This session we ask the question, if you were the policy maker what would you do with the choices that are on the table right now. Chaz presents the business owner mind set to debate if adding employees is a good thing or increase your own available time. Then its the debate about the minimum wage and does it really hurt small businesses?
The team talks about the issues the AAPI community is experiencing based on the climate created by TRUMP with the Corona virus origins. We give Biden a grade on how he's been doing for his first 60 -90 days. Also we talk about the amount of news and alerts we are glued to recently or what fills our day other than Trump.
The team ends this 2 part session with our take on white supremacy and racism. We debate the way to deal with it and E coined a new phrase, "Tanks for Racist" Listen all the way through, because we end this session with a lively discussion on the merits of this policy similar to toys for tots.
We close out with what we think the Biden Administration will look like. Discuss what are options with dealing with the 72 million people who saw Trump was the right way to go. And just some off the top thoughts on how our country will be in 2021.
The team gets back together after a few weeks after the election to collect our thoughts about the Vaccine, aftermath of the election results and what does the upcoming Georgia election do for the future with or without Sen. McConnell influence.
In 1979, James Baldwin wrote a letter to his literary agent describing his next project, "Remember This House." The book was to be a revolutionary, personal account of the lives and assassinations of three of his close friends: Medgar Evers, Malcolm X and Martin Luther King, Jr. At the time of Baldwin's death in 1987, he left behind only 30 completed pages of this manuscript. Filmmaker Raoul Peck envisions the book James Baldwin never finished
Some times we run into a movie everyone is checking out or happen to keep rotating into my Netflix queue. This one is a Jamie Foxx lead action thriller. A simple story line with an over zealous director. Is there action? Yes, is it thrilling? Here’s our thoughts.
This week we have different conversation about leadership in the black community compared to the 60’s and now. Has activism changed based on the people or is it because of social media and the class divide among African Americans?
So, this looked like it was going to be some silly animal activist redneck documentary that wasn't worth my time. But some how, I started hearing about this guy Joe exotic that was plotting to kill people. So I sat down and decided to grin and bear this crazy so called king of the tigers. Boy was I blown away. It actually was so huge I wanted more. Here's my take on this Netflix documentary of Joe Exotic, the Tiger King.
We start our podcast off with why are more black people dying of COVID than any other race. Then we discuss our views about why the lack of education and medical care is causing a huge disparity of deaths from COVID 19. Also are we looking to use this time to better yourself.