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Global awareness, activism, and discussions addressing social injustice have sparked interest all over the world, into the lives of Black Americans. Dr. Justin Black presents to you the reality that Black Americans are multifaceted and have endless interests, experiences, perspectives, and stories to share. Just Black Talking talks about everything, because as Black Americans, we are a part of everything, involved with, interested in, and influencing everything. We will discuss food, travel, ...
 
When public health is threatened on a mass scale, we have a long history of working together to take on the challenge. As the host of Wondery’s American Innovations, Steven Johnson has told the stories of some of the most crucial breakthroughs in health, medicine, and technology. He’s also the author of one of the seminal books on epidemics, “The Ghost Map.” On this new weekly series, Steven will speak with experts from the worlds of health and technology about how the current moment compare ...
 
On the upcoming season of Sick Empire you’ll hear Branden Janese ask critical questions surrounding Black trauma and centering conversations around healing. What does the path to freedom in healthcare look like for all Black Americans? Season One of Sick Empire exposed the social ills highlighted by the coronavirus. Now, Season Two will focus on the healing steps. Our new season will highlight the ways to heal Black trauma, as well as the history behind Black folx and their forms of healing. ...
 
American Hysteria explores the moral panics, conspiracy theories, urban legends, and fantastical thinking that shape our culture and why we end up fearing and believing in the unreal. Using sociology, psychology, biology, and a whole lot of research, poet-turned-podcaster Chelsey Weber-Smith charts their own journey from fantastical thinker to flexible skeptic, while detailing the sometimes hilarious, sometimes horrifying stories of American freak-outs from the Puritans to the present, and t ...
 
This is an accidentally funny podcast about the realities of Blackness and adult life. Our goal is to create a space for Black millennials to discuss and embody adult life on their own terms. We aren’t beholden to “traditional” gender or parenting roles, queerness is fluid and present in the ways we show up in our relationships and in the world, and we want to build community with other 30-something Black folx who are trying to figure this ish out. We do “adult” differently. -About Daren and ...
 
Award-winning broadcaster and educator Alvin Hall hits the road alongside activist and social justice trainer Janée Woods Weber. They drive from Detroit to New Orleans, collecting powerful, personal testimony about how Black Americans used the historic travel guide The Negro Motorist's Green Book during the height of segregation as a vital resource to quell fears, find safe havens, and travel with dignity. As he drives the Green Book, Alvin unearths both inspiring and heartbreaking tales tha ...
 
The Black Vault Radio with John Greenewald, Jr. dives deep into the world of secret U.S. Government and Military History spanning more than a half century. Using an archive of more than 2,100,000 declassified government documents as a starting point, Greenewald speaks to some of the most brilliant minds on the planet trying to get to the truth.
 
The church and religion has played and continues to play a big role in the African-American community. Yet, many of us who grew up in the traditional black church do not have an understanding of how our faith evolved under the duress of slavery and discrimination to be and to represent what it does today. The purpose of this broadcast is to provide that background knowledge while also pointing out the dividing line between what is just tradition and true faith in Jesus Christ.
 
The African diaspora is a rich tapestry weaving through the course of time, with not only a strong impact on the American society, but throughout the world. The “Black History” podcast ventures to each week introduce an innovative topic, influential person or present interesting aspects of history related to the African diaspora to those seeking knowledge and enlightenment.
 
In 2020, during the pandemic, I departed a 25-year retail automotive career. I decided to hold onto my passion for all things automotive and couple it with history! I'm camping at the intersection,130 years, of the automotive space coupled with Black History. I'm creating awareness and revising the narrative! With great enthusiasm, I invite you to join me on my journey.
 
Pass The Mic is the premier podcast of The Witness – A Black Christian Collective. Tune in every week for engaging discussions and high profile interviews addressing the core concerns of African Americans biblically. Learn more at TheWitnessBCC.com
 
Meet BlackFacts.com, the Internet's longest running Black History Encyclopedia - Delivering Black History, Culture, Vides and News to our followers. This podcast series provides your daily Black Facts Of The Day™. In addition there will be occasion bonus episodes focused on diversity or other key topics of interest to our BlackFacts audience Learn black history, Teach black history - https://blackfacts.com
 
The black mental health podcast is dedicated to understanding and unraveling the mental issues in the African American community. It showcases real life stories to bridge the gap between people who feel alone in their struggles. With the stigma of therapy being a "white people thing' coupled with the cost of therapy, black people are left to deal with mental health issues on their own The black mental health podcast is here not as a replacement to therapy but as an alternative. therapy is ne ...
 
