I didn’t want to start Season 3 until May because I knew that I’d need to get ahead on some pieces now that I have two pretty… Read more “She Thought It Was a… Taser?”
“The original ‘black lives matter’ was that the slaves’ lives mattered.” — Judge James Wynn, Jr. I tweeted this quote from Berean Baptist Church of Raleigh’s 2015… Read more “The Original Black Lives Matter”
A couple weeks ago, I released an episode called “All Emotion,” discussing the shooting of a close friend of mine who also happens to be a law enforcement officer. Today, I had the opportunity to sit down with him and talk about life in general, as well as his experience and how we, as a community, can move forward to create a safer Durham.
On this episode, George and I discuss building Black wealth, being a springboard for your children as they mature, the privilege of serving communities that have been financially ravished by America, and some exciting new projects he has coming out over the next few months.
You don’t have many options and, if you identify as a conservative, you have to pick one… So, which type of conservative are you?
The need to live these curated lifestyles end up crippling our ability to be our true selves. In this short episode, I quickly address this problem, setting up conversations in episodes to come.
n 2020, Black people have accounted for 52.8% of new gun purchases. In this episode, I unpack reasons why it makes sense for Black gun ownership to increase in the United States, especially at this point in time.
Time is the one thing that you cannot buy back. Time gets you memories. It gets you success. It gives you the ability to relax and recharge. Take time for yourself whenever you need to. No one else will do it for you.
This episode ties closely into last episode but points out why, even though classism is the truest war, we still must combat racism if we want to be free. Check out the following excerpt for some context before jumping into this, my final episode of the first season.
“I’m happy Donald Trump became the president because you’ve got to destroy before you elevate.” — Rick Ross