Since we are Spike Lee fans but lately we have been a bit cautious of his recent releases. We didn't run out to see his Netflix release about 5 black men from the Vietnam war going back tot he country to recover a fallen brothers remains. After Black KKKlansman we thought we would give this one a try since that was made a lot better than his other previous releases
With all of the nonsense going on, we talk about the humor and information that is out and the people who are looking at any reason to rebel using free rights and civil liberties as the excuse. But in the end there is no humor in racism and debating anyone who doesn’t understand there is privilege for some more than others. Also what's your thought about Black people with guns who just wants to protect them selves?
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?
The team talks about the resurgence of racial violence and harassment that we didn’t think would be occurring during a global pandemic. Also is this isolation affecting people mentally to react in violent ways. Domestic violence, divorce, etc.
The team returns and gets into the impact of the Stimulus checks. How will our economy adjust and will our country collapse soon with the more we charge to the federal credit card. Also, should some businesses survive and should some businesses deserve to survive?
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.
We sit down this week to look at a show that I really didn’t think would be worth my while. I’m not a big fan of Nazi and Jewish history unless its a bit unique and interesting. So when I saw some of the reviews and being a big fan of Al Pacino. I decided to sit down to see this Nazi hunter show to see if I would be able to sit through the whole 10 episodes.
Today being stuck in the house, Alicia and I find the best African American (or Black, your preference) movies worth watching during your “Shelter in place” time. And even if you have to work and have a little time. These are some quality movies you can check out. In no specific order: also the Banker is on Apple TV
Self Made - the Madam C.J Walker story
We finally find information that Chaz has been talking about for a while. The nation is separated and not only by our political views but our cultures that makes people see things differently. We discover some things from Business insider about the 11 different nations within the United States that has certain views about how they live. We debate the validity as well as some revelations about areas we haven't been to.
This amazing love story layered with police violence and Black pride is a must see modern modified Bonnie and Clyde story without the gratuitous violence just for the hell of it. The writing, directing and acting was amazing.