Where politics, religion and history collide - and it's not always polite! Political opinion podcast hosted by former political science instructor and current political observer Jaye Pool. Left-leaning yet not perfectly bound by ideology. Historical context with a dose of progressive Christianity in the mix. #StirThePot #Resist #p2 #progressiveChristian #Exvangelical
 
Inside every home, there’s a story. Hosted by Stephanie Foo (This American Life, Snap Judgment), each episode of this 10-part series explores the meaning of home and what it can teach us about ourselves and each other. Poignant, hilarious, provocative and downright unexpected, take a journey into the diversity of home in America. Listen to the stories of urban activists, homesteading mountain men, ghostly roommates and more. And hear compelling expert insights into behavioral science behind ...
 
Black Books Live! seeks to address the dearth of audio material available from Black Authors. Every week, hosts Jason Harris, Cher Jey and guests will read excerpts from a Black author's classic works. Links to the print and audio copies of the featured author will be included with each episode.
 
Black American culture has always been the inspiration— but now it’s “mainstream.” … but still often times we don’t even get a seat at the table during the discussion. Black Americans care about national news, entertainment, family life and politics. Because of the sheer history of this country, our perspective will always be different.. and it will always matter. Forget a seat— this IS the table. This is what happens when we get a chance at Controlling Our Narrative. Hosted By Brooke Thomas
 
At a time when our nation is portrayed as increasingly polarized, media often ignore viewpoints and stories that are worthy of attention. American Thought Leaders, hosted by The Epoch Times Senior Editor Jan Jekielek, features in-depth discussions with some of America’s most influential thought leaders on pertinent issues facing our nation today.
 
Colored: Crack Cocaine, the War on Drugs, and the Making of Post-Civil Rights America is a seven-part series exploring the racial dynamic behind the War on Drugs and the crack cocaine scare - specifically drawing from the perspective of Black Americans living in Boston, Massachusetts. Joe and Prasanna delve into the complexities of this era, while presenting their ideas in an unconventional way. Each episode focuses on one theme, building to conclusions that extend far beyond drug policy.
 
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It was Parker Kilpatrick’s first week on the University of Texas pom squad when her hand shot up during the inaugural team meeting. She needed to know one thing. Do I have to straighten my hair? Kilpatrick, who will be a junior this fall, was one of three Black pomdancers on a team of 23 for the 2020-2021 school year. Being the Black girl in the ro…
 
This is the first episode of Chapo all-stars Derek Davison & Daniel Bessner’s new foreign policy podcast “American Prestige”. To get more, go here: http://patreon.com/americanprestigeIn the premiere episode of American Prestige, Danny and Derek get into the US's withdrawal from Afghanistan. Did the military intentionally botch the withdrawal? Has t…
 
“The only black lives that matter to the press [are] those handful that are taken by a cop,” says Manhattan Institute fellow Heather Mac Donald, author of “The War on Cops” and “The Diversity Delusion.” In this episode, we discuss the rise in crime, the demoralization of police across the nation, and the “infection” of identity politics. Every inst…
 
We take a look at the 2007 Antoine Fuqua/Mark Wahlberg film “Shooter,” a fascinating relic of the 2nd G.W. administration that asks the question “what if a hardass marine sniper operator type fuckin merked Dick Cheney?” Also, Matt brings up some deep lore from the author Stephen Hunter’s other novels that really makes him seem like a fertile well o…
 
When Gov. Greg Abbott issued a directive to the regulators of Texas' power grid earlier this month, he did something that that could be considered unthinkable for a state chief executive who might have his eyes on a higher office in Washington. Abbott called for more — not less — government regulation of the state's electricity market. His orders t…
 
Many shoppers on South Congress Avenue on Saturday chose not to cover their faces to protect against the coronavirus and instead continued post-pandemic practices, a concerning trend Austin area health leaders say has to stop after moving to Stage 4 of Austin Public Health's risk-based guidelines following an uptick in cases. Dozens of maskless Aus…
 
University of Texas professor and Nobel laureate Steven Weinberg, lauded for his work in theoretical physics, died Friday at age 88, the school announced Saturday. Weinberg earned the Nobel Prize in physics in 1979 and wrote dozens of books and papers. Last year he earned the Special Breakthrough Prize in Fundamental Physics for his leadership and …
 
