On This Episode, The R.A.P. Sits Down With The Founder Of "Garden State Hip Hop" Rodney Coursey To Discuss His Upcoming Collaboration With Alpha Code Called "Bless The Mic" That Is Taking Place On 3/7/2021, Alpha Code Fashion Line, Finding His Space In The Music Industry And Much More. Thanks For Listening. New Episodes Available Every Week On All Major Streaming Platforms @theregularazzpodcastwww.instagram.com/theregularazzpodwww.instagram.com/gardenstatehiphopwww.instagram.com/alphacodewww.instagram.com/shoreganixwww.facebook.com/theregularazzpodcastwww.facebook.com/gardenstatehiphopwww.twitter.com/theregazzpodwww.shoreganix.com Promo Code: THEREGULARAZZPODCAST for 10% OFFwww.email@example.com
Rodney Coursey is an integral part of an authentic and intentional music industry. He is the Founder of Garden State Hip-Hop, a company which specializes in music publicity, blogging, event promotions, media training and consulting. For over 10 years, Rodney’s passion for the genre has sprouted a number of projects, collaborations and events. His desire to empower artists and create trust is the reason for his success. You may learn more about Garden State Hip-Hop at gardenstatehiphop.com. Making It Here and There is an interview series focusing on ways in which individuals are using communication- across borders and across cultures- to achieve understanding, learning and overall consciousness of the world around us. These individuals’ works will be highlighted as part of the series. If you are interested in being interviewed for Making It Here and There, please send me an email at mihatpodcast*@*gmail.com (remove the *'s). If you are enjoying what you hear, like it, share it, post a comment and subscribe! Thank you and enjoy! #makingithereandthere #mihatpodcast MUSIC: Michael Ramir BLOG: http://allisoniurato.blogspot.com INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/allisoniurato/ TWITTER: https://twitter.com/allison_iurato LINKTREE: https://linktr.ee/allisoniurato
EP 65: Race In America and the BLM Movement With Rodney Coursey
Postmodern Patriot Podcast
On this week’s episode I’m fortunate to bring on one of my best friends who was extremely active in the BLM movement in New Jersey. This is Rodney Coursey’s third appearance on this show. Yet this discussion between Rodney and myself takes a completely different tone. The discussion of Race and Ethnicity in America is NEVER, an easy one. Yet our nation has come extremely far in our ability to talk about these things, point out where we were wrong, and where we have made great strides forward. I’ve known Rodney since we were both 12 years old. He knows more about me than most human beings on this earth. I am truly happy that he and I were able to have this conversation and set an example for Americans to understand that these conversations need not be emotionally charged. As Rodney said at the end of the episode, we both learned a lot in this discussion. We both grew from it. I hope that you enjoy this episode. I hope it pushes you outside of your comfort zone. I hope it gets you to have some discussions with people you don’t normally have, whether they are about race or not. Links Rodney Asked to Share Legislationhttps://www.congress.gov/bill/116th-congress/house-bill/40https://www.congress.gov/bill/116th-congress/house-bill/7120/texthttps://www.congress.gov/bill/116th-congress/senate-bill/4263Protest Related Informationhttps://www.newarknj.gov/news/mayor-baraka-activist-larry-hamm-join-forces-again-in-orderly-protest-against-police-brutalityhttps://www.papermag.com/poster-boy-op-ed-2646169175.html?rebelltitem=12#rebelltitem12https://www.app.com/videos/news/local/2020/06/08/brick-protest-im-here-because-ive-had-enough/5322200002/https://www.app.com/story/news/local/communitychange/2020/06/03/george-floyd-asbury-park-rally-peaceful-end-night-not/3123071001/https://www.cbsnews.com/news/march-on-washington-dc-mlk-racial-equality-watch-live-stream-today-2020-08-28/https://www.cnn.com/2015/10/10/us/million-man-march/index.htmlhttps://kim.house.gov/Additional Informationhttps://www.nationalgeographic.org/encyclopedia/black-codes-and-jim-crow-laws/https://www.npr.org/2017/05/03/526655831/a-forgotten-history-of-how-the-u-s-government-segregated-americahttps://www.forbes.com/sites/jeffkauflin/2020/06/25/five-big-ideas-to-narrow-the-racial-wealth-gap/#27e8e3ec51achttps://www.politico.com/magazine/story/2019/10/27/slavery-reparations-holocaust-restitution-negotiations-229881https://www.aclu.org/news/racial-justice/h-r-40-is-not-a-symbolic-act-its-a-path-to-restorative-justice/https://www.nbcnews.com/specials/american-dream-while-black-homeownership/https://www.cnn.com/videos/us/2020/09/02/united-shades-of-america-reparations-clip-2.cnnhttps://ados101.com/about-adoshttps://socialequity.duke.edu/wp-content/uploads/2019/10/what-we-get-wrong.pdfBook