After weeks of high profile men being exposed as scumbags who harass and sexually assault women, often out in the open due to cultures of fear and enabling. Now, we get real about what men need to do to be better.
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The People’s Podcast returns w/Ep. 41 and it’s hitting on all things NBA Finals. Plus, a follow up to Ep. 40
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♠ What Happens When A “Dark-Skinned Male” isn’t… ♠ “Good judgment comes from experience, and a lot of that comes from bad judgment.” — Will Rogers DETROIT (JSC) — Greetings & salutations, people. After what has been honestly one of the more insane news…
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In the wake of all the belly-aching and gum-bumping by black women about how wrong Nightline was to dare suggest that there’s something wrong with Black Women being the lowest percentage of married chicks, I am here to point the mirror at the problem…and it’s not at me.
Part II of the JSC Throwback from 2008 airs out the biggest offenders in the slow demise of radio. Punches are not pulled.