Happy Inauguration Day! On today’s special episode, Andrew is joined by political strategist Angela Rye, CNN commentator Bakari Sellers and organizer and activist Brittany Packnett Cunningham to discuss the historic inauguration of President Biden and Vice President Harris and what lies ahead for the nation.
Andrew is joined by Advancement Project Director Judith Browne Dianis, National Black Justice Coalition Director David Johns, and Activist Cici Battle to discuss Dr. Martin Luther King’s legacy and the incoming Biden-Harris administration as we enter Inauguration Week.
R. Jai joins Andrew for another edition of “Bring it Home." Today, the Gillums talk about parenting and the ups and downs of raising children in an unprecedented time of technology and COVID.
ProPublica journalist Nina Martin joins Andrew to discuss her latest article, How COVID-19 Hollowed Out a Generation of Young Black Men, and the state of the U.S. healthcare system.
Activist and organizer Cici Battle joins Andrew to talk about Trump supporters’ assault on the U.S. Capitol, the House filing impeachment articles and social media’s latest announcement to ban Trump from their platforms.
Black Voters Matter co-founder LaTosha Brown joins Andrew to discuss this week’s historic Georgia Senate victories and the future of organizing across the nation.
Atlanta Journal-Constitution Reporter Tia Mitchell joins Andrew to discuss last night’s Georgia Senate races and the future of Democrats in Georgia and across the country.
Sean Pittman joins the show to go through Trump’s contentious call with Georgia officials over the presidential election results and the upcoming Georgia Senate races.
Andrew is joined by Alisha Thomas-Morgan to talk about the upcoming Georgia run-offs, the ongoing COVID vaccine distribution, and Republicans stalling on additional pandemic relief.
On today’s episode, Andrew and R. Jai talk about their New Year's resolutions as well as answer listener questions to wrap up the year.