On this episode I provide commentary on a couple of my favorite podcasts.Continue reading News Podcast: Barbershop Short, John Bolton And Global Racism
A lot of dark news covered on this episode of The Barbershop. People are drawing their lines in the sand: it seems as if some in law enforcement are retaliating against the public for the political fallout they are experiencing as a result of George Floyd’s murder, and their supporters are becoming much more hostile in their speech and action.Continue reading News Podcast: The Barbershop, J Cole, Celebrities And Social Activism, The Murder Of Black Men, Developing A Code Of Behavior
I’m experimenting with a new format so bear with me! On this episode, I play several of my favorite podcasts and provide commentary.Continue reading News Podcast: Barbershop Short, Voting Scandal In Georgia, White Allies, And The Problem With Defunding Police
Rush Limbaugh was on the Breakfast Club the other day and asked “how do we end racism?” On this episode, I go into specifics as to how to end racism. The answer is an easy one, but the action of doing so is difficult. Every black person should think seriously about this question, and once an answer has been acquired, behavior should be shaped accordingly.Continue reading News Podcast: The Barbershop, What Is Racism, And How To Combat It.
They are protesting in the streets. Properties are burning, stores are being looted–mass confusion.Continue reading News Podcast: The Barbershop, America Is Burning My Friends.
Ahmaud Arbery was murdered back in February by white terrorists pretending to be cops. On part I of this multi-part series, I go over the circumstances surrounding this terrorist attack, and I discuss law enforcement’s attempt to cover it up.Continue reading News Podcast: The Barbershop, Ahmaud Arbery Cover Up?
Black people’s reluctance to vote in the 2020 presidential election is understandable, but not excusable.Continue reading News Podcast: The Barbershop, Voting.
What is our cultural goal? This is the main problem with us black people, we’re not anchored in one major, cultural goal. Once we have a cultural goal, we can develop a code of behavior. I am writing about these things because I want to encourage us to collectively create a culture that is respected, and respectable. When I say respected, I mean black people not having to worry about being treated unfairly, or being subjected to unnecessary, unjust violence from law enforcement. Our culture has accepted mistreatment and abuse by others; once we are respected, the mistreatment and abuse will stop.Continue reading News Podcast: The Barbershop, Capitalism Sucks.