National Black Justice Coalition Executive Director David Johns and political commentator Chuck Hobbs join Andrew to discuss the recent headlines of the past week. Topics include the draconian transgender discrimination laws passed in Arkansas, the debate within the Democratic Party over filibuster reform, and President Biden announcing a commission to explore expanding the Supreme Court.
President of ESPMedia Jamie Van Pelt joins Andrew on today’s episode. R. Jai is out for the week, but Jamie and Andrew play a new game on Real Talk guessing if news headlines are real or fake stories found on the Internet.
Former Mayor of Stockton Michael Tubbs joins Andrew on today’s episode to discuss being the youngest mayor of a major American city, the rise of disinformation in politics, and his efforts to promote Universal Basic Income (UBI) programs across the country.
Coming off Easter weekend, Cici Battle joins Andrew to go through the news of the week. Topics include the latest assault on the U.S. Capitol, the allegations leveled against U.S. Congressman Matt Gaetz, and the MLB’s decision to pull the All-Star game out of Atlanta following the Georgia Legislature’s passing of voting restrictions.
R. Jai is out this week, but Andrew is joined by Bullets 4 Life founder Susan Kennedy to discuss her organization’s work and the battle to combat gun violence across the country.
On today’s episode, Andrew reflects on the opening statements in the Derek Chauvin trial over the murder of George Floyd, as well as policing in today’s America.
National Black Justice Coalition Director David Johns joins Andrew to dive into a few stories from the weekend. Topics include the arrest of Georgia State Representative Park Cannon for protesting Governor Brian Kemp’s signing of a restrictive voting rights bill, President Biden announcing a new infrastructure plan this week, and the surging cases of undocumented immigrants at the Southern border.
R. Jai and Andrew are back with another edition of Bring it Home. On today’s episode, the Gillums talk about handling expectations, passive aggressive cues, and learning from their kids.
Actress and activist Erika Alexander joins Andrew on today’s episode for a look into her unique childhood, what it took to make it in Hollywood (and how it has changed), and her recent founding of Color Farm Media.
Cici Battle joins Andrew to break down the latest news of the week. Topics include the state of emergency declared in Miami over spring breakers, the protests seen around the country in light of the Atlanta Asian-American murders, the charges of sedition being considered against the U.S. capitol insurrectionists, and the recent conversations about filibuster reform.