Recommendationhttps://www.penguinrandomhouse.com/books/173317/1001-things-everyone-should-know-about-african-american-history-by-jeffrey-c-stewart/Additional Links From Today’s Show Ahmad Arbery George Floyd20th Anniversary of The Million Man March Louis Farrakhan Jill Lepore’s Book 40 Acres and a Mule Jewish WWII Reparations Japanese Internment Camp ReparationsH.R 40 Bill Definition Talking With Strangers by Gladwell The Kansas City Experiment Jacob Blake Haditha Killings David and Goliath George Raveling George Raveling’s 1st and 2nd Interview on the Tim Ferris Show Stanford Prison ExperimentRodney’s Instagram Garden State Hip Hop Think our Podcast is Awesome!! Subscribe below. I-TunesAndroidCheck out some of our other posts and episodes.TT8: Gunz In America Are you Tough Enough ? TT7: Forging a Fitness Philosophy Podcasting Lessons Learned: a Strategic Guide for Beginners. EP 79: Semper Stronger With Rebecca Rouse Join Our Email List Join my email list Give us your email address and we will add you to the list of fans and people we send special give aways, discount codes, and first looks at the content we release. We promise not to spam your inbox and you can unsubscribe at any time. Processing… Success! You're on the list. Whoops! There was an error and we couldn't process your subscription. Please reload the page and try again.
These Are Our Stories: Part Two with Rodney Coursey
A Side B Side Podcast
The Media doesn't convey stories that aren't something that can easily be sensationalized. Unless the story has cussin, crying, or crime, it usually won't be heard or seen. That is what this mini-series is about. These are our stories. Before the interview, Ramsey tells a story when he caught a flat tire on the Garden State Parkway. Sitting on the side of the road around midnight he reads a chilling article about Maurice Gordon, an unarmed black man who was killed by state police on the Garden State Parkway just two days before the murder of George Floyd. Part two features Rodney Coursey. He describes his protest experience in Long Branch and Asbury Park with great detail. He's explains how he's more emotionally charged now more than ever before with a "If not me, then who?" attitude. He and Ramsey also talk about the youth's involvement and why local politics are important. I Need You To Feel This.--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/appSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/asidebsidepodcast/support
Episode 5: Rodney Coursey On Mentorship and Finding Your Purpose.
Postmodern Patriot Podcast
In Today’s episode Rodney and I discuss important mentors in our lives and the things they did to help us become the men we are today. Rodney talks about the limiting beliefs he once held about himself and how he has developed the ability to believe in himself. Rodney discusses race, and the issues he faces with promoting hip hop talent through his company Garden State Hip Hop. We cover a lot on this episode that you won’t want to miss.The Two Books Rodney Mentioned in today’s episode: The Autobiography of Malcom XBright Lights Big City by Jay Macinerney The Documentary Rodney mentioned in today’s episode:Hip Hop Evolution– available on NetflixLearn More About Rodney and Garden State Hip HopRodney was recently featured in a billboard article that you can read here.Rodney’s featured Cypher at the house of independents. Rodney’s contributions to the NJ hip hop talent scene are available In The Asbury Park Press Again in the Asbury Park PressOn NJ.comCheck out our latest posts and episodesTT8: Gunz In America Are you Tough Enough ? TT7: Forging a Fitness Philosophy Podcasting Lessons Learned: a Strategic Guide for Beginners. EP 79: Semper Stronger With Rebecca Rouse Subscribe to Our PodcastI-TunesAndroid Join my email list Give us your email address and we will add you to the list of fans and people we send special give aways, discount codes, and first looks at the content we release. We promise not to spam your inbox and you can unsubscribe at any time. Processing… Success! You're on the list. Whoops! There was an error and we couldn't process your subscription. Please reload the page and try again.
Rodney Coursey of Garden State Hip Hop dropped in on this week's edition of A-Side B-Side. Before the interview we have a small recap and backstage interviews with Joe College, Qdotdavis, &Drew, and Party Michael during their sold out Joe College & Friends show organized by today's guest. We talked about breaking down barriers in the local music scene, the evolution of the genre, and more. Press play below. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/asidebsidepodcast/support