And now for something completely different…Donovan plucks from his family tree and brings on Jon Thicklin to talk all things relevant in the lives and interests of black men today. That involves police brutality, Kanye West and who should and shouldn’t play Storm!
The guys are back to report in on the state of the world, discussing how innumerable aspects of modern life has irrevocably changed in the wake of the COVID-19 epidemic.
Donovan and Harrison throw themselves headfirst back into the topic of online sexuality, reassessing the front lines of future sex, interracial dating, personal sexuality and everything embarrassing in between!
The guys tackle race, gender and their own fears and confront their past!
It’s the conversation we all fear, whether subconsciously or in the every day. How do you tell someone that they’re being racist? Start off by acknowledging we all are. But never should that be the final word… To listen…click here! Music selection by Thundercat, “Drunk” and “3am” FURTHER READING: “Why Talk About Whiteness?” “What is … More How Do You Tell Someone That They’re Racist?
What makes us dream? Sets us on a path toward success or failure? Plants in us a belief or mania that we could become more than what we are? This episode will not answer such questions, but like all the others, it’s a start.
It’s another episode on race, as the Black guy and the Asian guy try to find the goalpost and determine how far the country has to go judging by how far we’ve come.
Josh Bertone is the guest for this week as he lends his personal experience into the discussion of police misconduct, brutality and reform. When faced with this potential inevitability, what should we do? What can we do?
Harry’s pal Cassandra guest stars in this episode, giving her perspectives on love, dating and consent. What’s the point of dating when nobody is match for you? Is it ever worth it? What pressures people into constantly dating?