Andrew and R. Jai are back with their first-ever remote edition of Bring it Home! On today’s episode, the two discuss the practice of reflection and answer a few questions to gauge how they are doing in the practice of self-improvement.
On today’s episode, Andrew is joined by journalist and author Sasha Issenberg to discuss his new book, “The Engagement”, which chronicles the fight for marriage equality in the United States.
National Black Justice Coalition director David Johns joins the show to help Andrew sort through the top headlines of the weekend. Topics include the recently announced Democratic reconciliation bill, the efforts of Texas Democrats to stop restrictive voting legislation in Texas, and the arrest of Congresswoman and Congressional Black Caucus leader Joyce Betty over her protesting voter suppression.
As we close out the week, Andrew and R. Jai Bring it Home on Real Talk! On today’s edition of their Friday series, the Gillums discuss diversity and inclusion and how they see its value in the workplace and at home.
Andrew is by himself today to talk about the recent speech by President Biden in Philadelphia on voting rights and the efforts by Texas Republicans and states across the country to pass voter suppression laws since the 2020 Presidential election.
Political commentator and author of "The Hobbservation Point" Chuck Hobbs joins Andrew to discuss the headlines of the weekend. Topics include the announcement by Howard University on the hiring of Nikole Hannah-Jones and Ta-Nehisi Coates, the assasination of Hatian President Jovenel Moise, and the recent protests in Cuba.
We’re back with another edition of Bring it Home on Real Talk. Inspired by Brene Brown’s latest Netflix special, Andrew and R. Jai talk about the concepts of vulnerability and courage and how they manifest themselves in our daily lives.
Journalist Adam Serwer of The Atlantic joins "Real Talk" to discuss his new book, "The Cruelty is The Point: The Past, Present, and Future of Trump's America" and to talk with Andrew about the historical roots of racism in American politics.
While we’re off as we all observe the July 4th holiday, Andrew wanted to share a couple interviews that he felt helped express the feelings of many Black Americans around the country as we celebrate our Nation’s independence. New episode this upcoming Wednesday with Atlantic journalist Adam Serwer to discuss his new book, The Cruelty is The Point!
It’s Friday which means Bring it Home! On today’s episode, R. Jai takes over the show to talk about how to handle aging parents and the “sandwich generation”.