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Class is in session. Hosts discuss Historically Black Colleges and Universities while spotlighting alumni through news, colorful commentary, and interviews. Listen to conversations on “hot button” HBCU topics and meet HBCU graduates making a mark in a variety of industries. The assignment is to make you think, laugh, respect and appreciate HBCUs!
 
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This week Gerald Hector welcomes to his 50th episode of It's Easy Son, Dr. Samantha Madhosingh. Psychologist, author, motivational speaker, executive coach, mother and friend. She shares her journey from her early years living in the UK, to Jamaica, to the USA and what those moves taught her about her family and herself. Always the inspiration, she…
 
This week Gerald Hector welcomes to the podcast, academician, scholar, philanthropist, lecturer and orthodontist, Dr. Nigel Knight. He is a several times graduate of the prestigious Howard University, where his academic pursuits resulted in his name listed along hallways of the dental school. His list of clients with "beautiful smiles" is extensive…
 
This week Gerald welcomes to the podcast Dr. Brian Johnson, the president of Warner Pacific University. In addition to being his former colleague at Johnson C. Smith University in Charlotte, North Carolina, Dr. Johnson is also a past president of the historic Tuskegee University, Assistant Provost at Austin Peay State University and has held other …
 
This week on It's Easy Son, Gerald welcomes to the podcast Dr. Kelli Rainey. A former colleague at Johnson C. Smith University, she shares her journey from childhood through her current role as Senior Director at @Anthology (formerly Campus Labs). Listen in as she highlights various intersections of her passion, drive and execution that saw her met…
 
This week Gerald Hector welcomes to "It's Easy Son" his former colleague at Ithaca College and currently the Chief Human Resource Officer for the University of Tennessee System, Mr. Brian K. Dickens.The consummate professional, advisor, counselor, career coach and mentor, he stops by to share his journey from his early years to the huge role and re…
 
This week Gerald Hector welcomes to Its Easy Son, Mr. Keith W. McIntosh. He is the vice president for Information Services and chief information officer (CIO) at the University of Richmond where he has served since August 2016. Prior to joining the University of Richmond, Keith was the CIO at Ithaca College, CIO at Pima County Community College Dis…
 
"This week Gerald Hector welcomes to It's Easy Son, Mrs. Patrice J. White. A health, fitness and life coach who has a unique gift to use her expertise to influence and change lives. Listen in to hear another story of determination, sacrifice and drive, as she shares her journey from childhood to where she sits now poised to make a global impact in …
 
On the final episode of the Rhoden Fellows Podcast hosted by Jonathan Scott, this year’s class of fellows all weigh in on the Atlanta Dream’s first all-black, all-female newly announced broadcast team featuring LaChina Robinson, Angel Gray, Autumn Johnson, and Tabitha Turner. The fellows also react to the recent news of former NFL QB Tim Tebow retu…
 
"This week Gerald Hector welcomes to the "It's Easy Son" podcast Dr. Kevin McDonald. He is the Vice President for Diversity, Equity, Inclusion and Community Partnerships at the University of Virginia. He is one of the nation's top DEI professional in the higher education space and has formed amazing relationships with some of the nation's most well…
 
This week, host Gerald Hector welcomes to the "It's Easy Son" podcast Mrs. Linda Lockman-Brooks. She is president of Lockman-Brooks Marketing Services, LLC. Her firm provides strategic marketing and communications consulting services as well as executive development services.A civic leader, passionate about inclusion and access at every level, Lind…
 
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This week on the Rhoden Fellows Podcast, Marissa Stubbs, Jayla Jones, and Ashton Edmunds discuss the 2021 NFL Draft, which HBCU players are most exciting in this year's draft class, the NIL (Name, Image and Likeness) Bill for college athletes, and Travis Scott providing more scholarships for HBCUs. The Fellows also discuss 2021 HBCU graduations and…
 
