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Hip Politics Podcast
39 minutes | Jul 14, 2020
Epi. 52 - "I Champion Black Women" w/ Alencia Johnson founder of 1063 West Broad
This week’s guest has been named to EBONY Magazine’s “Power 100” list of influential African Americans and PRWeek’s “40 Under 40” list, Alencia Johnson sits at the intersection of social justice and culture change. She is a social impact, brand engagement and communications strategist that recently served as the National Director of Public Engagement for Senator Elizabeth Warren’s presidential campaign. Alencia talked with Hip-Politics about her journey and how she has become one of the nation’s leading voices and champions for Black women. Alencia also discusses her latest venture, the founding of 1063 West Broad, a social impact agency specializing in the intersection of culture, impact and purpose. Be sure to subscribe to the Hip-Politics Podcast and leave a comment on how you felt about this episode.
43 minutes | Jul 5, 2020
Hip-Politics presents: The Connex - July 4th Quarantine Edition
Tune in every week to The Connex Podcast featuring hilarious comedian Dwain Watts, culture commentator Kirs and Congressional insider KP. They tackle the top news in the world of Hip-Hop and Politics, review the latest songs and point out the biggest WTF? moments of the week.
90 minutes | Jun 25, 2020
Violent Protest As American As Apple Pie - Episode 51
“The 1st language of America has always been violence.” Charles Coleman - National civil rights attorney & Founder Black Superhero Project / Black Brilliance 360 @Cfc40Official joined the @HipPoliticsPodcast and spoke on the history of protests in this country and why progress has always come through some sort of conflict or violent demonstrations. Hear the full podcast episode under “Hip-Politics” on all podcast platforms. Full video debuts Friday 6/26 https://youtu.be/Plf5v52Yo6E
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