11 episodes

Podcast by The Daily Bongo

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    • Society & Culture

Podcast by The Daily Bongo

    Dare To Rebel (Black is King, Kamala Harris, and African spirituality)

    Dare To Rebel (Black is King, Kamala Harris, and African spirituality)

    In this episode my cousin and I chop it up bout Black Is King, African spirituality, Kamala Harris, and much more!

    • 1 hr 8 min
    Free Game with C.LEE

    Free Game with C.LEE

    In this episode, my cohost Charity and I sit down with media personality C.Lee to discuss his brand, his work with Thizzler, mental health in the Black community, Black Lives Matter protest, and everything else under the sun. Tune in!

    Side note: In this episode I made a reference to The Wire where I referred to D'Angelo Barksdale as Avons Barksdale son when that was actually his nephew on the show. My bad y'all. The Wire is my favorite show and I cant be making those kind of mistakes. But yea, check out this great episode.

    • 1 hr 5 min
    Episode #9 Afrobeats with Ajala

    Episode #9 Afrobeats with Ajala

    In this episode I sit down with Afrobeats artist Ajala to discuss his music, the importance of having a hustle mentality, Black Lives Matter, and much more!

    • 51 min
    Episode #8 Black at Netflix with Rusulenni

    Episode #8 Black at Netflix with Rusulenni

    In this episode I sit down with Rusulenni, the Black at Netflix ERG (Employee Resource Group) leader to discuss her role at Netflix, the black tech scene in the Bay Area, Love is Blind, and much more. Tune in!

    • 43 min
    Who Killed Malcom X? (Two Pekins In a Pod)

    Who Killed Malcom X? (Two Pekins In a Pod)

    On another edition of Two Pekins In a Pod, we discuss the Who Killed Malcolm X documentary, Aaron Hernandez, Pop Smoke, and much more!

    • 1 hr 14 min
    African Chronicles with Adventurous Kam

    African Chronicles with Adventurous Kam

    In this episode I sat down with Kamilah, a visual storyteller who has been documenting and exploring the African continent. We discussed her work with Roland Martin, her HBCU experience, the work she's been doing in Africa, and much more!

    • 48 min

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