It's Book Release Week! This week, Christy interviews contributing authors in The HBCU Experience: The HBCU Band Alumni Edition. This book is the first-ever compilation of stories from HBCU Band alumni and will be released on Tuesday, April 27 on Amazon. Guest: Contributing Author Taylor Whitehead저자 Dr. Christy Walker
 
It's Book Release Week! This week, Christy interviews contributing authors in The HBCU Experience: The HBCU Band Alumni Edition. This book is the first-ever compilation of stories from HBCU Band alumni and will be released on Tuesday, April 27 on Amazon. Guest: Contributing Author Rashad Watters저자 Dr. Christy Walker
 
On this week's episode of It's Easy Son, host Gerald Hector welcomes Dr. A. Zachary Faison, Jr. He is the President of the historic Edward Waters College in Jacksonville, FL. A young, energetic and visionary leader, listen in as he shares a detail journey of his early years and all the moves he has made to make him one of the youngest president of …
 
It's Book Release Week! This week, Christy interviews contributing authors in The HBCU Experience: The HBCU Band Alumni Edition. This book is the first-ever compilation of stories from HBCU Band alumni and will be released on Tuesday, April 27 on Amazon. Guest: Contributing Author Chevis Anderson저자 Dr. Christy Walker
 
It's Book Release Week! This week, Christy interviews contributing authors in The HBCU Experience: The HBCU Band Alumni Edition. This book is the first-ever compilation of stories from HBCU Band alumni and will be released on Tuesday, April 27 on Amazon. Guest: Contributing Author Chase Arrington저자 Dr. Christy Walker
 
It's Book Release Week! This week, Christy interviews contributing authors in The HBCU Experience: The HBCU Band Alumni Edition. This book is the first-ever compilation of stories from HBCU Band alumni and will be released on Tuesday, April 27 on Amazon. Guest: Contributing Author Charles Conner저자 Dr. Christy Walker
 
SURPRISE! WE'RE BACK! And we wrote a book! The HBCU Experience: HBCU Band Alumni Edition includes 36 HBCU marching band alumni who share their stories. We're dropping interviews with some of the authors this week. Hear all about it! The HBCU Experience: HBCU Band Alumni Edition goes for sale on Tuesday, April 27, 2021 on Amazon.…
 
This week on the Rhoden Fellow podcast, Alex, Jonathan, and Parker welcome the founder of Girls Talk Sports TV, Khristina Williams. They discuss the perception of women's basketball, address the recent shooting of Daunte Wright in Minnesota and discuss what it means for Eddie George to become the new head football coach at Tennessee State.…
 
Warren Thompson, president and chairman of Thompson Hospitality Corporation. Serving more than 65 Fortune 100 companies, large universities and hospitals, Thompson Hospitality Corporation is the largest minority-owned food service and facilities management company in the United States. Thompson has been recognized for his success in business and co…
 
"As we continue with the celebration of Women's Month, Gerald Hector welcomes to the podcast Dr. Kijana Nix. Listen in as she shares her journey growing up in Jamaica, transitioning to the United States and excelling in the field of pediatric medicine.What is impressive is her journey of academic excellence, highlighted by her love for serving othe…
 
Stephanie Sanders never thought that she would participate in a marching band, much less become a HBCU band celebrity (she really is!). Stephanie is a multi-hyphenate: an associate director/music professor/jazz band director/classical musician/jazz artist. Find out her story, and how she does it all! Guest – Stephanie Sanders…
 
This week, Gerald Hector welcomes to It's Easy Son, Mr. Wolde Harris. A soccer standout from his days in Jamaica at the primary/preparatory and secondary school levels, to his amazing college soccer exploits at Clemson University, and on to his professional career playing professional soccer for several MLS teams, and representing Jamaica at each a…
 
This week on the Rhoden Fellows podcast, Parker, Marissa and Jayla welcome senior entertainment writer for The Undefeated, Kelley Carter, as the four do a deep dive into her journey within the entertainment field and go over this year’s Oscar nominations. The Fellows also discuss notable Black coaches in the NCAA Tournament, HBCU attention and Park…
 
