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Only One Mic Podcast
31 minutes | Aug 2, 2022
Lamor Whitehead lying? Rapunzel tangled in racism and Chuck E. Cheese ignoring black children!
In this episode, we give our detailed analysis of the robbery of the so-called Bishop Lamor Whitehead. Was this a set-up? Or was he in on it? We also discuss the most recent allegations of racism in Disneyland from Rapunzel and at Chuck E. Cheese from Chuck himself!Lamor Whiteheadhttps://youtu.be/KvQhaQlQ4JIhttps://youtu.be/LIGd3tNs6K4https://youtu.be/TiTJnjKLPj4https://youtu.be/npSUDcjBWfoChuck E. Cheesehttps://youtu.be/LSB0n17J_70Racist Rapunzelhttps://youtu.be/N0agbajjp2Y
34 minutes | Jul 27, 2022
Kavon Ward on Bruce’s Beach Historic Return To the Bruce family
In this exclusive interview, Kavon Ward, founder of Justice for Bruce’s Beach and Where Is My Land, returns to discuss the historical return of Bruce’s Beach back to the Bruce Family. She also talks about her personal experience throughout this journey and what is next for her and, Where Is My Land. Kavon Ward’s speech at the transfer of land celebration https://youtu.be/ZQQ2mlhUymsFor more information on Where Is My Land click on the link below.https://whereismyland.org/For more information on the untold history of Bruce’s Beach click on the links below.https://justiceforbrucesbeach.com/https://youtu.be/Xwj-rcFY3DEhttps://youtu.be/zCzCmDHPKqcTransfer of land celebration coverage https://youtu.be/isUIvJfqbvA
51 minutes | Jul 22, 2022
Chappelle Show Canceled, Racist Rosita, Mom Confronts BLM Group
In this episode, we discuss whether the incident at Sesame Place was truly racist or just a misunderstanding. Dave Chappelle's show gets canceled at a Minneapolis venue due to backlash from his previous stand-up. Is cancel culture going too far? And a mom whose home was shot at by Tekel Sundberg confronts a Black Lives Matter Group for marching for him. Was she wrong?
58 minutes | Jul 18, 2022
Film Maker Duncan Sill talks One Paycheck Away
In this episode, Film Director, Producer, and Documentarian Duncan Sill joins us to discuss his latest documentary One Pay Check Away. One Paycheck Away is a character-driven film that chronicles the lives of individuals living paycheck to paycheck. For more information on One PayCheck Away click on the links below.https://www.facebook.com/onepaycheckawaymovie/http://1_paycheckaway/https://instagram.com/onepaycheckawaymovie?igshid=YmMyMTA2M2Y=https://onepaycheckawaymovie.com/author/dsill101/
29 minutes | Jun 30, 2022
R. Kelly Gets 30 Years! Was Justice Served?
In this episode, we discuss the recent sentencing of R. Kelly for Federal Racketeering and Sex Trafficking. Was his sentence fair?
56 minutes | Jun 20, 2022
Breaking the Cycle of Poverty and Welfare Dependency
Racquel Williams- Jones, CEO and President of the nonprofit organization Can I Live, joins us to discuss the welfare system, her experience with it, and why states benefit from keeping people on it. And the business of moving families forward. How her organization works to help people not only escape the welfare system but the mindset that keeps many under it.For more information on Racquel and the brilliant work her organization is doing, check out the links below.Can I Live: https://canilive.org/The WEALTHFair Tour: https://thewealthfairtour.com/ Books: https://thebrillionaire.com/books/Video Testimonial: https://vimeo.com/677918085
55 minutes | Jun 6, 2022
Jason Greer on Amazon's Unionization, Employees taking back the power, and The new generation of entrepreneurs.
In this episode, Employee/LaborRelations and Diversity Management consultant, Jason Greer of Greer Consulting, Inc, joins us. Jason talks about his journey to becoming a Labor Relations expert and how he became known as the employee whisperer. The unionization of Amazon and how it will impact all major corporations. The great resignation; and the new generation of entrepreneurs, We discuss faith, the racism he experienced in his youth, and how it shaped his drive to be successful. For Information on Jason Greer, click the links below.Website-https://hiregci.com Twitter- https://@LaborDiversity
42 minutes | May 23, 2022
Mogul TV Global Network CEO Tameka Chapman
In this episode, we sit down with the CEO of Mogul TV Global, Tameka Chapman. Tamkea talks to us about her beginnings in creating a Global tv network, what separates Mogul TV from the competition, her amazing shows, incredible team, and the juggling act of CEO life and family. https://www.themogulchannel.com/https://www.linkedin.com/company/mogulmediaco/https://twitter.com/MOGULMEDIATV?s=20&t=hRzYH1JKZux1xgubACfxIghttp://@mogultvglobal
61 minutes | May 15, 2022
Young Thug, Gunna, & Members of YSL R.I.C.O Indictments
In this episode, we discuss Young Thug, Gunna, and YSL's RICO indictment. Are the indictments fair in this particular case? Do rappers talk too much about hood politics in their music? Should their lyrics be used against them in court? Do they have freedom of speech? And what can be done as a community to stop the violence?
31 minutes | May 5, 2022
Dave Chappelle Attacked on Stage!
Comedian Dave Chappelle is attacked on stage at the Hollywood Bowl in Los Angeles during the Netflix is a joke festival. Has the infamous "slap heard around the world" spawned copycats rushing the stage of entertainers? Join us for the discussion.