“They claim to be attacking white supremacy, but really, they’re attacking meritocracy,” says Kenny Xu, author of “An Inconvenient Minority: The Attack on Asian American Excellence and the Fight for Meritocracy.” Asian Americans are penalized for working hard and held to much higher standards than their non-Asian peers in the admission processes fo…
 
From Trump’s recent class-action lawsuits to antitrust legislation, what are the different legal avenues currently in play to challenge Big Tech? And what can the average person do to deal with big tech censorship? At the CPAC conference in Texas, American Thought Leaders sat down with ACU Foundation Senior Fellow Mercedes Schlapp, Rep. Ken Buck (R…
 
“Processing and facilitating the release of illegal immigrants into the United States—that's what they consider to be progress,” says Rep. Brian Babin. He describes a “shell game” on the border in which crowds of migrants are shuffled from one facility to another without solving the root problems. We discuss the border crisis, the reversal of Trump…
 
Next year when you summon Lyft for a ride in Austin, your trip might be driverless. Austin is set to be one of the first markets to offer autonomous vehicles as an option for people who use the ride-hailing service Lyft. Lyft will partner with Ford and Pittsburgh-based autonomous driving company Argo AI on the venture, which is expected to debut in…
 
Austin-Travis County's top health authority on Friday requested that residents return to wearing masks as the area moved back into Stage 4 coronavirus guidelines, a sign of worsening pandemic conditions in Central Texas due to the presence of a highly contagious variant known as delta. Dr. Desmar Walkes, Austin-Travis County's health authority, ann…
 
Austin police will now release video footage from critical incidents, like shootings that involve officers, within 10 business days of the event, the department announced Friday. In May 2020, former Police Chief Brian Manley signed a policy that said footage had to be released within 60 days of the incident. Critical incidents include: Shootings in…
 
When Gov. Greg Abbott issued a directive to the regulators of Texas' power grid earlier this month, he did something that that could be considered unthinkable for a state chief executive who might have his eyes on a higher office in Washington. Abbott called for more — not less — government regulation of the state's electricity market. His orders t…
 
In January 2020 — just before COVID-19 unleashed its wrath — Austin-based Tso Chinese Delivery raised $2 million in venture capital and had big plans for expansion. The company, which has two locations, was preparing to open a third store in South Austin, with additional openings to follow. "We put everything on hold," said Min Choe, CEO of Tso Chi…
 
The Austin school district has released an overview of its health and safety protocols for the fall, emphasizing mask-wearing and for parents to keep their kids home if they feel sick or are exposed to COVID-19. Austin Public Health and the American Academy of Pediatrics have recommended everyone, including those vaccinated, wear masks indoors agai…
 
A state appeals court on Thursday rejected Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton's bid to dramatically increase a $9,000 fine levied against the city of Austin for violating a state law by banning firearms from City Hall in 2016. Paxton asked the 3rd Court of Appeals to boost the fine to $5.76 million, arguing that the $9,000 penalty imposed by a trial…
 
We start by taking stock of the whole vaccination situation, wondering if there’s any way to reason with vax-skeptics and, when you’re only freedoms in this country are consumption choices, probably not. Then speaking of consumer choices, we look at the Black Rifle Coffee Company’s growing problem of their coffee’s fandom among racists, rioters and…
 
Rode a sua Terrible Towel, torcedor do Steelers! Está no ar o “No Terrão” de número 15! Um novo momento para que você possa ficar por dentro de todas as notícias que acontece com o Pittsburgh Steelers. Mencionados no episódio: A contratação de Melvin Ingram A aposentadoria de Vince Williams Reapresentação do elenco para o training camp Siga o Black…
 
A landmark 32-story office tower in downtown Austin is on the market. With its signature tiered design, One American Center at 600 Congress Avenue was built in the early 1980s and has been a fixture on Austin's skyline for nearly 40 years. The tower was put up for sale early last year but was taken off the market not long after the coronavirus pand…
 
A member of the Texas Democratic delegation has returned to Austin from Washington, D.C., to negotiate with Republicans over their voting legislation, h. Rep. Philip Cortez, D-San Antonio, made the announcement Wednesday on Twitter, saying that he intended to "engage in good-faith dialogue about the aspects of the bill that I, and others, think are…
 
Texas and Oklahoma have been talking with Southeastern Conference officials about leaving the Big 12 Conference and joining the 14-team SEC, to permanently changing the college athletic landscape. The Houston Chronicle first reported the possible move, and initially, high-level sources at both Texas and OU were evasive with the American-Statesman. …
 