This week's episode is focused on auxillary in the band, and it's long overdue. Christy talks with Candis Alston-Davis, who not only danced in Virginia State's "Essence of Troy", she also served as the instructor for South Carolina State's "Champagne" dancers. Candis shares the full circle moment of joining a HBCU dance squad and dancing at the Hon…
 
On this week's episode of It's Easy Son, the podcast. Educator, administrator, author, advisor, organizational behavior expert, and mentor to so many, she shares her journey from the Bronx in New York to the positions she holds today. The discussion includes an insightful reflection on her early childhood where she was "bussed" to attend school in …
 
Marching. Arranging. Logistics. Directing. You naaaame it, Kerry Gilliard has done it at Bowie State University (shoutout to Shirley Caesar). As a member and alum of Bowie State's "Symphony of Soul", Kerry learned how to run a HBCU band program from the ground up. Find out how he has channeled this experience into a thriving career as a band and ch…
 
This week Gerald Hector welcomes to "It's Easy Son," eight time Mr. Olympia, Mr. Lee Haney. A man of deep faith, listen in as he discusses his early years growing up, his family, the birth of his love for the sport of body building, and his words of inspiration coming from humble beginnings in Spartanburg, South Carolina to excelling in a sport tha…
 
This week on the Rhoden Fellows Podcast, host Marissa Stubbs is joined by Fellow Jonathan Scott, ESPN’s Digital Audio Producer Terrika Foster-Brasby and the legend himself, Mr. William Rhoden. They discuss Women’s History month, the NBA All Star Game, Zlatan’s comments on Lebron and the unpaid/paid internships issue.…
 
Christy reunites with Gerard Howard, creator of BlackCollegeBands.com, MarchingNetwork.TV, and more recently, MarchingSport.com. Gerard talks about his time marching for Jackson State, and how he balances being a web designer, photographer, videographer, musician, and radio show host. Oh, and he talks about how the Boombox Classic and the Zero Quar…
 
On this week's episode of "It's Easy Son," Gerald Hector welcomes to the podcast, Coach Andrew Price of Kingston, Jamaica. A standout sporting master from his early years where he played football (soccer), cricket, and is knowledgeable about every sport, their history, and their impact. An excellent administrator and Women's World Cup Coach, listen…
 
In partnership with The Black Entrepreneurship Hall of Fame; The Black Inventors Hall of Fame; The Black Tennis Hall of Fame; TU’s Chevron Multicultural Resource Center; TU’s Office of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion; The Atlanta Black Chambers; BlackFriendsMeet.com; Dale Caldwell Foundation and U of Tulsa presents "Black Wall Street: The Past, Pre…
 
The fourth event of the series of The Black Entrepreneurship Hall of Fame; The Black Inventors Hall of Fame; The Black Tennis Hall of Fame; TU’s Chevron Multicultural Resource Center; TU’s Office of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion; The Atlanta Black Chambers;BlackFriendsMeet.com; Dale Caldwell Foundationand welcome Ralph Sampson, a five-time All-St…
 
Black Wall Street: The Past, Present and Future of Black Excellence Event Series : 'Building Black Wealth' with Don Peebles, a partnership with Black Excellence Alliance and U of Tulsa.Mr. Don Peebles, Founder of the Peebles Corporation, founded in 1983, the company has become an industry leader with a portfolio of active and completed developments…
 
Black Excellence Alliance, in partnership with U of Tulsa, presents "Black Wall Street: The Past, Present and Future of Black Excellence" presents "African Americans and the Internet" with special guest, Albert E. White.Thirty years of business and finance experience Advisor to some of the most successful CEOs in the country. Vast experience in the…
 
Christy interviews Jamie Brunson, one of her favorite "rivals" (he's really like a brother, but don't tell him that). Jamie is a PROUD alumnus of the Marching 101 of South Carolina State University, and has a thriving career as a middle school principal. Listen to Jamie and Christy discuss rivalries between the Sargeant Brothers, 100 vs 101, Thunde…
 
