on the trolls!
Jemele Hill on 'Stick to Sports' and the Colin Kaepernick Docuseries
Winging It With Vince Carter
Vince and Annie are joined by Jemele Hill to discuss her new show 'Stick to Sports' with Cari Champion (13:20), her involvement with ESPN’s Colin Kaepernick docuseries (24:10), and paying college athletes (43:00).Hosts: Vince Carter & Annie Finberg Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices