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The "In The Black Podcast" is a light hearted and educated podcast dedicated to covering the current events, social issues, and hot topics going on in your black world, and covering it all from the perspective of 3 Black, working-class professionals, fathers, and family men. Informed. Intelligent. In The Black.
 
Welcome to Once Upon A Time in Wakanda, a podcast series that explores the characters and themes of The Black Panther movie and comic universe. Powered by The Witness, this one of a kind Wakanda Podcast talks you through the lore of Wakanda both on the big screen and in the panels of the Black Panther comic books. From season to season we aim to bring you the Black Panther podcast you've been looking for. Wakanda is a fictional African nation appearing in American comic books published by Ma ...
 
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In this week’s episode we discuss how former Mayor of Tallahassee, and one time gubernatorial candidate for Florida, Andrew Gillum has been indicted on 21 counts of conspiracy and fraud. The former CNN political analyst was once a rising star in the Democratic party, but stepped out of the public eye after a he was found by police under the influen…
 
In this week’s episode, we tackle the recent reports that Herschel Walker, candidate for Georgia Senate, has 3 illegitimate children. This reporting comes after Walker has made it part of his platform to criticize African-American fathers for being “absent” from the home, and leaving Black children as part of a broken family. Also, the Biden admini…
 
✨Hey loved ones! Here we are! Gather in the living room as we discuss this embarrassing place we live in called America 🤭. Where were you on the night of January 6th. Some of you are really triggered by Lori Harvey which is insanity!! 😵‍💫😵‍💫 so much to chat about and catch up on. 😬🙃 Join the conversation! ✨…
 
In this week’s episode, we tackle the recent reports that Herschel Walker, candidate for Georgia Senate, has 3 illegitimate children. This reporting comes after Walker has made it part of his platform to criticize African-American fathers for being “absent” from the home, and leaving Black children as part of a broken family. Also, the Biden admini…
 
In this week’s episode we are joined by suicide prevention solutionist, Na’kole Watson, as she helps us to discuss suicide and its appearance in the Black community. What does forms and shapes does it take. What role does mental health play in the suicide and suicide prevention? How can the Black Church change our approach to how suicide? And ultim…
 
In this week’s episode we are joined by suicide prevention solutionist, Na'Kole Watson, as she helps us to discuss suicide and its appearance in the Black community. What does forms and shapes does it take. What role does mental health play in the suicide and suicide prevention? How can the Black Church change our approach to how suicide? And ultim…
 
Welcome back to episode 178 of Black in the City! Life has been lifing so we are shooting the breeze!! 😮‍💨 we get into the randomness of life, children safety, and a random analysis of Kendrick Lamar’s music. So much to chat about join us in the living room to rant and rave!저자 Black in the City Podcast
 
In this week’s episode we discuss the mass shooting that occurred in Buffalo at a Tops Friendly Market, where the gunman left 10 dead and 3 severely wounded. The suspect, an 18-year-old White man identified as Payton S. Gendron, live streamed the entire incident via Twitch via a Discord was apprehended by police. A 180 page manifesto has since been…
 
In this week’s episode we discuss the mass shooting that occurred in Buffalo at a Tops Friendly Market, where the gunman left 10 dead and 3 severely wounded. The suspect, an 18-year-old White man identified as Payton S. Gendron, live streamed the entire incident via Twitch via a Discord was apprehended by police. A 180 page manifesto has since been…
 
✨ Hey loved ones! Back with episode 177!! And chill we are tired 😪 Rest in Peace to the people who so tragically lost their lives in the Buffalo Mass Shooting. We decided to give our mentals a rest and play an old-fashioned game of Truth or Drink! Head to the living room and hear our unique responses on this week’s episode of Black in the City Podc…
 
In this week’s episode we take a look at the recent traffic stop by Liberty County sheriffs in Georgia, of a majority Black women’s lacrosse team. While traveling from a tournament in GA back to Delaware, the Delaware State University Women’s lacrosse team were detained and had their possessions searched. Seemly without any probable cause. The team…
 
In this week’s episode we take a look at the recent traffic stop by Liberty County sheriffs in Georgia, of a majority Black women’s lacrosse team. While traveling from a tournament in GA back to Delaware, the Delaware State University Women’s lacrosse team were detained and had their possessions searched. Seemly without any probable cause. The team…
 
✨✨Hey loved ones!! The block has been hot 🥵. For some odd regression in history the government would like to control our uterus’s smh. Join us as we discuss the untimely death of Kevin Samuels, Kendrick Lamar’s amazing new video and so much more 👀 Get your cups and head to the living room because the tea 🍵 is piping hot! 🔥🔥✨…
 
In this week’s episode we tackle the recent leak of a supreme court draft detailing its’ desire to overturn Roe v. Wade and essentially end abortion rights as we know it. This news has both pro-life and pro-choice advocates standing their ground for an even deeper fight yet to come. We are joined by the Rev. Kenyetta Chinwe (@PhemSoulArts) to help …
 
In this week’s episode we tackle the recent leak of a supreme court ruling that would over turn Roe v. Wade and essentially put an end to abortion rights as we know. This news has both pro-life and pro-choice advocates standing their ground for an even deeper fight yet to come. We are joined by the Rev. Kenyetta Chinwe (@PhemSoulArts) to help delve…
 
In this week’s episode, our “Black Light” segment returns for another powerful conversation. We are joined by motivational speaker and author of “The Sun Is Always Shining: A Story of Adversity Turned To Triumph,” DeAntwann Johnson. He discusses his childhood experiences as a product of the foster care system, and how those experiences helped him f…
 
In this week’s episode, our “Black Light” segment returns for another powerful conversation. We are joined by motivational speaker and author of “The Sun Is Always Shining: A Story of Adversity Turned To Triumph,” DeAntwann Johnson. He discusses his childhood experiences as a product of the foster care system, and how those experiences helped him f…
 
In this week’s episode, we tackle a Black Box Letter where a listener asks; “what you should do when your partner has an issue with you disciplining their child”. Is that a red flag for your relationship? Also we discuss why would the mayor of New York city (Eric Adams) bring back “Stop And Frisk” and how even after 2 years of marches, protests, an…
 
In this week’s episode, we tackle a Black Box Letter where a listener asks; “what you should do when your partner has an issue with you disciplining their child”. Is that a red flag for your relationship? Also we discuss why would the mayor of New York city (Eric Adams) bring back “Stop And Frisk” and how even after 2 years of marches, protests, an…
 
✨Hey loved ones! We are back at it again with the hot press! Join us in the living room as we catch up on the last couple of weeks, give you the latest in news of covid season 4 😬😬. Also, let’s discuss the Ultimatum shall we? Are we happy with this show? Find out all that and more on the latest episode of Black in the City!…
 
In this week’s episode, our Black Box Letter asks; “Should you care if your spouses parent likes you or not?”. We also tackle the recent New York Magazine article detailing the questionable financial decisions of the Black Lives Matter Global Network Foundation. How were they able to purchase a $6 Million dollar home, and what is it currently being…
 
In this week’s episode, our Black Box Letter asks; “Should you care if your spouses parent likes you or not?”. We also tackle the recent New York Magazine article detailing the questionable financial decisions of the Black Lives Matter Global Network Foundation. How were they able to purchase a $6 Million dollar home, and what is it currently being…
 
✨Hey loved ones!! We are back at it again!! Join us in the living room as we chat about Kentaji Brown, the slap heard around the world and so much more! Also how much do you share about your relationship?✨🥂 find out our thoughts on the latest episode of Black in the City Podcast!저자 Black in the City Podcast
 
In this week’s episode, our Black Box Letter is tackles Will Smith slapping Chris Rock live on stage at the Oscars. We discuss what the punishment may be, as well as the varying standpoints about toxic masculinity and Blackness that have stemmed from the incident. As well as what this may mean for Will Smith going forward? Will the academy punish h…
 
In this week’s episode, our Black Box Letter is tackles Will Smith slapping Chris Rock live on stage at the Oscars. We discuss what the punishment may be, as well as the varying standpoints about toxic masculinity and Blackness that have stemmed from the incident. We also take a look at the recently released text messages surrounding the January 6 …
 
In this week’s episode we tackle a Black Box Letter from a listener that asks what she should do to motivate her loving boyfriend, who she feels isn’t progressing fast enough for her. Also, we take a look at the recent supreme court nomination hearing of Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson. With an unprecedented level of questioning, Brown Jackson has stay…
 
In this week’s episode we tackle a Black Box Letter from a listener that asks what she should do to motivate her loving boyfriend, who she feels isn’t progressing fast enough for her. Also, we take a look at the recent supreme court nomination hearing of Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson. With an unprecedented level of questioning, Brown Jackson has stay…
 
In this week’s episode we an Indiana HS teacher (Mike Hosinkski of Jimtown HS) caught on security camera striking a student. We ask whether or not there should be any empathy for the teacher. Next we tackle a recent article from INSIDER that details how Black home buyers are being pushed out of the housing market faster than any other demographic. …
 
In this week’s episode we an Indiana HS teacher (Mike Hosinkski of Jimtown HS) caught on security camera striking a student. We ask whether or not there should be any empathy for the teacher. Next we tackle a recent article from INSIDER that details how Black home buyers are being pushed out of the housing market faster than any other demographic. …
 
✨Hey loved ones!! You know we have missed you all, but as promised we are back. Not WWIII just casually happening outside, The season finale of Euphoria throwing us for a loop, and so much more to catch up on! 😝 join us in the living room for this wild conversation 🤩🤩저자 Black in the City Podcast
 
In this week’s episode, our Black Box Letter asks; is there a limit to the amount of sacrifice that a spouse should be expected to make for their partner? We also discuss the recent invasion of the Russian military into the Ukraine. How did we get here, and does that mean that this is the start of WW3? And with local legislatures across the country…
 