45 minutes | Apr 25, 2022
Adrienne Michel Creator of SafeStops Mobile
In this episode, Adrienne Michel community activist and creator of the SafeStops mobile app joins us. SafeStops allows drivers who are pulled over by the police to present all of their vital driving information (via the app) with minimum police/civilian interaction. Adrienne tells us how she came up with the idea for the app, her process of getting it developed, and her vision for the app’s use.For More on SafeStops click the links below https://www.safestopsglobal.com/safestopsglobalhttps://instagram.com/safestopsglobal?igshid=YmMyMTA2M2Y=https://www.facebook.com/SafeStopsMobile/
60 minutes | Apr 11, 2022
Imani Kaliid on Facing Trauma and his book There Was Violence
Digital Production Professional, Author, President of the INVIA Foundation, and host of the Misconnected Podcast Imani Kaliid join us to talk about There Was Violence. This gritty, memoir-styled journey spans from the mid-1970s through the late 80s in South Los Angeles. Imani speaks on facing his childhood trauma, how it impacted his life, the process of healing, and how he aims to help others through the INVIA foundation.For more information on Imani please click on the links below. Website https://www.therewasviolence.comTwitter http://@therewasviolen1Misconnected Podcasthttps://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/misconnected-with-imani-kaliid/id1449099816Amazon https://www.amazon.com/There-Was-Violence-Transformed-L-ebook/dp/B099Q22NQD/ref=sr_1_1?crid=G6NZA81NR7IO&dchild=1&keywords=there+was+violence+imani+kaliid&qid=1629860839&sprefix=there+was+violence+%2Caps%2C227&sr=8-1
44 minutes | Apr 4, 2022
Zahyia Rolle on the over-sexualization of black women in the music industry
In this episode, we talk to independent recording artist Zahyia Rolle. Zahyia discusses her musical influences, creative process, responsibility as an artist, the lack of female representation in the music industry, and the over-sexualization of black women in music. https://zahyia.com/
45 minutes | Apr 3, 2022
Will Smith (aka The Fresh Prints) needs help!
In this episode, we discuss the slap heard around the world. Was it deserved? or was Will doing too much? And why didn’t Jada try to stop Will from possibly risking his career and freedom?
34 minutes | Mar 28, 2022
Kavon Ward on Justice for Bruce's Beach and Where is My Land
In this episode, Kavon Ward, founder of Justice for Bruce’s Beach and co-founder of Where Is My Land, joins us to discuss her journey to activism, how the Justice for Bruce’s Beach movement started, and her work with Where is My Land. For more information on Where Is My Land click on the link below.https://whereismyland.org/For more information on the untold history of Bruce’s Beach click on the links below.https://justiceforbrucesbeach.com/https://youtu.be/Xwj-rcFY3DEhttps://youtu.be/zCzCmDHPKqc
54 minutes | Feb 28, 2022
Author Kellye Garrett on her latest novel Like A Sister and the racial disparities in the publishing industry
Kellye Garrett is an award-winning, critically acclaimed author, National Board member of Sisters in Crime, and co-founder of Crime Writers of Color. Her novels include Hollywood Homicide, the sequel Hollywood Ending and her latest release Like A Sister. We discussed her writing process, authors that inspire her, writing for Cold Case, why she doesn’t read reviews, the importance of representation for people of color, racism in the publishing world, and why she only writes crime fiction. We also get a preview of her upcoming novel.For more information on Kellye Garrett click on the link below.https://kellyegarrett.com/Kellye’s novels Hollywood Homicide, Hollywood Ending and Like a Sister are available on http://www.Amazon.com
74 minutes | Feb 23, 2022
Brian Flores NFL lawsuit, Black to the Future and why are black people still singing the National Anthem
Brian Flores files suit against the NFL due to their unfair hiring practices. Will the racial disparity of sports of ever change? Past and future collide, as Black History and Black Futures share the same month. Will the Afrofuturism movement teach the next generation to forget the past? Finally in the age of cancel culture why are black entertainers still singing the National Anthem when we know it’s racist history?
63 minutes | Feb 11, 2022
Jim Jones Gucci Store Rant, Joe Rogan's Non-Apology, and Whoopi Goldberg's Suspension.
Jim Jones released a video about being denied service in the Gucci store. In this episode, we ask why African Americans continue to patronize businesses that don't respect us? And how sincere was Joe Rogan's apology about his past racist comments? Was Whoopi Goldberg's suspension from the view justified? How wrong was she? And our thoughts on Ozark season 4 part one.
57 minutes | Feb 5, 2022
Representation in Communities of Color with Maya Ford
In this episode: we are joined by Maya Ford, founder of Fordmomentum! Fordmomentum! is an organization dedicated to building sustainable communications strategies using a mix of data science, cultural inclusion, and creative processes that represent communities of color. Maya stopped by to talk about why our representation in the data world matters, the importance of knowing our value, reframing our standards, and the pillars of STOLO (Standards Of Love). For more on Fordmomentum please visithttps://thefordmomentum.com/
71 minutes | Jan 27, 2022
Lil Mama criticizes Black women! Wack 100 defends Adam22! 2 cops were shot and killed in Harlem.
In this episode, we discuss Lil Mama's criticism of black women oversexualizing themselves on social media Wack 100 defends Adam22 when Doggie Diamonds calls him out for his past. The unfortunate killing of police officers Jason Rivera and Wilbert Mora in Harlem and the worst hip-hop movies ever made.For more on Officers Rivera and Mora click the link belowhttps://www.nytimes.com/2022/01/25/nyregion/wilbert-mora-dead-nypd-shooting.html
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