Virginia State. Norfolk State. Livingstone. Elizabeth City State. Mississippi Valley State. Clark Atlanta. All of these are band programs that Dr. Tomisha Price-Brock has been associated with. She has even served as Head Band Director at two of these institutions. Listen as she shares the story of her unorthodox and unconventional career path. Gues…
 
This episode is all about the historic election of Howard University alumna, Vice President Kamala Harris. I’m joined by Political Organizer, Social Justice Advocate and Claflin University alumnus, Derrick Quarles. We recap the 2021 Inauguration, our hopes and expectations for the Biden/Harris Administration and uplift the HBCU graduates who were a…
 
Listen in as Dr. Moss shares stories and metaphors from his early years growing up, the influence of his family, church and community, his work in the civil rights movement of the 1960s, his love for Morehouse College and all HBCUs and his sense of where we are currently in terms of the work he was a part of so many years ago. The work must continu…
 
Christy talks to Dr. John Hodge, former announcer for NCA&T's "Blue and Gold Marching Machine", and the son of A&T's former band director, the late Dr. Johnny B. Hodge. John recalls the challenges and triumphs of growing up as the son and "right-hand man" of a HBCU band director, and enlightens Christy on some real HBCU band history. Guest: Dr. Joh…
 
This week on the Rhoden Fellows Podcast, host Jonathan Scott along with co- hosts Marissa Stubbs, Parker Owens and Jayla Jones discuss Black History Always and NFL media day. Also, special guest Jonathan Kirkland, an alumna of North Carolina A & T and Head of Marketing and Brand of BLK gives insight on a dating app.…
 
Christy's excited to interview someone who plays her instrument! She talks with LaToya Brooks, clarinetist and former drum major for Clark Atlanta University's Mighty Marching Panthers. LaToya talks about how marching at CAU prepared her to navigate the classroom,and a career pivot to the entertainment industry. Guest: LaToya Brooks Follow us on In…
 
In this episode of The HBCU Nation Radio Show, our Host, Anthony Ray talks with Mrs. Annette Owens-Scarboro, Program Manager, NIH Small Business Program Office and Dr. David Hall, President- University of the Virgin Islands about the mission of the NIH Path to Excellence and Innovation Initiative, invite HBCUs and businesses to apply for PEI 2.0 as…
 
Gerald Hector welcomes to the podcast, Olympic and Track and Field legend, Dr. Edwin Moses. Listen in as Dr. Moses shares his journey from high school, and then on to the prestigious Morehouse College in Atlanta, GA, where he graduated with a degree in Physics. He would later earn an MBA from Pepperdine University.His love for scholarly focus, and …
 
This week on the Rhoden Fellows Podcast, Ashton, Jayla and Parker speak to writer and The Undefeated's David Steele, as the group discusses HBCU spring football, Deshaun Watson’s decision to move on from the Houston Texans and the legacy of Hank Aaron. The fellows also offer some quick tips on how to get through the spring semester.…
 
SEASON 2 PREMIERE! Mike Lee is a former percussionist and head drum major for Alabama A&M's "Marching Maroon and White". Notably, he and Christy created The 5th Quarter website in 1999, so their friendship and partnership spans several decades. Mike talks about his VERY UNIQUE path to marching in a HBCU band, including things that Christy didn't ev…
 
This week on the Rhoden Fellows Podcast, host Marissa Stubbs is joined by Jayla Jones, Ashton Edmunds, and Jonathan Scott to discuss the importance of HBCUs, the head coaching climate in the NFL, and more. Plus, the crew shared some takes from their favorite NBA teams.저자 ESPN, William C. Rhoden, The Undefeated
 
Gerald Hector welcomes to "It's Easy Son", Mr. Donovan White. Currently the Director of Tourism for the island nation of Jamaica, Mr. White shares his journey from an early age through to his exploits in track and field at his beloved Kingston College. His journey has seen him become an expert is change management from both the work he does profess…
 
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