In this week’s episode, our Black Box Letter asks; is there a limit to the amount of sacrifice that a spouse should be expected to make for their partner? We also discuss the recent invasion of the Russian military into the Ukraine. How did we get here, and does that mean that this is the start of WW3? And with local legislatures across the country…
 
In this week's episode we discuss what emotional and social growth looks like. And as Black men of a certain age, how we can recognize it and appreciate it in the moment. Also, Philadelphia Housing Activist; Asantewaa Nkrumah-Ture, goes to court after landlord threatens her life. We discuss how it got that far. And a recent OP-ED in "The Hill" expl…
 
In this week's episode we discuss what emotional and social growth looks like. And as Black men of a certain age, how we can recognize it and appreciate it in the moment. Also, Philadelphia Housing Activist; Asantewaa Nkrumah-Ture, goes to court after landlord threatens her life. We discuss how it got that far. And a recent OP-ED in "The Hill" expl…
 
In this week's episode we discuss how Joe Rogan (UFC/The Joe Rogan Experience) is once again under fire. This time for a montage of clips of the podcaster using the n-word. Should Spotify remove him from the platform all together? We discuss. Also, the NBA trade deadline has come and gone and major last minute trades have shaken up the NBA landscap…
 
In this week's episode we discuss how Joe Rogan (UFC/The Joe Rogan Experience) is once again under fire. This time for a montage of clips of the podcaster using the n-word. Should Spotify remove him from the platform all together? We discuss. Also, the NBA trade deadline has come and gone and major last minute trades have shaken up the NBA landscap…
 
In this week's episode we are joined by professor Dylan Rodriguez, as we discuss the recent class action lawsuit filed by former Miami Dolphins head coach Brian Flores against the NFL for racial discrimination. Does he have a case, and what does this lawsuit mean for the future of the NFL? Also, what is being done about the recent rash of bomb thre…
 
In this week's episode we are joined by professor Dylan Rodriguez as we discuss the recent class action lawsuit filed by former Miami Dolphins head coach Brian Flores against the NFL for racial discrimination. Does he have a case, and what does this lawsuit mean for the future of the NFL? Also, what is being done about the recent rash of bomb threa…
 
In this week's episode we discuss the recent suicide deaths of both Ian Alexander (son of Regina King) and local Maryland mayor, Kevin Ward. Why are Black men committing suicide at a high rate than their counterparts? And mogul Jay-Z, Meek Mill, and others are making a push for the state of New York not to be able to use rap lyrics as evidence in c…
 
In this week's episode we discuss the recent suicide deaths of both Ian Alexander (son of Regina King) and local Maryland mayor, Kevin Ward. Why are Black men committing suicide at a high rate than their counterparts? And mogul Jay-Z, Meek Mill, and others are making a push for the state of New York not to be able to use rap lyrics as evidence in c…
 
In this week's episode we take a look back at year one of the Biden Administration. Their agenda, and the plans they have going forward. And with no major legislations passed, what grade are we giving it, and why? And Tulsa pastor Michael Todd is facing backlash for rubbing spit on the face of a church member during his sermon. We discuss the histo…
 
In this week's episode we take a look back at year one of the Biden Administration. Their agenda, and the plans they have going forward. And with no major legislations passed, what grade are we giving it, and why? And Tulsa pastor Michael Todd is facing backlash for rubbing spit on the face of a church member during his sermon. We discuss the histo…
 
In this week's episode, we discuss how the recent call for an increase and stiff regulations in college sport’s NIL (Name, Image, and Likeness) deal. How do the lack of "regulations" impact smaller schools and smaller conferences? And rapper/songstress Lauryn Hill is set to executive produce a documentary on the life and family of famed writer, poe…
 
In this week's episode, we discuss how the recent call for an increase and stiff regulations in college football's NIL (Name, Image, and Likeness) deal. How do the lack of "regulations" impact smaller schools and smaller conferences? And rapper/songstress Lauryn Hill is set to executive produce a documentary on the life and family of famed writer, …
 
In this week's episode we examine the passing of Maxine McNair, the last of parents from the 1963 Birmingham church bombing that claimed the lives of 4 little girls. We tackle the legacy being left behind by many civil rights icons as that generation passes on. We also take a look at a recent research study that shows that protests really do work i…
 
In this week's episode we examine the passing of Maxine McNair, the last of parents from the 1963 Birmingham church bombing that claimed the lives of 4 little girls. We tackle the legacy being left behind by many civil rights icons as that generation passes on. We also take a look at a recent research study that shows that protests really do work i…
 
In this week's episode we talk about if it makes sense for Black men to intentionally go looking for love outside of the country. Even amidst the objections of residents, Atlanta approves a $90 million dollar, 300 acre, police training and boarding facility. We try to understand why. And recent studies have shown even with a 6 figure salary it's be…
 
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