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72 minutes | Jul 13, 2021
Claire Huxtable 4 Life!
On this brand new episode of Cultivated Ignorance Will and Mike sit down and discuss Bill Cosby aka Heathcliff Huxtable being released from prison and Phylicia Rashad aka Claire Huxtable supporting her man. We also discuss Sha'Carri Richardson's recent suspension. Tune in and share your thoughts.
64 minutes | Jun 29, 2021
Is Juneteenth For Black People Anymore
On this brand new episode of Cultivated Ignorance Will and Mike sit down and discuss America's newest national holiday, Juneteenth, commercializing non-white holidays, Ikea f'n, and more!
58 minutes | Jun 15, 2021
Tantra For Black Men feat. Brion Craig
On this brand new episode of Cultivated Ignorance we sit down with sexologist and certified authentic Tantra practitioner Brion Craig to discuss how we as men can more in touch with our own bodies to connect better with ourselves and our partners. We also talk about how pornography affects the way we perceive sex and how we can unlearn watch porn teaches us. Tune in and leave a comment
46 minutes | Jun 1, 2021
Bad Business by Cultivated Ignorance
56 minutes | May 11, 2021
On this latest episode of Cultivated Ignorance we vented over the current scarcity of quality music, debated why one would ever risk listening to a full length Future album, and discussed why it seems like people have such a hard time finding true Liberation within their own bodies and minds. Tune-in and comment with your thoughts!
97 minutes | Apr 27, 2021
It's Just A Joke
It's Just A Joke by Cultivated Ignorance
80 minutes | Apr 6, 2021
Da Fuck Is A High Value Man
On the lastest episode of Cultivated Ignorance we discuss Marvel’s newest supervillain Kevin Samuels. We attempt to figure out what the hell a “High Value Man” really is, and ask if it’s something women really want and men really wanna be. We’re also talkin’ Derrick Jaxn advanced level cheating techniques, satanic lap dances, angry Christians, and a whole lot mo’. Let us know if you think there is such a thing as a high value man or woman.
55 minutes | Mar 16, 2021
Legend Of The Classic Black Movies
On this brand new episode we reviewed Coming to America 2. We also decided to put our black card on the line and looked back on the movies we consider to be classics in the black community while honestly asking ourselves: Are these films actually GOOD?! Check it out and let us know your thoughts and what movies you think we missed!!
49 minutes | Mar 3, 2021
Mind Your Own Body!
From the abortion bill that recently passed right here in South Carolina to random dudes bashing Lori Harvey for her latest dating spree, do too many men have a problem with women simply doing what they want with their bodies, or is it deeper than that?
81 minutes | Feb 9, 2021
It Be Ya Own Mans
On this brand new episode of Cultivated Ignorance we chop it up with producer, writer, director, and actor @andrewgajadhar over the new film Judas and The Black Messiah and discussing what has become of the modern black revolutionary, and if a true revolution can (or should) ever take place at this point in time. Don't forget to like, share, and subscribe.
67 minutes | Jan 26, 2021
Know Your Role
On this brand new episode of Cultivated Ignorance we give our thoughts on how we felt after watching the inauguration. We speculate what structural change for black folk may actually look like under Biden's administration. We also break down if we think gender roles currently provide healthy foundations for our relationships. How do you feel about the future under this new presidential administration and how you handle gender roles in your life and relationships? Let us know and don't forget to like, share, and subscribe.
54 minutes | Jan 12, 2021
The Souls Of Black Folk
On the latest episode Cultivated Ignorance we discuss the polarizing response to Pixar’s Soul and the universal praise for movies like Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom in the film industry’s portrayal of black characters fighting for success while simply trying to live a fulfilling life. We also talk about the "individuals" who stormed that capitol. Tune in and let us know what you thought of Disney's Soul and Ma Rainey's Bottom.
82 minutes | Dec 29, 2020
2020 WRAP UP SHOW
Welcome to our Year End Wrap-Up show featuring Ben Anderson of Black is the New Black. We share our favorite black moments of 2020, best and worst albums/tv shows, general thoughts on what 2021 might be like, and a whole lot mo'. Tune and let us know what your favorite black moments, albums, and whatever else you can think of that enjoyed in this poop year!!!
70 minutes | Dec 15, 2020
Da Art Of Storytellin'
Cultivated Ignorance is back like we neva left. This weeks episode features filmmaker extraordinaire @iamalexanderking and star of the film @eyeamcolelawson!!! We'll be discussing their amazing new short film @seventheshort along with the importance and impact of black queer storytelling in our artistic communities.
51 minutes | Nov 17, 2020
What The Dems Gon Do
On the latest episode of Cultivated Ignorance we discuss that with the black vote being the key to Biden's recent victory what we expect him and other Democrats to do to uplift black communities going forward. How do we hold them accountable for their actions in the first 100 days of this new administration? We also question why millennials are swaying away from traditional beliefs, and share what we've managed to be thankful for in this dumpster fire of a year
43 minutes | Nov 3, 2020
The Mask Of Masculinity
In this latest episode of Cultivated Ignorance we discuss what it’s like for a woman you love to purposely attempt to demean you by using societal views of what defines masculinity AGAINST you😩 Also, we take a honest look at how a lot of liberals promote “cancel culture” and ask ourselves if they’re truly as progressive as they claim to be.
70 minutes | Oct 20, 2020
Pandering Politics feat. Cici Battle
Election Day is right around the corner Beautiful People! Is it just us, or are the pandering tactics of these politicians reaching an all-time high? 😂😂 In this episode we are joined by the lovely and super insightful Cici Battle as we try to make sense of it all while discussing creative ways we can get more of our generation to learn how these governmental systems work, as well as how to infiltrate them for our own good! Tune-in and give us your thoughts! Also, we implore you to check out the links to Young People For's Civics Training series where Cici and others do an AMAZING job of breaking down government in a way that's easy to learn and understand. Check out all the links right here on her landing page: https://linktr.ee/Cicibattle
67 minutes | Sep 23, 2020
Defining Black Liberation
With incredibly wealthy black creatives like Joe Budden speaking out on how they still feel grossly undervalued and disrespected by huge media corporations like Spotify even with the mass success they have attained, will black artists ever see true liberation within the current system, or is it time we divest from it entirely and focus on building our own? On this brand new episode we discuss how the whole @joebudden vs. @cthagod debate has lifted this conversation to a new level and a whooooole lot mo', tune-in and give us your thoughts!!!
88 minutes | Sep 8, 2020
Defying The Male Gaze feat. Shadae McCallum
This week on a brand new episode of Cultivated Ignorance we discuss if "The Male Gaze" still has a profoundly damaging effect on women of color in the beauty industry and society in general, or have women now empowered themselves in a way that no longer deems it necessary to ask men's "permission" on how they should present themselves on large public platforms? This week we are honored to have the ultra lovely @shadaenotadu on deck to discuss this DOPE topic. We are also joined by award winning filmmaker, writer, director, and owner of Fanatik Productions LLC @dr_fanatikpro to take a deep dive into the super wild new show @lovecrafthbo, and a helluva lot mo'! Tune-in and let us know your thoughts.
60 minutes | Aug 11, 2020
Blaque Is Kang!
On this brand new episode of Cultivated Ignorance we give our hot take on the criticisms Beyonce's Black is King has been receiving from well-known activists like Noname, and do a deep dive into how our society often-times mishandles catering to people dealing with true mental illness and depression. It was a hilarious and thought-provoking good time as per usual,
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