An imminent change to how online sales taxes are collected stands to devastate Round Rock’s municipal finances and upend its nearly 30-year-old incentive agreement with Dell Technologies that brought the computer maker to the suburb just north of Austin in 1994. That's according to a recent lawsuit filed by Round Rock against Texas Comptroller Glen…
 
Defense attorneys for Rodney Reed continued to call witnesses to the stand Tuesday to bolster their theory that it was not Reed who killed 19-year-old Stacey Stites over two decades ago, but rather her fiancé, Jimmy Fennell. The testimony shared this week was not presented during Reed's trial in the late 1990s in which he was convicted of capital m…
 
Health leaders on Tuesday said all Austin-Travis County residents, including those vaccinated against thecoronavirus, should return to wearing masks in public to avoid a surge in coronavirus cases as the delta variant continues to spread. The Austin area could return to Stage 4 of Austin Public Health's risk-based guidelines as early as Thursday, s…
 
Senate Bill 3 states that a "teacher may not be compelled to discuss a particular current event or widely debated and currently controversial issue of public policy or social affairs." The bill is a follow-up to an already passed House bill that Abbott signed in May. Among the changes in SB 3 is the removal of a reference to the Ku Klux Klan being …
 
The Graham brothers form a secret pact with cattle baron Jim Stinson. In the process, the Grahams betray their friends, the Tewksburys. The betrayal ends the friendship between the two families and leads to a gunfight, courtroom trials, and more secret schemes … and then outlaws from Texas arrive to kick the feud into high gear. Join Black Barrel+ …
 
Rode a sua Terrible Towel, torcedor do Steelers! Está no ar o Black Yellow Br Podcast de número 211! Neste episódio, Danillo Batista, Germano Coutinho e Ricardo Resende fazem uma análise da situação de alguns jogadores do Steelers pra temporada 2021: quem está em alta? Quem chega em baixa? Edição: Danillo Batista (@DanilloBatista) Siga o Black Yell…
 
A man was killed in Northwest Austinthis month trying to defend his stepdaughter from her former co-worker, who had followed her home, according to police. Aaron David Garza, 18, was charged with murder in the shooting death of 35-year-old Joshua Cooper on July 12, according to an arrest affidavit released Monday. The charge is a first-degree felon…
 
Travis County prosecutors will not proceed with a case against an Austin police officer, saying Monday that an assistant district attorney who initially handled the case failed to disclose favorable evidence to his defense and to colleagues. The case against officer Gregory Gentry was dismissed "in the interest of justice," according to court recor…
 
Hospitalizations and cases of coronavirus are continuing to rise, and on Monday night reached levels that are likely to send Travis County back into the stricter Stage 4 of Austin Public Health's risk-based guidelines, according to Austin Public Health officials. Austin and Travis County on Monday night reached the threshold to enter Stage 4, which…
 
We’re joined by Chapo foreign policy desk Derek Davison and Daniel Bessner to check in with America’s various “oopsies”, “uh-ohs” and “oh butterfingers” accidentally enforcing our hegemony around the world. Derek and Danny have a new podcast, American Prestige, covering just this type of thing. If you like them on Chapo, be sure to go checkout thei…
 
What's good While Black Family. Stories have played such an important role in our history and culture from the beginning, but as our influencer and impact on "cool" continues to grow so does this country's desire to tell, sell, and capitalize off of our stories. Well, if You Had Me At Black has anything to do with it, then our stories will be told …
 
In the first segment "First Things First," Jenn and Daren talk about how important it is to take lessons from the past year or two since COVID-19. For Black people, this time has shown us exactly how anti-Black and white supremacist these institutions are and how they often harm Black life. In the second segment, "The Conversation," Daren shares th…
 
The Chinese regime “is intentionally killing tens of thousands of Americans each year with fentanyl,” says China analyst Gordon Chang. In this episode, we discuss the Chinese Communist Party’s strategy of drug warfare, the military buildup on the India-China border, the likelihood of an invasion of Taiwan, and what the Chinese regime’s crackdown on…
 
Four Austin startups have combined to raise $58.5 million in separate funding deals in the past week. The largest of the funding deals was raised by Billd, a startup focused on construction material financing, which landed $30 million to expand its product and technology. The round was led by LL Funds and included investment from RJT Credit and Ull…
 
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