PHILADELPHIA (JSC) — What’s Happening People! The Cause Speeds on Its Way and it’s been a minute since I’ve dropped a “.5” on you, but this was too good to get crammed into one show.
Initially, I had planned on this being the bulk of Ep. 61, but, because of #Lions, there was no way that I could give this interview its proper justice by having it tied to Jim Caldwell. Ep. 61.5 needed to stand on its own.
This week, we welcome JSC Contributor Jazmine Duke back to the show. She made a very notable appearance on the show a year ago and this time she’s back with her father, Aaron, with whom she co-wrote a book called I’m Black and I Have A Dad. She has also previously written on this site on Father’s Day last year, telling a story about how her dad legit saved her life.
Aaron Duke, is more than Jazmine’s dad. He’s a retired U.S. Marine, a self-made man, and after listening to this show, you will see where Jaz gets it from in terms of their raw and outspoken nature. The interview is nearly an hour long and if you’re one of those people who pucker up at the talk of racism and sexism…then you need to grow up and put on your big boy pants because it’s gonna get woke in here.
Coming up on Episode No. 61.5 of JSC Radio:
- Jazmine and her Dad recount life in Minnesota including chopping wood and laying sheet rock.
- How did an old school Black Marine raise a Feminist?
- How the fight for gender equality and racial equality go hand in hand.
- On the advice he gave Jazmine as a young girl.
- Despite their really tight bond, they don’t agree on everything.
- What it was like being the product of an interracial relationship.
- How did they manage to bridge the generational gap?
Shouts out to Doc Illingsworth for dropping a ton of beats on me. Support him and buy his merch at His Website and get all his music on Bandcamp.
Also, wanna shout out the homie Ossim Jones, recommended by the Good Doctor himself. Be sure to hit up his page on Soundcloud to check out what he’s bringing.
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Until Next Time, That’s The Way It Is. Tuesday, January 9, 2018.
Take Care, God Bless, Always Dare to Be Different, and (especially today) G.O.M.A.B. Σ