Author and Professor Dr. Beverly Guy-Sheftall joins the show to explain Black Feminism, the arc of the movement through America’s history, and where it goes from here.
Activist and organizer Cici Battle joins Andrew to discuss the ongoing COVID relief bill and the debate over an increased minimum wage, as well as the recent approval of the Johnson & Johnson COVID vaccine and its implications for the larger battle against COVID.
On today’s edition of “Bring it Home”, R. Jai takes over with a special guest - her mom! Dr. Caroline Yelding joins Real Talk to talk about her childhood in the Deep South and her experience as one of the first Black women in the country to pursue higher education in a newly-integrated school system.
Civil Rights activist and co-creator of the Black Lives Matter movement Alicia Garza joins the show to talk about her new book, The Purpose of Power: How We Come Together When We Fall Apart, and the future of organizing as we wrap up Black History Month on Real Talk.
Writer and commentator Chuck Hobbs joins Andrew to discuss the ongoing crisis in Texas, the pushback on OMB nominee Neera Tanden, and Trump’s plan to speak at the Conservative Political Action Conference on today’s episode of Real Talk.
Dr. Adrienne joins R. Jai and Andrew to discuss her book, The ABCs of Life, and the need for self-care on today’s edition of “Bring it Home” on Real Talk.
Author and scholar Dr. Ibram X. Kendi joins Andrew to discuss his new book, Four Hundred Souls, and the work that needs to be done when discussing race in America.
In a lively conversation, Activist Cici Battle and National Black Justice Coalition Executive Director David Johns join Andrew to discuss the American education system, the latest Trump impeachment trial, and the idea of “winning” as a Black American in today’s society.
Andrew and R. Jai sit down to talk about balancing self-care and personal health with family obligations and commitments to your partner on another edition of Bring it Home.
Radio host of the nationally-syndicated "The Breakfast Club" and author of "Shook One," Charlamagne Tha God joins Andrew to talk about his career, today’s political scene, and mental health issues among Black men.