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Politics OR Politiking
89 minutes | Jun 11, 2021
State & Local 101
Welcome Back!!! This is the first episode of season three (3) of POP. This episode emphasizes, yet again, that ALL politics are local. We are joined by, Dr. Tammy Greer, disguised professor of Political Science to discuss State & Local Politics of Georgia and Black Politics, in addition to providing context behind which Atlanta is falsely regarded as being the "Black Mecca" of the south. She also highlights the importance and affects of municipal elected officials on every day life. Because of the impact elected officials have on everyday life, as well as democracy being a DO, it is important to mention that the city of Atlanta has municipal elections upcoming in November 2021. Be certain to check your voting status at www.sos.ga.gov and be prepared to vote. *** WE DO NOT OWN THE RIGHTS TO THIS MUSIC**
86 minutes | Mar 9, 2021
An Exploration of the Evolution of Black organizations
Mr. Barton Taylor joins us on this episode to discuss the evolution and effectiveness of Black Organizations. Join us as we discuss, what most in our communities want to know- What has black organizations done for the black community? In addition we discuss common expectations of these organizations from the black community, generally speaking. Lastly we discuss future expectations and recommendations going forward.
64 minutes | Dec 30, 2020
Georgia On My Mind
With 6 days left in the runoff election cycle, ALL EYES ARE ON GEORGIA! This episode features Distinguished Professor of Political Science, Dr. William Boone. Dr. Boone discusses the history of southern politics and the nuisances about Georgia state and local politics. He offers robust analysis on minority voting patterns and have far reaching implications. He contextualizes Atlanta’s past and present political climate and makes predictions on the future of Georgia state politics. Listen as Dr. Boone unpacks it all with us; give us your feedback and reach out if you all have any questions.
127 minutes | Nov 6, 2020
The Relevance of Political Science Through a Pan-African Lens
PAN-AFRICANISM, the liberation of ALL black people. Dr. Kurt B. Young, joins us as we unpack political science, and more so, political science through a Pan-African lens. We begin our discussion by providing some context to political science and the dearth of political scientist in political spaces. While providing context, Dr. Young notes that political science does not necessarily study politics. He states that political science is "a scientific study of Political Phenomenon". Additionally, he explains the reservations that media outlets have to include political scientist in the political discourse, because a well trained political scientist asks the critical questions. We then transition to unpacking the relevancy of Pan-Africanism historically and contemporary. We are all grappling with the current social and political issues here in the U.S., but these issues are not unique to us in the diaspora... our brothers and sisters on the continent are also facing similar issues. We are challenged with pushing ourselves to keep fighting for the "true" liberation of all people of African decent. www.kbyoung.com
103 minutes | Aug 31, 2020
A Conversation on Politics, Public Policy, and Administrative Discretion (Part 1)
After a much needed break, we are back with an introductory discussion about the nexus between public administration and political science. In this episode we lay the foundation, and offer context to a two-part discussion. Dr. Ron Finnell, clearly defines Public Administration and draws connections between public policy and administrative discretion. This episode also covers the relevancy of qualified immunity and organizational culture when examining policing matters. We will dig deeper in the following episode and hone in on the close relationship between Public Administration and Political Science. Stay tuned for part 2.
58 minutes | Jun 24, 2020
Politiking with Politiscope
Co-Founder, Jackson White, joins us to discuss his platform Politiscope. Politiscope is a "platform that makes tapping into politics easy", says White. He also discusses the inspiration behind Politiscope, its growth and development over the past three years, and the interconnectedness of politics and entrepreneurship. ** We do not own the rights to the music played during this podcast.
100 minutes | Jun 12, 2020
The False Dichotomy of Human & Civil Rights
In this episode, Dr. Keith Jennings, a democracy developer and human rights practitioner offers his insight and definition on human rights. He explains that human rights is an umbrella that encompasses civil, political, economic, cultural, and social rights. He also explains how people misinterpret human and civil rights as being independent of one another. Furthermore, Dr. Jennings, gives a historical, yet chronological explanation of a series of movements throughout the U.S. and its influences on a global platform. Contact for Dr. Jennings: @drKeithJennings on Twitter Disclaimer *** We do not own the rights to the music played during this podcast. Also, overlook the phones ringing... just pay attention to the gems being dropped
100 minutes | Jun 6, 2020
Reflections on Black Social Justice Movements
We reflect on mass protest from the late 20th century to the present day social Justice movements in the 21st century. We are joined by Professor and colleague, Jarrod K. Grant to discuss the 1992 Rodney King rebellion, to the current Black Lives Matter social justice movement. Professor Grant offers historical context to movements that have swept throughout the nation and reflects on these moments as a Black Male Scholar. #OfficialBlackManLab www.Letusmakeman.net ** We Do Not Own the Rights to these Song.
117 minutes | May 29, 2020
The Intersection Between Evolutionary Biology, Pandemics, and Politics
This episode, we invited a special guest to bring an interdisciplinary approach to how we look at the pandemic and its outcomes. Natural science research has become somewhat political and as scholars and practitioners of our respective disciplines, it's important that we include numerous perspectives on various topics. Thus, we have invited a Ph.D. student of Evolutionary Biology to offer insight on COVID, Viruses, and Vaccinations from his field of study.
80 minutes | Apr 25, 2020
"Siping and Politiking"
How y’all holding up? We have been quarantined for about 6 weeks now and we know many of you all are dealing with cabin fever... like us. In addition to being locked down we are constantly being bombarded with bad news. Consequently, we decided to lighten the mood by having more of a personal conversation on how this virus is affecting us and those around us, politically and socially. This episode highlights few politics BUT were are mostly politikin!!
100 minutes | Apr 3, 2020
Coronavirus (COVID19) Pandemic Update
ATTENTION: listeners, please be advised that due to COVID19 social guidelines this podcast does not reflect our usual quality. The technical quality of this recording reflects the real time experiences we all are going through in this moment in history. As a result, you may hear feedback and extraneous commentary. We appreciate your continued support during this challenging time. Originally Recorded 03.29.2020 Disclaimers: 1. We are not medical professionals. The information we are reporting comes from the CDC, WHO, professional health organizations and other reliable NEWS outlets. 2. This is an evolving situation, meaning its constantly changing. Therefore, the information we are providing is an analysis comprised of information that has been reported up until now. PLEASE NOTE: new information is reported daily concerning the virus. Therefore be sure to read and/or watch reports daily.
56 minutes | Feb 18, 2020
This episode will discuss the importance of Civic Engagement and the implications that come with the lack of political participation.
11 minutes | Jan 24, 2020
PorP Intro. 2.0
Per our last introduction... This podcast is intended to attract the millennial and those alike. Please be advised, that ebonics is a language so often recognized by scholars. The use of such language will be displayed throughout this podcast... listening will be at your discretion. Twiter: @_politiking Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Instagram: Soon Come
19 minutes | Jan 21, 2020
Politics and Politiking Introduction
Introduction to Politics OR Politiking from Jayme and Sabah! Welcome Y'all!!
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