This week on the Stay Talking Ish podcast we speak on how we treat our college graduates in the African American community. We discuss the expectations that we put on our youth and the the amount of support necessary for them too succeed. We also speak on how relationships can change once levels of education differ. Please make sure to comment and/or subscribe.
This week on the Stay Talking Ish podcast we discuss the tragedy in Charlottesville, VA. We touch on the various white supremacists groups that attended the rally the President’s reaction to the incident. We also comment on the role and responsibilities of the black community during these tense times. Feel free to comment and subscribe.
This week on the Stay Talking Ish podcast we talk about one of our favorite shows, Game of Thrones. We take a look at what’s been going on since the beginning of Season 7. Gus expresses his love for Arya Stark and Barxdale seems quite impressed with Drogon’s killing style. We also give our predictions for the rest of Season 7 and Season 8. Please comment and subscribe.
This week we discuss a topic that has been in the news lately, STDs. We touch on the allegations that Usher has been knowingly infecting partners with herpes. We take a look at other celebrities that have been accused of spreading diseases. We also speak on the need for everyone to practice safe sex. Please comment and/or subscribe.
This week we started off discussing TK’s Instagram post that stated,”Good pu$$y will make a man violent.” Barxdale definitely didn’t agree with that statement. Fortunately or unfortunately(depends how you see it), the episode went a little left after the first ten minutes. In the midst of the foolishness TK gave us insight on what these weirdos do inside her DMs and sometimes in real life. Make sure to subscribe and comment.
This week on the Stay Talking Ish podcast we share an interview we did with the daughter of Maggie Bozeman.
In 1979, Pickens County(Alabama) officials accused Maggie Bozeman and her longtime friend Julia Wilder of casting absenteeballots for 39 senior residents without their permission. All-white state-court juries convicted both black women of vote fraud. Bozeman and Wilder denied any wrongdoing, and the convictions sparked national outrage.
When the two were jailed in 1982, civil rights activists organized a procession from Montgomery to the Pickens county courthouse of Carrollton. Bozeman and Wilder spent fifteen days in prison and ten months in a work-release center before being paroled. the combination of pressure from protesters and the Southern Christian Leadership Conference, also as media coverage, brought attention to the case—and, ultimately, a federal choose threw out the cases against both.
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