Joe Biden has been in office for one year, and his list of broken promises to the communities who helped elect him is only growing.
Senate Republican leader Mitch McConnell made a distinction between the Black American vote and the 'regular' American vote when commenting on blocked…
Ep. 561 - Why this Florida law making it illegal to make white people uncomfortable should concern all of usListen now (9 min) | When I first saw the AP headline that a brand new law legislating white comfort had passed several important hurdles in Florida, I…
Community Conversation: What Did or Did Not Surprise You About the Voting Rights Bill Being Blocked in the Senate?Yesterday (January 19, 2022), a voting rights bill designed to combat voter suppression was blocked in the United States Senate after weeks of c…
Ep. 560 - Why Joe Biden is to blame for yesterday's voting rights failureListen now (15 min) | First, don't you dare critique this episode without first actually listening to the podcast. Listen, then speak your mind freely…
Episode 5: The Life and (Hard) Times of Etheridge KnightListen now (13 min) | Donney talks about how the work of the late poet, Etheridge Knight inspired Black boys in Baton Rouge public schools to embrace…
The Louisiana Senate hopeful changed the game of political transparency within ‘37 Seconds.’
Churches in the Black community are more than just places of worship - they are pillars of the community. Now, these pillars are protected.
Ep. 559 - One key way we CANNOT respond to racism & bigotryListen now (16 min) | I actually think it is a natural human response to return ugliness to those who were ugly to you or someone you care about. It…
Ep. 558 - America is addicted to policing to solve EVERY problemListen now (14 min) | Last week a woman was pushed onto the train tracks and killed in New York. And immediately people began calling for more police as…
Carefully crafted video content is being spread by police departments across the country - the impact is huge.
Contributing writer Nicholas Mitchell examines how the national debate on cancel culture ignores its roots