#5 - Sunny Slaughter Saves the World

I invited activist Sunny Slaughter over to talk about human trafficking and we ended up chatting about guns, why black people don't tip, relationships, but MOSTLY about the differences between men and women.

 

Music:

Jamie Rochelle - Crazy (acapella cover)

Jay-Z ft Foxy Brown - Sunshine

Lupe Fiasco - Sunshine

Common ft Jill Scott - 8 minutes till Sunrise

Gnarles Barkley - Crazy (stripped down performance)

Books:

Sex at Dawn 

How We Mate, Why We Stray, and What It Means for Modern Relationships

by 

Christopher Ryan

 

Direct download: Sunny_Slaughter2.mp3
Category:African American -- posted at: 4:13am CST
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#4 - Religion, Wrecks and Drum Majors

This podcast might change your life!!!

I sit down with one of my closest and most interesting friends - Lionel Means Jr. on my way to the Presidential inauguration and what follows is an in-depth conversation about organized religion, life, Martin Luther King - and the nature of God, people and faith.

 

Direct download: ReligionWrecks.mp3
Category:African American -- posted at: 1:02am CST
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Where does inspiration come from?

Why can't Black people swim?

How can a meteorologist be oblivious to a hurricane?

Are Biggie and Tupac part of Black History?

Should you pray before sex?

These are only PART of the littany of subjects comedian, author and spoken word artist Brandan "Bstuc" Stuckey tackes on this week's episode as we explore sports, politics, poetry and everything in between in this free-flowing wandering conversation that offers laughs, revelations and a unique insight into the minds of two poet/authors/microphone fiends just sitting around my house kicking it.

Episode Music:

Nice & Smooth - Sometimes I Rhyme Slow

John Coltrane - Spiritual

Too Short - I Been Watching You

Thelonous Monk - 'Round About Midnight

Eric B & Rakim - Microphone Fiend

Fugees - How Many Mics

 

Direct download: Microphone_Fiends.mp3
Category:African American -- posted at: 12:22am CST
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What happens if you take "The Coldest Winter Ever" multiply it by 1000 and add in a true story?

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I sat down with Author Toni Shealey to talk about her book "Lost and Turned Out." What followed was one of the most riveting conversations you'll ever hear. We speak about sexual abuse, the con game, jail, generational curses and discovering yourself. It was an honest, uplifting and sometimes funny dialogue I hope you will enjoy.

Music included on this episode:

"Bag Lady" - Erykah Badu

"Jezebel" by Sade

"Olivia (Lost and Turned Out)" by The Whispers

"Survivor" - Destiny's child (Sonny Sinay Cover)

Direct download: lostfinal.mp3
Category:African American -- posted at: 4:55pm CST
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