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Episode 100 – The Final Show
Merry Christmas from the Poet & the Professor. Our gift to you is episode 100, the final show. Yes, The Po & The Pro podcast journey is complete. To commemorate our final recording, we recall some of our fondest moments in the show’s history. To re-experience our favorite shows and all of the best Poet and Professor moments, visit our website @www.thepoandthepro.com. What an enjoyable run it’s been, we are grateful for your listenership, feedback and support. What's next for the Po and the Pro? The pursuit of excellence of course...stay tuned
The Answer & Dr. Pepper (feat. Elias Miranda)
This week we welcome film/media producer and entrepreneur, Elias Miranda to the show. Elias shares launching his career at Reebok, working with the likes of Allen Iverson and Swizz Beats plus what it's like eating breakfast with fashion moguls and lounging in the mansions of P. Diddy and Rick Ross.
Episode 98 – Pregnant in ‘Piz Cana’ (with Naly)
This week our guest, Naly, shares her experience growing up in a Cape Verdean household, becoming a teen mom and how she persevered. This show is littered with Naly's resolve as well as Jeff's impersonation of Creole. Enjoy.
Episode 97 – The Nazis Had A Point/Mucus Plugs
This week we talk about gender roles, biology, and the Professor provides an impromptu lesson on the female reproductive system. How could you miss this?
Episode 96 – Performing Normalcy (feat. Quentin Lucas)
This week former guest Quentin Lucas returns. Q shares a deeply personal, horrific account of his experience with molestation by a prominent, local church leader and the subsequent betrayal/inaction from the surrounding community. It's a story of trauma, tragedy, courage, and conviction. Predators are real. Protect our children.
Episode 95 – Losing A Child (with Jasmine Webb)
This week Jasmine Webb joins the show to talk about thirst-trapping and self-awareness. Our guest also shares her personal story of losing a child as a teen mother and how she moved through healing.