#87: Marquise Richards: This American Negro Redefined
Time To Talk With Alex Holmes
"It is certain, in any case, that ignorance, allied with power, is the most ferocious enemy justice can have." - James BaldwinMarquise Davon is a force. He is the host of This American Negro Podcast, which aims to bridge the gap between academia and the hood, and is also a co-host of Dear RDG. Today, we speak about Black leadership, differences and similarities of the Black experience the UK and USA. Have a listen!Books: "Ruined (play)" by Lynn Nottage Get books here: https://www.amazon.co.uk/shop/alexreadsWebsite: alexreads.co.ukFind the episodes on YouTube at 'Alex Reads' Instagram: @alexreadsEmail: email@example.comMusic: Harlan BlueEdited: Omar AlleyneVideo: Ehsan SaeedExecutive Produced: Alex 'Reads' Holmes --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/timetotalkwithalexholmes/message
☎️ This week, despite #rona , I caught up with Educator Sterling Grimes & Podcaster Marquise Richards. We hash out the pros and the cons of 😷 #socialdistancing. With the three of us, you never know which way it can go. #HUNGUp. . .Thank you the guest @sterlyg & @marguisedevon. Follow and support these Brothers!. . .Check out Marquise’s podcast This American Negro & Dear RDG. . .IG, Facebook, & Twitter: @HUNGUpPodEmail: HUNGUpPod@gmail.comPhone: 484-578-9992Host: Eric @EDanteCole on Instagram. . .#soundcloud #applepodcasts #spotify #stitcher #iheartradio #hunguppod #blackboyjoy #podsincolor #Philly #blackpodcast #podernfamily #phillypodcast #HUNGUpFam #HUPod #HUNGUpPodcast #PodsbyQPOC #HUNGUp #community
Marquise Richards joins Chris Kissinger and Tyler Washington on this episode of the Alternative Blacks podcast to discuss performative BlacknessAs always we would like to begin by thanking our main sponsor, Oakbrook Brewing.Marquise Richards is a Black male educator, pubic speaker, social media & content strategist, host of the DearRDG podcast and host of the podcast, This American Negro. Marquise was also raised in Reading but now lives in Philadelphia. InstagramTwitter On this episode we cracked open Elder Pine Brewing's Treemeister.Smooth & resinous. Huge notes of peach, passionfruit and pine sap.Elder Pine is the embodiment of their creative spirit. It is their passionate pursuit of better beer. Built on their family farm, they brew, and they blend, focusing on classic styles with a modern twist. They are committed to quality and excellence and pay homage to the pioneers before them by honoring purity in their ingredients and integrity in their methods. Their beer is ever evolving but rooted in tradition and their community. Who are they? George, Paul, David, and Andrew. Two brewers and two brothers. Friends and family. Musicians, artists, engineers, and chemists. But most importantly, beer lovers. Join them on their journey. Thank you to all of those who support us through Patreon! If you do not already click here! We also would like to thank all of those who have supported us so far with our Kickstarter campaign, The Alternative Blacks go to Fresh Fest Beer Fest. To help us on our journey click here! Until next time, peace!--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/appSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/alternative-blacks/support
To Be Young & Unapologetically Black in RDG: A Conversation with Marquise Richards, Part 2
RDG Soul Speak
To be unapologetically Black is one thing, but to offer solutions on how to navigate this space is another. We're talkin' about this and more - redefining success and quitting his day job - on this two-part episode featuring Dear Reading podcast host and community activist, Marquise Richards.
To Be Young & Unapologetically Black in RDG: A Conversation with Marquise Richards, Part 1
RDG Soul Speak
On this episode I sit down with the always insightful and unapologetically Black, Marquise Richards. We're talkin' about Blackness and what it means to be unapologetically Black in Reading, PA. Tune in!
This week I’m joined by the amazing Marquise Richards from the Dear Reading podcast. Although this is our first conversation off of social media, it felt like we’ve known each other for years. In this episode, Marquise and I talk social media and the effects of it on our current society. If you liked this episode and the others, please be sure to review and rate if you’re listening on Apple Podcasts! It helps The Wonder of Ivy Podcast grow! Follow Dear Reading Podcast: https://twitter.com/DearRDG https://soundcloud.com/dearreading https://www.instagram.com/dearreading/ https://www.facebook.com/DearReading/ Follow Marquise: https://www.instagram.com/marquisedavon/ https://twitter.com/MarquiseDavon Follow me: thewonderofivy.com https://www.instagram.com/thewonderofivy/ https://www.facebook.com/Thewonderofivy https://twitter.com/thewonderofivy Recorded by Lisa De La Cruz, using Snowball iCE Microphone. Edited using Audacity, www.audacityteam.org/ Music: Carefree Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Lazy Break SliceXbeats (looperman.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/