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Ep 4: Black Consciousness

On today's episode we cover black consciousness. The good. The bad. The ugly.


19 Nov 2018

Rank #1

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Ep 3: Is That A Wall I See?

Today we talk about the Middleton crisis where teachers decided to dress up for Halloween.


13 Nov 2018

Rank #2

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Ep 5; Race Vs. Prejudice (Part I)

Today we discuss Racism vs. Prejudice and the tensions surrounding this topic featuring the one and only, Micah Fair.

1hr 8mins

27 Nov 2018

Rank #3

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S2 Ep 34: Fight the Good Fight of Anti-Racism (Corey Gaston)

We back!!! Listen to our conversation with our good friend, Corey!


6 Aug 2019

Rank #4

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Ep 15: Whataboutism

Cedric and Sanchez dive into the stereotypical "whataboutism" that are often used when having a conversation about racism.

1hr 1min

29 Jan 2019

Rank #5

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S2 Ep. 28: Black Trauma Porn Exhaustion

Today we talk about our exhaustion from all of the traumatic videos that have been released over the last few years.


13 May 2019

Rank #6

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S3 Ep. 45: White & Black Millennialism

Sanchez and Cedric addresses the tensions between White and Black millennials.


12 Feb 2020

Rank #7

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Ep: 16- Just Say I'm Sorry

Sometimes it seems the world just hands us things to discuss on a platter. This week Sanchez and Cedric discuss the hilarity of the Virginia Governors ever changing story and apology surrounding his med school yearbook photo. From there they juxtapose it with Liam Nesson’s confession, the response to it, and last but not least with the Kevin Hart saga.


6 Feb 2019

Rank #8

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S2 Ep 26: Black Lives Matter

Today's podcast is pretty chilled but we address the #blacklivesmatter movement.


29 Apr 2019

Rank #9

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S2 Ep 17: What Does Forgiveness Really Mean?

On today's episode we talk about our personal thoughts concerning forgiveness in the context of racism and relationships.

1hr 6mins

11 Feb 2019

Rank #10

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S2 Ep: 23 Colorism and Ish

Today we talk about colorism and the historical implications that have impacted our society today.


1 Apr 2019

Rank #11

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S2 Ep 40: What's Going On With Gospel Music?

On today's podcast, Sanchez sits down with singer/songwriter Dee Wilson.


21 Oct 2019

Rank #12

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S2 Ep: 24 Anti Racism Pt. 1 (Jen Kinney)

Join us in our conversation with good friend Jen Kinney.


8 Apr 2019

Rank #13

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S2 Ep 35: The Biblical Myth Of Slavery & The Family

Let's get real about slavery, Christianity, and the new documentary The Family!


20 Aug 2019

Rank #14

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S2 Ep 18: What You Mean GreenBook is the Best Movie?

This week's podcast focuses on the movie Green Book. There has been quite a stir about this movie getting an Oscar for Best Film. Oh, we have our thoughts!!


26 Feb 2019

Rank #15

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S2 Ep 27: Police Brutality And Education (David Roberts)

Check out our conversation with good friend David Roberts.

1hr 4mins

7 May 2019

Rank #16

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S2 Ep 19: A Conversation On Race (Art Hooker)

On this weeks episode, we interview Art Hooker about his journey through life in white spaces and his thoughts on racism.

1hr 6mins

5 Mar 2019

Rank #17

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S2 Ep 36: I Was Just Walking My Dog

Let's catch up..... I was just trying to walk my dog but there seems to be something in the air.


27 Sep 2019

Rank #18

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Ep 11: What Do You Want to Do?”

We’re fired up this last episode of 2018. We talk about the New Jersey high school wrestling team who stood by as their black team member was humiliated by racist referee demanding he cut his hair or be disqualified. Cedric shares incidences of him being put in a similar situation, and how white people need to step in in those moments.

1hr 2mins

31 Dec 2018

Rank #19

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S2 Ep 37: Let's talk Dallas!!!

Brandt Jean offered a gesture of forgiveness to Amber Guyger who was found guilty of murdering his brother. While some have celebrated it as an amazing display of forgiveness, others have warned against using it as a way of expecting forgiveness from black and brown folks for the persistence of racial inequality and injustice. Cedric goes solo and shares some observations around this moment and the reactions to it.


4 Oct 2019

Rank #20